Photographic slide shows produced by Peter Magubane, covering the 1970s - ca. 2000: A. Madiba: apartheid and resistance; with Nelson Mandela since his release with Winnie, Graca, the Sisulus, Oliver Tambo, inauguration, Tutu, rallies B. June 16th: Soweto uprising; with Brenda Fassie’s song Memesa C. 8115 Orlando West: mainly in and around the house; Winnie and the children
Documents accumulated by Sahm Venter from ca. 1984-2002 as part of her work as a journalist as well as a dedicated political activist during the struggle for liberation in South Africa. The documents have been categorised and arranged by the following subjects or formats: Personal papers Organisations / Community based organisations Court cases, Petitions and Appeals Speeches and writings Universities Publications.
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.
Truth Justice and memory, South Africa’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC). Compilation of Truth Reconciliation commission (TRC) proceedings, on certain human rights violations that occurred during the Apartheid and transition era in South Africa and the handover of the final Truth Reconciliation Commission (TRC) report to president Nelson Mandela and Frene Ginwala the speaker of parliament.
Nelson Mandela's 85th birthday celebration. Proceedings of Nelson Mandela's birthday interview with Francois Pienaar, De Klerk, Zelda La Grange, Adelaide Tambo and Oprah Winfrey. Nelson Mandela sitting with Graca Machel, Bill Clinton, among others. Programme directors were Basetsana Kumalo, Tim Modise, Prof Jakes Gerwel chair of the Nelson Mandela Foundation, as well and Khanyisile Dlomo- Mkhize. Mandela receiving videotaped birthday messages from Muammar Gaddafi, Kofi Annan, Anton Rupert, Anthony O Reilley, Hugh Masekela, Bill Cosby as well as Evita Bezuidenhout. Music entertainment by Sibongile Khumalo, Dorothy Masuku and Yvonne Chakachaka. Poetry by Don Mattera.
Recorded Nelson Mandela day messages from the Dalai Lama, Richard Branson, Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu, Former US former President Bill Clinton, Hilary Clinton, international space station people and Kaya FM MD Greg Maloka. The messages encourage people to participate in the international Nelson Mandela day.
Promotional slides of the fourth annual lecture. Including the proceedings of the 4th annual lecture delivered by South African President the honourable Thabo Mbeki at the Wits Great Hall, Wits University Johannesburg.
Video on proceedings on the launch of the exhibition Parenting a Nation with Nelson Mandela, Frene Ginwala, Gertrude Shope,Rica Hodgson, Desmond Tutu, Max Sisulu, Ahmed Kathrada, Mrs Mennel, and Achmat Dangor.
Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu, Eleanor Sisulu, Sahm Venter, Shadrack Katuu, Albertina Sisulu, Nelson Mandela, Agnes Msimang, Verne Harris introduces a heart surgeon, later Archbishop emeritus Desmond Tutu in conversation with Nelson Mandela in about the elders Madiba office. Madiba gives him a signed book the Sisulu family take photos in the gardern .
The proceedings of the 3rd Nelson Mandela annual lecture by the Kenyan environmentalist, Nobel Peace Prize winner and political activist Professor Wangari Mathaai, at Linder Auditorium, Wits University Johannesburg. Includes interview by Archbishop Desmond Tutu and Dr Mamphela Ramphele.
Video on promotional material for fundraising for the Nelson Mandela charities. Nelson Mandela's Retiring from Retirement announcement “Don’t call me, I’ll call you''. Three foundations to carry out the work. Drafts and final cut of various clips include the retiring from retirement speech and edited footage on the work of the Nelson Mandela Foundation, the Nelson Mandela Children’s Fund and the Mandela Rhodes Foundation.
President Michelle Bachelet of Chile, presenting the 12th Nelson Mandela Annual Lecture on 9 August 2014. This event marks the 52nd anniversary of Mr Mandela’s capture on 5 August 1962. The lecture was held at the historic City Hall in the City of Cape Town, a significant and poignant venue, as it is from this location that Mr Mandela gave his inaugural address to the people of South Africa after being released from prison in 1990. The theme of the 2014 lecture is "Building social cohesion through active citizenship". The reception was held immediately after the lecture.
1 page of a printed desk calendar with handwritten notes covering the year of 1980. The calendar was used as a diary by Nelson Mandela while in prison and contains entries concerning matters such as visits, dreams, films, books, personal health and politics.
Promotion footage on the work of the Nelson Mandela Foundation, focusing on social challenges such as Education, Rural development, Youth development, HIV/AIDS, infrastructure development as well as dialogue.
The murals were illustrated by Artist Linsey Levendall. His illustrations were based on photographs of the great men by Matthew Willman (Mandela) and Andrew Zuckerman (Tutu). Levendal drew some of Cape Town’s most iconic features into the pattern of Madiba’s shirt, including Bo Kaap, penguins at Boulders Beach, Table Mountain, and a minstrel at the Kaapse Klopse, and the King Protea. Archbishop Tutu’s shirt contained imagery that invoked the anti-apartheid Struggle as well as the core political values of non-racialism, freedom, togetherness, and peace.
1 page of a printed desk calendar with handwritten notes covering the year of 1981. The calendar was used as a diary by Nelson Mandela while in prison and contains entries concerning matters such as visits, dreams, films, books, personal health and politics.
1 page of a printed desk calendar with handwritten notes covering the year of 1984. The calendar was used as a diary by Nelson Mandela while in prison and contains entries concerning matters such as visits, dreams, films, books, personal health and politics.
Programme and photographs of a Nelson Mandela Foundation (NMF) and Nelson Mandela Children's Fund (NMCF) event in a school in Cape Town around HIV/AIDS. Speakers include Archbishop Desmond Tutu and Nelson Mandela.
Research for the exhibition ''Nelson Mandela- Character, Comrade, Leader, Prisoner, Negotiator, Statesman''. Photographs of Mandela during his presidential years, with Archbishop Desmond Tutu and Mangosuthu Buthelezi; Angola Soldiers; Pollsmoor prison; COSATU.
Photos of Nelson Mandela re-uniting with The Elders at a private lunch in Johannesburg. The Elders are Martti Ahtisaari, Kofi Annan, Ela Bhatt, Lakhdar Brahimi, Gro Brundtland, Fernando Henrique Cardoso, Jimmy Carter, Graça Machel, Mary Robinson and Desmond Tutu. Nelson Mandela and Aung San Suu Kyi are honorary Elders.
Conversation about the late Nelson Mandela with His Holiness Dalai Lama, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, member of The Elders and Former President of Ireland, Mary Robinson as well as Sir Richard Branson, well-known entrepreneur and friend of the Nelson Mandela Foundation.
Nelson Mandela School in Birmingham opened its doors to pupils on 7th September 1987. It was officially opened by Archbishop Desmond Tutu on 22nd April 1988. Nelson Mandela visited the school on the 11th of October 1993.
An opening of the exhibition ‘Parenting a Nation’. An exhibition honouring Albertina and Walter Sisulu. With members of the Sisulu family, Mrs Albertina Sisulu, Nelson Mandela, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Frene Ginwala, Laloo Chiba, Ahmed Kathrada, Rica Hodgson, Gertrude Shope.