The Nelson Mandela Centre of Memory delivers the core-work of the Nelson Mandela Foundation. The Foundation is a not-for-profit organisation established in 1999 to support its Founder’s ongoing engagement in worthy causes on his retirement as President of South Africa. The Foundation is registered as a trust, with its board of trustees comprising prominent South Africans selected by the Founder. The Centre of Memory was inaugurated by Nelson Mandela on 21 September 2004, and endorsed as the core work of the Foundation in 2006.
p Incidents of racism both outright and institutional are becoming more apparent globally and in South Africa The ability to respond effectively to racism has become a priority for many... read more
p Painful and triumphant memories of South Africa s apartheid years hang on the walls of the Nelson Mandela Foundation in a new photographic exhibition titled Between States of Emergency... read more
p With race relations being a critical fault line in South Africa a group of concerned civil society organisations has been developing the Anti-Racism Network South Africa ARNSA to respond... read more
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