The Nelson Mandela Foundation invited Chief Khosi Vho Ravele R.R., five learners and five coordinators from Maulume Village to visit the Nelson Mandela Foundation and other legacy sites within Johannesburg. The trip was to give the learners an opportunity to learn about the history of their country as future leaders.
Highlights: Tour of the NMF Centre of Memory, Apartheid Museum, Constitution Hill, Liliesleaf Farm, Hector Pieterson Museum & Vilakazi Street. Insightful engagements in the Centre of Memory about societal issues. Presentation of a vegetable and macadamia oil farming proposal. Exchange of gifts between the Chief and Nelson Mandela Foundation Chief Executive.
Nelson Mandela Foundation in partnership with Habitat for Humanity and the Department of Human Settlements honouring Nelson Mandela legacy by building 100 homes for 100 families across three regions; Western Cape, Gauteng and KwaZulu Natal. The photographs show the Nelson Mandela Foundation Board of Trustees and Staff member helping with building the house.
"How well has Finance Minister Trevor Manuel played the hand which the South African economy has dealt him since 1996? Has there been any other way to play it? How does Manuel rank as a finance minister? What are South Africa's future economic prospects? These are some of the questions this volume seeks to answer.
A group of top economists, financial journalists and political analysts examine Manuel's successes and achievements as finance minister into an economic and political perspective. Manuel's term of office has coincided with major events and developments in the South African economy, which call for an authoritative but readable evaluation.
This study, which will be of absorbing interest to business people, students of the economy and general readers, has as both editor and contributor the well-known economist Professor Raymond Parsons, currently at the University of Pretoria. He is also the author of two previous books, The Mbeki Inheritance: South Africa's Economy 1990-2004 and Parsons' Perspective: Focus on the Economy."
There are no images of the concert but photo opportunities with Mandela, press conference as well as activities by the artists. The concert itself was on the 1st of December 2007. The photographs are mainly organised by photographer, the copyrights vary.
This collection is made up of all the videos. audio and photographic material from the 46664 campaigns, concerts and birthday messages to Nelson Mandela. The first concert was held at Green Point Stadium in Cape Town, South Africa on the 23 of November 2003. The second concert was held at Fancourt country club and golf estate in George, Western Cape, South Africa on the the third was a two day Festival in Spain Madrid The fourth one was held in London Hyde Park in 2008, In the 2009 the concert was held at the Radio city hall in New York . The celebration included Nelson Mandela's birthday celebration and the launch of the international Mandela day as July the 18th was recognised as a day dedicated to serve others in one community. .
This item consists of a series of the 46664 HIV/AIDS campaigns and concerts held from 2003 up to 2008. The first concert was held in Cape Town, followed by the one in George, the next was held Tromso, Spain, then Hyde Park, London, this was followed by the Johannesburg one and then the last one was held in New York. The performance was by the South African and the international artists from all performing from the year 2003 up to 2008.
"The concert" was the first 46664 concert, this was held in Greenpoint stadium Cape Town, South Africa. Recorded from videotapes from 46664/1 to videotape 46664/55. The videotapes are in folders 1 and 2. Each videotape is recorded in three formats. The first format being the use copy MP4. format followed by the MOV. format which has a higher quality followed by the MXF which is broadcast quality. The reason for this is to provide for use copies and also to provide for broadcast quality whenever it is needed.
46664 HIV/AIDS awareness campaign Concert, held at Green Point Stadium in Cape Town, South Africa. Beyonce performing on stage, with Oprah Winfrey seated next to Nelson Mandela, Graca Machel all enjoying the music. Crowds also enjoying the music.
46664 HIV/AIDS campaign concert, held in 2003 at Green Point Stadium in Cape Town, South Africa. Nelson Mandela reading his speech A video of President Bill Clinton played whereby he is giving support for the campaign.
46664 HIV/AIDS campaign concert, held in 2003 at Green Point Stadium in Cape Town, South Africa. All the performing artists gathered on stage singing together ''its a long walk to freedom-46664'', and the crowd waving hands.
46664 HIV/AIDS awareness campaign concert, held in 2003 at Green Point Stadium in Cape Town, South Africa. Peter Gabriel and Soweto Gospel Choir singing a tribute song for Steve Biko, a South African anti-apartheid activist.
46664 HIV/AIDS campaign concert, held in 2003 at Green Point Stadium in Cape Town, South Africa. Video clips of Reverend Jesse Jackson and President Bill Clinton played, Backstage interviews with the artists, sound and band teams setting up at the stage. Artists perform.
46664 concert held in Green Point Stadium, Cape Town on the 29th of November 2003. Beyonce Knowles in collaboration with the edge and Bono, Nelson Mandela addressing the audience, and many more performances by a variety of artists, including Yvonne Chakachaka, Bongo Maffin, Johnny Clegg, among athers.
This item consists of the 46664 HIV/AIDS campaign concert, held in 2003 at Green Point Stadium in Cape Town, South Africa. All the artists gathered on stage singing ''Nelson Mandela-46664'', waving hands.
46664 HIV/AIDS campaign concert, held in 2003 at Green Point Stadium in Cape Town, South Africa. Video clips with messages from President Bill Clinton and Reverand Jesse Jackson in the fight against HIV/AIDS. Nelson Mandela addressing the audience.
46664 concert held on the 19th of March 2008 at Fancourt Country Club and Golfing Estate, in George, South Africa with artists like Johnny Clegg and Juluka, Queen, Katie Melua, Annie Lennox, Prime Circle, Paul Rodgers. Will Smith was the host.