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Mandela

1. Nelson (Rolihlahla). born 1918, Black South African statesman: president of South Africa (1994--99). Jailed in 1962 for 5 years and, in 1964, for life, he was released in 1990 after a long international campaign; deputy president of the African National Congress (1990--91) and president (1991--97); elected president of South Africa in 1994; Nobel peace prize jointly with F. W. de Klerk in 1993
2. (Numzano) Winnie. born 1934, Black South African political activist: campaigned for the release of her husband Nelson Mandela; they divorced in 1996
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'Nelson Mandela Day', Noordwyk said, is a global call-to-action for people to change the world.
While highlighting Pakistan's support, Noordwyk said Pakistan provided invaluable and principled support during the Liberation Struggle of Nelson Mandela, and also assisted South Africa in its transformation process.
As we remember and celebrate Mandela, his long walk to freedom offers hope to Africa overcoming myriads of challenges its population faces.
Sisulu arranged for Mandela to study law, and in 1949 Mandela became one of the A.N.C.'s leaders.
Speaking to community members and schoolchildren in Toxteth, Dr Mandela, 65, said: "We are different, but in our differences there is unity, there is camaraderie amongst all of us.
The Nelson Mandela Centenary Exhibition opened at London's Southbank Centre in July, attended by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, after various successful iterations of the exhibition around the world.
"We Indians consider Madiba (Nelson Mandela) to be one of our own.
Nelson Mandela was born in 1918 to the chief of the Madiba clan.
Various civic tributes were made to honor Nelson Mandela and in this regard, an honorary poem was read by eminent Pakistani poet, Kishwar Naheed, who has also received the Mandela Prize for her work on apartheid.
The Nelson Mandela Annual lecture is one of the Foundation's flagship programs to honor its founder Nelson Mandela.Every year since 2003, global leaders have used the lecture to raise issues affecting South Africa, Africa and the rest of the world.
Born on July 18, 1918, South African revolutionary Nelson Mandela would have celebrated 100 hundred years today.
United Nations Information Center (UNIC) would organize special celebrations at Pakistan Sweet Home (PSH) to mark 100 years since the birth of Nelson Mandela (18 July 1918).