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Global Interface, 2007.07.22, Johannesburg: [Set of 269 Images]

The Nelson Mandela 5th Annual Lecture with Kofi Annan, former UN Secretary-General and Nobel laureate. The focuse of the Lecture was on the progress of Africa, that it needed to be balanced on three pillars: security, development and human rights.

Global Interface

NMF and Soweto tour, 2008.07.12, Johannesburg: [Set of 150 Images]

Liberian President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf during the press conference at the Nelson Mandela Foundation and visiting heritage sites in Johannesburg:Orlando Stadium; Nelson Mandela house in Soweto; Hector Pieterson Memorial and Museum as well as the Apartheid Museum

Ngwenya, Juda

Annual lecture by President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf, 2008.07.12, Kliptown (South Africa): [Set of 274 Images]

The Sixth Nelson Mandela Annual Lecture delivered by Liberian President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf, 12 July 2008, in Kliptown, Soweto. President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf during a lecture titled “Behold the new Africa”, stressed the importance of transparent, accountable government and the need to fight corruption in Africa.

Ngwenya, Juda

"In conversation" in the Turbine Hall, 2009.07.09, Johannesburg: [Set of 153 Images]

Conversation with Prof Muhammad Yunus, in collaboration with WDB Group (Women’s Development Businesses), SEF (Small Enterprise Foundation) and AMFISA (Association of Micro Finance Institutions of South Africa).
An all-day dialogue session with thought leaders, South Africa’s foremost social entrepreneurship patrons and practitioners, the South African Chamber of Commerce and Industry, civil society, government, and members of the South African media. Other partners such as the WDB, African Development Bank (ADB), Banking Council, Independent Development Trust (IDT) and other microfinance institutions including the broader community of social entrepreneurs participated in this session.
Professor Yunus aimed at stimulating a robust dialogue and conversation about microcredit, microfinance or social business as a tool to address poverty, based on the Grameen Bank model.

Lerole, Tumelo

Dialogue at the CIDA Campus, 2009.07.10, Johannesburg: [Set of 149 Images]

Dialogue with young people and university students about the Grameen Bank model. Students shared with Prof Yunus their own initiatives in working towards alleviating poverty in their communities. This inter-generational gathering consisted of South Africa’s leading young minds and social entrepreneurs at all levels.

Lerole, Tumelo

Story telling at Bertams primary school, 2010.07.30, Johannesburg: [Set of 78 Images]

Professor Ariel Dorfman reads to the students at Bertrams primary school as part of his Mandela Day commitments. After the reading the children had the opportunity to ask Professor Dorfman questions.
Professor Dorfman used the reading as an opportunity to encourage the Grade 1, 2, 3 and 4 learners to read and to start writing, especially if they have the need to express themselves.

Lerole, Tumelo

Dialogue at Wits Theatre, 2010.07. Johannesburg: [Set of 152 Images]

The Dialogue "In Conversations with Ariel Dorfman" was hosted in partnership with the University of the Witwatersrand (Wits) School of Drama and the Market Theatre. John Kani read from "Nothing but the Truth" and Wits Drama students performed Dorman’s play "Delirium". This was followed by a facilitated discussion between Dorfman, Kani and Nadine Gordimer.

Lerole, Tumelo

Annual lecture, 2010.07.31, Johannesburg: [Set of 294 Images]

Professor Ariel Dorfman, a Chilean-American author, human rights activist and distinguished professor of Literature and Latin-American Studies presented the Eighth Nelson Mandela Annual Lecture on 31 July 2010. The venue for the lecture was Johannesburg’s Linder Auditorium. The theme of the lecture was: Memory, Justice and Reconciliation.

Lerole, Tumelo

Dialogue with Professor Ismail Serageldin at the University of Johannesburg, 2011.07.22, Soweto: [Set of 56 Images]

Professor Ismail Serageldin’s presentation at the University of Johannesburg, entitled “In Conversations with Youth – the Shape of Tomorrow, The seven pillars of the knowledge revolution''. The University of Johannesburg Choral Group begins proceedings with a song.

