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Dialogue at Freedom Park, 2010.07, Tshwane: [Set of 134 Images]

Professor Ariel Dorfman with Nobel laureate Nadine Gordimer, renowned Zimbabwean-born writer Elinor Sisulu as well as poet and former political activist Doctor Mongane Wally Serote in a discussion on the role of art in consolidating democracy and fighting oppression. Shots of Professor Dorfman signing a book after the event.
The event was held in Freedom Park and gathered together authors, writers, journalists, students, scholars and academics to interrogate how art can help build strong and robust democracies.

Lerole, Tumelo

Story telling at Bertams primary school, 2010.07.30, Johannesburg: [Set of 78 Images]

Professor Ariel Dorfman reads to the students at Bertrams primary school as part of his Mandela Day commitments. After the reading the children had the opportunity to ask Professor Dorfman questions.
Professor Dorfman used the reading as an opportunity to encourage the Grade 1, 2, 3 and 4 learners to read and to start writing, especially if they have the need to express themselves.

Lerole, Tumelo

Dialogue at Wits Theatre, 2010.07. Johannesburg: [Set of 152 Images]

The Dialogue "In Conversations with Ariel Dorfman" was hosted in partnership with the University of the Witwatersrand (Wits) School of Drama and the Market Theatre. John Kani read from "Nothing but the Truth" and Wits Drama students performed Dorman’s play "Delirium". This was followed by a facilitated discussion between Dorfman, Kani and Nadine Gordimer.

Lerole, Tumelo

The 11th Nelson Mandela Annual Lecture and Dinner with Doctor Mo Ibrahim, 2013.08.17, Tshwane: [Set of 222 Images]

The 11th Nelson Mandela Annual Lecture with Doctor Mo Ibrahim. The event was held at the University of South Africa (UNISA) on the 17th of August 2013. The theme for the lecture was “Building social cohesion”: a call for all South Africans to work towards a united, cohesive, democratic and national society. Dr Ibrahim’s address focused on the need for social cohesion not only in South Africa, but also between the 54 nations that make up the African continent.

Blue Media

Annual lecture by President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf, 2008.07.12, Kliptown (South Africa): [Set of 274 Images]

The Sixth Nelson Mandela Annual Lecture delivered by Liberian President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf, 12 July 2008, in Kliptown, Soweto. President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf during a lecture titled “Behold the new Africa”, stressed the importance of transparent, accountable government and the need to fight corruption in Africa.

Ngwenya, Juda

Refinement of Facilitators, 2010.10, Johannesburg: [Set of 54 Images]

Facilitators of the community conversations on HIV/Aids issues are sharing their experiences, challenges and lessons learned during the review and refinement process. Facilitators from different regions putting their experiences on paper and posting them around the room in which the process was held in.

Unknown

Third Malibongwe Dialogue with struggle stalwarts, 2009.08, Johannesburg: [Set of 192 Images]

Third Malibongwe dialogue with struggle stalwarts at the Turbine Hall in Johannesburg. The Malibongwe Dialogue, with and about stalwarts of the struggle for freedom, and the role that women played during those difficult, and often truly dark, years, achieved a remarkable level of candour, unmindful of organisational or ideological loyalties.

Lerole, Tumelo

Agence France-Press (AFP), 1950s-1990s, South Africa: [Set of 11 Still Images]

Photographs of Nelson Mandela meeting the former South African rugby team, attending the second round of official talks, CODESA meetings, his release from prison as well as his inaugural as the first black President of South Africa. Photograph of Nelson Mandela signing the new Constitution of South Africa into law in 1996 and Cyril Ramaphosa holds it up, alongside Nelson Mandela.

Agence France-presse

Associated Press (AP), 1960s-1990s, South Africa: [Set of 4 Still Images]

Mandela at Tuynhuys, with Oliver Tambo at ANC's first conference in South Africa since its banning in 1960; Mandela looking at a photo of the Regent of Abathembu, Chief Jongintaba Dalindyebo; Mandela wearing a jackal skin kaross he wore in court to emphasise his African identity.

