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against smart new flats that testify to Africa's new growth that has left many behind.

Mandela, who died aged 95 on Thursday, delivered what many thought impossible after his release from prison in 1990 by building a democracy where both white and black had the vote.

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all were. And Africa is all the better because of that."

many want a new Mandela to heal wealth divide

"We have to get a person who is not after his own riches, a common man. The poor are marginalised," he said echoing the sentiments of Africans long used to the politics of "Big Men" who have lived in luxury as their citizens scrabble to eat.

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Growth rates of 6, 7 or 8 percent are common, giving Africa its best chance ever to start dragging its citizens out of poverty. A commodities boom has helped, but so has the growing number of middle class consumers.

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The leaders of Equatorial Guinea, Angola, Zimbabwe and Cameroon have all been in power three decades or longer. Another half a dozen or so such as those in Uganda, Sudan, Chad, Burkina Faso and Eritrea have held office for about 20 years or more. Others, including the leaders of the Democratic Flyknit Air Force 1 Multicolor Republic of Congo, Gabon and Black Air Force Ones White Swoosh

Africa has changed dramatically in the almost quarter of a century since Mandela left his prison cell, becoming an icon for a continent that had for decades only seemed to hit headlines because of war, famine and corruption.

That wealth gap in South Africa, the biggest economy in Sub Saharan Africa, remains stark today. For some on the continent, it is a blot on Mandela's legacy.

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Across Sub Saharan Africa, several presidents have clung to office for years by amending constitutions or rigging ballots, often after promising to change the old order.

"It is no coincidence that in the years since Mandela's release so much of Africa has turned toward democracy and the rule of law," Ghana's President John Dramani Mahama wrote in an article in the New York Times.

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"What pains me is that Africans have not learned anything from Nelson Mandela's struggle. For example, look at our leaders. They look at power as something they should not relinquish but pass on to their kin," said Moussa Diabate, a driver in the Ivory Coast.

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But he was stung by some critics who said the deal which gave majority blacks the biggest say in politics left minority whites in charge of the economy and big business.

(Additional reporting by Pete Jones in Kinshasa, Alain Amontchi in Abidjan, Elias Biryabarema in Uganda and Hezron Ochiel in Kisumu, Kenya; Writing by Edmund Blair; Editing by Peter Graff)

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"He allowed whites to remain in control of the economy and that will forever maintain the huge economic difference that we see between blacks and whites in South Africa. I think he should have done much more in uplifting blacks economically," he said.

By Edmund Blair and Drazen Jorgic

"We are in trouble in Africa. We have been left without leadership," said Catherine Ochieng, 32, a teacher in Kenya's western city of Kisumu. "No one will fit Mandela's shoes. Dictators who are power hungry will kill Africa's dream."

Those still make front page news, but so too does the "Africa Rising" narrative, a story of a continent that now boasts growth that industrialised nations and even some other emerging markets view with envy.

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"If I can think of one area where Mandela did not impress me so much was failing to help black people to a good level (of living)," said Joel Tugume, 28, who runs an internet caf in the Ugandan capital Kampala.

"We need the next Mandela to fight for the poor," said Thomas Kozzih, 30, a community worker in Nairobi's Kibera slum an expanse of metal shacks butting up Air Force Sneakers Price South Africa

"Without Mandela, would Africa be experiencing its best decade of growth and poverty reduction?" Bono, singer for the rock group U2 who has campaigned to help Africa's poor, wrote in an article for Time.

"The example of South Africa inspired us and we ask other African leaders to follow his example to allow us to advance even further," said Dark Tshibanda, an accountant in the Democratic Republic of Congo, which has suffered from war, rebellions and decades of the epic misrule of the quintessential big man, Mobutu Sese Seko.

There are also more democracies than at any time in Africa's history. Yet many leaders still do not follow the example of Mandela, who promised to serve one term in office and did just that. Winning the presidency in 1994, he stood down in 1999.

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NAIROBI, Dec 6 (Reuters) Mourning the loss of a man who bridged South Africa's racial divide, many Africans hope their leaders today will be inspired by Nelson Mandela to heal another rift widening dangerously across the continent: the wealth gap.

Tributes from African leaders themselves said Mandela's influence had helped change the rules on the continent.

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His country was plunged into a brief conflict in 2011 when former President Laurent Gbagbo refused to cede power after an election he lost to a rival.

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