Supreme chief of the Tembu Jongintaba Dalindyebo with his wife. He became Nelson Mandela’s guardian after the death of Mandela’s father. Nelson Mandela lived at the homestead of Jongintaba from the age of 9 until 16 and was raised together with Jongintaba's children.
C1.1 Early prose and poetry (not itemised, circa early 1970s) (1 folder) C1.1.1 Ms "Die man met die lang kop" dated and signed, 27/5/80. Illustrated. Ms "Die prins en die sonstraaldiamante", dated and signed 29//5/1980. Illustrated. Ms "'n Potlood kan loop", dated and signed 30-31/5/1980. Illustrated. Ts version of each. Unsigned and undated ms report/critique. "Die wind waai hard" and"Vir Pearl Cleage" "Jou mooi bloed op my hande" (Vir Johan) "Sy offer" (kortverhaal) "Gebed om die son" "Grense" "O! My mooi bruin taal" C1.1.2 Fragments of prose and poetry, and doodles C1.1.3 Ms anthology of poems and short pieces (undated) C1.1.4 Ms booklet titled "Tekene van die tyd" Ms booklet titled "UMshushmbo" Ms booklet titled "Creative Art I" Ms booklet titled "Creative Art II" C1.1.5 Anthologies and loose poems C1.1.6 Ms poem "Vir Breyten" Loose poems Ms poems Fragments of prose and poetic pieces C1.1.7 Items pertaining to "Sage van Mistraalshoop" (satirical piece) C1.1.8 Fragments of prose and poetry (loose pages and black hard-cover book)
This subseries consists of 11 folders of notes written by Nelson Mandela on a variety of sheets of paper, including notebooks and diaries. It covers the period from his release from prison in 1990 to his retirement as President of South Africa in 1999, and up to 2001. It consists of notes of meetings, draft speeches, briefing notes and notes written to himself.
This subseries consists of 28 notebooks written by Nelson Mandela. It covers the period from his release from prison in 1990 to his retirement as president of South Africa in 1999, and up to 2001. It consists of notes of meetings, draft speeches, briefing notes and notes written to himself.
One of the Mandela Birthday activities at the Nelson Mandela Foundation. Many of the people attending are wearing 'love life' jackets and some are holding a brochure called 'Meeting Mandela'. Screening of the MTV special documentary 'Meeting Mandela'.
The opening of the exhibition “The Meaning of Mandela”, the featured photographers were Jürgen Schadeberg and the late Alf Kumalo. Mandela and Zelda, arriving and leaving; looking at the exhibition (Mandela pointing at a photo in which he smokes).
An opening of the exhibition ‘Parenting a Nation’. An exhibition honouring Albertina and Walter Sisulu. With members of the Sisulu family, Mrs Albertina Sisulu, Nelson Mandela, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Frene Ginwala, Laloo Chiba, Ahmed Kathrada, Rica Hodgson, Gertrude Shope.
The Vakhegula Vakhegula Football Club (Gogos for Mandela) at the Discovery Soccer Park at the Wanderers Club in Johannesburg. The Gogos are warming up before playing against the Orlando Pirates. With players Katlego Mashego, club owner, Beka Ntswanwisi, Christina “Maradona” Machebe and SuperSport United defender, Morgan Gould.
Gogos for Mandela" visiting the Nelson Mandela Foundation. The Vakhegula Vakhegula Football Club, popularly known as Gogos for Mandela", are a group of South African grannies aged between 49 and 84 who have their own football league in the rural province of Limpopo.
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.
Start of the 6-day road-trip to Cape Town by 21 "Bikers for Mandela", doing community work on the way. With Morgan Freeman, Achmat Dangor, ANC MP Buti Manamela (on behalf of SA Parliament), Sello Hatang and KAYA FM’s MD Greg Maloka presenting framed ‘Make every day a Mandela Day’ commitment for the next 67 years.
Video of the ninth Nelson Mandela annual lecture by Ismail Serageldin (the founding director of the Bibliotheca Alexandrina, the new Library of Alexandria) held at the Linder auditorium, Wits University, Johannesburg.
Visit of Prince of Wales, Charles and Duchess of Cornwall, Camilla Rosemary to the Nelson Mandela Foundation. The couple were introduced to children from different schools. All the British visitors were wearing a red poppy; to commemorate those fallen in World War I (WW1).
Prince of Wales, Charles together with Duchess of Cornwall, Camilla Rosemary's visit to the Nelson Mandela Foundation. Verne Harris, head of Memory Programme at the Nelson Mandela Foundation shows Duchess of Cornwall and Prince of Wales early photos of Nelson Mandela and other items from the archive.