The Mandela Education Programme was recently blessed with a donation of 1 000 masks from 1millionsmiles.co.za and Kokosi Primary School in, Fochville, Gauteng, has put them to good use.
Teachers and Grade 7 pupils at a school in Diepsloot, north of Johannesburg, are being protected against Covid-19 with disposable face shields donated through Participate for Good’s Mandela Education Programme.
A Gauteng primary school’s new library, donated through the Nelson Mandela School Library Project, was officially opened on 28 February 2020.
Tiyiselani Primary School, which lies in the far north of South Africa, near the border with Zimbabwe, started the 2020 school year with a brand-new library donated through the Nelson Mandela School Library Project.
Mpumalamga’s Mbongo Primary School started the 2020 school year with a brand-new library, donated through the Nelson Mandela School Library Project.
Engineering company Hytec launched its fifth Mandela Day library with a brand-new library, filled with exciting books – fiction and non-fiction – at Kaalfontein Primary School in Midrand, Gauteng, on 23 October 2019.
Earlier this year, when uGogo May Bhengu was told that the Nelson Mandela Foundation, in collaboration with Habitat for Humanity, would be building her a home, she did not believe it.
KwaZulu-Natal's King's Harvest school has received an online education platform through the Mandela Digital Learning Project.
Ster-Kinekor has always been involved in a wide range of CSI projects, however, the focus has been on Vision Mission.
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.
Mandela Day took off in style at a rural Free State primary school when the Mandela Digital Learning Project’s online learning platform was launched after four years of development and six months of testing.
Ekurhuleni – Over the past 10 years, Nelson Mandela International Day has enjoyed global solidarity and support to change the lives of millions of people for the better – continuing the work of Nelson Mandela.