19 May 2011 |
May 19, 2011 – I have noted speculation in the media about who my father voted for earlier this week. It was clear all along where his historical allegiance lies. We know that this has not changed. As he said in 2008, “I would be nothing without the ANC.”
We call upon all political parties to respect his constitutional right to privacy and to end this unnecessary and cheap politicking. We urge them to rather focus on nation building and service delivery for our people.
Press release issued by Princess Zenani Dlamini.Read more
13 May 2011 |
May 13, 2011 – We take note of media speculation about whether and where Madiba will vote. Having spoken to him, we know that he will vote. We of course know where his historical allegiance lies, but casting his vote is a private matter, just as it is for any other citizen of our country.
– Issued by Princess Zenani DlaminiRead more
11 May 2011 |
May 11, 2011 – The International Centre for Transitional Justice (ICTJ), Curious Pictures and Pivot Pictures are hosting a film screening of The Axe and the Tree: Zimbabwe’s Legacy of Political Violence on May 24, 2011 at the Nelson Mandela Centre of Memory.Read more
Two South African legacies connect
21 April 2011 |
April 21, 2011 – Head of the Nelson Mandela Foundation’s Memory Programme, Verne Harris, will be delivering the 18th Alan Paton Lecture on May 5, 2011. He will be speaking on the subject “Madiba, Memory and the Work of Justice”.Read more
Nelson Mandela Centre of Memory releases second batch of “Mysterious Mandela” photographs
20 April 2011 |
April 20, 2011 – You might appear in a photograph with Nelson Mandela without even knowing it. Please help us discover who appears in our “Mysterious Mandela” photographs by using social networks, conventional media or conversations with your friends and family.Read more
Document recalls famous speech from the dock
20 April 2011 | Category: Nelson Mandela Centre of Memory
April 20, 2011 – April 20, 2011 marks the 47th anniversary of Nelson Mandela’s speech from the dock in the Rivonia Trial in which he said he was prepared to die for a democratic, non-racial South Africa.
Road injury prevention programmes
12 April 2011 |
April 12, 2011 – The automobile industry should play a leading role in promoting the United Nations Decade of Action for Road Safety 2010-2020 with an “opt out” consumers’ contribution added to the sale price of each new car in order to fund road injury prevention programmes, according to a new report published today, April 12, 2011.Read more