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By Linger Magazine
Linger Magazine shares in the launch of House of Mandela’s US tour - keeping in the spirit of celebration
The newly launched Nelson Mandela set of collectible coins, the first such historic commemorative coins by the SAGCE to be released in the United States, Red Ribbon Twin Set chooses three USA based charities,
By African Diaspora International Film Festival
2012 marks 100 years of selfless struggle of the ANC. The ANC-US Interim Branch, ADIFF and WBAI have partnered to reflect on the achievements and lessons learned from 100 years of struggle for freedom and human rights by the ANC.
By Bargain Hunter
The Mandela R5 birthday coin is one of the fastest appreciating rare coins in the world. The South African Mints 2008 R5 coin commemorates the 90th birthday of Nelson Mandela and is a coin collector’s delight.
By C.J. Beck
Set in apartheid-era South Africa, SPIKED takes on literary lions Wilbur Smith, John Le Carré and Tom Clancy with a short trailing Beck's 2002 thriller. In a world of low-tech terrorism SPIKED has more resonance today than ever - ISBN: 1-4010-4030-6
By The Quartet of Peace
Brian Lisus (internationally renowned violin maker based in Cape Town, South Africa) initiated a project The Quartet of Peace dedicated to the ideals inspired by the 4 South African Nobel Peace Laureats. You can follow the progress on his Blog.
By Emmanuel D Tayari
International high level conference on mwalimu julius.kambarage nyerere to be held at the university of edinburgh, scotland 9th -12t of november, 2009.
Fuze Award-WInning Online Graphic Novel is Releases Episode 2. Soundtrack reaches #2 on Overplay.com R&B Charts.
"INVICTUS" Clint Eastwood's new movie. Exclusive interview with Sitges Hollywood author John Carlin.
By Sitges Guide
Sitges based John Carlin is a journalist and author. "His book Playing the Enemy" about Nelson Mandela is the basis for a new Hollywood film "Invictus" directed by Clint Eastwood. It stars Morgan Freeman & Matt Damon.
By Global Camps Africa
The incredible need to help children affected by HIV/AIDS in South Africa has prompted a Global Camps Africa supporter to match individual donations--dollar for dollar--raised in the next six months up to $46,664 in honor of Nelson Mandela's 90th