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Nelson Mandela Tributes Africa
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Mandela was Patron-in-chief of the Presidents' Award for Youth Empowerment from 1992 to 2010

The President's Award for Youth Empowerment has strong international links through its affiliation with the Duke of Edinburgh's Award which was started in 1956 by HRH, The Prince Philip. The Award Programme was first introduced in the United Kingdom in 1956 as The Duke of Edinburgh's Award. The aim was to motivate young people to become involved in a balanced programme of voluntary self-development activities to take them through the potentially difficult period between adolescence and adulthood. The Award Programme, through the network of The International Award Association, is operating in more than 120 countries of which 21 in Africa.

Mandela Hall Shield (award)

Competition at Mandela Hall residence at Rhodes University. Residences compete against each other in various categories (sport, academic achievement, cultural events) to win the shield. The first competition was in 2004

CNBC Africa Award

Award presented to Mr Mandela for his Courage, Vision, and Wisdom, by Mr Zafar Siddiqi, Chairman of CNBC Africa, South Africa

CNBC Africa

Africare Lifetime Achievement award

Framed painting of people surrounding Mandela - figurative. Plate on the painting reads: Africare Lifetime Achievement award - His excellency Nelson R Mandela - November 5, 2010 "Madiba Mandela", USA

Africare

Mandela Poster Project Collective was initiated by a group of South Africa designers to celebrate Nelson Mandela's life by collecting 95 exceptional posters from around the world, honouring his lifelong contribution to humanity

The collection was curated and will be exhibited around the world and eventually be auctioned by the Nelson Mandela Children's Hospital Trust to raise funds. Many more than 95 posters were received and plans are under way to produce a limited edition publication.
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