We are very much here for these acting masterclasses
The ill-prepared provincial government stooped to the lowest of lows to fund Madiba’s send off
We still sorely miss our Madiba
The site of Mandela’s toughest is a pilgrimage any visitor or local must make…
“Winnie poked Nelson” – What a world it could have been.
Happy Mandela Day, everyone!
67 buskers are due to play for 67 minutes to honour Madiba this Mandela Day.
What better way to pay tribute to Freeman of the City of Cape Town, Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu, than putting him up right next to another Freeman of the City, Nelson Mandela.
On June 11 in 1996 then-president Nelson Mandela wrote a letter. Just longer than an A4 page, the letter ordered the creation of a secret investigative unit comprising specific police officers.
The head of an elite investigative unit appointed by former president Nelson Mandela was shot in the ankle outside a safe house two decades ago and, according to a fellow investigator, believed it was the work of a “third force”.
The British parliament earlier this week debated the issues around us president Donald Trump’s official state visit to the UK, and they didn’t hold back.
The legacy of anti-apartheid activists no longer has currency for many of today’s youth.
Saying that Adv. Busisiwe Mkhwebane has big shoes to fill is a pretty big understatement and a senior political analyst went as far as saying it would be like standing in for the late Nelson Mandela.
Turns out that 1961 television interview wasn’t Nelson Mandela’s first, watch Tata chatting to the camera during a break in the 1956 Treason Trial.
Oh dear, looks like the Zumas benefitted from the death of Nelson Mandela, what with el presidente’s first wife spending money from the father of the nation’s funeral fund.
Desmond Tutu has never been one to keep quiet about things he disagrees with and this is certainly not the first time he’s lashed out a political leader.
A former CIA agent has come forward saying that he tipped off the South African police, which led to Nelson Mandela’s arrest and 27 year jail time.
It’s the end of the parliamentary year and the ANC’s caucus had some harsh words for its opposition in parliament.
Matthew Willman, renowned South African photographer, shares with us some of his personal moments with Mr Nelson Mandela and how our nation’s hero encouraged him to live the legacy.
A sequel to Nelson Mandela’s Long Walk to Freedom, one of the best selling political memoirs of all time, is set to be released next year.