Afrapix was a documentary photographers' collective established by a small group of black and white photographers and political activists in 1982. It played a seminal role in the development of a socially informed school of documentary photography in apartheid South Africa. The group produced some of the most compelling photographic statements on apartheid and the popular uprising in the 1980s.Some nine photographers are represented in this small collection.
Amy Kleinhans, Miss South Africa in 1992, hands-over her birthday gift to Nelson Mandela. Lorna Doone (artist), Amy's husband and children also feature. Bad quality prints. Taken out of album for preservation.
Handover of Antiretroviral Therapy (ART) Delivery by the Nelson Mandela Foundation (NMF) in partnership with the Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), an international and independent medical humanitarian organisation.
Records created and accumulated during the course of Nelson Mandela’s role as Facilitator of the Burundi Peace Process. Most of the papers are typewritten, although there are a few notes handwritten by Mr. Mandela. The creator of the collection is possibly Zelda La Grange.
Series of conversations launched by the Nelson Mandela Foundation focussinged on the creation of social cohesion in communities where xenophobic violence is a problem. The conversations were facilitated by Bea Abrahams and Ken Mutuma.
The Nelson Mandela Foundation hosting a two-day seminar to wrap up their two-year-long social cohesion programme. The seminar was an opportunity for the stakeholders to discuss the outcomes and the lessons learnt form the pilot programme.
Schools opened by the Nelson Mandela Institute for Education and Rural Development (NMIERD) in Mthatha, South Africa, aiming at building sustainable rural education solutions and taking forward Mandela's Legacy in Education and rural development.
Then Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Nelson Mandela Foundation, Achmat Dangor receives the Dr Dilli Raman Regmi International Peace Award on behalf of Nelson Mandela. Razia Saleh was present as well.
Photographs donated by Fatima M. Zein from Washington of her own portrait, 2 photographs of Zindzi Mandela and Alfred Nzo and of Mandela on a stage after receiving an Honorary Doctorate of Laws from Howard University (A0119).
Students of the General Smuts High School holding panels which make up a photograph of Nelson Mandela. Students forming the South African flag by the colours of their t-shirts. The smaller photographs are duplicates.
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
Achmat Dangor receives the inaugural Always Be Tolerant Organisation (ABETO) Africa Peace Award on behalf of Nelson Mandela. The Award to Nelson Mandela is presented by ABETO Chairman Moses Musana to Achmat Dangor, former CEO of the Nelson Mandela Foundation.
Launch of the Comic Book series at the Nelson Mandela Foundation (NMF): Nelson Mandela meeting with Vincent Maphai of BHP Billiton and with the Umlando group of graphic artists. Also features some school children with Nelson Mandela showing him the 'Black Pimpernel' comic book. Nelson Mandela giving speech in the NMF auditorium and greeted by Anglo American executives.
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.
Nelson Mandela and Graca Machel in Oxford, the United Kingdom on the occasion of his visit to Oxford University for the conferral of his Honorary Doctorate. Mainly scenes of Oxford, police, a waving crowd and Mandela arriving.