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.
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.
Planning and preparations for Nelson Mandela statue unveiling. Bobby Heaney , Richard Attenborough and Wendy Woods, prepare and produce a documentary named the return of Mandela. Achmat Dangor and Zelda la Grange meet and discuss with them at Parliament square before for the unveiling of the statue. The return of Mandela documentary is shown before the arrival of Nelson Mandela and Graca Machel who share the stage Richard Atteborough, Gordon Brown, Wendy Woods and Ken Livingstone.
Promotional video on the work of the Nelson Mandela Foundation beginning with Nelson Mandela saying he is retired from retirement and that his work need to continue through the support of the Nelson Mandela Centre of Memory dialogue.
Video on proceedings of opening Nelson Mandela Centre of memory. Proceedings of the opening of the refurbished Nelson Mandela Centre of Memory building. People Gareth Cliffe, Sello Hatang CEO of the Nelson Mandela Foundation, Tokyo Sexwale – trustee of the Nelson Mandela Foundation, Greg Maloka Kaya FM MD, Jurgen Screiber, Mokgethi Tshabala Thebe investment, Graca Machel, Margaret Byrne Sunderland AFC, Ambassador Patrick Gaspard, Alfred Nevhutula National lotteries board, Professor Njabulo Ndebele and President Jacob Zuma.
Proceedings of the HIV/AIDS dialogue held at the Nelson Mandela Foundation attended by deputy minister Noziwe Madlala- Routledge. The dialogue was part of the process of reviewing the Nation Strategic plan on HIV/AIDS. Input from the participants was submitted to the National Department of Health to influence policymaking.
Women ‘s dialogue with Dr. Mo Ibrahim, Kave Bulambo, Ferial Haffajee, Nikiwe Bikitsha, Aisha Mohammed, Mrs Graca Machel, Mrs Zanele Mbeki held at Freedom Park as part of the Annual lecture dialogue conversation.
The 14th Nelson Mandela Annual Lecture delivered by the co-chair of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation on 17 July 2016, the eve of Mandela Day, at the University of Pretoria. In his lecture, he addressed the theme “Living Together”.
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.
Proceedings of the 6th Nelson Mandela annual lecture by Madame Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf in Kliptown, Soweto, includes arrival of guests,comments and an edited address of the 7th Nelson Mandela Annual lecture.
Video on the proceedings of the ninth Nelson Mandela annual lecture by Ismail Serageldin (the founding director of the Bibliotheca Alexandrina, the new Library of Alexandria) held at the Linder auditorium, Wits University, Johannesburg.
Video on presentation of the birthday commemorative stamps to Nelson Mandela by Vuyo Mahlathi CEO of the South African Post Office for the 90th birthday celebration presentation was held at the Nelson Mandela Foundation
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.
Proceedings of Nelson Mandela's 89th birthday and the launch of the exhibition Making peace celebrating the legacies of Chief Albert Luthuli and Nelson Mandela attended by Dr Albertina Luthuli, Bill Clinton, and Jakes Gerwel, Graca Machel, Ahmed Kathrada and Achmat Dangor.