Hundreds of people gathered at the Grand Parade in Cape Town to mark Mandela Day. Led by The Elders, a forum of former leaders founded by Nelson Mandela a decade ago, the #WalkTogether march brought together community leaders and human rights activists who urged awareness of gender violence and gangsterism on the city's Cape Flats.
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Cape Town City Hall on Darling Street, where Nelson Mandela made his first public speech after his release from Robben Island on February 11, 1990 and the starting point of the #WalkTogether march. see more »
The Elders, Capetonians #WalkTogether on Mandela Day
allAfrica, 18 July 2017
Hundreds of people gathered at the Grand Parade in Cape Town to mark Mandela Day. Led by The Elders, a forum of former leaders founded by Nelson Mandela a decade ago, the… Read more »
Mandela's Spirit Is Still Alive - Graça Machel
News24Wire, 18 July 2017
Former President Nelson Mandela's spirit is still alive, his widow Graça Machel said on Mandela Day on Tuesday. Read more »
Hundreds of marchers #WalkTogether to mark Mandela Day.
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