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Schools 3
Schools named after Mandela 64
Bursaries and Scholarships named after Mandela 11
Hospitals named after Mandela 1
Universities named after Mandela 57
Awards named after Mandela 15
Events named after Mandela 31
Organisations named after Mandela 10
Other awards 11
Music 17
Music dedicated to Mandela 70
Arts and Culture named after/dedicated to Mandela (6) 24
Fauna named after Mandela 8
Science dedicated to Mandela 3
Flora named after Mandela 10
Business 6
Tributes from business 48
Tributes from Civil Society and Business (2) 20
Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela (7) 247
Awards, Events and Organisations named after Mandela (4) 60
Award of recognition 221
Educational Institutions and related named after Mandela (5) 105
Human geography named after Mandela (7) 242
Awards from Civil Society and Business (3) 267
Patronages 108
Other Awards from Educational Institutions and related 31
Awards from Students 2
Civic honours from political organisations 26
Awards, tributes and honours (66) 1
Patronages and Memberships (4) 134
Awards related to Arts, Culture and Sports 22
Flora, Fauna and Science related named after Mandela (3) 22
Freedom of Cities 60
Honorary citizenships 34
National Honours 62
Awards from Educational Institutions and related (6) 186
Honorary Doctorates 173
Other Human geography named after Mandela 3
Civic honours and related (12) 8
Other Civic Honours and related 80
Anti-apartheid resources 37
Community opinions 0
Nelson Mandela International Day 203
Annual Lectures 107
Historical 32
Launches 29
Women's organisation: national 1
Women's organisation: local 2
Trade union people: national 1
Political people: local 1
National anti-apartheid movement 1
Trade union organisation: local 2
Trade union organisation: international 5
Political organisation: local 5
Anti-apartheid people: international 7
Political organisation: national 7
Church organisation: international 5
Aid/development organisation: international 5
Anti-apartheid people: local 1
Trade union organisation: national 6
Aid/development organisation: national 11
Anti-apartheid organisation: regional 3
Church organisation: national 13
Anti-apartheid organisation: local 48
Anti-apartheid organisation: international 24
Anti-apartheid people: national 18
Anti-apartheid organisation: national 134
Apartheid

Use for: Apartheid regime

33
Amadelakufa 0
Zimbabwe General Election, 1980 0
NMF Board 4
NMF CEO 9
Nelson Mandela Centenary Programme

Use for: Nelson Mandela 100, NM100

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Aboriginal peoples

Use for: Inuit

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Dialogue Programme 187
Macro-economic policy 0
Educational Institutions 0
Operation Mayibuye, 1963 1
amaZulu 0
Business Against Crime 0
National Crime Prevention Strategy 0
Interim Constitution of South Africa, 1994 - 1997 0
Right-wing Afrikaners 0
Election Campaign 2
Lekgotla 0
Bantu Education 2
Black Consciousness 2
Values 0
Drought 0
Harassment 1
Unemployment 0
Mass action 1
Award of merit 1
Religious Organisations; Business 1
Voortrekkers
  • White, mainly Dutch-speaking, farmers, tradesmen and squatters who in the 1830s migrated inland and into Natal from from the British-ruled Cape colony, and established the white republics of the Transvaal and Orange Free State. Voortrekkers translates to pioneers.
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Urban Bantu Councils
  • The Urban Bantu Councils were part of the apartheid system. They were established outside the bantustans in areas where Africans were denied rights beyond election to the councils. They were assigned limited administrative duties but deprived of sustainable income as ‘African’ areas had little taxable economic activity. Boycott of council elections sustained over many years and hostility from communities rendered them ineffective.
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Suppression of Communism Act, No. 44, 1950
  • Act passed 26 June 1950, in which the state banned the SACP and any activities it deemed communist, defining ‘communism’ in such broad terms that anyone protesting against apartheid would be in breach of the act.
1
State of Emergency, 1960 2
Sharpeville Massacre
  • Confrontation in the township of Sharpeville, Gauteng Province. On 21 March 1960, sixty-nine unarmed anti-pass protesters were shot dead by police and over 180 were injured. The PAC organised demonstration attracted between 5,000 and 7,000 protesters. This day is now commemorated annually in South Africa as a public holiday: Human Rights Day.
2
Rugby World Cup 0
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