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
Three (3) sub-series of photographs by Ilan Ossendryver. 1. Photos of Nelson Mandela and family took after the press conference in Soweto, probably on 13 or 14 February 1990, just after his release. Photos are taken in the front of his house with nurses greeting him, schoolgirls at the fence. Portraits and full photos of Mandela standing with a raised fist. Close-ups of Mandela with Zindzi Mandela and baby and Winnie Madikizela-Mandela. Murphy Morobe and Zwelakwe Sisulu are also in the photos.
2. Photos of Nelson Mandela casting his vote at the at the voting station in Houghton, Johannesburg. Zindziswa Mandela is in the photos.
3. Photos of Nelson Mandela attending Arbor day in Soweto holding a spade and planting a tree. Machel, Graça both seated greeting children dressed in green Arbor week T-shirts and yellow hats. Ahmed Kathrada is also in the photos.
Three sub-series of photographs by Pieter Boersma. 1. Nelson Mandela's visits to the Netherlands and France in 1990.; meeting with the Dutch Labour party (PvdA), the Association of West-European Parliamentarians against Apartheid (AWEPA) in Strasbourg and the Dutch Anti-Apartheid Movement. 2.Nelson Mandela's visits to Belgium in 1993 meeting the Belgian Parliament 3. Nelson Mandela at the ANC Rally in Soweto addressing the crowd in a stadium with Chris Hani standing next to him and Walter Sisulu on stage.
Neslon Mandela visiting theANC School Solomon Mahlangu Freedom College (SOMAFCO), Mandela addressing the meeting at Somafco, wearing a Pioneer’s scarf with Winnie Mandela, President Nyerere and Ruth Mompati.
Nelson Mandela at the Johannesburg Stadium in 1990 at what was probably Mandela’s first rally in Johannesburg (as opposed to Soweto) after his release from prison. Mandela with a raised fist; speaking; Walter Sisulu; Winnie and Albertina Sisulu are also in the photos.
The Black Stars, the national football team of Ghana, visit Winnie Madikizela-Mandela at her Soweto home and procceed to visit Nelson Mandela at his Houghton home after they lost in the 2010 World Cup Soccer tournament.
In a special tribute to the medical fraternity, Mrs Machel, Winnie Madikizela-Mandela, HRH Zenani Mandela-Dlamini, Zindzi Mandela, Ndileka Mandela and Josina Machel, shared their deepest respect and gratitude on behalf of the Mandela family with the many medical specialists and professionals who had, over the years, ensured his strength and health so that he could serve his nation and the world from the time of his release from prison.
Third Malibongwe dialogue with struggle stalwarts at the Turbine Hall in Johannesburg. The Malibongwe Dialogue, with and about stalwarts of the struggle for freedom, and the role that women played during those difficult, and often truly dark, years, achieved a remarkable level of candour, unmindful of organisational or ideological loyalties.
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.
Photographs of Nelson Mandela during the defiance campaign; Nelson Mandela boxing with champion Jerry Moloi on the rooftop of the South African Associated Newspapers (SAAN); photograph of Winnie Mandela in 1962, the African National Congress (ANC) delegation; and marches during the Treason Trial, South Africa.
Photographs taken during the apartheid era. The library at the University of Fort Hare 1946, Nelson Mandela getting married to Winnie in 1958, Mandela and Winnie relaxing with friends, Mandela at a meeting in Addis Ababa during his trip through Africa 1962, Mandela and his eldest son Thembekile, and Mandela in Morocco to receive military training from Algerian Freedom Fighters.
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.
Photographs of events and people between the 1940s and and 1990s, such as Nelson Mandela addressing 21 women who were charged in taking part in the “boycott disturbance” as their lawyer. Nelson Mandela with family, comrades and attending campaigns.
Researched photographs for the exhibition ''Mandela- Character, Comrade, Leader, Prisoner, Negotiator, Statesman. Exhibition for the Apartheid Museum celebrating the life and times of Nelson Mandela. Opened in 2008 as part of the celebration of Nelson Mandela's 90th birthday.
Winnie Madikizela Mandela, Nelson Mandela Foundation Staff and CEO Sello Hatang handing over condolences books with messages for the passing of little Zenani Mandela, great grandchild of Nelson Mandela who was killed in a car accident on the 11th of June 2011.
Photos of the launch of the 2014 International Nelson Mandela Day at the Nelson Mandela Foundation. Group photo and portraits of the NMF trustees taken by Flow. Shots of the Nelson Mandela Foundation exhibition.
launche of the book "Conversations with Myself" in South Africa at Market Theatre. The MC of the day is John Kani who also read the audio version of the book. In the chairs are: Ahmed Kathrada, Zindzi Mandela and great-grandson Luvuyo Mandela.
