In the latest news on Monday 19 July 2021, South Africa will be hoping for a return to relative normality, after beginning the week by honouring Nelson Mandela.
In the fourth instalment of The South African’s exclusive series on the iconic statesman’s personal chef, Xoliswa Ndoyiya, recalls how Nelson Mandela used to spent his birthdays at home in Qunu.
Between the unrest and the third wave of COVID-19, going out may not be the best bet. Here are six ways to celebrate Mandela Day from home.
As South Africans participate in Mandela Day and offer 67-minutes of service, the Ndlovu Youth Choir have provided a soundtrack.
Think you know the most iconic leader South Africa has ever known? Test your knowledge about Nelson Mandela in our new quiz.
The sneaker brand is set to release 67 limited-edition sneakers – of which the 67th pair will be auctioned off – on Mandela Day this weekend.
From dreaming of your next holiday to helping others, here’s how you can lift your spirits and pay it forward this Mandela Day.
The Trek4Mandela team will summit Kilimanjaro on 18 July 2021 as an inspirational climb to support the fight against period poverty.
Ford masters the art of custom auto paint work and backs Mandela Month with the delivery of a unique Ranger to the Nelson Mandela Foundation.
Ladles of Love broke the world record with the most sandwiches made in an hour this past Mandela Day.
Nelson Mandela Children’s Hospital drivers receive advanced training to ensure safe transportation of vulnerable children
The Inani Start Well Foundation has launched a fundraising campaign in order to build the first-ever non-profit, whole food factory in South Africa.
As part of his Mandela Day activity, President Cyril Ramaphosa will spend time with children in a virtual book reading session on Saturday.
Suidoosterfees is celebrating Mandela Day with a special version of Amanda Strydom`s ‘A Child in a Faraway Land’.
Introducing Afree Fest: A 24-hour free-to-view music festival featuring various musicians from around the globe.
Made for television, the Solidarity Cup will showcase a return to live sports in the most responsible way possible.
In celebration of Mandela Month, Project Playground is calling for donations for psychosocial interventions for gender-based violence victims. Here’s what you’ll get in return.
In 67 Minutes for Mandela, South Africans and people across the world volunteer 67 minutes, or more, on 18 July to help others.
Mandela Day is an annual international day in honour of Nelson Mandela, celebrated each year on his birthday. If you’re in the UK, here’s how you can help.
According to the Mandela Day Global Network, Mandela Day 2020 will be going digital due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
South Africa and the world is marking former President Nelson Mandela’s birthday on 18 July which has been declared Nelson Mandela International Day by the United Nations (UN).
Join the Ndlovu Youth Choir for their first public live stream performance this Mandela Day where they will be performing for 67 minutes to raise funds for charity.
Nelson Mandela’s birthday is 18 July but here in South Africa, we celebrate the life of Madiba for the entire month of July.
Miss South Africa, Zandile Gumede, the Hong Kong protests and the ‘make reading sexy’ campaign had everyone turning to Google for the latest updates.