Associated Press (AP)

Baileys African History Archives (BAHA), 1950s-1960s, South Africa: [Set of 22 Still Images]

Photographs of Nelson Mandela during the defiance campaign; Nelson Mandela boxing with champion Jerry Moloi on the rooftop of the South African Associated Newspapers (SAAN); photograph of Winnie Mandela in 1962, the African National Congress (ANC) delegation; and marches during the Treason Trial, South Africa.

Baileys African History Archives (BAHA)

Eric Miller, 1990-1994, South Africa: [Set of Five Still Images]

Nelson Mandela receiving the Freedom of the City of Cape Town on 27 November 1998; Nelson Mandela at a rally in Mitchells Plain, outside Cape Town ahead of South Africa’s first democratic elections in 1994; at an ANC rally in Cape Town; of the jackal skin kaross Mandela wore to his 1962 trial once and now as a bedcover at Mandela House museum, in Soweto and finally Mandela with his lawyer at his house in Soweto.

Miller, Eric

Baileys African History Archives (BAHA), 1950s-1990s, South Africa: [Set of 30 Still Images]

Photographs of King Kong musical, a South African Jazz-influenced musical that played an extraordinary role in enhancing collaboration between black and white South African in the international entertainment field, and as a direct challenge to apartheid. Photographs of Chief Albert Luthuli, Albertina Luthuli, Robert Sobukwe, Ahmed Kathrada,

Baileys African History Archives (BAHA)

NMF, various: [Set of 7 Images]

- Nelson Mandela delivering cakes from Bafana Bafana and the Springboks to the Bonakele Hospice in Kew, Johannesburg, South Africa, August 2008.
-Nelson Mandela with Albertina Sisulu meeting a writer of prize winning essay at the Nelson Mandela Foundation in Johannesburg, South Africa, September 2008.
-Nelson Mandela meeting one of the children during a Reach for a Dream visit to the Nelson Mandela Foundation, in Johannesburg, December 06.
-Family painting project for the Commemoration of the fall of the Berlin Wall at the Nelson Mandela Foundation in August 2009
-Nelson Mandela at 92, with children from Qunu and Mvezo at his Houghton home in Johannesburg.

Various

Mandela’s unpublished autobiographical manuscript written on Robben Island

Electronic files (MS Word - converted to PDF and jpeg) of Nelson Mandela's original autobiography written on Robben Island. It covers his life story from birth to about 1976. It was intended that the manuscript be published to mark Mr Mandela's 60th birthday in 1978 and help draw attention to the freedom struggle. The ANC leadership decided not to publish it. It later formed the basis for Mr Mandela's autobiography "Long Walk to Freedom".

Mandela, Nelson Rolihlahla

Childhood Days

Chapter 1 of the unpublished autobiography written on Robben Island in 1976, covering the period between his birth and his passage of rite into manhood.

Mandela, Nelson Rolihlahla

South Africa

First of a series of International Mandela Dialogues, held in South Africa with, amongs others, visits to heritage places in and around Johannesburg.

Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ)

International Mandela Dialogues, 2016

International Mandela Dialogues on Memory Work: ''Creating Safe Spaces Across Generations'', 2016 held in South Africa and Sri Lanka with participants from Argentina, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Colombia, Croatia, Nepal, Rwanda, South Africa, Sri Lanka as well as United States of America.

Various

Nelson Mandela Bridge in Newtown, Johannesburg

The largest cable-stayed bridge in South Africa (284m). Links the cultural precinct of Newtown with other key areas identified in the inner city renewal project of the City of Johannesburg. The bridge was opened by Nelson Mandela in 2003. It won an award for outstanding civil engineering achievement by the South African Institute of Civil Engineers (SAICE).

Third Juliet Hollister Award was presented to Nelson Mandela during a plenary gathering in the Parliament of the World religions in Cape Town

This award is given annually to religious and secular leaders who actively promote interfaith values. The presentation of the award to Mr Mandela recognizes his struggle for freedom and tolerance in South Africa and lifts up his model of reconciliation with non-violence.
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