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20 July 2007
Making Peace was launched at the Nelson Mandela Foundation in July 2007. The exhibition explores the relationship between former ANC presidents and Nobel Peace Prize recipients Chief Albert Luthuli and Nelson Mandela through pictures and text. It is a celebration of the legacies of Chief Luthuli and Mr Mandela.Read more
17 July 2007
The Nelson Mandela Foundation, in partnership with UNAIDS and the Human Sciences Research Council, hosted a satellite session at the 3rd South African AIDS Conference in Durban, on 6 June 2007.
The objective of this session was to reflect strategically on the nature of the response to the disease in the past 25 years and engage in an in-depth prospective appraisal of possible future interventions that are required to respond to the epidemic in the next 25 years and beyond.Read more
15 July 2007
Prisoner in the Garden, the first exhibition launched at the Nelson Mandela Foundation, opened on September 21, 2004. The exhibition shares Nelson Mandela’s personal prison archive with the world, portraying Mr Mandela’s prison life under apartheid through the disclosure and interpretation of original prison documentation. The work is produced in collaboration with the National Archives.
On March 16, 2005, Prisoner in the Garden launched at Constitution Hill, where it is now on show as a permanent exhibition.Read more
15 July 2007
The Nelson Mandela Foundation convened a dialogue session on November 17 2006 to gain input from diverse role-players on the Draft HIV and AIDS and STI Strategic Plan for South Africa, 2007–2011. After the dialogue session, a task team presented a written submission on the Department of Health, including comments and recommendations.Read more
11 July 2007
The Fourth Annual Lecture was delivered by former South Africa president Thabo Mbeki on July 29, 2006.
Quoting from poetry, the Bible and great works on economics, Mbeki urged people against the worship of personal wealth. We must “defeat the tendency in our society towards the deification of personal wealth as the distinguishing feature of the new citizen of the new South Africa,” he said.Read more