A feud within Nelson Mandela’s family raged even as the peace icon lay in state, with members arguing over access to his rural homestead, a report said on Tuesday. The Times daily reported that family members had “pushed out” Mandla Mandela, the statesman’s oldest grandson and heir to his clan title, from the family home in the village of Qunu in the Eastern Cape province where the anti-apartheid hero was laid to rest on Sunday. changed at the Mandela house shortly after his eldest daughter, Makaziwe, arrived there on Thursday — a week after her father’s death and three days before his funeral. Water and electricity were disconnected on the eve of Mandela’s state burial in Qunu at the end of a 10-day official mourning period followed by millions around the world. “The occupants, including Mandla, had no water when they awoke on Sunday,” the paper said.