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Trek4Mandela Exhibits a painting by Sarah Gusten-Marr at Nelson Mandela Foundation, 2022.03.01, Houghton: [Set of 5 Still images]

  • ZA COM 0819
  • Series
  • 2020-03-01
An international artist Ms Sarah Gusten-Marr donates a painting to the Imbumba Foundation in celebration of the 10th anniversary of the Trek4Mandela expedition. The Imbumba Foundation exhibits the painting at the Nelson Mandela Foundation for a short term as part of the build up to Trek4Mandela Expedition launch and send-off 2022.

Arends, Ethel

Prime Minister of Japan and his wife visiting the Nelson Mandela Foundation, 2020.01.29, Houghton: [Set of 222 Still images]

Prime Minister of Japan and his wife visiting the Nelson Mandela Foundation. Chief Executive of the Nelson Mandela Foundation Sello Hatanga gave them a guided tour of the archive, Nelson Mandela's post-presidential office, permanent and temporary exhibitions, and the i-Madiba project.

Tshabalala, Lerato

Day 1

Nelson Mandela Foundation staff having coffee and conversation with Eleonora Cost and her sister . NMF Archivist Zandile Myeka gave them a tour of the archive and Ann-young the NMF Exhibitions Co-ordinator gave them a tour of the temporary and permanent exhibitions.

Molelekoa, Sophia

Kaizer Chiefs veterans visits the Nelson Mandela Foundation, 2022.02.01, Houghton: [Set of 189 Still images]

Kaizer Chiefs veterans visits the Nelson Mandela Foundation and given a guided tour of Nelson Mandela's post presidential office, Nelson Mandela Life and Times permanent exhibition, and the Archive by the Nelson Mandela Foundation Executive Officer Sello Hatang. Mr Sello Hatang also gave the veterans a guided tour of Sanctuary Mandela.

Arends, Ethel

Angola Deputy President Bornito de Sousa and his spouse Maria José Rodrigues Ferreira Diogo visits the Nelson Mandela Foundation, 2022.02.24, Houghton: [Set of 78 Still images]

Angola Deputy President Bornito de Sousa and his spouse Maria José Rodrigues Ferreira Diogo visiting the Nelson Mandela Foundation accompanied by Angola Ambassador in South Africa HE Mariam Filomena Delgado. The guests received a guided tour of Nelson Mandela's post presidential office, Nelson Mandela Life and Times Exhibition and Negotiating Democracy Exhibition by Razia Saleh (NMF Director of Archive and Research). The guests also visited Sanctuary Mandela.

Dakada, Mandlenkosi

Dereck Joubert from National Geographics Science and Exploration and family visiting the Nelson Mandela Foundation, 2022.02.14, Houghton: [Set of 123 Still images]

Dereck Joubert from National Geographics Science and Exploration and family visiting the Nelson Mandela Foundation. Nelson Mandela Foundation Executive Officer Sello Hatang gave the guests a guided tour of Nelson Mandela Office, Nelson Mandela Life and Times Exhibition and the Archive.

Molelekoa, Sophia

Oppressive Pasts and Healing: From othering to belonging, 2022.06.23, Houghton: [Set of 54 Still images]

On the 23rd of June, the Nelson Mandela Centre of Memory hosted a handover ceremony in which Lourens and Lorato Labuschagne donated their Apartheid South African flag to the Nelson Mandela Foundation archives in exchange for the new South African flag. The ceremony was followed by an insightful and moving panel discussion with the Labuschagnes, Candice Mama, author of Forgiveness Redefined: A Young Woman’s Journey Towards Forgiving the Apartheid Assassin who Brutally Murdered Her Father and Gaongalelwe Tiro, author of Parcel of Death: The Biography of Onkgopotse Abram Tiro, facilitated by the Foundation’s Verne Harris.

Abrahams, Earl

Exploring Madiba's Graphic Heritage, 2023.03.03, Houghton: [Set of 149 Still images]

Nelson Mandela continues to be memorialised in different ways all over the world. For this reason, the workshop shared new insights from the Memorialising Mandela in the Metropolis project at Loughborough University that explores the relationship between toponymy, graphic images, cultural heritage, and place making, in locations named after Madiba. Perspectives from academia, Nelson Mandela Foundation, creative industries, and delegate participation, were synthesised in the context of research undertaken in South Africa, Brazil, and United Kingdom. The workshop ended with a session on knowledge exchange and research opportunities for future collaboration.

Molelekoa, Sophia

Making Reading Fun Programme, 2023, Houghton: [Set of still images]

Making Reading Fun is an initiative of the Nelson Mandela Foundation’s Archive and Research department, which aims to make reading a much more fun activity for the future leaders of our country. The initiative targets different age groups each time, with this month’s reading aimed at our youth between 6 and 12 years of age.

Various

Making Reading Fun launch

Making Reading Fun was launched on 15 April 2023 to encourage reading and literacy among South Africa’s children, and to impart knowledge of Mandela’s extraordinary life story, and his values, which are celebrated worldwide.

Dakada, Mandlenkosi

Making Reading Fun

Photographs of the Making Reading Fun event held on the 24th of June 2023 at the Nelson Mandela Foundation (NMF).

Dakada, Mandlenkosi

Making Reading Fun

Making Reading Fun event held on the 29th of July 2024 at the Nelson Mandela Foundation (NMF), Houghton.

Dakada, Mandlenkosi

"Named after Nelson" exhibition launch, 2024.04.25, Houghton: [Set of 265 Still images]

A team of design researchers at Loughborough University in the United Kingdom in collaboration with Celeste Mckenzie, creative industries practitioners and heritage specialists in South Africa used graphic heritage as a lens to find out how much or how little information there is about Madiba in six locations named after him in the Gauteng Province. Through graphic heritage, the exhibition reveals as much about absence as it does about presence. It straddles the established but contested domain of heritage interpretation, presentation, and representation.

The exhibition is designed to inspire public engagement with its content and encourage visitors to contribute their thoughts, feelings, and observations to eventually shape the exhibition's public image. The case study locations are colour-coded to match the unique colours of the South African national flag.

Sigenu, Athenkosi