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.
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 O. R. Tambo International Airport to wish them well on their climb.
It is with great pleasure that we at Participate for Good welcome actress and philanthropist Hlubi Mboya Arnold as non-executive director of Participate for Good’s Mandela Education Programme.
The Nelson Mandela Foundation launched a new strategy for International Nelson Mandela Day, titled Mandela Day: The Next Chapter, at the Nelson Mandela Foundation. The new strategy charts a new path for the ten-year-old initiative significantly changing the manner in which it will impact on people’s lives going forward.
The Nelson Mandela Foundation is launching a new strategy for Nelson Mandela International Day strategy at a stakeholder engagement session to take place in Johannesburg on 15 May.
When the children of Nelsonskop Primary school in Limpopo, start the second term on 2 April they will have a brand-new library to explore.
The children at Limpopo’s Motlhasedi Primary School in Bossche Deisch, north of Lephalale on the Botswana border, are enjoying a new library thanks to a donation made via the Nelson Mandela School Library Project.
The children of Limpopo’s Papong Primary School have been enjoying a brand-new, fully stocked library since 25 July 2018, donated by the Long Walk to Freedom Mandela Day Libraries Project and mining supply company Hytec Group.
The Nelson Mandela Foundation thanks the 2018 Mandela Day stakeholders for their valuable contribution to the success of this year's Mandela Day.
Drums sounded and children cheered and waved as a group of cyclists set off from Soweto early on 28 August 2018 on the first leg of the inaugural Nelson Mandela Legacy Ride4Hope.
Celebrities and special guests celebrated the centenary of Nelson Mandela’s birth by joining learners and staff at Crown Mines Primary School in Johannesburg on 18 July 2018 as the school received a restocked and refurbished school library from the Mandela Library Project.