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.
Files of the legal firm Frank, Bernadt & Joffe concerning certain legal matters pertaining to its client, Mr. Nelson Mandela, between 1966 and 1990. These papers detail examples of his endeavours to secure rights for prisoners through challenging the legality of acts carried out by prison officers, his opposing of the state's attempt to have him struck off the role of attorneys, family-related matters, etc.
Nelson Mandela Foundation in partnership with Kolisi Foundation and Gabo Foundation distributing food parcels to the community members of Thaba Nchu, Bloemfontein. Chief Executive of the Nelson Mandela Foundation Sello Hatang engages with the community members.
The Nelson Mandela Foundation partnered with the University of South Africa to remember Nelson Mandela Foundation five years after his passing away. The event was headlined by internationally renowned author and activist Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie. Photographs of guests arriving at the venue, ushers, and group photos of NMF trustees, NMF stakeholders, panellist, Mandela family and NMF Staff members with Chimamanda.
Transnet Port Terminals, in partnership with Mandela Day, have created an initiative called “Shoes on Feet”, which aims to collect school shoes for disadvantaged children in key communities. "Shoes on Feet" volunteers distributed the first donations to learners at Isidingo Primary School in Umlazi Township, Durban, before moving to schools in Port Elizabeth and the Western Cape during March.
Dialogue on 'Archives at Crossroads' which was organised by the Nelson Mandela Foundation and co-convened with the National Archives and the Constitution of Public Intellectual Life Research Project. Participants in the auditorium, NMF building and photos of the ‘Malibongwe’ exhibition. The dialogue was held over two days on 23 and 24 April.
An opening of the Centre of Memory. Featuring Brad Pitt looking at the exhibition, Nelson Mandela arriving with Zelda la Grange, Nelson Mandela looking at the exhibition, Nelson Mandela and Nelson Mandela Foundation staff group photos, Ahmed Kathrada and Mac Maharaj looking at the exhibition ’Prisoner in the Garden’; Shots of archival materials, Donald Card and his wife.
Nelson Mandela and Winnie Madikizela-Mandela visit OR Tambo in the hospital in Stockholm after his stroke. The first photograph was taken at Haga castle the day Mr Tambo and Mr Mandela had just met for the first time in 28 years. This picture is from the mingling afterwards at Haga castle, the others from the hospital and a young doctor Beth von Schreeb (at that time she went by the surname Henriksson).
Bikers for Mandela Day- NMF staffers, 25 riders and 15 support staff and a group of celebrities on a eight-day ride from Johannesburg to the coastal city of Cape Town with the aim to raise awareness about and support for Nelson Mandela Day.
Nelson Mandela International Day events in 2009 including Nelson Mandela Day Concert Radio City New York, Exhibition New York, Gala Dinner New York, Roosevelt Park New York, and United Nations (UN) announcement New York.
Opening of the exhibition “My Constitution”. With Deputy Chief Justice Dikgang Moseneke, Sello Hatang, the youth who participated in the exhibition and interviews, Elinor Kern, Denis Goldberg, Sahm Venter, Lunga Nene, and Berita.
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.
Nelson Mandela during his 1962 trial for incitement and leaving the country without a passport. He was wearing beads and carrying the jackal skin kaross to emphasise his African identity. The photograph is a grab from a video.
Photographs were taken on the rooftop of flat number 13 Kholvad House, 27 Market Street, Johannesburg. The group photo is with from L to R: Yusuf Cachalia (SAIC), DU Mistry (SAIC), Dan Tloome (SACTU/ANC), Goolam Pahad (SAIC), OR Tambo (ANC), David Bopape (Transvaal ANC), Molvi Cachalia (SAIC).
* The week of 12- 17 September 2016 was marked Clean-up & Recycle SA week, the aim of the week is to increase awareness in South Africans of the many benefits of recycling (socially, environmentally and economically) and the importance of a litter-free environment. As part of International Coastal Clean-up Day on Saturday 17th of September, PETCO partnered with Plastics * SA and 140 enthusiastic volunteers to clean up Robben Island in memory of Nelson Mandela.
Mandela Day activities at the Dr Mathole Motshekga Primary School with Nelson Mandela staff, Graça Machel, P&G staff and Robyn Hills from food and trees for Africa: gardening and upgrading the building
Jack Swart, Manfred Jacobs & Brian Sickle visiting the NMF and heritage sites in Johannesburg. Zandile Myeka an Archivist at the Nelson Mandela Foundation interviewed Jack Swart on his experience being Madiba’s warder at his last prison, now called the Groot Drakenstein Correctional Centre. During the interview, the Nelson Mandela Foundation staff interacted with Oom Jack on the life & times of Madiba at Groot Drakenstein.
Opening and photos of the exhibition "Poisoned Pasts". Poisoned Pasts is a joint project with the Institute for Security Studies and aims to provoke questioning about our difficult pasts and to honour the victims of South Africa’s chemical and biological warfare programme. The Reverend Frank Chikane, himself a victim of the chemical and biological warfare programme, gave the keynote address.
The 3rd consecutive Nelson Mandela Day Marathon was held on 31 August 2014 under the rules of IAAF, AIMS (Association of International Marathons and Distance Races Distance), and the KZN Athletics Club. The event has 3 races categorized. It starts at the Manaye Hall in Imbali and finishes at The Nelson Mandela Capture Site, Howick. The above-mentioned races each meander through the beautiful breathtaking landscape of uMgungundlovu District Municipality passing historic sites along the way and ending at the Nelson Mandela Capture Site. Runners who complete the race were awarded a unique Nelson Mandela Marathon medal which is symbolic of the day South Africa gained its freedom.
Scores of volunteers joined Vodacom staff at Vodaworld in Midrand assisting with the task of providing 17 000 food parcels for distribution to families in need. Volunteers came from, amongst others, the Nelson Mandela Foundation, Blue Bulls, Orlando Pirates, Gauteng Department of Education.
Mandela sewing clothes, talking to Walter Sisulu and prisoners in the courtyard. The visit to the Island was during 1964 after the London Daily Express was granted permission by the South African government.
Nelson Mandela Foundation staff activities for the International Mandela Day at Ebenezer, a home for children in Walkerville. The activities of the day included cleaning, working in the bakery, working in the garden, reading to babies and children, and singing.