Interview of Achmat Dangor, the CEO of the Nelson Mandela Foundation, for the e.TV program Inside Out on 1. The work of the Foundation 2. The Centre of Memory and Dialogue 3. The 7th Nelson Mandela Annual lecture 4. Nelson Mandela Day 5. 46664 6. Achmat Dangor's work as a writer.
The Nelson Mandela Foundation and the Socio-Economic Rights Institute of South Africa (SERI) organised an event to commemorate Mahlangu v Minister of Labour court case. In Mahlangu v Minister of Labour, the Court declared the constitutional invalidity of section 1(xix)(v) of the Compensation for Occupational Injuries and Diseases Act 130 of 1993 (COIDA), which excluded domestic workers employed in private households from the definition of "employee", thus precluding them from claiming from the Compensation Fund for work-related injuries, illness or death. Significantly, the Court also ruled that the order of constitutional invalidity is to have immediate and retrospective effect from 27 April 1994, which means domestic workers and dependants who have experienced work-related injuries, diseases or death as far back as 27 April 1994 are also able to submit claims.
One of the seminars on African Development: Forum of Thinkers with CONGAD (Council of non-governmental development support) and representatives of Civicus. Portraits, group sessions. 51 prints have not been numbered nor de-acidified.
Mthatha community conversation on the fight against HIV/AIDS, held at the Rotary Hall. Learners from different schools coming out in numbers to voice their issues. The conversation was facilitated by Lesley Nkosi and Paddy Nhlapo.
Facilitators of the community conversations on HIV/Aids issues are sharing their experiences, challenges and lessons learned during the review and refinement process. Facilitators from different regions putting their experiences on paper and posting them around the room in which the process was held in.
The Nelson Mandela Foundation hosting a two-day seminar to wrap up their two-year-long social cohesion programme. The seminar was an opportunity for the stakeholders to discuss the outcomes and the lessons learnt form the pilot programme.
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.
Legacy Dialogue about the relationship between Nelson Mandela and Fidel Castro, held at the Z.K.Matthews Great Hall at UNISA. With UNISA Vice-Chancellor Professor Mandla Makhanya, Cuban Ambassador Carlos Fernandes de Cossio, Barbara Masekela, Estela Bravo.
Kamaqhekeza community's commitment in a dialogue series, sharing ideas and engaging in different activities. These activities helped the participants to know each other better as South Africans and as non-South Africans.
Leandra community, a community fuelled by poor service delivery, poverty, xenophobic violence and a host of other challenges, addressing the challenges it faces and creating a better future for its members.
Dialogue on how the presence of immigrants and refugees shaped the changes that had taken place in Yeoville (a suburb of Johannesburg) and how these significant events had shaped the community's capacities to resolve challenges.
Series of conversations launched by the Nelson Mandela Foundation focussinged on the creation of social cohesion in communities where xenophobic violence is a problem. The conversations were facilitated by Bea Abrahams and Ken Mutuma.