South Africans have been warned not to attempt to go to see Nelson Mandela's body in the capital, Pretoria, unless they are already in the queue. The anti-apartheid leader's body is lying in state at the Union Buildings, where he was sworn in as South Africa's first black president in 1994. Tens of thousands have been flocking to the venue to pay their respects. Mr. Mandela will be buried at his ancestral home in Qunu on Sunday. He died on 5 December aged 95. Friday is the last of three days for people to file past the body in Pretoria after which it will be flown to the rural area of the Eastern Cape where he grew up.