Promotion footage on the work of the Nelson Mandela Foundation, focusing on social challenges such as Education, Rural development, Youth development, HIV/AIDS, infrastructure development as well as dialogue.
Video about Sanlam Ubuntu/Botho presentation to the Nelson Mandela Foundation with a donation of R3 million and an uBuntu/Botho award to Mr Nelson Mandela. Sanlam chair persons Mr Roy Andersen and Mr Patrice Motsepe, Sanlam CEO Dr Johan Van Rooyen. Traditional leaders Kings Ngcamashe and Ndamase, Chiefs Sigcau, Moloto, Suping and Ngwekazi
Nelson Mandela message recording for the Monaco United for better world charities. Mentions the specific work done by the three Mandela charities and says that the united for a better world charities will be helping each of these three Nelson Mandela charities that have been mentioned to continue their work into the future
Video on Bill Clinton at the Nelson Mandela Foundation. Bill Clinton address on collaborative work with Nelson Mandela from peace keeping in Burundi, AIDS work and the impact and of ordinary people towards community involvement in civil projects. Mandela Foundation.
Funeral proceedings of the of little Zenani Zanethemba Nomasonto Mandela held at St Stithians College. Mandela family from right to left – Nelson Mandela Graca Machel, child, Casey Moyo the late Zenani jnr Mandela’s dad, Zoleka Mandela Zenani jnr Mandela’s mother , Zindzi Mandela grandmother of Zenani jnr Mandela, Winnie Mandela great grandmother of , and Zenani Mandela sister to grandmother Other places in the church Kweku Mandela, Mandla Mandela, Andile Mandela, Ndileka Mandela, Ziyanda Manaway and Tukwini Mandela Zaziwe Mandela, Ndaba Mandela, Josina Machel, Luvuyo Mandela Choirs Imilonji ka-Ntu, Soweto Gospel choir and St Stithians choir.
Nelson Mandela recorded message at the Nelson Mandela Foundation that the three Charities bearing the Mandela name will use the 90th birthday year will be used for fundraising. Talks about the Hyde park Concert to be held in London. Further details will be found in the 46664 website
Planning and preparations for Nelson Mandela statue unveiling. Bobby Heaney , Richard Attenborough and Wendy Woods, prepare and produce a documentary named the return of Mandela. Achmat Dangor and Zelda la Grange meet and discuss with them at Parliament square before for the unveiling of the statue. The return of Mandela documentary is shown before the arrival of Nelson Mandela and Graca Machel who share the stage Richard Atteborough, Gordon Brown, Wendy Woods and Ken Livingstone.
Footage of Bree primary school under 12 soccer team with principal Dave Kallicarran and soccer manager Abdul Samad, meet Nelson Mandela at the Nelson Mandela Foundation prior to the team representing South Africa at Danone Nations Cup in France. The team members are introduced individually to Nelson Mandela and receive gifts of Comic books from the Nelson Mandela Foundation and then there is a photo with opportunity with Nelson Mandela.
Proceedings of a three day conference Speak truth to power held at Wits University Law School. The conference or forum has been attended by human rights activist from all over the world. There is also a book published by the human right activist Kerry Kennedy aimed at educating young people to value their human rights.
Nelson Mandela message on the 46664 CD endorsement. The CD was produced from the 46664 concert held in Cape Town. Nelson Mandela explains that the proceeds from the sale will benefit the endorsement of the HIV/AIDS campaign.
Video on promotional material for fundraising for the Nelson Mandela charities. Nelson Mandela's Retiring from Retirement announcement “Don’t call me, I’ll call you''. Three foundations to carry out the work. Drafts and final cut of various clips include the retiring from retirement speech and edited footage on the work of the Nelson Mandela Foundation, the Nelson Mandela Children’s Fund and the Mandela Rhodes Foundation.
Footage on SABC News showing clips of Nelson Mandela with traditional leaders throughout the nine provinces of South Africa talking about the stigmatisation of the disease. Holds a traditional leaders workshop on how to deal with HIV/AIDS. Nelson Mandela attending different events on HIV/AIDS programs as part of the fundation brief.
