Nelson Mandela: Remarks by President Mandela at the celebration of the 50th birthday of His Majesty, King Goodwill Zwelithini Ka Bhekuzulu

August 1, 1998 (almost 22 years ago)

In this speech, Nelson Mandela pays tribute to King Goodwill Zwelithini Ka Bhekuzulu on his 50th birthday. He feels honored to have a King who advocates peace and unity for his people. He ends by urging everyone to give the King the gift of enduring peace.

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Nelson Mandela: Retirement Announcement by Former President Nelson Mandela

June 1, 2004 (about 16 years ago)

In this address, Nelson Mandela announces (in his self-effacing humor) his retirement. He asks everyone's understanding in his decision to live a more private life and spend more time with his friends and family.

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Nelson Mandela: Mandela Rhodes Banquet, 2003

February 1, 2003 (over 17 years ago)

In this speech, Nelson Mandela takes pride in the establishment of the Mandela-Rhodes Foundation. He talks about some of the Cape's history and injects a notable amount of his brand of humor in this address. He believes in the progress that South America will achieve with help in part from the Ma...

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Nelson Mandela: Remarks of Honorable Nelson Mandela, Former South African President, at the launch of final report of World Commission on Dams

November 16, 2000 (over 19 years ago)

Nelson Mandela gives a speech at the launch of the World Commission on Dams' Final Report. He talks about Dams, what they mean for South Africa, the people, and the environment. He talks about the benefits and problems it presents and asks that we take ownership of our issues. He tells us that we...

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Nelson Mandela: Message of condolence from Nelson Mandela to the Prime Minister of India Atal Bihari Vajpayee and the people of the Republic of India on the death of Kalpana Chawla

February 3, 2003 (over 17 years ago)

Nelson Mandela sends a message of Condolence to India for the tragic death of Kalpana Chawla. She was one of seven crew members killed in the Space Shuttle Columbia disaster.

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Nelson Mandela: Speech by President Mandela on the results of Census '96

October 20, 1998 (over 21 years ago)

In this speech, Nelson Mandela talks about the results of the 1996 South African Census. He congratulates everyone who was instrumental in this monumental endeavor. This census is very important as this provides information that the government can use to achieve its goals.

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Nelson Mandela: Speech by President Mandela at the symposium for World Rural Women's Day

October 15, 1998 (over 21 years ago)

In this speech, Nelson Mandela speaks at the symposium for World Rural Women's Day. He talks about the role of the women of South Africa, how they contributed to society during the centuries of oppression. He asks them today to assert their rights as women and help shape and build a better life f...

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Nelson Mandela: Rome Conference on Africa, April 2004

April 1, 2004 (about 16 years ago)

Nelson Mandela sends this message to the Rome Conference on Africa. He thanks the conference for the invitation and says that South Africa celebrates the continued work for African renewal and regeneration. He hopes that the conference will be successful and the outcome will contribute to the dev...

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Nelson Mandela: Speech by Nelson Mandela at the 1999 Parliament of the World's Religions

December 1, 1999 (over 20 years ago)

In this speech, Nelson Mandela speaks at the 1999 Parliament of the World's Religions. He talks about the importance of religion to the people, how it can unite us in common humanity. He ends by asking the religious leaders to play a role in handling the challenges that the world faces today.

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Nelson Mandela: Remarks by President Mandela at a farewell luncheon for business and labour

May 26, 1999 (about 21 years ago)

In this address, Nelson Mandela talks to the leaders of Business and Labour at a farewell luncheon. He talks about the past five years and how the business and labour leaders have responded to his call - that we are one people with one destiny. He ends by stating that he expects the business and ...

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