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Nelson Mandela meets Samuel Baloyi, 2007-2008, Houghton: [Recorded Event]

Video Nelson Mandela with Zelda la Grange briefing Madiba on who will be meeting him on the day. Madiba is scheduled to meet Samuel Baloyi, Mpho Mathibela one of the surviving siamese twin that were joined on the head and the Stengile family who had sent him one of his photo from Healdtown Madiba meets the Mozambican artist who handcrafted the a model of the first democratic South African cabinet. The style of art called Xikelekidana in Tsonga. The art was learned from Samuel Baloyi’s brother. Nelson Mandela tries to identify people who served in his first democratic cabinet of South Africa. Nelson Mandela and the artist Samuel Baloyi take photographs and Madiba thanks the artist for the work.

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Nelson Mandela receiving a visit from Peter Magubane, 2007-2008, Houghton: [Recorded Event]

Video on Nelson Mandela receiving photographic books from the photographer Peter Magubane. The books were previously banned by the then Apartheid government. Nelson Mandela and Peter Magubane share information on photos in the book and then more visitors arrive. Doctors who take care of Nelson Mandela change shifts and Nelson Mandela is introduced to Dr Peter Maboya who will be taking care of him when he leaves for Mozambique in the evening. Madiba prepares for messages that he will recorded for 46664 fundraising, thanking the universities of Michigan and Queens universities that will be recorded that day day.

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Nelson Mandela receiving a visitors, 2007-2008, Houghton: [Recorded Event]

Video on Laloo Chiba and wife Luxmi Chiba having coffee with Nelson Mandela. Nelson Mandela meets baby Mbiu and parents. Nelson Mandela meets Rick Stengel, his wife Mary Pfaff, Gabriel Stengel and Anton Stengel. Rick Stengel is the author who helped with Madiba with the writing Nelson Mandela autobiography of Long Walk to Freedom. Whitey Basson brings a gift of two shirts to Nelson Mandela and discusses a Checkers school initiative that supports 200 000 meals for schools in Koppies. Nelson Mandela then signs posters for the Childrens’ fund event.

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