I'm completely rewriting this question to hopefully make it more clear.
First claim (this is from guardianlv.com):
Now that it has been officially announced that Nelson Mandela has passed away, our position on the matter has not changed in any way. Inevitably, his passing had to be revealed. Many of our South African readers have believed us from the start; those that have criticized us have presented not one shred of evidence that we were wrong. The idea that we are proven wrong because the official announcement comes only now is absurd.
Nelson Mandela is now officially dead – but he was already dead. Nothing has transpired between our initial June 26 reports and the present time to prove otherwise.
Note: present time refers to December 6, 2013.
So the first claim is the two bolded quotes. Is there any evidence that Nelson Mandela was alive between June 26 and December 5?
The second claim is in the next quote from the same article:
During a Mandela family legal battle, documents emerged which stated that doctors had advised the family to turn off Mandela’s life support as he was brain-dead. At a later point, Zuma made a statement denying this, but we noted carefully that, while other news organizations were reporting that the doctors themselves had retracted their claims that Mandela was brain-dead, no such retraction had been made; Zuma himself claimed that the doctors had retracted this assertion.
So the second claim is that Mandela's doctors said he was brain dead, and the doctors did not retcact that. Did the doctors say that, and did they retract it?