GR Naidoo family visits Mandela on the occasion of the opening of the GR Naidoo exhibition. The photos are of individual family members greeting Nelson Mandela, group photos, portraits of Nelson Mandela, and Nelson Mandela looking at sketches of himself and GR Naidoo.
Service Radio RSA general- Class actuality- meeting between the SA government and ANC. Concept news conference in Pretoria after a meeting between the SA government. The ANC- concept news - conference in Pretoria after meeting between the South African Government and the African National Congress.
This collection provides primary source documents describing U.S. relationships to apartheid including implementation, enforcement, and violations of the U.N-sponsored sanctions against South Africa. Including the following that relate to the Rivonia Trial: -United States Embassy (South Africa) reports that the African National Congress (ANC) was created to carry out sabotage, stating that the arrest of Nelson Mandela occurred after he planned subversive activities (1962). -A memorandum issued by the Summit Conference of Independent African States held in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia (1963), agreeing to provide funding to help South African liberation movements and calling for the release from prison of Nelson Mandela, Robert Sobukwe and all other political prisoners. -A memorandum on the Rivonia Trial providing biographical information on the Rivonia Trialists, and in which Nelson Mandela argues that opposition groups resorted to armed struggle only after avenues for peaceful change were blocked (1964). -A report in which ANC and Pan Africanist Congress (PAC) leaders, including Nelson Mandela, Michael Harmel and Walter Sisulu are described as Communists, and documents presented during the Rivonia Trial are cited as evidence of the contacts between the ANC, PAC, the Communist Party of the Soviet Union and the Communist Party of the People's Republic of China (1964). -A memorandum of conversation in which Cecil Eprile characterises black leaders like Nelson Mandela as careless and prone to bad judgment (1965). -A cable relating to Resolution 473 of the United Nations Security Council urging South Africa to release all political prisoners, including Nelson Mandela (1980). -Biographic sketch information on Nelson Mandela provided by the US Department of State (1983). -A cable on the awarding of the international Simon Bolivar prize to Nelson Mandela by the United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) (1983). -Correspondence to the South African Ambassador to the United States, calling for the release of Nelson Mandela (1984). - A cable about the Johannesburg Star Newspaper reports that the arrest of Nelson Mandela 25 years ago occurred after he was betrayed by a US Central Intelligence Agency agent posing as a diplomat of the United States Consulate General in Durban (1986). - A statement in which Chester A. Crocker calls for the release of Nelson Mandela (1986). - A report in which the US Department of State Secretary of State's Advisory Committee on South Africa asserts that the first steps taken by South Africa must be the release of Nelson Mandela, Walter Sisulu, Govan Mbeki and all other political prisoners (1987).
The National Security Archive is a non-profit research institute and library providing public access to declassified government documents obtained through the U.S. Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). These are then published as declassified document sets (as this one on South Africa), are produced in microfiche, and digitised to become part of the Digital National Security Archive database which some universities subscribe to (Monash University in South Africa).
African Skies is a foundation for audio-visual archives and productions on Southern Africa. African Skies was founded in 1995, shortly after the first democratic elections in South Africa in 1994. The roots of African Skies can be found in the Dutch Anti-Apartheid Movement. The Dutch AAM facilitated and sponsored the foundation of African Skies.
One Law, One Nation: Conversation on the Constitution for the 15th Anniversary of the Constitution. The panel consisted of Yvonne Mokgoro, the former Constitutional Court judge, Leon Wessels, former Deputy Chairperson of the Constitutional Assembly, Wim Trengove QS, Lwando Xaso, former clerk of the Constitutional Court and the facilitator Nikiwe Bikitsha.
Handover of Antiretroviral Therapy (ART) Delivery by the Nelson Mandela Foundation (NMF) in partnership with the Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), an international and independent medical humanitarian organisation.
Dialogue between former combatants in the Balkans, Sarajevo. The organizers of the event were the Center for Nonviolent Action Sarajevo-Belgrade, Federal Foundation for the study of communist dictatorship, Archiv Bürgerbewegung Leipzig, Global Leadership Academy, and trips to Mostar and Sarajevo (Jablanica) tour on 8/9 June. Participants re: Dr. Anja Mihr (The Netherlands), Juriy Durkot (Ukraine), Verne Harris (South Africa), Chandre Gould (South Africa), Nenad Vukosavljevi? (Serbia) , Michael Parak (Germany) , Boro Kitanoski (Macedonia), Nicolas Moll (Bosnia-Herzegovina), Ivana Franovi? (Serbia), Adnan Hasanbegovi? (Bosnia-Herzegovina); Vesna Terselic (Croatia), Abdullah Ferizi (Kosovo), Jan Wesseler/David Graf (Germany), Resource person: Mirsad Toka?a (Research and Documentation Center Sarajevo).
The ADC operated from 1965 until about 1971. It supported Dr Neville Alexander and other political prisoners and their families in South Africa, and was active in Canada, Europe and the USA. It organised speaker tours and raised funds, also for the families of political prisoners.
Programmes and programme segments broadcast on channels such as ABC, CBC, CNN, NBC and Nightline. The archive only started recording US national news in 1968 so it doesn't cover the arrests and Rivonia Trial but rather material indirectly related to Rivonia through the Trialists. Includes footage and reports on: -Nelson Mandela's political imprisonment -Reports on Mandela and Walter Sisulu -The possibility of Govan Mbeki being released from prison. -Mandela's relocation to Victor Verster Prison -Visits to Mandela by Winnie Mandela and other family members -The possible role played by the Central Intelligence Agency in Mandela’s 1962 arrest -Interviews with Mandela about his prison years -A recording of Mandela’s Statement from the Dock at the Rivonia Trial
Opening of the exhibition “My Constitution”. With Deputy Chief Justice Dikgang Moseneke, Sello Hatang, the youth which participated in the exhibition and interviews, Elinor Kern, Denis Goldberg, Sahm Venter, Lunga Nene, and Berita.
Opening of the exhibition 'For Madiba with Love' by David Turnley at the Nelson Mandela Foundation. The event also marked the signing of a Memorandum of understanding between the Nelson Mandela Foundation and the National Library of South Africa for a de-acidification project to preserve Madiba's papers. The project is funded by the US Embassy. People featuring are Peter Magubane, Ahmed Kathrada, George Bizos, Barbara Hogan, the US Embassador to South Africa Patrick Gaspard, Steven van Zandt, MC Leanne Manas, Minister in the Presidency Trevor Manuel, African National Congress Deputy General Jessie Duarte, Thebe Foundation CEO Mokgethi, and Sello Hatang.