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Five-meter tall steel sculpture of Mandela on Gerald Sekoto Street in Newtown, Johannesburg

; the Shadow Boxer, by South African artist Marco Cianfanelli. Chancellor House, the former site of Nelson Mandela and Oliver Tambo’s law firm, is in the background.The sculpture portrays Nelson Mandela as a young amateur boxer, and is based on a famous picture by photographer Bob Gosani. The Shadow Boxer was commissioned by the Johannesburg Development Agency in partnership with the City of Jobannesburg.

To honour Nelson Mandela, the International T20 Double Header featuring the South African Women's Cricket Team and the South African Men's Cricket Team played against their Indian counterparts as part of the Mandela 100 celebrations

And a celebration of 20 years of diplomatic relations between India and South Africa, coinciding with the 125 anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi when he was thrown off a train at Pietermaritzburg Railway station after he refused to move from a whites'only compartment

Pierre de Coubertin Fair Play Award

The award is named after the founder of the modern Olympic movement. It was conferred by the International Olympic Committee Member Louis Guirandou N'diaye, who was also acting president of the International Commiittee for Fair Play
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