South Africa's Constitution promises the right of all citizens to live with dignity, but so
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Lawyer and gender-activist Letlhogonolo Mokgoroane reflects on the 19th Nelson Mandela Annual Lecture, delivered
In August 2021 the Foundation focused on the 19th Nelson Mandela Annual Lecture and on continuing
Nelson Mandela championed women's rights, as his speeches show, writes archivist Lerato Tshabalala.
What an extraordinary and painful month July was for South Africa, writes Foundation CE Sello
Coming off a wave of public violence and loss of life in South Africa triggered
Kneo Mokgopa, the Foundation's Manager of Communications & Advocacy, reviews Kirsty Steinerg's memoir, Confrontation.
So, it’s been Pride Month in the Global North. They, in their infinite and u
In the run up to Mandela Day 2021 think of those who are hungry.
What does "rule of law" mean in South Africa, where society is still trying to
We live in trying times. And it is becoming clear that they will not get
In this time of pandemic the Mandela Day slogan "Take action, inspire change, and
This time of upheaval for the Nelson Mandela Foundation will pass, and the entity's work
Unpacking the myths about black women with Kneo Mokgopa, the Foundation's Manager of Communications and
Verne Harris, Head: Leadership & Knowledge Development, reviews a new book written by human rights lawyer
Just Mandela's walk to freedom was long, so should we not expect the walk of
Along with the extraordinary challenges and suffering brought about by Covid-19, 2020 has been a year
How the Foundation's Mandela Day Director Yase Godlo found the middle of nowhere while delivering
An interview with Atlantic Fellows for Racial Equity's Sebabatso Manoeli on the Race Beyond
Since joining the archive team, I have been on an amazing learning curve and have