Video on Winnie Mandela Ahmed Kathrada, Photo with the Mandela Family Amina Cachalia, John Nkadimeng, Andrew Mlangeni, Mosie Moola and son, Henry Makgothi, Gertrude Shope. Arthur Chaskalson, George Bizo, Alexio Bizos, photo with Winnie.
Funeral proceedings of the of little Zenani Zanethemba Nomasonto Mandela held at St Stithians College. Mandela family from right to left – Nelson Mandela Graca Machel, child, Casey Moyo the late Zenani jnr Mandela’s dad, Zoleka Mandela Zenani jnr Mandela’s mother , Zindzi Mandela grandmother of Zenani jnr Mandela, Winnie Mandela great grandmother of , and Zenani Mandela sister to grandmother Other places in the church Kweku Mandela, Mandla Mandela, Andile Mandela, Ndileka Mandela, Ziyanda Manaway and Tukwini Mandela Zaziwe Mandela, Ndaba Mandela, Josina Machel, Luvuyo Mandela Choirs Imilonji ka-Ntu, Soweto Gospel choir and St Stithians choir.
Photos of Winnie Madikizela-Mandela and Nelson Mandela just after his release with one of their grandchildren in the garden of the house in Soweto,February 1990. Shots of Nelson Mandela at Arbor Week in Soweto, Johannesburg, September 2008.
23 interviews conducted by Anna Trapido in the making of her cookbook "Hunger for Freedom" a gastro-political biography of Mr. Mandela's journey from his boyhood through his life before and after his imprisonment, to the presidential banquets. It includes some personal and political anecdotes of people who were involved in one way or the other with Mr. Nelson Mandela. Transcripts of most interviews are available as printouts and electronic copies on CD.
Collection of historical photographs held by the Mayibuye Archives: Yusuf Dadoo and Joe Slovo in a march in London, 1963, in response to increasing repression against apartheid in South Africa and the arrest of Nelson Mandela and other comrades; Mandela with members of the National Liberation Front of Algeria in 1962; Mandela posing for a photo with Batshaka Cele, a relative of Winnie Madikizela Mandela.
Radio South Africa Report by Jonathan Hargreaves on the arrest of Mrs Winnie Mandela wife of the jailed ANC leader, Mr Nelson Mandela. The arrest is for the returning to her home in Soweto and for contravening her restriction order of Internal Security Act.
Joel Carlson was a South African lawyer who was devoted in anti-Apartheid activities. He was also one of the lawyers that represented Nelson Mandela, and members of the Mandela family against the Apartheid injustice. In this collection there are three original letters written by Nelson Mandela to members some member of his family dating from the 15th July 1969 until 1 July 1970.
SAIRR petitions, protests statements letters and condemnations regarding riots. The collection includes correspondence by Winnie Mandela as well correspondence with banned people and SAIRR participation in a petition by the Personal Liberties Defence Committee.
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African National Congress Women Section has the material from ANC Women's Section Lusaka the records have information. Mandela football club -Circular, The Nelson Mandela international reception committee, Report on Nelson Mandela's visit to the Transkei, Paraphernalia Mandela for president, people's choice. Badges, Statement at the opening of conference by deputy president of the ANC Mr. Nelson Mandela in Lusaka, Videos, " I shall never lose hope", " Nelson Mandela South Africa's other leader" ANC Women Section activities.
The collection of correspondence, datebooks, articles, lectures sermons and audio visual material and Newpaper clippings documenting Peter Storey's leadership and active involvement in the Methodist church of Southern Africa, the South African Council of churches the Central Methodist church in Johannesburg, the Truth and reconciliation commission etc. Main subjects include Nelson Mandela and Winnie Mandela, urban ministry, crisis intervention and political violence in South Africa.
The photos are taken on 12 June 1964, the day of the verdict in the Rivonia Trial. Lionel Shapiro took the photos whilst studying at Wits and taking pictures once a week for the student paper. Nelson Mandela leaving court in a prison van, protestors, Winnie Mandela and Mandela's mother.
The collection consists of 4 photographs - LS001: Winnie Mandela and Mandela's mother, Nosekeni leaving court; LS002: June Mlangeni leaving the court; LS003: The trialists leaving court after the sentencing in a prison van. Mandela is the first person on the left in the van; and LS004: A supporter outside the court with placard "We are proud of our leaders".