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Nelson MANDELA - Page 1

(1918 - 2013)

 

AUDIO HIS FAMOUS WORDS QUIZ
BIOGRAPHY HIS LIFE IN PICTURES SONGS
CARTOONS LESSON PLANS VIDEOS
CINEMA OBITUARY WEBQUESTS
GAMES POEMS WORKSHEETS


RELATED PAGE : South Africa

(Updated on 24/05/2016)

 

 

 

OBITUARY :

 

 

BIOGRAPHY :

 

 

 

 

  • Madiba memorabilia sales skyrocket - 11 December 2013
    "Vendors in Greenmarket Square in the Cape Town CBD say although they are sad Nelson Mandela has passed away, they have also welcomed the spike in sales...
    There's been a brisk sale in all things bearing Madiba's image and traders say it seems locals and tourists alike want to get their hands on a piece of the global icon."

    (ewn.co.za)
  • Mourning millions - "Will Mandela's funeral really be the biggest in history?"
    + Other big funerals
    (BBC)
  • A world named after Mandela
    "From Africa to Asia and Europe to the Americas, hundreds of streets, buildings and other community facilities have been named after former South African President Nelson Mandela."

    (BBC)


HIS LIFE IN PICTURES :

 

 

 

  • Audio slideshow: Long walk to freedom
    "It is 20 years since the South African authorities agreed to free Nelson Mandela - the man who would lead the struggle to end the country's
    policy of racial segregation, and create a multi-racial democracy.
    Using the BBC archives, see how he left behind his cell of 27 years, to become South Africa's first black president."

    (BBC)

 

  • Audio Slideshow : Nelson Mandela at 90
    "The world statesman celebrates his 90th birthday on Friday 18 July 2008.
    As a lawyer and activist he campaigned against South Africa's apartheid regime.
    Accused of trying to overthrow the government, he spent nearly 30 years in prison.
    After his release in 1990, he went on to receive the Nobel Peace Prize and to become his country's first black president.
    ..
    Includes radio archive and interviews..."
    (BBC)

 

 

 

 

HIS FAMOUS WORDS :

 

 

  • The Voice of Mandela : "Major speeches and letters from the life and career of South Africa’s first black president, organized by date, topic and readers’ favorites."
    (nytimes.com)