Lerole, Tumelo

Refinement of Facilitators, 2010.10, Johannesburg: [Set of 54 Images]

Facilitators of the community conversations on HIV/Aids issues are sharing their experiences, challenges and lessons learned during the review and refinement process. Facilitators from different regions putting their experiences on paper and posting them around the room in which the process was held in.

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Nelson Mandela's 75th Birthday Celebration, 1993.07.18, Johannesburg: [Set of 1 Image]

Nelson Mandela's 75th birthday celebration held in his then office the Shell House, which was the Headquarters of the African National Congress (ANC). The local community of Newclare had baked a cake for the President's birthday and asked Ismail the then Political Correspondent of the Sowetan to deliver it.

Lagardien, Ismail

With Orlando Pirates Players, Johannesburg, 2010.06.18: [Set of 56 Images]

The Vakhegula Vakhegula Football Club (Gogos for Mandela) at the Discovery Soccer Park at the Wanderers Club in Johannesburg. The Gogos are warming up before playing against the Orlando Pirates. With players Katlego Mashego, club owner, Beka Ntswanwisi, Christina “Maradona” Machebe and SuperSport United defender, Morgan Gould.

Gula, Vhakhe

South Africa Airways launches branding for International Mandela Day, 2011.07.05, Johannesburg: [Set of Seven Images]

The legacy of Nelson Mandela was given wings with the unveiling of the Mandela Day logo by South African Airways (SAA) on the first aircraft of its entire fleet. The new branded A330-200 Airbus, fourth out of six new aircraft, was revealed to sponsors and the media at the airways’ technical park in Johannesburg. Siza Mzimela, CEO of SAA in her opening address said, “As an African carrier with global reach, it is only natural for SAA to strengthen its relationship with the Nelson Mandela Foundation by sharing our icon’s message with the world.”
From left to right:
UN representative Dr Stella Anyangwe;
Nelson Mandela Foundation CEO Achmat Dangor;
SAA Chairperson Cheryl Carolus

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The 14th annual CycAlive challenge to honour Mandela Day, 2011.08.21, Norwood: [Set of 66 Image]

150 learners, teachers and cycling enthusiasts convened at the Torah Academy campus in Norwood, Johannesburg, for the 14th annual CycAlive challenge, a youth highlight in the Mandela Day activities calendar.
Field Band Foundation from Springs, Rabbi Dovid Hazdan -the dean of the Torah Academy, Dan Zimba, Rabbi Mottie Hadar, Chief Rabbi Warren Goldstein, Sello Hatang, Marlene Bethlehem, Lelo Mzaca, a 702 sports, Johannesburg Steelwings Harley Davidson Club-who arrived to show their support, and Ian Freeman of RAM.

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Launch of Mandela Day, 2012, Soweto: [Set of 138 Images]

The Launch of Mandela Day took place at the Tlatlohang Primary School, a disadvantaged school situated in White City, Jabavu
As the emphasis for Nelson Mandela Day 2012 is being placed on raising youth through decent education, the Nelson Mandela Centre of Memory – in collaboration with the Department of Basic Education – is driving some of South Africa’s most meaningful initiatives, namely the Container Library Project and the 94+ Schools Project, inspired to improve the conditions of our more impoverished schools and encourage literacy to children within our historically disadvantaged communities.

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#HandsAcrossSA, 2013.07.22, Alexandra: [Set of 147 Images]

Hands Across South Africa aided the Nelson Mandela Foundation to continue to grow the momentum that legacy advocates like Gareth Cliff have already inspired in order to honour the life and legacy of Madiba, and in so doing make every day a Mandela Day. The event took place at the Phokosho School in Alexandra, Johannesburg.

Blue Media

NMF and AIG handover of toys to Tara Hospital, 2014.02.07, Johannesburg: [Set of 29 Images]

AIG Angel Wings Club, as part of its charity drive, donated toys, books and stationary, paid for by members of staff. The donation was channeled through the Nelson Mandela Foundation with clinical psychologist Jonathan Percales, CEO of Tara Hospital, Dr Florence Otienno and other senior staff present.

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