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.
ANC discussion documents including a bill of rights for a new South Africa (1990). Towards technology policy for South Africa. Draft resolution on the ANC economic policy for National conference May 1991. Social Welfare policy discussion paper (June 1991). Statement of the Deputy President of the ANC Nelson Mandela at the opening of the National conference (July 1991), Transfer of power to the people for a democratic future 2-6 July 1991programme. Statements to the conference for the political prisoners in Pretoria local prison etc. Rally speech by Joe Slovo, at Lentegeur, Mitchell's Plain 29 April 1990. Statement by N. Mandela at Obstacles meeting Cape Town, May 2 1990. COSATU secretarial report 14-15 May 1988. UDF national conference 1-3 March document. Cape Town local government and housing workshop 18-21 Oct 1990 Summary booklets Three BBC videos
Visit of French soccer legend, Zinedine Zidane and American football star, Reggie Bush to the Nelson Mandela Foundation. Photos of the two world's sports stars carrying gifts they presented to the Foundation, learning about the work that the Foundation does and visiting the 46664 bangle production.
Nelson Mandela's daughter Zindzi Mandela reads out his father's rejection letter, the 'My father says' speech, to a mass gathering in Jabulani Stadium, Soweto. This was when the then State President PW Botha offered Nelson Mandela his freedom on condition that he 'unconditionally rejected violence as a political weapon'.
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).
Zoleka and Zindzi Mandela, the granddaughter and daughter of Mr Nelson Mandela, supporting the United Nations Decade of Action for Road Safety 2011-2020 by helping to set up a scholarship for road safety in memory of 13-year-old Zenani Mandela, who tragically died in a car crash on the eve of the 2010 FIFA World Cup.
Youth dialogue focusing on the issues of violence and substance abuse. It included the popular South African group Mafikizolo, Sello Hatang (CEO NMF), Hayden Wright, Jijbez Vosloo, Naidoo, Sade Maokwena, Justine Arendse, Born Free (Band), Freddy Arendse (Founder School of Music) and the Deputy Minister of Arts and Culture Rejoice Mabudafhasi.
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.
The file consists of portraits of Mr. Nelson Mandela, South African political leader. One photograph, entitled Nelson Mandela, photographed in Ottawa, appeared in Karsh exhibition in London entitled, Faces of the 20th Century, exhibition was held at Canada House from the 13 May 1998 to the 28 August 28 1998. Statements made by Nelson Mandela and other ANC prominent people and ANC departments.
Dialogue on how the presence of immigrants and refugees shaped the changes that had taken place in Yeoville (a suburb of Johannesburg) and how these significant events had shaped the community's capacities to resolve challenges.
The Nelson Mandela Foundation, Operation Hydrate and Proudly South African joining forces and launching the country's biggest “Water Drive”, in an effort to bring much needed and urgent relief to communities in drought stricken areas across the country.
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.
A seven part documentary series designed to give context and perspective to events in the world since the 2000 USA presidential election and 09/11. The film makers met with intellectuals, political observers, journalists, historians and analysts in an effort to understand the era in which we are living. Nelson Mandela appears as himself as one of the commentators
Photos of Xoliswa Ndoyiya at home in Transkei with family members. She was Nelson Mandela’s cook and has written and launched a cooking book with Nelson Mandela's favourite meals. The photos were taken for the book.
Nelson Mandela attending the World Aids Day event with Premier Winkie Direko at Bloemfontein (South Africa). The images show: the building wrapped in aids ribbons, Opening ceremony, Mandela lighting candle, Mandela holding speech – huge ribbons as background and ‘good leaders lead’ banner, and Mandela greeting children.
The World University Service Denmark (WUS-D) started in 1966 as part of WUS International. It became independent in 1970. It started its solidarity activities in 1966 and became a member of the Anti-Apartheid Committee. It supported the liberation movements in Southern Africa. It distributed funds to the South African Committee for Higher Education (SACHED) and other bursary programmes. WUS continues its activities now as IBIS.
For over half a century your name has become synonymous with freedom and reconciliation" Signed Dr Frances M Alguire, Chairperson World Methodist Council and Dr Joe Hale, General Secretary World Methodist Council
The World Gold Commission (WGC) was founded in 1988 to promote worldwide sanctions against South African gold sales. It received financial support from the UN Centre Against Apartheid and was backed by the AAM and the liberation movements. It was active in information dissemination and the presentation of evidence to international bodies.
A visit by two World Economic Forum delegates Alekhine Veloso and David Conolly and Mpumi Mabuza from Brand South Africa to the Nelson Mandela Foundation. Sello Hatang and Zanele Riba gave them a tour of the Archive. Sello handed each delegate of the World Economic Forum with a copy of “The Prison Letters of Nelson Mandela” book.
Nelson Mandela's visit to the World Council of Churches in Geneva Program details the introduction of Nelson Mandela's, his life, mentions guests including Castro, Emilio Nelson Mandela visit to WCC, Nelson Mandela symbol of freedom struggle; Links between support, solidarity.
Western Province Council of Churches official archives
Newspaper article on Nelson Mandela " Fight Aids like Apartheid" Times December 1 - 2003 " Stop Aids nonsense" Mandela tells Mbeki's government to halt debates and fight the war" Sunday Times 17 February 2002 Visit to World Council of Churches 8 June 1990. Thanks to the role of the World Council of Churches in the anti- apartheid struggle. Religious anecdote/ Mandela Nelson. Introduction to Winnie Mandela's speech/ Thabo Mbeki. Talk about jail, exile and the role of the World Council of Churches for political prisoners. Sanctions against apartheid regime. Help to the political prisoners and exiles.
Nelson Mandela addresses crowds of supporters and tells them that "as long as the main pillars of apartheid are still in place " pressure for economic sanctions against South Africa need to be maintained. Actuality crowd at arrival of Mr. Nelson Mandela.