South Africa: Mandela Foundation to launch Mandela Centenary Programme

Soweto – The Nelson Mandela Foundation says celebrating Nelson Mandela’s centenary is not only for South Africans but for all those who globally respected the former president.

The Foundation will launch the Nelson Mandela Centenary Programme in Soweto on Monday, marking 100 years since the birth of the world icon.

Madiba died on December 5, 2013 at the age of 95.

The Nelson Mandela Foundation is planning extensive programmes in celebrating what would have been Tata Mandela’s 100th birthday in 2018.

It is calling on members of the public to send them ideas on how they would like to celebrate Madiba’s life.

The Foundations Sello Hatang says, “And we are hoping that with this, we’ll have young people for example, young people around the world not just in South Africa, writing to Madiba, and not only reminiscing about the past, because most of them wouldn’t have been born but say what kind of presence do we have and the future they want to see.”

At the weekend, South Africa commemorated 27 years since Mandela’s release from prison in 1990.

Source: Angola Press News Agency

South Africa: Mandela Foundation to launch Mandela Centenary Programme

Soweto – The Nelson Mandela Foundation says celebrating Nelson Mandela’s centenary is not only for South Africans but for all those who globally respected the former president.

The Foundation will launch the Nelson Mandela Centenary Programme in Soweto on Monday, marking 100 years since the birth of the world icon.

Madiba died on December 5, 2013 at the age of 95.

The Nelson Mandela Foundation is planning extensive programmes in celebrating what would have been Tata Mandela’s 100th birthday in 2018.

It is calling on members of the public to send them ideas on how they would like to celebrate Madiba’s life.

The Foundations Sello Hatang says, “And we are hoping that with this, we’ll have young people for example, young people around the world not just in South Africa, writing to Madiba, and not only reminiscing about the past, because most of them wouldn’t have been born but say what kind of presence do we have and the future they want to see.”

At the weekend, South Africa commemorated 27 years since Mandela’s release from prison in 1990.

Source: Angola Press News Agency