Winnie Madikizela-Mandela collection

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In a conversation with Dr. Felicia Mabuza Suttle, Winnie Madikizela-Mandela talks about the challenges her and other women like Albertina Sisulu faced for freedom in South Africa.
Archive Type: Audio and Video
  A sensational prison interview with M&G reporters uncovers new evidence linking Madikizela-Mandela to the murder of Dr Abu Baker Asvat. One of the two men convicted of the killing of Dr...
Archive Type: Articles
Reaction Takes the Offensive After the first attempted march on Johannesburg on 4 August, and the partial stay-at-home which kept at least 60 per cent of the labour force away from work, the SSRC...
Archive Type: Articles
Every time I land at Durban Airport, I am haunted by the memory of Fatima Meer – my dearest friend, sister and adviser whom I worshipped and treasured like my own possession. I have agonised...
Archive Type: Speeches and Public Statements
Introduction The Robben Island prisoners settled down to the mindless timetable of imprisonment, filling hours with manual labour which mercifully distracted them from dwelling on their plight and...
Description: This collection of letters was written by Mandela will he was in prison. We have organized them into ‘theme’ categories on the right. The textual commentary and letters are drawn from Meer, F. (1988). Higher than Hope , London: Hamish Hamilton, pp. 333-412, and is used with the kind permission of the author.
Archive Type: Letters
Introduction To someone cut off from friends and relatives, restricted to seeing only a selected few people and even these not as frequently as in normal social relations, photographs become very...
Archive Type: Letters
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...
Archive Type: Letters
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,...
Archive Type: Letters
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....
Archive Type: Letters
This article was written by Andrew Mintz and forms part of the SAHO and Southern Methodist University partnership project
Archive Type: Articles
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In a interview Winnie Mandela puts forth reasons for the eruption of violence in Soweto on June 16th.
Author: Eric Abraham
Publication date: 1976-06-18
Archive Type: Interviews
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Yellow background with black lettering. Photo of Nelson and Winnie Mandela hugging. Winnie Mandela Support Committee.
Publication date: 0000-00-00
Archive Type: Poster
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Poster issued by the Winnie Mandela Support Committee. Photo of Winnie Mandela. White poster with black lettering.
Publication date: 0000-00-00
Archive Type: Poster
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Yellow background, green lettering. Black and white photograph of a young Nelson and Winnie Mandela. ANC logo. Issued in London. Birthday greetings to Nelson Mandela.
Publication date: 0000-00-00
Archive Type: Poster
Mama Winnie Madikizela-Mandela was admitted at the Johannesburg Hospital on Saturday as a result of a pain in her ankle. She was checked by doctors and subsequently she underwent a minor foot...
Publication date: 13 September 2011
Archive Type: Speeches and Public Statements
From: Nelson Mandela: South Africa's Liberator (from The New York Times Archives)
Publication date: 14 February 1989
Archive Type: Letters
From: Nelson Mandela: South Africa's Liberator (from The New York Times Archives)
Publication date: 15 May 1991
Archive Type: Articles
From: Nelson Mandela: South Africa's Liberator (from The New York Times Archives)
Publication date: 17 February 1989
Archive Type: Articles
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Immediately following the "childrens revolt" in Soweto in June 1976 and the massacre and repression with which the apartheid regime encountered it, Mrs Winnie Mandela made an impassioned...
Author: Winnie Mandela
Publication date: 1976-06-00
Archive Type: Speeches and Public Statements
Winnie Mandela bannished & banned to Brandfort. Interviewed by SA documentary filmmaker Kevin Harris for his 1983 documentary: "No Middle Road To Freedom".
Publication date: 1983
Archive Type: Audio and Video
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Dark pink poster. Black and white photo of Winnie Mandela with blue border. Notice of an exhibition of Sue Williamson silksceeens and etchings at Gallery International, 13 Hout Street on December 3rd...
Publication date: 1984-12-03
Archive Type: Poster
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Black, white, green and yellow poster. ANC 75 year logo. 1912-1987. Photograph of Winnie Mandela and women protesting.
Publication date: 1987-00-00
Archive Type: Poster
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Publication date: 1988-00-00
Publisher: Clarion Call
Archive Type: Articles
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Statement made by the Mass Democratic Movement on Winnie Mandela at the press conference which was called after the culminating of community meetings in Soweto and throughout the country.
Author: Mass Democratic Movement
Publication date: 1989-02-16
Archive Type: Speeches and Public Statements
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Author: Patrick Bond
Publication date: 1991-05-00
Publisher: Southern African Research Service
Archive Type: Articles
The relationship between myself and my wife, Comrade Nomzamo Winnie Mandela, has become the subject of much media speculation. I am issuing this statement to clarify the position and in the hope that...
Publication date: 1992
Archive Type: Speeches and Public Statements
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Author: Paul Trewhela
Publication date: 1992-08-00
Archive Type: Articles
From: Nelson Mandela: South Africa's Liberator (from The New York Times Archives)
Publication date: 3 June 1993
Archive Type: Articles
In sharp contrast to Graca Machel and his feisty second wife Winnie, Mandela's first wife was a demure country girl who kept well away from politics. Like him, Evelyn Wase hailed from the rural...
Publication date: 6 December 2013
Archive Type: Articles
From: Nelson Mandela: South Africa's Liberator (from The New York Times Archives)
Publication date: August 18, 1985
Archive Type: Articles
From: Nelson Mandela: South Africa's Liberator (from The New York Times Archives)
Publication date: December 4, 1985
Archive Type: Articles