Nelson Mandela messages for a film based on Truth and Reconciliation and about the continuing miracle that is South Africa.Message on the twenty five years of the AIDS epidemic mentions that. AIDS ins an exceptional disease.
Nelson Mandela world AIDS message. Madiba says that "We should remind ourselves that AIDS remain very much a human rights issue. Let me reiterate: we have to act decisively and above all, we must work together.'' to conquer the epidemic
Nelson Mandela message encouraging people to buy the CD and DVD of the 46664 campaign explain that the proceeds of the DVD,CD and concert will benefit people who are affected by HIV/AIDS. Nelson Mandela meets Charlize Theron makes a statement on Charlize Theron introduces his grandchildren.
Proceedings of the first Malibongwe Dialogue held at the Nelson Mandela Foundation features Rica Hodgson, Brigalia Bam, Bertha Gxowa, Sibongile Mkhabela, Amina Cachalia, Sophie de Bruyn, Vesta Smith and Graca Machel.
Nelson Mandela comes in to meet and greet the participants of the dialogue. The Malibongwe forum was used to deal with women’s stalwarts sharing their experiences and transferring their wisdom the young women of South Africa.
The Malibongwe dialogues series started in 2007 and was discontinued in 2009.
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.
The Club of Madrid is presenting Mandela with the Club de Madrid Democratic Leadership Award. Award number: A0550 The Club de Madrid is an independent non-profit organization composed of over 90 democratic former Presidents and Prime Ministers from more than 60 different countries, constituting the world´s largest forum of former Heads of State and Government, who have come together to respond to a growing demand for support among leaders in two key areas: democratic leadership and governance; and response to crisis and post-crisis situations.
Mandela with Douw Steyn in his office, group photos including Graça Machel, and others.
Douw Steyn is a South African businessman who owns Auto and General Insurance and left South Africa in 1992 to launch the Budget Insurance group in London. He also owns Shambala Game Reserve in Limpopo Province, South Africa.
GR Naidoo family visits Mandela on the occasion of the opening of the GR Naidoo exhibition. The photos are of individual family members greeting Nelson Mandela, group photos, portraits of Nelson Mandela, and Nelson Mandela looking at sketches of himself and GR Naidoo.
Danny Jordaan, CEO of the Local Organising Committee (LOC), Jerome Valcke, Secretary General of FIFA and other FIFA officials visiting Nelson Mandela with the Trophy. Photographer Alf Kumalo with Mandela.
Nelson Mandela and American actor, director and filmmaker Forest Whitaker, children greeting Mandela, Zelda la Grange giving the children books, Keisha Nash Whitaker with Mandela (Forest spouse), Mandela receiving a Madiba fridge magnet and Zinzi Mandela.
Group photos and one-on-one photos of Jesse Jackson and his entourage with Nelson Mandela in his office: Mandela and Jesse Jackson, Mandela with Jesse Jackson and Jesse children (Jesse Jackson Junior and Jacqueline Lavinia Jackson), and Jesse Jackson with Big Nuz (South African Kwaito musical group).
Nelson Mandela greeting individual members, series of portraits of Mandela, group photos of the players and officials with Mandela, group photos of players with Nelson Mandela Foundation staff, and Mandela receiving a soccer shirt, signed by the players and carrying number ‘91’.
The South African Music Awards (SAMA) winners of 2010 committed themselves to Mandela Day during a visit to Nelson Mandela. Taken in the auditorium, group photos in Mandela’s office with Mandela, small group photos with Mandela in his office, visit the gifts room and archives.
Five sick children visit Madiba, organised by the Reach for a Dream Foundation: portraits Mandela, group photos, Nelson Mandela greeting children individually, Zelda la Grange, and members of the Reach for a Dream Foundation.
Nelson Mandela received an early birthday present: a cheque for R3-million from the Sanlam Ubuntu-Botho empowerment partnership. The donation was made to the Nelson Mandela Endowment Fund to help ensure that the work of the Nelson Mandela Foundation continues.
The photos showing Nelson Mandela signing books, Mandela and Zelda la Grange talking, Mandela with his hand in a bucket with plaster of Paris, portraits and close-ups of Mandela, and South African artist Paul du Toit helping Mandela with the bucket.
Bafana Bafana team and FIFA officials visiting Nelson Mandela at the Nelson Mandela Foundation. Bafana Bafana players looking at the soccer exhibition in the foyer, Mandela wearing the number 14 shirt and FIFA officials with Mandela in his office.
American entrepreneur and philanthropist, John Paul DeJoria; actor Brad Pitt as well as English business magnate, investor and philanthropist, Richard Branson visit Nelson Mandela for their 46664 activities.
The South African athletes met with Nelson Mandela on their return from the World Championships in Berlin, Germany. Athletes wearing Mandela Day T-shirts taking group photos with Nelson Mandela in his office, Zindzi Mandela hugging them and a big welcome from NMF staffers.
Nelson Mandela receives the Lifetime Achievement Award from the South African Muslim Network. The delegation consists of the leaders of the major religious groups within the Muslim society and there are 3 major community newspapers that serve these constituencies. The award can be found in the Nelson Mandela Awards Collection under A0114.
An Opening of the exhibition ''Prisoner in the Garden'' at the Nelson Mandela Foundation. Shots of Nelson Mandela looking at the exhibition, Donald Card returning Mandela's letter book to him. Group photos.
The opening of the exhibition ‘Making Peace’, an exhibition about Albert Luthuli. With Nelson Mandela; Dr Luthuli (Albert Luthuli’s daughter); the artist who painted The Black Christ, Ronald Harrison; Lindiwe Sisulu; Bill Clinton; Ahmed Kathrada; Nthato Motlana; Luli Callinicos and others
The opening of the exhibition “The Meaning of Mandela”, the featured photographers were Jürgen Schadeberg and the late Alf Kumalo. Mandela and Zelda, arriving and leaving; looking at the exhibition (Mandela pointing at a photo in which he smokes).
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.
Nelson Mandela, members of staff, Board members, and visitors celebrate the 10-year service of several members of staff. Nelson Mandela handing over 10-year service certificates to the Nelson Mandela Foundation staff, is introduced to new members of staff and group photos taken per department.
Mandela received the President of the Principality of Asturias and his entourage on the occasion of the handover of the Prize of Asturias Award for International Cooperation which was bestowed on him in 1992.
Launch of a series of new Mandela postage stamps by the South African Post Office (SAPO). The SAPO launched the stamps to honour Nelson Mandela's legacy. Portraits of Nelson Mandela seated in front of the ‘90th birthday’ poster, shots of Mandela receiving the framed stamps and Group photos.g
Nelson Mandela seated behind his desk at the Nelson Mandela Foundation with a 'Sowetan' cap in front of him. Dressed in a Madiba shirt and wearing an AIDS ribbon. Taken during a photo opportunity for the Sowetan on the occasion of Mandela's birthday.
Photo opportunity with Nelson Mandela: wearing the HIV/AIDS ribbon and the 466/64 shirt, portraits, looking at the archival material, Verne Harris showing Mandela archival materials, the crown of his head, hands, Nelson Mandela looking out of the window, and Zelda la Grange walking with Mandela.