Professor of Economics at the Paris School of Economics, Thomas Piketty, presenting the 2015 Nelson Mandela Annual Lecture at the University of Johannesburg’s Soweto Campus. Photos were taken before, during and after the lecture.
Social Cohesion dialogues on xenophobia with Albert Park community, Diepsloot community, Giyani community, Kamaqhekeza community, KwaLanga community, Leandra community, Nkomazi community, Soshanguve community as well as Yeoville community.
Research for the exhibition ''Nelson Mandela- Character, Comrade, Leader, Prisoner, Negotiator, Statesman''. Photographs of Mandela during his presidential years, with Archbishop Desmond Tutu and Mangosuthu Buthelezi; Angola Soldiers; Pollsmoor prison; COSATU.
Prince of Wales, Charles together with Duchess of Cornwall, Camilla Rosemary's visit to the Nelson Mandela Foundation. Verne Harris, head of Memory Programme at the Nelson Mandela Foundation shows Duchess of Cornwall and Prince of Wales early photos of Nelson Mandela and other items from the archive.
Gogos for Mandela" visiting the Nelson Mandela Foundation. The Vakhegula Vakhegula Football Club, popularly known as Gogos for Mandela", are a group of South African grannies aged between 49 and 84 who have their own football league in the rural province of Limpopo.
Photographs of King Kong musical, a South African Jazz-influenced musical that played an extraordinary role in enhancing collaboration between black and white South African in the international entertainment field, and as a direct challenge to apartheid. Photographs of Chief Albert Luthuli, Albertina Luthuli, Robert Sobukwe, Ahmed Kathrada,
The Cotton On Foundation, in partnership with the Nelson Mandela Foundation and the Department of Basic Education (DBE) handed over a Mandela Day Container Library to the Batsogile Primary in Klipspruit-Soweto, Johannesburg. Batsogile Primary was the 5th school to receive a library.
The Nelson Mandela Remembrance Walk which traced Nelson Mandela's passage through Tshwane (Pretoria) to his last resting place. The Walk started at Freedom Park and moved through Kgosi Mampuru Correctional services to Church Square, all the way to Lillian Ngoyi Square, and ended at the Union Buildings.
Photographs of the stadium, and stands with Nelson Mandela merchandise. Photographs of the Centenary Annual Lecture with guests arriving, group photos with Barack Obama, the audience and all the speakers.
C3.1 Incomplete Afrikaans letter to Jakes Gerwel from unknown sender 1998 C3.2 Letter to Jakes Gerwel from Floris Brown, 10 June 2002 2002 C3.3 Letter from Jakes Gewel to G Barnes and Son re unfinished renovations at his home 2002 C3.4 Letter from Jakes Gerwel to Vodacom regarding hands-free kit 2004 C3.5 Letter extending Jakes Gerwel's membership of the Nelson Mandela Museum Council 2002
Nelson Mandela Foundation staff having coffee and conversation with Eleonora Cost and her sister . NMF Archivist Zandile Myeka gave them a tour of the archive and Ann-young the NMF Exhibitions Co-ordinator gave them a tour of the temporary and permanent exhibitions.