Correspondence re: Zindzi Mandela's admission to the University of Swaziland, 1981. Correspondence re: Channelling monies to Winnie Mandela. Correspondence re: disbursement in the State versus N.W. Mandela. Correspondence re: State vs. Zolile Sishuba and Winnie Mandela 1978 Correspondents are Ismail Ayob and Associated Messrs Miller and Co Merrs. Cole & Cole Correspondence mainly on fees and includes copies of charge sheets and affidavits File Mandela and Motlana vs. Matlare Correspondence summons judgment etc. in respect of defamation uttered by Dr. Matlare to the Collie Commission of inquiry during 1977. (1981). File Mandela, W banning order Correspondence, charge sheets, etc. re: Winnie Mandela's banning orders and the contravention of her banning orders, 1981. Key correspondents include Ismail Ayob and Associates and Merrs Miller & Co.
File on Zindzi Mandela (1984-1987) Correspondence on Monies advanced to her (E. Moosa) Memo re: police questioning of William Dibetle (1985) Passport application (Ismail Ayob and Associates) Winnie Mandela application for interdict against SA police Correspondence and memoranda, charge sheet re: Charges brought against Zindzi for travelling to and from Swaziland with a forged document (1982) mostly legal correspondence Legal correspondence re: Raid in Mandela home (1982) (Ayob) Application for restraining order against Patrick Moshidi (1984) including statement by Zindzi. Affidavit by Winnie Mandela, Azhar Cachlia and Ntozakhe Sishuba in this regard. Letter to Zami by Ismail Ayob (16 August 1984) on a number of matters including an article in Guardian newspaper, monies sent to Nelson Mandela, Dr Asvat having a story published by Alister Sparks (saying that the clinic run by Winnie was manned by Azapo); message for Zwelakhe Sisulu to contact Winnie an application by Winnie to move to Johannesburg; Winnie's nomination for the Politiken and Dagens Nyheters Freedom Prize; monies disbursed to family members; education of the children. Speech of acceptance of the prize prepared for Zeni to be given in Copenhagen (1984).
Collection of film and video recordings consisting of distribution prints and master materials (negatives, rushes, sound tracks and trims). The subjects covered include: Nelson Mandela's early views on the objectives of the ANC and the liberation struggle. The reception given to Mandela's rejection of the regime's offer of conditional release, read by his daughter Zindzi to a vast gathering in Soweto on 10 February 1985. Commentary from activists and family members, including Winnie Mandela. Prison conditions on Robben Island including Mandela's cell, the daily routine of hard labour, diet in prison, isolation and Mandela's transfer to Pollsmoor Prison in 1985. The impact of international campaigns for the release of Mandela, including footage of the Free Mandela Campaign Concert held at Wembley Stadium in celebration of his 70th birthday. The collection also includes interviews with Nelson Mandela, Winnie Mandela, Andrew Masondo, Jacob Zuma, Indres Naidoo, Philip Mathews, Mary Benson, Barbara Harmel and Barry Feinberg. It consists of both completed productions and raw footage.