Video on Nelson Mandela meets the United States of America national team and Bafana-bafana with national coaches Pitso Mismane and Bob Bradley introducing the players. People Nelson Mandela, Zelda La Grange, Mpaki Pule from the Nelson Mandela Childrens Fund, Ndaba Mandela, Steven Pienaar and child. Photo opportunity with both teams.
Footage of Verne Harris Interviewing Madiba for the book launch of Prisoner in the Garden: Reflections on prison life. The interview focused on both Robben Island and Victor Verster the 1977 media visit.
Promotional video on the work of the Nelson Mandela Foundation beginning with Nelson Mandela saying he is retired from retirement and that his work need to continue through the support of the Nelson Mandela Centre of Memory dialogue.
Proceedings of the Nelson Mandela Rhodes Foundation forming partnership with Oxford University press and handover ceremony of donation to the Nelson Mandela Rhodes foundation. The signing ceremony was held in Nelson Mandela Foundation office in Houghton, Johannesburg. Shaun Johnson, Prof Jakes Gerwel and Dr John Hoods from the Oxford University Press.
Video on Convocation of Michigan State University upon awarding Nelson Mandela with an Honorary doctor of laws includes a Nelson Mandela’s acceptance speech, proceedings were held at the Breslin Centre at MSU.
The proceeding of the launch of "The Authorised Portrait" book. Professor Jakes Gerwel welcomes all visitors, Ahmed Kathrada and Trevor Manuel gives comments and input about the book and South African post-apartheid president Thabo Mbeki in attendance.
Footage on the proceedings of the launch of the exhibition and book Reflections in prison. In the same event Nelson Mandela receives the notebooks that mysteriously went missing after a raid in prison. Donald Card an official in prison returns them to Nelson Mandela at the Nelson Mandela Foundation offices in Houghton, Johannesburg.
Legacy dialogues: Legacy leaders and movements. People Verne Harris director of Archives and Memory, Interlocutor- Mac Maharaj, Panellists Hugh Macmillan and Dr Adeke Adebajo. Comments/Inputs /Questions Frene Ginwala, Zolile Mvunelo, George Bizos, Sophie Mokoena, Amukelani Hlavhano, Sipho Mkhwanazi.
Promotional video of Nelson Mandela focusing on the life changing milestones in his life. The quotes being the getting education, involvement in politics, imprisonment in Robben Island, release from prison, inauguration and oath of office and post presidency.
Proceedings of the FIFA press conference held at the Nelson Mandela Foundation with Tim Modise, Tokyo Sexwale, Danny Jordaan, and Jomo Sono. The press conference announces the FIFA campaign against racism such as Say No to racism and to celebrate Nelson Mandela's forthcoming 90th birthday in 2018. The game is to be held at New lands stadium in Cape Town. The match is going to be played by World 11 versus Africa 11.
International Federation of Association Football (FIFA)
Extract of a speech made by Nelson Mandela on the Campaign for breaking poverty at Trafalgar square London.There is a support for the call from several artists and entertainers also supporting the campaign.
Proceeding of the lecture Renaissance and Renewal: Towards a new world order. Lecture delivered by His Excellency Mr Nelson Mandela President of the Republic of South Africa at The Oxford Centre for Islamic studies in the Sheldonian Theatre, on Friday 11th July 1997 (NMS 488).
Video on proceedings of opening Nelson Mandela Centre of memory. Proceedings of the opening of the refurbished Nelson Mandela Centre of Memory building. People Gareth Cliffe, Sello Hatang CEO of the Nelson Mandela Foundation, Tokyo Sexwale – trustee of the Nelson Mandela Foundation, Greg Maloka Kaya FM MD, Jurgen Screiber, Mokgethi Tshabala Thebe investment, Graca Machel, Margaret Byrne Sunderland AFC, Ambassador Patrick Gaspard, Alfred Nevhutula National lotteries board, Professor Njabulo Ndebele and President Jacob Zuma.
