Nelson Mandela Foundation
The Nelson Mandela Foundation is a non-profit organization founded by Nelson Mandela in 1999 to promote Mandela's vision of freedom and equality for all. The chairman is professor Njabulo Ndebele.
The vision of Nelson Mandela Foundation is to contribute to build a society that remembers its past, listens to all voices, and pursues social justice for all.
The Nelson Mandela Foundation organises an annual lecture, inviting prominent people to drive debate on significant social issues.
- 2003 - Bill Clinton
- 2004 - Desmond Tutu
- 2005 - Wangari Maathai
- 2006 - Thabo Mbeki
- 2007 - Kofi Annan
- 2008 - Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf
- 2009 - Muhammad Yunus
- 2010 - Ariel Dorfman
- 2011 - Ismail Serageldin
- 2012 - Mary Robinson
- 2013 - Mo Ibrahim
- 2014 - Michelle Bachelet
- 2015 - Thomas Piketty
- 2016 - Bill Gates
- 2017 - Amina J. Mohammed
- 2018 - Barack Obama
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- "Professor Njabulo S Ndebele (Chairman) – Nelson Mandela Foundation". Nelsonmandela.org. Retrieved 2016-03-05.
- "About the Nelson Mandela Foundation – Nelson Mandela Foundation". www.nelsonmandela.org. Retrieved 2017-12-27.
- Press, Associated (2016-11-01). "'Wheels coming off' Zuma's South Africa, says Nelson Mandela Foundation". The Guardian. ISSN 0261-3077. Retrieved 2017-12-27.
- "Nelson Mandela Foundation hits back at Mugabe... says he 'should base his comments on facts'". News24. Retrieved 2017-12-27.
- "Annual Lecture – Nelson Mandela Foundation". www.nelsonmandela.org. Retrieved 2018-08-11.
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