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This Land Screening Summary

25 screenings of “This Land” documentary followed by dialogues in various areas in South Africa.

Plexus Films

Nelson Mandela Foundation in partnership with Thesele to assist with the food distribution network Each One Feed One, 2020.10.28, Mamelodi: [Set of 304 Still images]

  • ZA COM 0792
  • Series
  • 2020-10-28
Nelson Mandela Foundation partnered with Thesele to assist with the food distribution network Each One Feed One. The organisations visited two beneficiaries. Nelson Mandela Foundation Executive Officer Sello Hatang and Mandela day and Special Projects Director Yase Godlo and Thesele Co-founder and Chief Executive Officer Thabo Leeuw addressed the crowd. Distribution was done in Mamelodi for two beneficiaries.

Dakada, Mandlenkosi

Nelson Mandela signing the 'President's Bible'

  • ZA COM NMAP 2012/9
  • Series
  • 1994-05-10 - ?
Photograph of Nelson Mandela signing the President's Bible during his inauguration, 10 May 1994, Union Buildings, Pretoria, South Africa. Zenani Mandela stands behind him, as well as FW de Klerk and his wife. Signed by photographer William A. Br[?] (illegible).

William A (Br[?])

Mandela Remembrance Walk and Run 2018

  • ZA COM 0606
  • Series
  • 2018-12-09
Mandela Walk-5km and Run- 10km and 21km, the event it is about celebrating Nelson Mandela Legacy.

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Mandela Remembrance walk and run event in the Union Buildings, 2020.12.06, Pretoria: [Set of 255 Still images]

  • ZA COM 0822
  • Series
  • 2020-15-06
In celebrating the memory and legacy of Nelson Mandela, the Gauteng City Region, City of Tshwane in partnership with the Nelson Mandela Foundation hosted Mandela Remembrance walk and run event in the Union Buildings. The event was held virtually on Saturday 5 and Sunday 6 December, with just a small number of people observing all COVID protocols and gathering at the Union Buildings to do a symbolic 6.7 kilometre walk through the streets of Tshwane in his memory and also to remember all the lives lost globally to the Coronavirus in 2020.

Dakada, Mandlenkosi