In this, the opening of the Defence case, Mandela states that his experiences in South Africa and his pride as an African underlie his actions. He details how and why Umkhonto we Sizwe was formed and what its strategies were. He also responds to the allegations of the State one by one and includes an explanation of both his ideological influences and his ideals.
The photos are taken on 12 June 1964, the day of the verdict in the Rivonia Trial. Lionel Shapiro took the photos whilst studying at Wits and doing pictures once a week for the student paper. Nelson Mandela leaving court in a prison van, protestors, Winnie Mandela and Mandela's mother.
The collection consists of 4 photographs - LS001: Winnie Mandela and Mandela's mother, Nosekeni leaving court; LS002: June Mlangeni leaving the court; LS003: The trialists leaving court after the sentencing in a prison van. Mandela is the first person on the let in the van; and LS004: A supporter outside the court with placard "We are proud of our leaders".
Nelson Mandela's daughter Zindzi Mandela reads out his father's rejection letter, the 'My father says' speech, to a mass gathering in Jabulani Stadium, Soweto. This was when the then State President PW Botha offered Nelson Mandela his freedom on condition that he 'unconditionally rejected violence as a political weapon'.
Collection of historical photographs held by the Mayibuye Archives: Yusuf Dadoo and Joe Slovo in a march in London, 1963, in response to increasing repression against apartheid in South Africa and the arrest of Nelson Mandela and other comrades; Mandela with members of the National Liberation Front of Algeria in 1962; Mandela posing for a photo with Batshaka Cele, a relative of Winnie Madikizela Mandela.
Nelson Mandela during his 1962 trial for incitement and leaving the country without a passport. He was wearing beads and carrying the jackal skin kaross to emphasise his African identity. The photograph is a grab from a video.
Photographs were taken on the rooftop of flat number 13 Kholvad House, 27 Market Street, Johannesburg. The group photo is with from L to R: Yusuf Cachalia (SAIC), DU Mistry (SAIC), Dan Tloome (SACTU/ANC), Goolam Pahad (SAIC), OR Tambo (ANC), David Bopape (Transvaal ANC), Molvi Cachalia (SAIC).
'The Road to Democracy in South Africa' is a series of books published by the South African Democratic Education Trust (SADET). Volume 3 is dedicated to the International Solidarity movement and organisations. Volume 5 deals with the African Solidarity movement.
SAHA is a human rights archive located at Constitution Hill, Johannesburg. The Struggles for Justice Programme, though mainly concentrating on South African organisations and people, also contains materials of international AAMs.
The Historical Papers archive at the William Cullen Library, University of the Witwatersrand, holds many collections of historical, political and cultural importance. Within these collections are materials relating to the international AAMs.
The ISS has worked with the OAU and has, amongst others, released a CD-ROM containing all OAU Council of Ministers and Summit decisions, declarations and commitments from 1963 to 2001. The CD also contains the key documents for the following regional organisations: SADC, ECOWAS, IGAD and COMESA. It is a work in progress, and will be updated with documents from other sub-regional organisations and more recent documentation, as it becomes available.
- Nelson Mandela delivering cakes from Bafana Bafana and the Springboks to the Bonakele Hospice in Kew, Johannesburg, South Africa, August 2008. -Nelson Mandela with Albertina Sisulu meeting a writer of prize winning essay at the Nelson Mandela Foundation in Johannesburg, South Africa, September 2008. -Nelson Mandela meeting one of the children during a Reach for a Dream visit to the Nelson Mandela Foundation, in Johannesburg, December 06. -Family painting project for the Commemoration of the fall of the Berlin Wall at the Nelson Mandela Foundation in August 2009 -Nelson Mandela at 92, with children from Qunu and Mvezo at his Houghton home in Johannesburg.
Photos of Winnie Madikizela-Mandela and Nelson Mandela just after his release with one of their grandchildren in the garden of the house in Soweto,February 1990. Shots of Nelson Mandela at Arbor Week in Soweto, Johannesburg, September 2008.
Proceeding of a book launch Tracing the unbreakable thread, held at Constitutional Hill, by South African History Archive in partnership with the Nelson Mandela Foundation and Hanns Seidel Foundation. People Julie Fredrickse, panellists Ms Obenewa Amponsah (CEO, Steve Biko Foundation), Mr Neeshan Balton (CEO, Ahmed Kathrada Foundation), and Mr Sello Hatang (CEO, Nelson Mandela Foundation).
Nelson Mandela message on Emerging voices, a study that focuses on rural communities participating in highlighting the challenges that they are facing regarding rural schools and education. Madiba thanks the communities for their participation and mentions that education provides people with life skills that provide people with life changing opportunities. The study seeks to address and overcome the challenges in the quality of education that prevail in rural area and rural poverty as opposed to the urban areas. The message was first played in a rural education event in Limpopo
Video on Nelson Mandela birthday wishes for 1. Fidel Castro. Nelson Mandela mentions the role played by Cuba both in pre and post the struggle for liberation of South Africa. Nelson Mandela message wishing 2. Bill Clinton a happy birthday, congratulates Bill Clinton excelling in making creating a better life for all. 3. Message for the closing session of the Clinton global initiative 4. Message for the Mo Ibrahim in developing the new criteria for good governance for African continent leader who have the challenge to African communities from poverty 5. Message for the ASCCI presidential awards
Proceedings of an interview of Mr Ahmed Kathrada by Sahm Venter. The interview about his life, his involvement in the struggle against Apartheid, imprisonment, Robben Island, release and working for the African National Congress (ANC). The interviews starts with when Kathrada first received his drivers license driving people around and continues to his personal life his relationship with Sylvia, Bram Fischer,arrest, sentencing and being sent to Robben Island.
