Nelson Mandela Foundation discussion panel event held at the National Aids Conference in Durban. The panel featured Achmat Dangor, Zackie Achmat; Alan Whiteside; Desiree Daniels, Peter Piot, Mark Heywood and Doctor Helen Rees amongst others.
Youth dialogue focusing on the issues of violence and substance abuse. It included the popular South African group Mafikizolo, Sello Hatang (CEO NMF), Hayden Wright, Jijbez Vosloo, Naidoo, Sade Maokwena, Justine Arendse, Born Free (Band), Freddy Arendse (Founder School of Music) and the Deputy Minister of Arts and Culture Rejoice Mabudafhasi.
Dialogue on ART (Antiretroviral) Strategic Plan at the Nelson Mandela Foundation. The focus is on ART Delivery. With Deputy Minister of Health, Nozizwe Madlala-Routledge; Mrs Graça Machel; Dr Mothomang Diaho; Dr Faisel Randera; Naomi Warren; Mark Heywood (TAC); Dr Liz Floyd; Sibongile Mkhabela (NCMF).
Handover of Antiretroviral Therapy (ART) Delivery by the Nelson Mandela Foundation (NMF) in partnership with the Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), an international and independent medical humanitarian organisation.
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.
The Nelson Mandela Foundation (NMF) alongside the Ahmed Kathrada Foundation (AKF) and the Wits Centre for Diversity held a dialogue ‘Asikhulumeni nge race’ with representatives of student councils in higher education from across South Africa. The dialogue was part of a series of engagements with students on issues of race and identity in South Africa.
Dialogue by the ''Save the Children UK Foundation'' with representatives of government, civil society, schools and communities gathered in the small town of Clarens, the Free State, discussing how schools could care for children made vulnerable by poverty, HIV/AIDS and other causes. Schools visited during the dialogue were in Qwa Qwa.
Third Malibongwe dialogue with struggle stalwarts at the Turbine Hall in Johannesburg. The Malibongwe Dialogue, with and about stalwarts of the struggle for freedom, and the role that women played during those difficult, and often truly dark, years, achieved a remarkable level of candour, unmindful of organisational or ideological loyalties.
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.
Dialogue programme with theme ''Taking responsibility: Finding sustainable solutions to xenophobia'', co-organised with Ahmed Kathrada Foundation and the Hanns Seidel Foundation. Event held at the Nelson Mandela Foundation.
Dialogue programme and meetings of the African Women’s Development Fund (AWDF), a grant-making foundation which supports local, national and regional organizations in Africa working towards women’s empowerment.
Dialogue on revisiting the promise of a new South Africa. Can South Africa be free if women are not free? The dialogue was organised by Soul City and held at Nelson Mandela Foundation. Panelists were Mr Zane Dangor (United Nations Population Fund), Mr Mbuyiseni Ndlozi (Economic Freedom Fighter), Ms Anne Githuku-Shongwe and Ms Tamara Braam (Indepedent Gender Consultant).
A round-table discussion organised by the Nelson Mandela Foundation in partnership with the Support the Public Broadcasting Coalition (SOS) and Media Monitoring Africa (MMA) about issues surrounding the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC).
Public Dialogue organised by the Nelson Mandela Foundation (NMF), the Oslo Freedom Forum, Media Monitoring Africa and the Hanns Seidel Foundation with speakers, members of the audience and at the end of the series a tour of the archive.
Dialogue on 'Racism in a Digital Age'. Organised by the Nelson Mandela Foundation (NMF), the Atlantic Fellows for Racial Equity (AFRE), The Harvard University Centre of African Studies and the Hanns Seidel Foundation: dialogue held at the NMF with contributors and participants.
Nelson Mandela Debating Challenge. Six days event with students from schools in South Africa. This event is the result of a partnership between the Nelson Mandela Foundation and Tshimong, a social enterprise that trains high-schoolers in debating.
Photographs for the launch of the book Whiteness, Afrikaans and Afrikaners: Addressing Post-Apartheid Legacies, Privileges and Burdens followed up with a dialogue focusing into nation formation and identity in post-apartheid South Africa. The event was organised by the Mapungubwe Institute for Strategic Reflection (MISTRA) together with the Nelson Mandela Foundation
Photographs of the Post Nelson Mandela Annual Lecture Dialogue- Is “Inclusive Capitalism” a realistic economic vision for the future? With some of the audience members making comments and asking questions to the members of the panel
A dialogue on Reckoning with Reconciliation, marking the 20th Anniversary of the Truth & Reconciliation Commission Report being submitted to President Nelson Mandela. The dialogue was facilitated by Patronella Nqaba, and the main speakers were Chandre Gould, Noel Solani, Sylvia Graham, Imtiaz Cajee. Concurrently launching the: -Report: A Ground of Struggle-Four Decades of Archival Activism in South Africa by Dr Mbongeni Buthelezi -An online Archival resource-The Presidential Years launch by Tony Trew and NMF Archive team.
A roundtable dialogue dedicated to Madiba the Lawyer in which it unloaded the ethics and values that characterised his life and profession and its relevance for reshaping the ethical character of the legal profession today. The event was organised by the Nelson Mandela Foundation in collaboration with ProBono, the panellists were Lwando Xaso, Sahm Venter, and Albie Sachs. Participants of the dialogue where young South African lawyers. The dialogue started by the panellist discussing their own views on Nelson Mandela the lawyer then followed by the members of the audience interacting and asking the panellist questions.
Session one: A roundtable debate about the Expropriation without Compensation ignores threats to the property rights of the rural poor contained in bills before Parliament. The debate was facilitated by Sumaya Hendricks, and key speakers were Dr Annika Claasens and Mbhekiseni Mavuso.
Session two: screening of “This Land” documentary and dialogue on the future of land reform in South Africa, reflecting on the Constitutional Review Process and engaging with the proposed legislation. The dialogue was facilitated by Nokwanda Sihlali from the Land and Accountability Research Centre, the panellist were Emily Tjale, Constance Mogale, Mbhekiseni Mavuso, Nozuko Poni. The audience asked questions and made comments on the documentary.
A roundtable training session and Q&A held at the Nelson Mandela Foundation. The training session included a presentation that covered the following topics: Account management and optimization, Product best practice, Campaigning tips, Advertising on Twitter, Account Security, Trust & safety updates, and Twitter's work on the 'health' of the platform.
Dialogue on Narratives of Change reflecting on movements in SA facilitated by Nikwe Bikitsha, and the panellist were Adam Habib (Vice-Chancellor Wits University, author Rebels and Rage), Wandile Ngcaweni (Junior Researcher MISTRA, co-editor We Are No Longer At Ease), and Lovelyn Nwadeyi (AFRE Fellow 2019). Photographs of the panellist and the audience engaging.
Dialogue on Narratives of Change reflecting on movements in SA facilitated by Nikwe Bikitsha and the panellist were Adam Habib (Vice-Chancellor Wits University, author Rebels and Rage), Wandile Ngcaweni (Junior Researcher MISTRA, co-editor We Are No Longer At Ease), and Lovelyn Nwadeyi (AFRE Fellow 2019). Photographs of the panellist and the audience engaging.
The roundtable dialogue hosted by the Nelson Mandela Foundation in collaboration with the Public Affairs Research Institute (PARI) and the Wits History Workshop. The dialogue sought to discuss the origins of the Ingonyama Trust and its implications for the people of Kwa-Zulu Natal. The Ingonyama Trust is a land trust established before the first democratic elections in 1994 administered by the Zulu King.