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Nelson's responses to the Brandfort sojourn are recorded in extracts from the letters that follow: I have thought of you since I heard of the heavy snowfall in various parts of the country. A...
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Introduction: The Mandela family commemorated birthdays whenever possible, and wedding anniversaries almost without exception, in prison during official visits. The occasions were, in addition,...
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Published on 20 Jan 2014 'I was not born with a hunger to be free,' Nelson Mandela writes in his autobiography. He immediately explains 'I was born free-free in every way that I could know. Free to...
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Introduction Winnie's banning order expired in September 1975 and thirteen years of silence was broken. She was in a sense pulled back from the dead. Durban welcomed her on Sunday, 12 October,...
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To Graça Machel and the Mandela family; to President Zuma and members of the government; to heads of state and government, past and present; distinguished guests – it is a singular honor to be...
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On 31 January 1985 the State President of South Africa, PW Botha, speaking in parliament, offered Mandela his freedom on condition that he 'unconditionally rejected violence as a political weapon...
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Renewal of KatorusIn 1993 when I toured the Katorus area with Adrian Vlok I was in pain. The community was divided into two groups at war with each other. I visited mortuaries showing the...
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Introduction Apart from a prostate operation in 1985 and equally successful treatment for TB in 1988, Nelson's health had been good. At a time when the Press reported that he had cancer, he...
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Pretoria, 10 May 1994 Your Majesties, Your Highnesses, Distinguished Guests, Comrades and Friends. Today, all of us do, by our presence here, and by our celebrations in other parts of our...
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Master of ceremonies; Our dear Adelaide and family; Comrades and friends, The main speaker on this occasion is Thabo Mbeki, the President of the movement to which Oliver Tambo dedicated his life...
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Introduction Nelson's attachment to property is sentimental rather than material and this is reflected in his attitude to his Orlando home and to land at his birthplace Qunu. HOUSE With regard...
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The unbanning of political parties caught people unawares, but most can recall where they were. “I was on a toilet with Archbishop Tutu.” That was my response to the question from an...
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Introduction Nelson Mandela has a commitment to education. Both Mandelas have continued to study and to write exams throughout their imprisonment. When there was nothing to do, there were studies....
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TBook Collections Copyright © 2014 The New York Times Company. All rights reserved. Cover photograph of Nelson Mandela by Ozier Muhammad/The New York Times This ebook was created using...
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Introduction Nelson's letters reflect the volumes that remain unsaid because of the censorship rules that prescribe and proscribe the thoughts of a prisoner. The one thing that he could have...
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The Asian Age, 1 March 1994 As the 1980s drew to a close I could not see much of the world from my prison cell, but I knew it was changing. There was little doubt in my mind that this would have...
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Nelson Mandela is probably the only recognised leader of SA's black community capable of instilling some discipline into the kids in the townships, Helen Suzman, PFP spokesperson on law and order...
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Sandton Sun, 13 February 1993 Assalaam Ualaikum, Namiste and Good Evening. We are gathered here today at a time when South Africa is at the threshold of some of the most momentous political changes...
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A comparison of prison experiences and conditions of Mahatma Gandhi and Nelson Mandela in South Africa1 by Nelson Mandela Gandhi threatened the South African Government during the first and...
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