Proceedings of a three day conference Speak truth to power held at Wits University Law School. The conference or forum has been attended by human rights activist from all over the world. There is also a book published by the human right activist Kerry Kennedy aimed at educating young people to value their human rights.
Footage on the proceedings of the launch of the exhibition and book Reflections in prison. In the same event Nelson Mandela receives the notebooks that mysteriously went missing after a raid in prison. Donald Card an official in prison returns them to Nelson Mandela at the Nelson Mandela Foundation offices in Houghton, Johannesburg.
Youth dialogue by Dr. Mo Ibrahim, participants Luvuyo Mandela, Zengeziwe Msimang, Nelisiwe Fente, Thulani Madondo and Mandla Sibeko at the Maboneng precinct downtown Johannesburg, as part of the 11th Annual lecture dialogue conversation.
Women ‘s dialogue with Dr. Mo Ibrahim, Kave Bulambo, Ferial Haffajee, Nikiwe Bikitsha, Aisha Mohammed, Mrs Graca Machel, Mrs Zanele Mbeki held at Freedom Park as part of the Annual lecture dialogue conversation.
Black and white negatives from Rand Daily Mail and Sunday Times newspapers. Selected prints also available. Rivonia Trial photographs consists of: police roadblocks stopping people on their way to hear judgement (11 June 1964); crowds outside the court awaiting judgement; Winnie Mandela, Albertina Sisulu, Mandela's mother, Leslie Minford, Annie Goldberg, Hilda Bernstein arriving to hear judgement (11 June 1964); police and Winnie Mandela outside the courtroom, pictures of the accused (Mandela, Sisulu, Mhlaba, Mlangeni, Motsoaledi, Bernstein, Hepple, Kathrada, Mbeki, Goldberg) and others (Ben Turok, Moses Kotane, J B Marks, Tennyson Makiwane, Dr Arthur Letele, Joe Slovo). Also one picture of police at Liliesleaf Farm (PH2003-773).
The Mandela Legacy Cup: a public tribute that was held at Bidvest Wanderers stadium in Johannesburg . The Proteas played against the Springboks in a friendly cricket match with special performances from Johnny Clegg and Prime Circle, and public team signings to honour Madiba.
Day 1 session 1 discussion was based on the topic "Renaissance we are the ones we have been waiting for". Panelists- Patric Kabuya, Dumisani Nyoni, Ronnie Ntuli and Aicha Bah Diallo. Tea break, then after question and answer.
Video on Nelson Mandela, Zindzi Mandela visiting St Stithians school where Zenani Mandela junior who is Nelson Mandela ‘s great granddaughter studies. Nelson Mandela visits Zenani Mandela 's class with Zenani junior's grand mother Zindzi Mandela in the the class Zenani and three other read to Nelson Mandela, Madiba applauds the children, after reading and all the other children in the class come and shake his his hand and he asks them what they want to be when they grow up. Nelson Mandela then encourages the children to study in order to be leaders in their communities. He tells them that they cannot be leaders in South Africa and internationally without studying. Asks them to respect the old people. They sing a song dedicated to her and then he asks them to sing the national anthem before leaving.
Video on Nelson Mandela and Graca Machel on game drives in Shambala. There are two game drives the firstone has Nelson Mandela and Graca Machel together, in he next game drive Nelson Mandela and Graca Machel are with Josina Machel and 's son Fanon N'zanji Mucave Machel.
Nelson Mandela, Albertina Sisulu, Graca Machel and Bill Clinton visits the Walter Sisulu Paediatric Cardiac Centre for Africa situated in Netcare Sunninghill Hospital in Johanessburg. The Netcare Sunninghill hospital doctors explain the ailments and procedures performed to young patients.
Video on the audience listening to the audio of Nelson Mandela speaking on children, Nelson Mandela on announcing that the Mandela charities will continue with the works that he has started. Kim Porteus Achmat Dangor, Sibongile Mkhabela Nelson Mandela Jakes Gerwel Shaun Johnson, Chantal Cuddumbey each charity elaborates on how they will celebrate Nelson Mandela’90th programme for the 90th birthday year at Victory Theatre, Johannesburg.
Video on Nelson Mandela’s message to the company Johnson and Johnson South Africa that is celebrating seventy fifth birthday in South Africa. Mentions the community community programs that Johnson and Johnson South Africa is involved in and the donations to the Nelson Mandela children's fund wishing the company success.
Nelson Mandela birthday message to Auto General celebrating twent years in the insurance industry. Nelson Mandela congratulates Douw Steyn for the milestone and also thanking him for his hopsitality when writing his autobiography long walk to freedom, 2005.07.13, Houghton:
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.