The Mandela Trophy was a one-day International cricket tournament which took place from 2 December 1994 to 12 January 1995. The tournament was hosted by South Africa, who were one of the four sides competing, with the others being New Zealand, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. Each side played each other twice before the two with the most points took part in a best of three finals series. The finals were contested between Pakistan and South Africa with the hosts winning 2–0.
Man of the Series Aamer Sohail scored 432 runs while his teammate Waqar Younis was the tournament's leading wicket taker with 21 victims. The tournament saw Sanath Jayasuriya, Adam Parore, Dave Callaghan and Michael Rindel all make their maiden ODI hundreds.