Residents of the late former President Nelson Mandela's hometown, Qunu, Eastern Cape says since the death of the struggle icon in 2013, their living conditions have worsened.
Constitutional Court chief justice Mogoeng Mogoeng gives a keynote at the 67 Minutes Leadership Talk hosted by the People Matter Foundation.
The NCOP Chairperson Amos Masondo has dedicated Parliament's budget vote to the late former president Nelson Mandela.
Durbanites have packed over 69 000 meal packs for vulnerable learners as part of this week’s Mandela Day celebrations.
To mark Mandela Month, a faith-based Non-Governmental Organisation in the North West, has donated a specialised wheel-chair to a disabled 12-year-old girl in Madibe village in Mahikeng.
Ahead of Mandela Day on Thursday, 17 climbers are preparing to conquer Kilimanjaro.
Thursday marks the 56th anniversary of the arrest of the high command of Umkhonto Weziswe at Lillieslief Farm in Rivonia North of Johannesburg.
The !Xun and the Khwe Community in Platfontein near Kimberley say they will never forget how Nelson Mandela changed their lives for the better.
As Mandela Month kicks off, the Boikanyo Foundation has started and initiative to raise funds for children with congenital heart disease.
July 1st marks the Nelson Mandela month with various activities planned to celebrate the former statesman's legacy.
The Nelson Mandela and Albertina Sisulu centenary celebrations culminated in a Mandela Remembrance Walk and Run in Pretoria on Sunday.
Nelson Mandela and Albertina Sisulu's centennial programmes will be rolled out through December.
The CEO of the Streetbiz Foundation, Dr Nico de Klerk, completed his 130 day walk from Pretoria to Cape Town on Saturday.
President Cyril Ramaphosa has unveiled a Nelson Mandela statue at the United Nations (UN) in New York.
The Nelson Mandela Foundation has described as deeply offensive an artwork by controversial visual artist Ayanda Mabulu associating Madiba with Nazi symbols.
North West MEC for Safety, Mpho Motlhabane says the deaf community are the most important part of society and they need love and support at all times .
As part of the centenary celebrations of former President Nelson Mandela and ANC stalwart Albertina Sisulu, Parliament hosted students from various Western Cape secondary schools.
Justice and Correctional Services minister, Mike Masutha, says implementing the Nelson Mandela Rules for the treatment of prisoners will encourage the humane treatment of inmates the world over.
Former Public Protector Thuli Madonsela says social justice is about just and fair distribution of opportunities.
Celebrations to mark Nelson Mandela's centenary have not only been taking place in South Africa.
Former President F.W de Klerk has called for an end to racial divisions in the country, saying South Africans should reflect on Madiba's memory as a guideline to defeating racism.
Tshwane Executive Mayor Solly Msimanga together with his staff have spent the International Mandela Day involved in various social activities including cleaning open spaces in and around the capital.
Former US President Barack Obama has said in his Nelson Mandela Lecture that Madiba's focus on human rights remains a key lesson for the world.
Renowned African scholar Professor Patrick Lumumba has described late former President Nelson Mandela, as a man larger than life.
African National Congress (ANC) Chief Whip Jackson Mthembu says one of the important milestones in Parliament to honour Madiba's 100th birthday is the recent passing of two ground breaking pieces of legislation.
Cosatu has provided wheelchairs to the elderly and those with physical disabilities in Mpumalanga on Monday.
It's all systems go for former US President Barack Obama to deliver the Nelson Mandela lecture in Johannesburg on Tuesday.
Robben Island Museum authorities says keeping a clean and safe environment is one of world heritage site's priorities, but doing so in the name of Madiba is a bonus.
Athletes participating in the 100 kilometre Mandela Marathon are close to the 45 kilometre mark.
President Cyril Ramaphosa urges South Africans to emulate the legacy of the late and former President Nelson Mandela by making a meaningful and lasting difference in their communities.