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 One of the roles of civil society is to get people to understand the link between accessing information and service delivery This was the consensus that came out of... read more
p Along with many other South Africans international friends and non-governmental organizations in the region the Nelson Mandela Foundation mourns the loss of Gerald Kraak p read more
p Youth leaders from countries met for the Global Youth Peace Indaba during October and ended with a declaration for ongoing dialogue respect and equality The organisers have thanked the... read more
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