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NMF_Desk_Calender_12_034

  • NMPP-PC-NMPP-PC-2009/5.1-12-34
  • page
  • 1989-08-07 - 1989-08-13
  • Part of Prison Collection

1 page of a printed desk calendar with handwritten notes covering the year of 1989. 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.

Mandela, Nelson Rolihlahla

NMF_Desk_Calender_8_011

  • NMPP-PC-NMPP-PC-2009/5.1-8-11
  • page
  • 1984-02-26 - 1984-03-03
  • Part of Prison Collection

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.

Mandela, Nelson Rolihlahla

NMF_Desk_Calender_8_043

  • NMPP-PC-NMPP-PC-2009/5.1-8-43
  • page
  • 1984-10-07 - 1984-10-13
  • Part of Prison Collection

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.

Mandela, Nelson Rolihlahla

NMF_Desk_Calender_8_044

  • NMPP-PC-NMPP-PC-2009/5.1-8-44
  • page
  • 1984-10-14 - 1984-10-20
  • Part of Prison Collection

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.

Mandela, Nelson Rolihlahla

NMF_Desk_Calender_9_027

  • NMPP-PC-NMPP-PC-2009/5.1-9-27
  • page
  • 1986-06-16 - 1986-06-22
  • Part of Prison Collection

1 page of a printed desk calendar with handwritten notes covering the year of 1986. 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.

Mandela, Nelson Rolihlahla

Peter Magubane Collection I

  • ZA COM NMAP 2009/23
  • Series
  • 2009-07-20
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

Magubane, Peter

AMO, 1995-1996, South Africa: [Set of 13 Images]

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’.

AMO

Kholvad House ,1953, Johannesburg: [Set of 4 still images]

Photographs were taken on the rooftop of flat number 13 Kholvad House, 27 Market Street, Johannesburg. The group photo is with from L to R: Yusuf Cachalia (SAIC), DU Mistry (SAIC), Dan Tloome (SACTU/ANC), Goolam Pahad (SAIC), OR Tambo (ANC), David Bopape (Transvaal ANC), Molvi Cachalia (SAIC).

Shore, Herbert

Associated Press (AP), 1960s-1990s, South Africa: [Set of 4 Still Images]

Mandela at Tuynhuys, with Oliver Tambo at ANC's first conference in South Africa since its banning in 1960; Mandela looking at a photo of the Regent of Abathembu, Chief Jongintaba Dalindyebo; Mandela wearing a jackal skin kaross he wore in court to emphasise his African identity.

Associated Press (AP)

Mayibuye Archives, 1940s-1960s, South Africa: [Set of 52 still images]

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.

Mayibuye Archives

Mandela visits OR Tambo in hospital, 1990.03.12, Stockholm; [set of 3 photographic prints]

Nelson Mandela and Winnie Madikizela-Mandela visit OR Tambo in the hospital in Stockholm after his stroke. The first photograph was taken at Haga castle the day Mr Tambo and Mr Mandela had just met for the first time in 28 years. This picture is from the mingling afterwards at Haga castle, the others from the hospital and a young doctor Beth von Schreeb (at that time she went by the surname Henriksson).

Unknown

ANC Youth League [VC6lwBRzb3Q]

Nelson Mandela was one of the founding members of the African National Congress Youth League. In fact he only joined the ANC when the Youth League was founded in 1944. Here he talks about the founding of the organisation and, at the same time, reveals his frankness about his own short-comings: in this case how nervous he was about engaging in political discussions and meetings.

Mandela, Nelson Rolihlahla

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A ‘while you were out’ slip which contains a message that Cde Tambo is on the line.

Mandela, Nelson Rolihlahla

Breakthrough: The Struggles and Secret Talks that Brought Apartheid South Africa to the Negotiating Table

Breakthrough sheds new light on the process that led to the formal negotiations. Focusing on the years before 1990, the book reveals the skirmishes that took place away from the public glare, as the principal adversaries engaged in a battle of positions that carved a pathway to the negotiating table. Drawing from material in the prison files of Nelson Mandela, minutes of the meetings of the ANC Constitutional Committee, the NWC and the NEC, notes about the Mells Park talks led by Professor Willie Esterhuyse and Thabo Mbeki, communications between Oliver Tambo and Operation Vula, the Kobie Coetsee Papers, the Broederbond archives and numerous other sources, the authors have pieced together a definitive account of these historic developments. While most accounts of South Africa's transition deal with what happened during the formal negotiations, Breakthrough demonstrates that an account of how the opposing parties reached the negotiating table in the first place is indispensable for an understanding of how South Africa broke free from a spiralling war and began the journey to democracy.

Maharaj, Mac