The Nelson Mandela Foundation hosted President Ramaphosa for a walk-about at the Little Flower Early Childhood Development (ECD) Centre in the Winnie Madikizela-Mandela Local Authority.
CALL TO ACTION
The Covid-19 pandemic is an unprecedented global challenge and the Nelson Mandela Foundation has joined with partners to support South Africans and their government in their fight against the virus.
The 2021 Nelson Mandela Annual Lecture was delivered on 25 August 2021 by the outgoing Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court, Fatou Bensouda, whose term ended on 15 June 2021.
The Covid-19 pandemic and the national lockdown has created and exacerbated food insecurity for many families in South Africa. #Each1Feed1 is our response, in partnership with the Imbumba Foundation and the Kolisi Foundation.
We’re calling on South Africans to show solidarity and donate to a food distribution network.
The Vangasali campaign seeks to find and get the details of all early childhood development (ECD) facilities in South Africa, registered or not. This is so that these facilities, so essential to pre-schoolers' physical and mental development, can be properly supported, especially during the national lockdown aimed at curbing the spread of Covid-19.
For more than 10 years, Nelson Mandela International Day has mobilised individuals, governments, civil society and corporate entities to make the world a better place for all.
Join the Mandela Day Global Network and find yourself part of a community of organisations, government, corporates and individuals that partner with the Foundation to drive Mandela Day and pursue its objectives.
Staying at home during the Covid-19 pandemic can so easily feel like doing nothing, but playing by the rules and not leaving the house during the national lockdown is taking an active part in the battle. Play your part and be a responsible citizen.
The Nelson Mandela Foundation has made its vast archive of the works and writings of the late Nelson Mandela available online. It spans the life and times of Madiba, the struggle against Apartheid and the ushering in of the democratic era.
Through the global, interconnected Atlantic Fellows programs, Fellows collaborate to understand and address root causes of pressing problems. These include socio-economic and racial inequality; barriers to full participation in democracy; the social determinants of health and access to quality care.
The 20th Nelson Mandela Annual Lecture will be held on Saturday, 12 November 2022, at the Durban International Convention Centre in the City of eThekwini, KwaZulu-Natal (KZN).
The Nelson Mandela Foundation recently concluded a visit to New York to rekindle old relationships, following a period of isolation as the world battled COVID-19.
Ride4Hope has embarked on their annual bike ride, covering over 500 kilometres starting in Soweto, Johannesburg and making its way through the Free State, Drakensberg and finishing at the Nelson Mandela Capture Site in KwaZulu-Natal.
The Nelson Mandela Foundation would like to advise the public that it is not offering any rewards or vouchers.
We have been deeply saddened to hear that Queen Elizabeth II has passed away. We send heartfelt condolences to the Royal Family and to all those who regarded her as their Queen. She served her country tirelessly, consistently and with great dignity.
On Monday, 26 September 2022 join us for Dream with Ensemble, the first disability-led professional performing group from South Korea.
The Nelson Mandela Foundation in partnership with the Green Development Foundation, Johannesburg Water, and Johannesburg City Parks and Zoos invite you to an official Tree Planting Ceremony (Mogale City - Driefontein Wastewater Treatment Works) as part of joint Arbor Month Activities.
The Nelson Mandela Foundation invites you to the opening of this incredible exhibition of 8 artworks to celebrate and honour South African women dedicated to establishing democracy in South Africa.
The Nelson Mandela Foundation, in partnership with the Hanns Seidel Foundation and the National Youth Development Agency, would like to invite you to participate in a critical dialogue on 17 August 2022, featuring a keynote address by the Executive Chairperson of the National Youth Development Agency, Ms Asanda Luwaca.
Join the Nelson Mandela Foundation in reflecting on key challenges for South Africa a year after the July 2021 wave of public violence in KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng.
Please join us in a ceremony in which a ceremonial South African flag officially presented to a policeman murdered during the apartheid era is exchanged for a flag from South Africa's democratic era. A dialogue will follow the flag-swap.
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- Poverty and Inequality
- Reckoning with the Past
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- Community Conversations: Social Cohesion
- Community Conversations: HIV/AIDS
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- Human Rights Lecture and Roundtable Discussion 2007
- Caring Schools Dialogue
- In Conversation with Bill Clinton
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