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Awards, Events and Organisations named after Mandela
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Nelson Mandela Foundation opened in 1999 as Mr Mandela’s office when he retired as president

Until 2006 it focused on supporting a wide range of projects dear to Mr Mandela’s heart. In 2004 the Foundation established the Nelson Mandela Centre of Memory & Dialogue to promote Mr Mandela’s legacy. It contains an archive about the life and work of Mr Mandela which also attempts to provide links to the many other archival references to him and a Dialogue programme which seeks to foster Mr Mandela’s spirit of community and humanity in bringing people together to discuss a range of crucial issues facing South Africa and the world

Mandela Hall Shield (award)

Competition at Mandela Hall residence at Rhodes University. Residences compete against each other in various categories (sport, academic achievement, cultural events) to win the shield. The first competition was in 2004

Recognition certificate on the occasion of his visit to the Transkei in 1993 in recognition of his leadership qualities from the Chairman of the Military Council Major-General H.R. Holomisa

Certificate presented to Dr Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela on the occassion of his visit to the Transkei in 1993 in recognition of his leadership qualities and in commemoration of the award to him of the Nobel Peace Prize, South Africa

Chairmand of the Military Council Major-General HR Holomisa

Mague Number One Prestige Ubuntu Award

Award presented to Mr Mandela in recognition of the manner in which he has demonstrated the true spirit of Ubuntu from the Maditsela of Mageu Number One, the Premier of North West Province Popo Molefe and Managing Director kobus van Graan, South Afri

Maaditsela of Mageu, Premier of NW Province and Managing Director

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