5 folders, several with sub-folders with digital photos of (International) Mandela Day activities and events; also covering the Mandela Day social dialogue on mental health stigma. One folder contains 24 sub-folders (mainly low resolution files) and the other 4 folders together have 556 photos.
Selection of photos taken in former US President Bill Clinton's private office during the benefit he organised for the Nelson Mandela Foundation to honour the lasting legacy of Nelson Mandela. With, among others, Tokyo Sexwale and Achmat Dangor.
54 digital photos of, mainly, Clive Maluke and Diketso Mufamadi. Also Tegobo Mahlomoja of Praxis IT Support and Molly Loate and Yase Godlo are featured. They are taken in the permanent exhibition space. Also some photos of the space itself and one photo of the building.
Photos of the launch of the programme and HIV/Aids focus group meetings with Traditional Leaders in the Eastern Cape, Limpopo and North West Provinces in South Africa during 2002 and 2003, as well as at the NMF. A training workshop for the co-ordinators is also included. A=Traditional Leaders: Eastern Cape (22 Oct 2002), Limpopo 2 - North West: 2002, NMF B=NMF launch programme, 25 July 2003 C=Training Coordinators
The series consists of 379 photographs taken on 16 April 2007 in Mvezo, South Africa, of Mandla’s installation as Chief, with Mandla Mandela, members of the family, the ceremony where he was inducted, friends and dignitaries. Included are photographs of the landscape and the surroundings around Mvezo.
The series consists of 31 photographs with Madiba and great-grandson Ziyanda Manaway taken on 10 September 2009 for the launch of the children's version of Nelson Mandela's autobiography, Long Walk to Freedom.
17 digital photos of the Legacy Dialogue about the relationship between Nelson Mandela and FIdel Castro, held at the Z.K.Matthews Great Hall at UNISA. With UNISA Vice-Chancellor Professor Mandla Makhanya, Cuban Ambassador Carlos Fernandes de Cossio, Barbara Masekela, Estela Bravo
A set of 10 CDs comprising of audio, interviews, transcripts, photographs from the Madiba Way - a project of the NMF Dialogue Programme focusing on developing a dialogue methodology for the Nelson Mandela Foundation.
Video recording of Nelson Mandela celebrating his 87th birthday in Mvezo, his birthplace. He is met by the chief of Mvezo and some community members. The children are asked what standard they are in school, some community members inform him about their participation in the struggle for liberation. Community members and the children sing happy birthday for him and he leaves.
Nelson Mandela meeting South African athletes who won medals at the World Athletics Championships in Berlin, Mbulaeni Mulaudzi, Caster Semenya, and Khotso Mokoena, in his office in Houghton Welcome by NMF staff, meeting Nelson Mandela with group and one on one photos.
The item consists of a video recording of Nelson Mandela receiving a copy of the book "Conversations with Myself" from his daughter Zindzi Mandela and struggle stalwart Ahmed Kathrada. It includes footage of Zindzi visiting the archive repository and viewing some of the original archival documents with Verne Harris, Head of the Centre of Memory.
Nelson Mandela Living the Legacy: mini documentary made from shots on pass laws, defiance campaign, migrant labour, first democratic elections, inauguration, Tutu, Princess Diana, President of South Africa, retirement of Nelson Mandela
Birthday celebration at home: arrival of family and guests, the cake, present (MK painting Mandela), ANC ministers and members, group photos, speeches. Also other dignitaries, e.g. Kenneth Kaunda, and several NMF staff.
Compilation of extracts from two speeches dated 21 September 2004 and 25 July 2007 where Mandela speaks about archives and memory. The compilation was made for the 2011 9th Annual Nelson Mandela Lecture where the Nelson Mandela Centre of Memory was introduced.
Interviews by Mike Nicol of Mandela's warders, Johan Pace, Christo Brand, Jack Swart, and Gloria Gregory, widow of James Gregory, in preparation of the essay, "Nelson Mandela’s Warders" commissioned by the Nelson Mandela Foundation in 2011. The interviews cover the period 1968-1990.
The following events are recorded: • Rica Hodgson's book "Foot Soldier for Freedom" (3.1.12; 4 images - Picador Africa, publisher) • Judge Thumba Pillay Donation to the Archive (3.3.8; 6 images photographed by Flow) • Heritage Day donation by the NMF (126.96.36.199.2; 128 images photographed by Flow) • St. John's Prep School donation (188.8.131.52; 3 images photographed by Flow)
Several files with raw footage of the launch of the book. Featuring, besides Mandela: Jakes Gerwel, Ahmed Kathrada, Trevor Manuel, and Thabo Mbeki. Shots of the audience and people buying the book and enjoying the catering.
This item consists of a speech by Nelson Mandela in which he states that he is retiring from retirement and that people should not call him but he will call them. The speech was made in Johannesburg at the Nelson Mandela Foundation Offices.
This series consists of an animated life story of Nelson Mandela in four parts. The series is based on the comic book produced by the Nelson Mandela Foundation entitled, Nelson Mandela: The Authorised Comic Book.
Researched photos and footage as well as final product: the Mandela Day 2011 virtual exhibition, “Twinkle Twinkle, Little Star”, featuring a slideshow of images of Mr Mandela with children dating from the early 1950s to July 2010, including a selection of his quotes. Complementing the slide show is a video montage of Reuters footage showing Mr Mandela interacting with small children. CD 0157A and B: Selection of Louise Gubbs’s images for the virtual exhibition in 3 formats DVD 0157 C and D: Final slide show of the exhibition and the edited Reuters footage
281 Digital photos of the Unveiling of the statue at Nelson Mandela Square in Sandton, Johannesburg, with, among others, MC Basetsana Kumalo, Ndileka Mandela, Zindzi Mandela, Amina Cachlia, John Samuel, Miss Teen SA 2003, a school choir, Mac Maharaj, Ahmed Kathrada, Gary Vipond (manger of the Square), and granddaughter Dorothy Mandela.
Visit of the Indian High Commissioner to the NMF. A Legacy Champion certificate was handed over to the Indian High Commissioner, Mr Virendra Gupta, and Acting Consul General, Mr Nandan Bhaisora, in recognition of the Government of India’s contribution to the Nelson Mandela Centre of Memory.