Interview of Nelson Mandela with the British Minister of Sport Mr Richard Carbon. The minister congratulates South Africa on winning the 2010 soccer world cup bid.Thanks Nelson Mandela for supporting London for the 2012 Olympics. The minister requests for a message to support sports and then presents a soccer t.shirt gift signed by the British national soccer team including David Beckham In the message Nelson Mandela mentions that whether one understands the language or not, they can still participate in sports as long as they understand the specific sport and are healthy and willing to participate.
Nelson Mandela recorded message on A dream for schools for Africa campaign. The initiative of the NMF in collaboration with UNICEF and the Hamburg society . The campaign seeks to address the challenges on education by building child friendly schools for a better future for the children in Africa. Madiba mentions that no child in Africa, in fact no child anywhere in the world should be denied education. The special focus will be on girls, orphans and vulnerable children in six African countries Angola, Malawi, Mozambique,Rwanda, South Africa and Zimbabwe.
Interview on rural education program. The interview focuses on personnel, objectives,relationships and expectations on the how the program will impact education and schooling and how it will benefit education in the rural communities.
Proceedings of the launch of the photographic exhibition " Madiba Public and private" by the photographers Jurgen Schaderberg and Alf Kumalo and the book launch for " The Meaning of Mandela" published by the HSRC. Alf Kumalo shares with the audience on his experiences with Nelson Mandela and the family and later travelling with him on different trips. Jurgen Schaderberg shares his early memories of Madiba as the ANC volunteer in chief, as well as when Madiba was involved with other people participating in the defiance campaign. Xolela Mangcu shares with the audience on the book that he wrote.
Nelson Mandela message for Interpol general assembly and to Jackie Selebie being elected as the president of Interpol. Ask that all join hands to build a new home for interpol. Need to make the world a safer place for all and for future generations
Compilation of eight different clips, one a message to the world of children's charities. by Princess Caroline in line with the charities. Message to Norman Adami on visitors that will be coming to South Africa Madiba welcomes all tho who will be coming to South Africa in iSixhosa. Clip of Madiba that no one is born hating. Message to Kim Dae Jung on the challenges facing Africa. Africa is not a story of tragedy and failure. Democracy is spreading through the continent. The road to freedom is long and difficult. Our mission was to liberate both the oppressed and the oppressor we have not been able. Message to support Bono's red campaign. Message for inter-pol.
Nelson Mandela recorded messages for the Interpol book launch and for the Africa Africa productivity conference. Includes the first part of the proceedings of the book launch for "The Meaning of Mandela" held at the Nelson Mandela FOundation
Nelson Mandela birthday message to Auto General celebrating twent years in the insurance industry. Nelson Mandela congratulates Douw Steyn for the milestone and also thanking him for his hopsitality when writing his autobiography long walk to freedom, 2005.07.13, Houghton:
Video on Nelson Mandela birthday wishes for 1. Fidel Castro. Nelson Mandela mentions the role played by Cuba both in pre and post the struggle for liberation of South Africa. Nelson Mandela message wishing 2. Bill Clinton a happy birthday, congratulates Bill Clinton excelling in making creating a better life for all. 3. Message for the closing session of the Clinton global initiative 4. Message for the Mo Ibrahim in developing the new criteria for good governance for African continent leader who have the challenge to African communities from poverty 5. Message for the ASCCI presidential awards
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.
Video on Nelson Mandela’s message to the company Johnson and Johnson South Africa that is celebrating seventy fifth birthday in South Africa. Mentions the community community programs that Johnson and Johnson South Africa is involved in and the donations to the Nelson Mandela children's fund wishing the company success.
Video on Nelson Mandela message on Miller High life Achievement. Mentions that his friend Norman Adame informed him that there people coming to South Africa to attend the Miller high life achievement. Mention that the visitors all are welcome in isi Xhosa saying "siyanamkela"
Nelson Mandela recorded message for the World Social Forum (WSF) in Nairobi Kenya. Nelson Mandela heartily welcomes all people from outside Africa. Informs the people attending the forum that even though he is not physically with them, he is with them in spirit.
Video message of Nelson Mandela on the success of the Nelson Mandela Rhodes Foundation its achievement and future potential as a source of great pride. Madiba calls for more funding for sustaining the Mandela Rhodes Foundation. Message for Nelson Mandela institute for rural education and development, thanks the people for support for the and requests them to keep on supporting the institute.
Nelson Mandela recorded message for the unveiling of the replica of his statue in Parliament square. Madiba thanks the London community for the statue and the support of the British during the struggle for liberation. The message played at the unveiling of the statue function in Parliament square in London Britain.
Proceedings of Nelson Mandela's 89th birthday and the launch of the exhibition Making peace celebrating the legacies of Chief Albert Luthuli and Nelson Mandela attended by Dr Albertina Luthuli, Bill Clinton, and Jakes Gerwel, Graca Machel, Ahmed Kathrada and Achmat Dangor.
Nelson Mandela message recording for the Synergos Institute. Synergos is a non-profit organization which aims to reduce global poverty through “inclusive partnerships” that bring together government, business, civil society and local communities. Thanks David Rockerfeller and daughter Peggy Dulany and Synergos institute for conferrining to him the David Rockerfeller bridging leadership award. Thanks the Bill and Melinda Gates foundation for their work in poverty alleviation.
Nelson Mandela message recording for the 60th annual congress of the world association of newspapers as well as to the 14th world editors forum simultaneously held in Cape Town. It was the first time that the annual congress world association of newspapers was held in Africa in 2007. In the message Nelson Mandela welcomes the congress and thanks them for coming to Africa. Later Madiba mentions that newspapers allow us to hold up a mirror of ourselves and we must look squarely at it.
Nelson Mandela recording of the message for the Monaco Grand Prix and the Nelson Mandela final recorded message for to be viewed at the Monaco grand prix. Monaco grand prix is a Formula one motor race held each year on the Circuit de Monaco. The race has been run since 1929, it is widely considered to be one of the most important and prestigious automobile races in the world and, with the Indianapolis 500 and the 24hours of Le Mans, forms the Triple Crown of Motorsport. The circuit has been called "an exceptional location of glamour and prestige". Nelson Mandela's Monaco message was used for wishing well the Monaco grand prix and thanking them for donating some of its proceeds to the three Nelson Mandela charities
Nelson Mandela messages for Bafana-Bafana and United States (US) challenge, and Vision of African child. Nelson Mandela messages the Crown Prince, Bafana- bafana participation in the international Nelson Mandela challenge benefiting the children’s fund and the Vision of the African child, as a framework of the African former heads of states supporting the children’s fund.
Nelson Mandela recorded message thanking the London community for erecting a statue in his honour and British support in the fight against Apartheid. Madiba remembers a joke that he shared with the late Oliver Tambo in 1962 envisaging that one day a statue of a black person’s statue be erected Parliament square in London.
Nelson Mandela message on rural education for the Nelson Mandela institute for rural education institute, Madiba mentions that the institute plans to make education accessible to all children in the rural areas. Explains that the rural communities in South Africa experience more challenges than their urban counterparts.
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.