The series consists of 31 photographs with Madiba and great-grandson Ziyanda Manaway taken on 10 September 2009 for the launch of the children's version of Nelson Mandela's autobiography, Long Walk to Freedom.
Photos of Healdtown College. In the Class photograph are, among others: Nelson Mandela (back row, fifth from the right), Myrtle Workman (white woman), Rev. Arthur Wellington (next to Myrtle), Rev. S. M. Mokitimi (next to Wellington), Jane Methola (next to Mokitimi) and Gilbert Nzimani (behind Mokitimi).
Signing of the MoU between the Nelson Mandela Foundation (NMF) and the Market Theatre Foundation (MTF) for the handover of the exhibition 'Between States of Emergency' with NMF staff, MTF staff and Photo Workshop students.
Nelson Mandela Institute for Education and Rural Development (NMIERD) aiming at creating a world in which all children have access to a good education. Events held in five different schools in several provinces around South Africa.
The Xolilizwe Sangoni Comprehensive High School was opened by Nelson Mandela in 1999. The photographs especially cover the vocational training sections. This formed part of the Nelson Mandela Institute for Education and Rural Development programme.
Schools opened by the Nelson Mandela Institute for Education and Rural Development (NMIERD) in Mthatha, South Africa, aiming at building sustainable rural education solutions and taking forward Mandela's Legacy in Education and rural development.
Rural Schools Development Programmes: Taking forward Mandela's Legacy in Education and Rural Development in Mthatha, South Africa. By the Nelson Mandela Institute for Education and Rural Development (NMIERD).
Interview on rural education program. The interview focuses on personnel, objectives,relationships and expectations on the how the program will impact education and schooling and how it will benefit education in the rural communities.
Two subseries of the opening of two Mandela Day Libraries by Breadline Africa: at Thabantsho Primary School in Senwabarwana and at Skeen Primary School in Alexandra, Johannesburg during the National Literacy Week.
The Nelson Mandela Foundation and Eqstra Fleet Management donated 10 braille copies of Long Walk to Freedom to the Prinshof School of the Visually impaired (Pretoria) as part of the International Mandela Day activities.
Interview of a nurse at the Lusikisiki clinic, a walk about in the area and an interview with one family affected by HIV/AIDS in Lusikisiki on how some discovered that they have the HIV virus and how they were treated by the community members who knew that the family is affected by the HIV virus.
The proceedings of the Nelson Mandela Foundation associated with TAC and Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) in the fight against HIV/AIDS at the Mantlaneni district in Lusikisiki. The program focuses on people coming to test and receiving counseling and getting education and the use anti- retrovirals. Community members speak about how they got tested and know about their HIV/AIDS status and about the staff shortage challenge in their local clinic.
Interview members of community who are living with HIV/AIDS in Lusikisiki and the reaction they get from members of their families when they discovered that they have the HIV virus. The interview also focuses on how they cope with other community members who living HIV/AIDS and how all of them are treated by the community.
5 folders, several with sub-folders with digital photos of (International) Mandela Day activities and events; also covering the Mandela Day social dialogue on mental health stigma. One folder contains 24 sub-folders (mainly low resolution files) and the other 4 folders together have 556 photos.
The Tenth Nelson Mandela Annual Lecture and activities with Mary Robinson, President of the Mary Robinson Foundation, Climate Justice and former President of Ireland. The theme of the lecture was “Freedom, Truth, Democracy: Citizenship and Common Purpose”.
Video on “A calling to care” a campaign started by Nelson Mandela to respond and act to the HIV/AIDS threat that is facing the country. Nelson Mandela travels through South Africa mobilising South Africa’s traditional community leaders to Care for the people who are affected or infected with HIV/AIDS. Nelson Mandela cautions that people should not discriminate or stigmatise people that are living with the disease and people must talk about sex with the children to make them aware of the dangers of HIV/AIDS in the fight against HIV/AIDS. The campaign focuses on traditional leaders and the role they can play to make the difference.
Media highlights of Nelson Mandela visiting different places in South Africa informing people about the Nelson Mandela Foundation HIV/AIDS programme - Mobilising United Action on HIV/AIDS.
HIV/AIDS calling to care for four key components. 1. Research 2. Treatment and Care 3. Reviews Education 4. Strong Integrated leadership. Nelson Mandela Foundation HIV programme, with Medisin Sans’ Frontier. The program focuses on ongoing counselling, testing and support in South Africa.
On 6 September 2014, right in the middle of National Literacy Week, students and educators at Skeen Primary School in Alexandra township, Johannesburg, celebrated the opening of the school’s Mandela Day container library. The library is the 49th facility of it kind to open since the launch of the Mandela Day container library project in 2012.
In the heart of the Limpopo farmlands, near the Botswana border, lies the village of Senwabarwana. The impoverished village (also known as Bochum), founded by businessman Stanley Thema, is one of the fastest-growing rural areas in South Africa. 147 learners attending Thabantsho Primary School have little choice but to walk kilometres every day just to get to class. Jade Orgill, Project Manager at Breadline Africa, reported that while she was setting up the school’s container library in preparation for the launch event, some Grade 7 learners explained to her that none of them had never seen a library before – and certainly not so many books in one place.
Scores of volunteers joined Vodacom staff at Vodaworld in Midrand assisting with the task of providing 17 000 food parcels for distribution to families in need. Volunteers came from, amongst others, the Nelson Mandela Foundation, Blue Bulls, Orlando Pirates, Gauteng Department of Education.
AIG Angel Wings Club, as part of its charity drive, donated toys, books and stationery, paid for by members of staff. The donation was channelled through the Nelson Mandela Foundation with clinical psychologist Jonathan Percale, CEO of Tara Hospital, Dr Florence Otienno and other senior staff presents.
Nelson Mandela Foundation HIV/ AIDS programme in Dzumeri clinic, Giyani Limpopo province. Interview of HIV/ AIDS counselors who share that female community members only come to the clinic for testing only when they are pregnant, when they discover that they are HIV positive they consult traditional leaders and stop coming to the clinic. A nurse gives interviewers a tour of the clinic and then takes them to one family that is affected by HIV/AIDS, both parents of the two children have died and the grandfather relates the challenges that he faces with the health of one of the orphans being infected by the virus.
The event was facilitated by Redi Tlhabi media personality, Oprah Winfrey and Graca Machel delivered a keynote address, followed by a conversation with Josina Z Machel, and Phumzile Mlabo-Ngcuka, an executive director of UN Women on their views relating to the dignity of women and a caring society that is equal and just to both men and women can be built.
The Nelson Mandela Foundation with the Graça Machel Trust, Kuhluka Movement, and Zoleka Mandela Foundation hosted an event as part of the "Remembrance period" to mark five years since Madiba’s passing and to recognize the 16 Days of Activism against Gender-based Violence.
The event aimed at focusing on purposefully create a caring society that prioritizes women and adolescents and creates the conditions for a dignified life, in a society like South Africa where the murder rate of women is three times the global average and 68.5% of women have experienced some form of sexual violence.
Photographs of a two day International colloquium-Listening to the Rivonia Trial: Courts, Archives and Liberation Movements, held at Nelson Mandela Foundation and IFAS - Institut Français d'Afrique du Sud.