Johannesburg (AP) – Beyoncé and other international stars have gathered for a charity concert honoring Nelson Mandela after a birthday in South Africa.
Farrell Williams, Trevor Noah and Oprah Winfrey were the heads of the global civilian festival: Mandela 100. Model Naomi Campbell and singer Bob Gellof, who hosted Live Aid concerts for Africa, were also attending Sunday at the FNB Stadium in Johannesburg.
Global citizen, a lawyer group, campaigns to end extreme poverty and other reasons. It says that many people won tickets on concerts Sunday through charity work and petition-signing.
South Africa's media said that a concert worker died on Saturday at the stadium.
World leaders gathered in the stadium for the 2013 monument, after Mandela, anti-national anti-leader and South Africa's first black president died.