As former South Africa President Nelson Mandela entered his seventh day of hospitalization for a reported lung, questions have abounded on exactly where he is receiving treatment.
According to reports, as of early Friday, government officials were avoiding questions. However, earlier in the week, the nation's defense minister told reporters that Mandela was being treated at 1 Military Hospital near the capital, Pretoria.
After local media reported Mandela,94, wasn't there on Thursday night, a presidential spokesman refused to say where Mandela is being treated, a report stated.
Mandela, who is widely revered for his leadership in the struggle against racist white rule in South Africa, served one five-year term as president before retiring from public life.
Source: ABC News