Nelson Mandela – a celebration of an icon’s life
President Jacob Zuma unveiled the multi-million rand state of the art, Makgato Lewanika Mandela School in Mvezo, Eastern Cape.

President Jacob Zuma unveiled the multi-million rand state of the art, Makgato Lewanika Mandela School in Mvezo, Eastern Cape.

New Mandela school to position pupils for greatness

Former President Nelson Mandela’s vision of making education easily accessible to impoverished communities is slowly being realised, this through various government initiatives.

Mandela's humbled by new school

Tuesday 25 August 2015 09:28

The Makgatho Lewanika Primary school will be officially opened on Tuesday by President Jacob Zuma.

Homeless people in George pampered for a day

Saturday 1 August 2015 19:22

A group of homeless people from George were pampered for the day, as part of the Southern Cape Correctional Services programme marking the end of Mandela Month.

The Deputy Minister of Communications, Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams, says private-public partnership should be intensified to revive the legacy of Nelson Mandela.

Veteran journalist and photographer, Dr Peter Magubane has exhibited images of former president, Nelson Mandela, in Port Elizabeth in the Eastern Cape.

Fifty-two families have received building material following a shack fire that left hundreds homeless at Clare Estate in Durban in February this year.

The first of the 67 free hip and knee replacement operations will begin on Monday at Worcester Hospital in the Boland.

Bikers for Mandela have made their way and input at a centre for vulnerable women - THESSA, New Beginnings in Bloemfontein.

Love and loss in the times of Mandela

Sunday 19 July 2015 07:47

A set of eight budding film makers have debuted their anthology of films called “Rights of Passage” at the 36th Durban International Film Festival last week.

On Saturday volunteers flocked to the Randburg SPCA to give their time to help four legged animals homed by the shelter.

Pensioners who grew up on the same street where former President Nelson Mandela lived in Soweto, have described him as loving and kind.

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