Nelson Mandela Foundation staff activities for the International Mandela Day at Ebenezer, a home for children in Walkerville. The activities of the day included cleaning, working in the bakery, working in the garden, reading to babies and children, and singing.
Launch of the "Play your Part" Campaign by the International Marketing Council (IMC) at the Nelson Mandela Foundation. The launch was during a joint media event between the IMC and the NMF, announcing IMC’s contribution to the Nelson Mandela 67 Minutes of Service Campaign.
Scores of volunteers joined Vodacom staff at Vodaworld in Midrand assisting with the task of providing 17 000 food parcels for distribution to families in need. Volunteers came from, amongst others, the Nelson Mandela Foundation, Blue Bulls, Orlando Pirates, Gauteng Department of Education.
The 3rd consecutive Nelson Mandela Day Marathon was held on 31 August 2014 under the rules of IAAF, AIMS (Association of International Marathons and Distance Races Distance), and the KZN Athletics Club. The event has 3 races categorized. It starts at the Manaye Hall in Imbali and finishes at The Nelson Mandela Capture Site, Howick. The above-mentioned races each meander through the beautiful breathtaking landscape of uMgungundlovu District Municipality passing historic sites along the way and ending at the Nelson Mandela Capture Site. Runners who complete the race were awarded a unique Nelson Mandela Marathon medal which is symbolic of the day South Africa gained its freedom.
The strategic stakeholders session and International Mandela Day launch at the Nelson Mandela Foundation. Partnering with the Nelson Mandela Foundation, from left: Luvuyo Mandela (Mr Mandela's great-grandson), Tim Smith (Breadline SA), Sello Hatang (Nelson Mandela Foundation CEO), Dr Nosipho Mngomezulu (Rhodes University), Mark Mdlela (Kaya FM) and Tshepo Ramodibe (Vodacom).
Happy Science, a Tokyo-based international religious organisation, handed over a Mandela Day Container Library to Tshifudi Primary School in Tshifudi Village, Vhembe Municipality, Limpopo, in partnership with the Nelson Mandela Foundation (NMF). After the passing of Mr. Nelson Mandela, Happy Science established HS Nelson Mandela Fund as its internal fund in order to advance in the will of Mr. Mandela; aiming to nurture future leaders of the world and support people who cannot receive education due to poverty, or racial, gender and caste discrimination, people who are opposed by their government and people who cannot receive medical treatment.
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.
Mandela Day activities at the Dr Mathole Motshekga Primary School with Nelson Mandela staff, Graça Machel, P&G staff and Robyn Hills from food and trees for Africa: gardening and upgrading the building
Food distribution to the community of Orange Farm by Sello Hatang, Kaizer Motaung, USAID, Imbumba Foundation and Thebe Foundation. Sello Hantang, Kaizer Motaung Junior and, Premier of Gauteng David Makhura engaging with the media and the community members.
Each One Feed One-second distribution to Linchtenburg community, North West Province. Mr Sello Hatang in conversation with community young boy and girl, and helping with sorting and carry of food parcels together with NMF team and volunteers.
Nelson Mandela Foundation in partnership with AECI limited distributing food parcels to needy community members, also donating water tucks in Matsila Village, Borehole, Limpopo. The executive officer of Nelson Mandela Foundation Sello Hatang pushing the water tanks and AECI representatives and amongst the volunteers was Ndivhudzannyi Ralivhona, known as “Makhadzi” a South African singer.
Each One Feed One distribution to needy community members in Tladi, Soweto by Nelson Mandela Foundation Chief Executive Sello Hatang, Mandela Day and Special Projects Director Yase God and NMF volunteers.
A donation handover by the American Tower Foundation to the Nelson Mandela Foundation. Each One Feed One distribution to the community members of South Hills in Johanessburg. Nelson Mandela Foundation Chief Executive Sello Hatang, Yase Godlo Director of Mandela Day and volunteers helping with sorting and carrying food parcels to old and needy community members houses.
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.
The Nelson Mandela Foundation distributing solar lanterns to Kwa-Zulu Natal communities donated by Panasonic. Yase Godlo Director of Mandela Day and Special Projects and Joe Ditabo Facilities Supervisor at the Nelson Mandela Foundation addressing and educating the communities’ members on how to utilise the Panasonic solar lanterns.
Nelson Mandela Foundation team with former Miss Universe, Zozibini Tunzi and reigning Miss SA, Shudufhadzo Musida visited Ikageng Youth Centre to share efforts of relief with vulnerable families that continue to battle hunger exacerbated by COVID19 and the recent unrest in communities in and around Soweto and helping with the clean-up work in Soweto.
Each One Feed One distribution to needy community members in Songozima, KwaZulu-Natal by the Nelson Mandela Foundation in partnership with the Beast Foundation and Hulamin. The distribution took place at Kwakhetha Primary School where the Nelson Mandela Foundation Chief Executive Sello Hatang and other stakeholders addressed the pupils and community members.
The Nelson Mandela Foundation in partnership with Naspers distributed food parcels at Sing for Africa Early Childhood Development Centre in Cape Town. The Nelson Mandela Foundation Chair of Trustees addressed the community members and viewed the facility.