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.
Afrapix was a documentary photographers' collective established by a small group of black and white photographers and political activists in 1982. It played a seminal role in the development of a socially informed school of documentary photography in apartheid South Africa. The group produced some of the most compelling photographic statements on apartheid and the popular uprising in the 1980s.Some nine photographers are represented in this small collection.
Dialogue programme and meetings of the African Women’s Development Fund (AWDF), a grant-making foundation which supports local, national and regional organizations in Africa working towards women’s empowerment.
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”.
The 14th Nelson Mandela Annual Lecture 2016 was delivered by Bill Gates on the eve of International Mandela Day at the University of Pretoria’s Mamelodi Campus. Bill Gates, co-chair of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, addressed the theme “Living Together” in his lecture.
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 by the ''Save the Children UK Foundation'' with representatives of government, civil society, schools and communities gathered in the small town of Clarens, the Free State, discussing how schools could care for children made vulnerable by poverty, HIV/AIDS and other causes. Schools visited during the dialogue were in Qwa Qwa.
Mandela sewing clothes,talking to Walter Sisulu and prinoners in the courtyard. The visit to the Island was during 1964, after the London Daily Express was granted permission by the South African government.
Series of conversations launched by the Nelson Mandela Foundation focussinged on the creation of social cohesion in communities where xenophobic violence is a problem. The conversations were facilitated by Bea Abrahams and Ken Mutuma.
Two sub-series of photos taken during the National Mourning period after the passing of Nelson Mandela in Vilakazi Street, Soweto Johannesburg and on and around Nelson Mandela Square in Sandton, Johannesburg. Several photos have also been taken at NMF permanent exhibition space.
Photos of a dialogue held at Glenhove Conference Centre, Johannesburg, facilitated by the Nelson Mandela Foundation in partnership with Brand South Africa. Africa-European economic relations and the challenge of overcoming financial and political alienation was the focus of the dialogue. Participants included Finnish Minister of European Affairs and Foreign Trade, Dr. Alex Stubb, who led the discussion, and Master of Ceremonies for the event, Dr.Petrus de Kock from Brand South Africa.
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.
The Government of India donated two million rand to the Nelson Mandela Foundation. The decision to make the donation was made following the visit to South Africa by Prime Minister of India H. E. Mr. Narendra Modi in July 2016
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.
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.
Four sub-series of photos taken during the 10 days of National Mourning after the passing of Nelson Mandela. The sub-series are taken in Cape Town, Houghton, at the Nelson Mandela Foundation, in Mthatha and in Qunu.
Students of the General Smuts High School holding panels which make up a photograph of Nelson Mandela. Students forming the South African flag by the colours of their t-shirts. The smaller photographs are duplicates.
Files of the legal firm Frank, Bernadt & Joffe concerning certain legal matters pertaining to its client, Mr. Nelson Mandela, between 1966 and 1990. These papers detail examples of his endeavours to secure rights for prisoners through challenging the legality of acts carried out by prison officers, his opposing of the state's attempt to have him struck off the role of attorneys, family-related matters, etc.
Three (3) sub-series of photographs by Ilan Ossendryver. 1. Photos of Nelson Mandela and family took after the press conference in Soweto, probably on 13 or 14 February 1990, just after his release. Photos are taken in the front of his house with nurses greeting him, schoolgirls at the fence. Portraits and full photos of Mandela standing with a raised fist. Close-ups of Mandela with Zindzi Mandela and baby and Winnie Madikizela-Mandela. Murphy Morobe and Zwelakwe Sisulu are also in the photos.
2. Photos of Nelson Mandela casting his vote at the at the voting station in Houghton, Johannesburg. Zindziswa Mandela is in the photos.
3. Photos of Nelson Mandela attending Arbor day in Soweto holding a spade and planting a tree. Machel, Graça both seated greeting children dressed in green Arbor week T-shirts and yellow hats. Ahmed Kathrada is also in the photos.
Nelson Mandela Debating Challenge. Six days event with students from schools in South Africa. This event is the result of a partnership between the Nelson Mandela Foundation and Tshimong, a social enterprise that trains high-schoolers in debating.
The series consists of 379 photographs taken on 16 April 2007 in Mvezo, South Africa, of Mandla’s installation as Chief, with Mandla Mandela, members of the family, the ceremony where he was inducted, friends and dignitaries. Included are photographs of the landscape and the surroundings around Mvezo.