Formal proceedings at the community hall in Lusikisiki with Contralesa Chief Pathekile Holomisa as the Master of Ceremony, John Samuel CEO Nelson Mandela Foundation and Dr Eric Goemaere MSF Coordinator in South Africa.
Nelson Mandela Foundation HIV/ AIDS programme in Dzumeri clinic, Giyani Limpopo province. Interview of HIV/ AIDS counselors who share that female community members only come to the clinic for testing only when they are pregnant, when they discover that they are HIV positive they consult traditional leaders and stop coming to the clinic. A nurse gives interviewers a tour of the clinic and then takes them to one family that is affected by HIV/AIDS, both parents of the two children have died and the grandfather relates the challenges that he faces with the health of one of the orphans being infected by the virus.
Interview of Kenny Boshego in the Eastern Cape, on the partnership between MSF Medicine Sans Frontier and Nelson Mandela Foundation in developing a model for the treatment, support and care of people affected and infected with HIV/AIDS.
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.
Youth dialogue by Dr. Mo Ibrahim, participants Luvuyo Mandela, Zengeziwe Msimang, Nelisiwe Fente, Thulani Madondo and Mandla Sibeko at the Maboneng precinct downtown Johannesburg, as part of the 11th Annual lecture dialogue conversation.
Proceedings of the12th Nelson Mandela annual lecture by Michelle Barchelet first female president of Chile, includes arrival of guests introduction of the speaker, interviews of attendees and press conference.
The National Public Systems Archives at Crossroads Place Nelson Mandela Centre of memory 107 Central street Houghton.
End of session 1 Assessing the process of opening the archive and understanding their continuing role in constituting a post-apartheid. Continuation of the presentation delivered by Sandra Prosalendis. Ouestions comments and inputs from the attendees.
The National Public Systems Archives at Crossroads Place Nelson Mandela Centre of memory 107 Central street Houghton.
Sessions 4 Exploring the distinction between “national interest” and “public interest” and understanding the role of archive in relation to both. Continuation of presentation by Albie Sachs. Presentation public vs national interest in a local community museum. Questions, comments and inputs.
The National Public Systems Archives at Crossroads Place Nelson Mandela Centre of memory 107 Central street Houghton. The way forward: draft proposal for National archival platform. Presentation by Carolyn Hamilton- Current thinking on the possibilities of establishing a platform, identity politics with reference to the archive. Discussion on the formation of a platform and the vision of the platform, its role and management of the platform
Nelson Mandela Living the Legacy: mini documentary made from shots on pass laws, defiance campaign, migrant labour, first democratic elections, inauguration, Tutu, Princess Diana, President of South Africa, retirement of Nelson Mandela
Researched photos and footage as well as final product: the Mandela Day 2011 virtual exhibition, “Twinkle Twinkle, Little Star”, featuring a slideshow of images of Mr Mandela with children dating from the early 1950s to July 2010, including a selection of his quotes. Complementing the slide show is a video montage of Reuters footage showing Mr Mandela interacting with small children. CD 0157A and B: Selection of Louise Gubbs’s images for the virtual exhibition in 3 formats DVD 0157 C and D: Final slide show of the exhibition and the edited Reuters footage
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 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
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.
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.
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.
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 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
Proceedings of an interview of Mr Ahmed Kathrada by Sahm Venter. The interview about his life, his involvement in the struggle against Apartheid, imprisonment, Robben Island, release and working for the African National Congress (ANC). The interviews starts with when Kathrada first received his drivers license driving people around and continues to his personal life his relationship with Sylvia, Bram Fischer,arrest, sentencing and being sent to Robben Island.
Proceedings of the interview of Ahmed Kathrada on their autobiographies/ memoirs while still in Robben island. Kathy mention that people need to know the past saying that currently there is high level of ignorance regarding the struggle against apartheid from the youth.
Proceedings of Nelson Mandela meeting Bafana-bafana before the start of the 2010 world cup in South Africa. In the video there is Zenani Mandela jnr, Sahm Venter, Sello Hatang welcomes Nelson Mandela and asks the Capatain Aaron Mokoena to introduce the players. Staff of the Nelson Mandela Foundation singing Boniswa Qabaka, Jill Phillips, Lee Davies, Joe Ditabo, Mmamosa Magile, Denise Williams, Heather Henriques, Kerileng Marumo, Buyi Sishuba, Dudu Buthelezi .
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.
The address by Dr Andre Brink of Anglo American on HIV/ AIDS for workshop held at the Anglo American. The workshop focuses on treatment, prevalence, incidence/ new infections. He addresses issues that there is a need for both private and public sectors to come together to fight HIV/AIDS pandemic.
Day 1 session 1 discussion was based on the topic "Renaissance we are the ones we have been waiting for". Panelists- Patric Kabuya, Dumisani Nyoni, Ronnie Ntuli and Aicha Bah Diallo. Tea break, then after question and answer.
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.
Nelson Mandela message on Emerging voices, a study that focuses on rural communities participating in highlighting the challenges that they are facing regarding rural schools and education. Madiba thanks the communities for their participation and mentions that education provides people with life skills that provide people with life changing opportunities. The study seeks to address and overcome the challenges in the quality of education that prevail in rural area and rural poverty as opposed to the urban area. The message was first played in a rural education event in Limpopo.
Emerging Voices was a report on education in South African Rural Communities - Researched for the Nelson Mandela Foundation by the HSRC and the EPC.
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.
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.
Promotional video showing the work of the Nelson Mandela Foundation. It portrays the Malibongwe exhibition by Giselle Wulfsohn, the annual lectures from the first until third, dialogues on HIV/AIDS, and including all the publications produced by the Nelson Mandela Foundation.
Lusikisiki community in dialogue and participation with the Eastern Cape t who attended the launch of the HIV /AIDS roll in response to previous speakers, address by Dr Monwabisi Goqwana Eastern Cape MEC for Health and by Dr Connie Kganakga HIV/AIDS Programme from the Nelson Mandela Foundation.
Siyaphila la programme proceedings during the launch HIV/AIDS roll out in Lusikisiki. The clinic conducts HIV/AIDS education with the people sharing their HIV/AIDS status and advise people on how to deal with their HIV virus. Infected people share information on the type of HIV medication they use to deal with the various opportunistic diseases caused by the HIV virus. People in the community ask questions about the stage that they are entitled to get the grant.
Nelson Mandela world AIDS message. Madiba says that "We should remind ourselves that AIDS remain very much a human rights issue. Let me reiterate: we have to act decisively and above all, we must work together.'' to conquer the epidemic
Interview of a nurse at the Lusikisiki clinic, walk about in the area and an interview with family members one family in Lusikisiki on how some of them discovered that they have the HIV virus and how they were treated by the community members who knew that the family is affected by the HIV virus.