Proceedings of a tribute to Nelson Mandela after his passing. Event held at the Nelson Mandela Foundation. Speakers were CEO of the Nelson Mandela Foundation- Sello Hatang, Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa, Professor Njabulo Ndebele as well as Frene Ginwala.
Nelson Mandela Foundation dialogue on strategic plan of an HIV/AIDS in South Africa. The dialogue was held at the Nelson Mandela Foundation with minister Nosizwe Madlala Routlege. The dialogue was part of the process of reviewing the South Africa's national strategic plan on HIV/AIDS. Inputs from the participants were then submitted to the national department of health for review.
Nelson Mandela's 85th birthday celebration. Proceedings of Nelson Mandela's birthday interview with Francois Pienaar, De Klerk, Zelda La Grange, Adelaide Tambo and Oprah Winfrey. Nelson Mandela sitting with Graca Machel, Bill Clinton, among others. Programme directors were Basetsana Kumalo, Tim Modise, Prof Jakes Gerwel chair of the Nelson Mandela Foundation, as well and Khanyisile Dlomo- Mkhize. Mandela receiving videotaped birthday messages from Muammar Gaddafi, Kofi Annan, Anton Rupert, Anthony O Reilley, Hugh Masekela, Bill Cosby as well as Evita Bezuidenhout. Music entertainment by Sibongile Khumalo, Dorothy Masuku and Yvonne Chakachaka. Poetry by Don Mattera.
Proceedings of a press conference on A dream for Africa campaign launch. A partnership between the Nelson Mandela Foundation, UNICEF and the Humberg Society. The initiative is focusing on education and challenges that are faced by vulnerable children in a war torn areas, those affected by poverty and many other socilal ills that negatively impact on schooling and education. In the conference there is a recording of Nelson Mandela where Madiba mentions that no children in Africa or anywhere in the world should be denied education. The campaign will be in South Africa, Angola, Malawi,Mozambique, Rwanda and Zimbabwe.
Nelson Mandela we salute you promo on South Africa. The promo is showing the South African defiance campaign, women participating and singing during the women’s anti-pass campaign, and the Freedom charter in Kliptown. The promo proceeds to the transition phase in South Africa and through to democracy where Nelson Mandela is being sworn in as the first president of the democratic South Africa. Madiba saluting South Africans for making democracy a reality.
Proceeding of a book launch Tracing the unbreakable thread, held at Constitutional Hill, by South African History Archive in partnership with the Nelson Mandela Foundation and Hanns Seidel Foundation. People Julie Fredrickse, panellists Ms Obenewa Amponsah (CEO, Steve Biko Foundation), Mr Neeshan Balton (CEO, Ahmed Kathrada Foundation), and Mr Sello Hatang (CEO, Nelson Mandela Foundation).
Documentary on South Africans in support of sanctions against Apartheid South Africa, Denis Goldberg Cyril Ramaphosa, Boesak Allan and Bishop Desmond Tutu calling for sanctions Against Apartheid South Africa because money made from the fruit exported from South to Britain and America being used to fuel the killings in South African black townships.
Nelson Mandela conferred with the honorary degree of doctor of humane letters by the University of Massachusetts at the Nelson Mandela Foundation. A delegation of the University of Massachusetts came specifically to award the degree to Nelson Mandela
The proceedings of a press conference on ''A dream for Africa" a joint effort by the Nelson Mandela Foundation, United Nations Children's Emergency Fund and Humburg Society for the promotion of Democracy and international law on developing child friendly schools in Angola, Malawi, Mozambique, Rwanda, South Africa and Zimbabwe. Mmakano Marojele programme manager of the NMF directing programme for the day, address by John Samuel CEO of the Nelson Mandela Foundation , Per Engebok UNICEF Regional director and Peter Kraemer Humburg society for promotion of democracy and international law.
