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46664 CD/DVD Launch April 2004

  • ZA COM MR-S-930
  • Item
  • 2004-04-01
  • Part of Speeches

Johannesburg launch 46664 CD/DVD - It seems Mandela differed from the written script. We will include the speech as he delivered it once we secure the recording of the event.

Mandela, Nelson Rolihlahla

Constitutional Court Opening March 2004

  • ZA COM MR-S-933
  • Item
  • 2004-03-19
  • Part of Speeches

Special dinner to celebrate the official opening of Constitutional Court Building ; Check to see if actually delivered

Mandela, Nelson Rolihlahla

Perspex key on plastic and marble base

Plaque reads: This is the District Apartheid once destroyed. Mandela was the first foreigner to receive it. Mandela was the first foreigner to receive it. This is the District recaptured with sadness and joy. Honorary residency bestowed on Comrade Mandela on 11 February 2004.

Vanderbilt University Archive

Programmes and programme segments broadcast on channels such as ABC, CBC, CNN, NBC and Nightline. Includes footage and reports on the following:
Reports of the Reagan Administration’s support of the release of Nelson Mandela from prison. President Reagan’s attitude towards Nelson Mandela and his views on negotiations with the African National Congress (ANC). Senator Edward Kennedy’s tour of South Africa, which included a meeting with Winnie Mandela. A report that the CIA was instrumental in Nelson Mandela’s arrest. Oliver Tambo and Nelson Mandela as leaders of the ANC. US Congress delegation visit to South Africa, and meeting with Foreign Minister Pik Botha, and their request to visit Nelson Mandela not permitted. The impact of economic sanctions against South Africa, with Nelson Mandela mentioned. US Secretary of State George Shultz’s visit to South Africa, and an explanation by him on US policy towards South Africa, including a demand for the release of Nelson Mandela. Anti-apartheid demonstrations in New York, with calls for the release of Nelson Mandela. Nelson Mandela’s visit to the US after his release from prison. Nelson Mandela reported as being inspired by the American ideal.
The amount of money raised for the ANC during Mandela’s US visit. Visits by Nelson Mandela to Oakland, Los Angeles, Miami, Atlanta, Boston and New York City. Nelson Mandela addressing the US Congress. The meeting of Nelson Mandela with President Bush at the White House, and reportedly urging President Bush to maintain economic sanctions against South Africa. Remarks by Nelson Mandela about Libyan leader Muammar Kadhafi, Palestinian Liberation Organisation Leader Yasser Arafat and Cuban leader Fidel Castro. Senator Edward Kennedy with Nelson Mandela. People commenting on what Nelson Mandela symbolises. The meeting of Nelson Mandela with Secretary of State James Baker and other national leaders.
Comments by George Bush on Nelson Mandela's release from prison. A celebration of Independence Day in the US, where President Bill Clinton awards medals to Nelson Mandela and FW De Klerk. Nelson Mandela speaking about the challenge in Africa for the US. Statements by President Mandela and President Clinton during Nelson Mandela’s first official visit to the US and the welcoming ceremony at the White House. President Nelson Mandela’s address to a joint session of Congress. Mandela’s meeting with Louis Farrakhan US Vice President Al Gore’s visit to South Africa, and his meeting with Nelson Mandela. Hillary Clinton’s visit to South Africa with scenes shown from Robben Island. Bill Clinton’s visit to South Africa, and his meetings with Nelson Mandela. The White House reception held for Nelson Mandela in the latter part of his Presidency. The awarding of the Congressional Gold Medal to Nelson Mandela by Clinton. A statement by Mandela that Muammar el-Kadhafi has promised to turn over the suspects in the bombing of Pan AM Flight 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland. Nelson Mandela commenting on the relationship between the US and Iraq, saying that no country should be allowed to take the law into their own hands. Statements by Nelson Mandela that President Bush is undermining the United Nations.

ABC

David Everatt

Collection of David Everatt papered has documents, transcripts of interviews, publications and correspondence. Amoung the collection the are Nelson speeches.

Everatt, David

World Conference on Religion and Peace

Collection of the conference on religion and peace includes a text of Mandela’s speech with religious leaders on the morals summit and attendance list.

South African Congress of Trade Unions (SACTU)

Speech at opening of 5th World Parks Congress, 8 September 2003

  • ZA COM MR-S-1009
  • Item
  • 2003-09-08
  • Part of Speeches

Opening of 5th World Parks Congress "Benefits Beyond Boundaries" ;The 5th World Parks Congress was to have been held in 2002 but was postponed on request by the South African Government because South Africa was hosting the World Summit on Sustainable Development. Mandela, and Her Majesty, Queen Noor of Jordan were both Patrons of the Congress.

