Records created and accumulated during the course of Nelson Mandela’s role as Facilitator of the Burundi Peace Process. Most of the papers are typewritten, although there are a few notes handwritten by Mr. Mandela. The creator of the collection is possibly Zelda La Grange.
Abramjee Yusuf, Head of News and Current Affairs at Primedia Broadcasting, Mava Dada- Robben Island CEO as well as Sleepout CEO Ali Greg visit the Nelson Mandela Foundation. Chief Executive Sello Hatang gives them a tour of the Archives.
Dialogue by the ''Save the Children UK Foundation'' with representatives of government, civil society, schools and communities gathered in the small town of Clarens, the Free State, discussing how schools could care for children made vulnerable by poverty, HIV/AIDS and other causes. Schools visited during the dialogue were in Qwa Qwa.
Cell C's ''Take a Girl Child to Work'' initiative hosted by the Nelson Mandela Foundation in Houghton, is a movement that affords grade 10 to 12 girl learners, the chance to experience a day in the workplace first-hand.
Selection of photos taken in former US President Bill Clinton's private office during the benefit he organised for the Nelson Mandela Foundation to honour the lasting legacy of Nelson Mandela. With, among others, Tokyo Sexwale and Achmat Dangor.
Mandela sewing clothes,talking to Walter Sisulu and prinoners in the courtyard. The visit to the Island was during 1964, after the London Daily Express was granted permission by the South African government.
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.
54 digital photos of, mainly, Clive Maluke and Diketso Mufamadi. Also Tegobo Mahlomoja of Praxis IT Support and Molly Loate and Yase Godlo are featured. They are taken in the permanent exhibition space. Also some photos of the space itself and one photo of the building.
Series of conversations launched by the Nelson Mandela Foundation focussinged on the creation of social cohesion in communities where xenophobic violence is a problem. The conversations were facilitated by Bea Abrahams and Ken Mutuma.
Photos of the deacidification of the Nelson Mandela Foundation (NMF) Archive in four folders taken by Lucia Raadschelders and Razia Saleh. The first folder contains photos of the training staff members by Chief Librarian Isaac Nkadimeng, Christian Legodi and Magretia Masebe of the South African Library, Tshwane. The second folder shows loaded crates ready to be transported to the National Library. The third folder shows photos of Canadian interns, Jamila Ghaddar and Katrina Cohen-Palacios dusting and returning materials to their boxes after being treated at the National Library. The fourth folder contains photos taken by Razia Saleh at the NMF reception with Zunelle Breytenbach, Zanele Riba, Ethel Arends, as well as Florence Garishe.
Two sub-series of photos taken during the National Mourning period after the passing of Nelson Mandela in Vilakazi Street, Soweto Johannesburg and on and around Nelson Mandela Square in Sandton, Johannesburg. Several photos have also been taken at NMF permanent exhibition space.
The Nelson Mandela Foundation (NMF) alongside the Ahmed Kathrada Foundation (AKF) and the Wits Centre for Diversity held a dialogue ‘Asikhulumeni nge race’ with representatives of student councils in higher education from across South Africa. The dialogue was part of a series of engagements with students on issues of race and identity in South Africa.
The Nelson Mandela Foundation hosting a two-day seminar to wrap up their two-year-long social cohesion programme. The seminar was an opportunity for the stakeholders to discuss the outcomes and the lessons learnt form the pilot programme.
Dialogue held at the Nelson Mandela Foundation on the role of the European Union in global affairs, notably in its relations with Africa. The European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso, former President F.W. De Klerk, and Prof. Njabulo Ndebele participated in the dialogue.
Dialogue on revisiting the promise of a new South Africa. Can South Africa be free if women are not free? The dialogue was organised by Soul City and held at Nelson Mandela Foundation. Panelists were Mr Zane Dangor (United Nations Population Fund), Mr Mbuyiseni Ndlozi (Economic Freedom Fighter), Ms Anne Githuku-Shongwe and Ms Tamara Braam (Indepedent Gender Consultant).
Photos of a dialogue held at Glenhove Conference Centre, Johannesburg, facilitated by the Nelson Mandela Foundation in partnership with Brand South Africa. Africa-European economic relations and the challenge of overcoming financial and political alienation was the focus of the dialogue. Participants included Finnish Minister of European Affairs and Foreign Trade, Dr. Alex Stubb, who led the discussion, and Master of Ceremonies for the event, Dr.Petrus de Kock from Brand South Africa.
Dialogue on 'Archives at Crossroads' which was organised by the Nelson Mandela Foundation and co-convened with the National Archives and the Constitution of Public Intellectual Life Research Project. Participants in the auditorium, NMF building and photos of the ‘Malibongwe’ exhibition. The dialogue was held over two days on 23 and 24 April.
Schools opened by the Nelson Mandela Institute for Education and Rural Development (NMIERD) in Mthatha, South Africa, aiming at building sustainable rural education solutions and taking forward Mandela's Legacy in Education and rural development.
The Government of India donated two million rand to the Nelson Mandela Foundation. The decision to make the donation was made following the visit to South Africa by Prime Minister of India H. E. Mr. Narendra Modi in July 2016
The Nelson Mandela Foundation and Eqstra Fleet Management donated 10 braille copies of Long Walk to Freedom to the Prinshof School of the Visually impaired (Pretoria) as part of the International Mandela Day activities.
Sello Hatang receives a donation from Air Traffic Navigation Systems (ATNS) on behalf of the Nelson Mandela Foundation, represented by Thabani Mthiyane, CEO and Percy Morokane, External Communications Officer. Siphumelele Khumalo, a journalist from the Star newspaper is also present.
The Nelson Mandela Centre of Memory hosted a Donor Recognition Ceremony.Tokyo Sexwale and Irene Menell gave Legacy Champion certificates to the Government of India & Vodacom (Pty) Ltd. The Government of India was also recognised for its contribution to the Centre’s building with the unveiling of a plaque at the front entrance. At the ceremony, the Centre of Memory also received a mechanical boost by way of a vehicle donated by Volkswagen SA and a commitment from comedian and actor, Eddie Izzard to a future donation. Izzard is in South Africa to run 27 marathons in 27 days in honour of the 27 years Nelson Mandela spent in prison.
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.
Then Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Nelson Mandela Foundation, Achmat Dangor receives the Dr Dilli Raman Regmi International Peace Award on behalf of Nelson Mandela. Razia Saleh was present as well.
Hip-hop artist Drake visits the Nelson Mandela Foundation. CEO of the Nelson Mandela Foundation Sello Hatang and Minister in the Presidency Jeff Radebe welcome him and give him a tour of the Foundation.