Part two of the proceedings of a press conference on A dream for Africa a joint effort by the Nelson Mandela Foundation, United Nations Children's Emergency Fund and Humburg Society for the promotion of democracy and international law on developing child friendly schools in Angola, Malawi, Mozambique, Rwanda, South Africa and Zimbabwe. The end includes a clip of Nelson Mandela’s message on a dream for Africa.
Part 1 of the proceedings of a press conference on 'A dream for Africa' a joint effort by the Nelson Mandela Foundation, the United Nations of Children's Emergency Fund and the Humburg Society for the promotion of Democracy and international law on developing child friendly schools in Angola, Malawi, Mozambique, Rwanda, South Africa and Zimbabwe. Mmakano Marojele programme manager of the Nelson Mandela Foundation directing programme for the day, addressed by Chief Executive Office of the Nelson Mandela Foundation of the time John Samuel, Per Engebok of the United Nation Children's Emergency Fund regional director and Peter Kraemer Humburg society for promotion of democracy and international law.
Proceedings of a symposium / workshop by Mandela and Shuttleworth Foundations. The symposium was divided into two sessions the first session focused on searching for effective ways of assessing and measuring social change. It explored ways in which organisations in the non governmental sector can stop relying on donors and contribute to social investments. Different scenarios are explored on how to bring practices from the the corporate sector to the non corporate sector and be to bridge the gap between the haves and the have nots.
Proceedings of a meeting between Nelson Mandela Mosiuoa Terror Lekota the national executive of ex political prisoners and the business community. The meeting was organised to mobilise for support and fundraising initiatives for ex political prisoners who still live in abject poverty in South Africa. Part 1 and part 2.
Nelson Mandela Foundation promo on the work of Mindset an educational network on the launch of Mindset network. Mindest network is a project that aims to use technology for teaching and learning in schoold in South Africa and other parts of Africa.
Clips of Nelson Mandela with FW De Klerk, Nelson Mandela travelling throughout mentioning that as long as there are challenges in South Africa, that his long walk is not yet ended. Promo showing trustees Tokyo Sexwale, Mrs Irene Menell, Professor Jakes Gerwel and Nelson Mandela on the work of Nelson Mandela Foundation.
Nelson Mandela mentions that education and health are the most important things, building clinics and schools are important in the rural areas as they make sure that the rural community also enjoys the same facilities that are otherwise taken for granted by the people living in the urban areas. People- Nelson Mandela, the trustees Mrs Irene Mennel, Tokyo Sexwale and Professor Jakes Gerwel.
Handwritten by Laloo Chiba lyrics of two songs: That Lucky Old Sun [by Louis Armstrong] and Be Faithful Darling [Remember You’re Mine, Recorded by Pat Boone, written by Bernie Lowe and Kal Mann]. Reverse side - handwritten in pencil - calculations[?] by Mandela
Chapter 11 of the unpublished autobiography written on Robben Island. The chapter covers the breakaway faction that led to the formation of the Pan Africanist Congress (PAC), the Federation of Free Africans (FOFATUSA) and the formation of the Progressive Federal Party (PFP).
Chapter 12 of the unpublished autobiography written on Robben Island. It covers the period between 1960 and 1961, with increasing repression by the Apartheid government and the ANC going into exile and the formation of Umkhonto we Sizwe.
Chapter 17 of the unpublished autobiography written on Robben Island. In this chapter Nelson Mandela reflect on the events that led up to his imprisonment, his imprisonment and on some of his comrades.
Chapter 18 of the unpublished autobiography written on Robben Island. This chapter continues with his reflections and analyses the apartheid government. It also includes additional notes on his tour of Africa.
Chapter 2 of the unpublished autobiography written in Robben Island. It covers the period when he attends secondary school, his expulsion from the University of Fort Hare until he runs away to escape an arranged marriage.
Chapter 3 of the unpublished autobiography written on Robben Island. It covers the period when he arrives in Johannesburg until he meets Walter Sisulu and Gaur Radebe and joins the African National Congress
Chapter 4 of the unpublished autobiography written on Robben Island. It covers the period of his burgeoning political involvemnt, the formation of the ANC Youth League until the beginning of the Defiance Campaign of 1952.