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The Legacy Ride4Hope's prime purpose is to raise awareness about the Nelson Mandela Centenary in Partnership with the Nelson Mandela Foundation.
On Sunday, the 11th of August, The Nelson Mandela Foundation in partnership with the Imbumba Foundation will be welcoming back the 2019 Trek4Mandela August Expedition team at OR Tambo International Airport.
As the contentious Traditional and Khoi-San Leadership Bill (TKLB) and The Traditional Courts Bill (TCB) move through the parliamentary process, there is a significant level of concern over the impact the Bills will have on democracy, justice and the land rights of the 18 million poorest South Africans who live in the former Bantustans.
The Nelson Mandela Foundation would like to invite you to join us on Thursday, 18 July 2019 as we mark the 10th Mandela Day.
On Saturday, the 13th of July, the Nelson Mandela Foundation in partnership with the Imbumba Foundation will be sending off the 2019 Trek4Mandela Expedition team at OR Tambo International Airport to wish them well on their climb.
The Nelson Mandela Foundation in partnership with Imbumba Foundation welcomed back the second Trek4Mandela expedition team that conquered Mount Kilimanjaro, reaching the summit on Women’s Day.
JOHANNESBURG: Trek4Mandela has announced that Professor Thuli Madonsela and her expedition team, led by well-known mountaineer and adventurer, Sibusiso Vilane, has successfully summited Mount Kilimanjaro in commemoration of Women’s Day on the 9th August. The expedition included Richard Mabaso, Gerry Elsdon, Pearl Shongwe as well as Sello Hatang, Chief Executive of the Nelson Mandela Foundation for whom it was the 4th expedition summiting the continent’s tallest natural peak.
On 17 July, the Nelson Mandela Foundation had a visit from Miss Muffet Pre-Primary School pupils aged three to six. The children watched the comic series on Nelson Mandela in the auditorium, which they found very interesting.
On the 12th of July, the Nelson Mandela Foundation hosted the graduation ceremony for its 2019 Cell C Take A Girl Child To Work Day programme as part of its commitment to play a part in intervening in intergenerational poverty and inequality through the Mandela Initiative, Nelson Mandela International Day, dialogue and research as well as its year-long internship programme.
Drakensberg eMontshitse mullo! Sello Hatang on summiting Gatberg, Drakensberg, in preparation for the Kilimanjaro August summit.
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