As part of the Nelson Mandela Foundations's commitment to transparency and accountability, our annual reports and audited financial statements are available online.
The year was dominated by Mr Mandela's hospitalisation in June 2013, his passing on 5 December, and the national mourning period that followed. By any standards, this was an extraordinary moment in the life of an institution. The Foundation ended the report period in mourning but determined to keep Mr Mandela’s legacy alive by pursuing the mandate he gave us, with passion and endurance.2014 Annual Report
The business plan for 2012/13 was crafted in relation to the Foundation’s strategic plan for making the Nelson Mandela Centre of Memory the core business of the organisation. For the Foundation, 2012/2013 was a year of great challenge and of great achievement.2013 Annual Report
The year under review marks the organisation’s name change to the Nelson Mandela Centre of Memory. Alongside this comes our increased commitment to take up any challenges that lie ahead as we forge ahead to meet the call of our Founder to pursue “memory and dialogue for justice”.2011 Annual Report
The year under review in this annual report saw the Nelson Mandela Foundation make significant progress towards establishing the Nelson Mandela Centre of Memory and Dialogue as a world class facility during the second year of the Nelson Mandela Foundation’s five-year transitional plan.2009 Annual Report
The year under review marks the first of a five-year transitional plan adopted by the Nelson Mandela Foundation in November 2006. The key objective is to establish a world-class Nelson Mandela Centre of Memory and Dialogue as the Foundation’s core work. – Prof GJ Gerwel2008 Annual Report
“This Annual Report of the Nelson Mandela Foundation is eloquent testimony to my confidence that the principles and issues in which I believe, and have fought for throughout my life, will be continued and developed, both in South Africa and internationally. I am as committed as ever that people are not enslaved by poverty or oppression or bigotry, and that every person is valued for who they are, and is able to have the opportunity to grow and to have genuine choices.” - Nelson Mandela.2005 Annual Report