Mandela, Nelson Rolihlahla

Nelson Mandela Bridge in Newtown, Johannesburg

The largest cable-stayed bridge in South Africa (284m). Links the cultural precinct of Newtown with other key areas identified in the inner city renewal project of the City of Johannesburg. The bridge was opened by Nelson Mandela in 2003. It won an award for outstanding civil engineering achievement by the South African Institute of Civil Engineers (SAICE).

Struggle Veterans Luncheon, 2003.05.16, Sandton: [Set of 374 Still Images]

Nelson Mandela Foundation and representatives from various political parties paying tribute to veterans of the liberation struggle at a special luncheon in Sandton, Johannesburg. In celebration of South Africa's struggle for liberation and democracy and to remind South Africans once in a while to stop, pause and give thanks to veterans of our struggle.

Fish, Trevor

Unveiling of the Nelson Mandela Statue at Nelson Mandela Square in Sandton, Johannesburg

281 Digital photos of the Unveiling of the statue at Nelson Mandela Square in Sandton, Johannesburg, with, among others, MC Basetsana Kumalo, Ndileka Mandela, Zindzi Mandela, Amina Cachlia, John Samuel, Miss Teen SA 2003, a school choir, Mac Maharaj, Ahmed Kathrada, Gary Vipond (manger of the Square), and granddaughter Dorothy Mandela.

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Mandela Rhodes Banquet, 2003

  • ZA COM MR-S-993
  • Item
  • 2003-02-01
  • Part of Speeches

Banquet for Rhode Scholars - Rhodes Scholarship Centenary Celebration ; This is the prepared speech. It seems Mandela ad-libbed - see press report below:

Mandela adopts a softer approach on Iraq

Former foreign minister Pik Botha's intended role as a broker in Iraq gave Nelson Mandela the pretext he sorely needed at the week

Mandela, Nelson Rolihlahla

Address at International Women's Forum Conference

  • ZA COM MR-S-994
  • Item
  • 2003-01-30
  • Part of Speeches

Conference of the International Women's Forum ; This is the prepared speech. Mandela also ad-libbed as per the the following pess report:

Published on Thursday, January 30, 2003 by the Independent (Cape Town, South Africa)
All Bush Wants is Iraqi Oil, Says Mandela

Former president Nelson Mand

Mandela, Nelson Rolihlahla

H. K. Zulfikar

An interview with Nelson Mandela on Sports Hour, about the progress of South African sport and Mandela's love for sport.

South African Broadcasting Corporation [DO NOT USE]

Organisation of African Unity

The OAU was founded in 1963 to work towards unity and solidarity amongst African countries and act as a collective voice for the African continent. It worked towards the eradication of all forms of colonialism. The OAU's Coordinating Committee for the Liberation of Africa (Liberation Committee) organised diplomatic support and channeled financial, military and logistical aid to liberation movements. The OAU was disbanded in 2002 and replaced by the African Union (AU).

Ahmed Kathrada Collection

  • ZA UWCRIMA MR-RT-062
  • Collection
  • 1954 - 2002
  • Part of Rivonia Trial

This collection is in two accessions. The first accession contains mainly prison correspondence, study materials from jail, other manuscripts and documents from Kathrada’s prison years, a large number of ANC and other documents from the years following his release, as well as a number of books and artefacts. There are microfilm copies of the prison letters. The only material related directly to the Rivonia Trial in this section is 11. 5, a copy of part of the Rivonia Trial record signed by Mandela, Sisulu, Kathrada and Motsoaledi given to them after their move to Pollsmoor Prison.

The second accession consists of prison artefacts, correspondence, documents and study materials from imprisonment (1964- 1989), as well as records from his release reflecting a number of the positions he held in public office and his various interests (1989-2002). There are only a few items from the period prior to his imprisonment. Records related to the Rivonia Trial are: A2.8: part of Rivonia Trial record (unsigned and unbound) with Robben Island Prison stamp on it (Judgement); A1.6.3.10: Letter to The Head of Prisons Pollsmoor Maximum Prison requesting permission to spend his 60th birthday with Rivonia Trial colleagues (4 August 1989) and follow-up letter (20 August 1989); and B3.6.3: Information re documentary called "Rivonia" from 1990s.

Kathrada, Ahmed Mohamed (Kathy)

Kairos Collection

Kairos collection ranges from the year 1970- 2002. In the collection there is a list of banned individuals, political prisoners, letter from Winnie to Mary Benson presented at the United nations, free Mandela and all the other political prisoners detention and trials
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