One Law, One Nation: Conversation on the Constitution for the 15th Anniversary of the Constitution. The panel consisted of Yvonne Mokgoro, the former Constitutional Court judge, Leon Wessels, former Deputy Chairperson of the Constitutional Assembly, Wim Trengove QS, Lwando Xaso, former clerk of the Constitutional Court and the facilitator Nikiwe Bikitsha.
Photographs of Nelson Mandela engaging in diffferent activities, including: Nelson Mandela greeting children in his hometown, Qunu, Christmas Day, 1995. Signing the constitution of the Republic of South Africa, Sharpeville, 10 December 1996, with (from right) Cyril Ramaphosa and mayor of the Lekoa-Vaal Metropolitan Council, Yunus Chamda. At Libertas, the presidential residence in Pretoria, which Nelson Mandela renamed Mahlamba Ndlopfu, meaning. ‘The New Dawn’ in Xitsonga or, literally, ‘the washing of the elephants’.
A variety of Nelson Mandela photographs in 1990s, including: visiting different schools and nursery's in the Cape, with Walter Sisulu, a group photo with members of the cabinet, wearing a HIV Positive t-shirt, with Trevor Manuel embracing a staff member at Hanover Day Hospital.
A variety of Nelson Mandela photographs during his presidency including: Election campaigning in 1994, polishing his shoes aboard the presidential jet, with his son Makgatho, meeting wives of former South African leaders.
Freedom Park commemoration, tributes and international call to action. South African Government commemorative activities (led by the Presidency and supported by the Department of Social Development). Inter-faith prayer service and veterans wreath-laying at the Union Buildings, Tshwane.
Photographs of Nelson Mandela meeting the former South African rugby team, attending the second round of official talks, CODESA meetings, his release from prison as well as his inaugural as the first black President of South Africa. Photograph of Nelson Mandela signing the new Constitution of South Africa into law in 1996 and Cyril Ramaphosa holds it up, alongside Nelson Mandela.
Photographs of Winnie Madikizela- Mandela signing the divorce; Nelson Mandela signing South Africa's new constitution with Cyril Ramaphosa standing next to him looking on; Mandela attending meetings and negotiations; political marches by crowds; President Thabo Mbeki's presentation to the FIFA Executive Committee on South Africa's bid for 2010 Soccer Wold Cup in Switzerland.
Nelson Mandela on 11 February 1990 making his first speech on the balcony of Cape Town City Hall. The other photograph is a "Free Mandela" slogan spray painted on an electrical box in a township, next to a fruit stall.
1990s photographs of Nelson Mandela holding an impromptu press conference outside his house, 8115 Vilakazi Street in Soweto on 13 February 1990, Mandela attending the Convention for Democratic South Africa, riot police.
20 faded colour photoprints taken in 1990 in Tanzania on the occasion of Nelson Mandela's first visit there since 1962. Some are taken at the Solomon Mahlangu Freedom College (SOMAFCO). Other identifiable people appearing in the pictures are: Winnie Mandela, Chris Hani, Ruth Mompati, James Mahlangu(?), Cyril Ramaphosa, Valli Moosa, Ahmed Kathrada, Trevor Manual, Alpheus Manghezi (head of SOMAFCO).
Video on Bill Clinton at the Nelson Mandela Foundation. Bill Clinton address on collaborative work with Nelson Mandela from peace keeping in Burundi, AIDS work and the impact and of ordinary people towards community involvement in civil projects. Mandela Foundation.
Proceedings of a tribute to Nelson Mandela after his passing. Event held at the Nelson Mandela Foundation. Speakers were CEO of the Nelson Mandela Foundation- Sello Hatang, Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa, Professor Njabulo Ndebele as well as Frene Ginwala.
Documentary on South Africans in support of sanctions against Apartheid South Africa, Denis Goldberg Cyril Ramaphosa, Boesak Allan and Bishop Desmond Tutu calling for sanctions Against Apartheid South Africa because money made from the fruit exported from South to Britain and America being used to fuel the killings in South African black townships.
One of the Mandela Birthday activities at the Nelson Mandela Foundation. Many of the people attending are wearing 'love life' jackets and some are holding a brochure called 'Meeting Mandela'. Screening of the MTV special documentary 'Meeting Mandela'.
The series begins with the visit of Auma Obama (half-sister of US President Barack Obama), US Ambassador Donald Gips, his wife and sons to the gifts room and the archives. Followed by photographs of Bill Clinton making a speech, Achmat Dangor (Nelson Mandela Foundation CEO of the time), Cyril Ramaphosa, Ahmed Kathrada, Leslie Maasdorp (vice-Chairman ABSA Capital), Audience in the auditorium,