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There was a growing buzz at the UN headquarters in New York where an informal meeting, titled “Building a greater world under Madiba’s vision”, was held.
The session will be followed by the US launch of the 46664 clothing line.
POLITICIANS HONOUR MADIBA
It was one of the institutions he identified for upgrading in the late 1990s.
Performance at the school improved before dropping again.
Meanwhile, Mayor Patricia de Lille believes graffiti is just another way in which gang members recruit youngsters.
The Cape Town mayor used the opportunity to get her hands dirty for Madiba's 94th birthday.
“Graffiti is a masked message from various drug lords and gangsters in particular areas. That’s how our kids get drawn into drugs and gangsterism.”
Struggle veteran Ahmed Kathrada said Mandela would want the world to pay tribute to all of the heroes of South Africa's past.
He laid flowers at Joe Slovo’s tombstone as part of Mandela Day celebrations.
“Today we are not talking about political party people. We are talking about heroes, irrespective of the political organisation they belonged to.”
He also visited Zeph Mothopeng's grave, describing how he had been tortured while in detention.
Kathrada said visiting the grave site was an emotional experience for him.
MANDELA CELEBRATES AT HOME
Madiba celebrated his birthday in Qunu with his family and only a few people were allowed to see the former president.
Relatives from all over the country spend the day with him and those inside said it was a low-key affair.
A few locals from Qunu, Umtatha and even East London, stopped by to drop off bouquets of flowers for the national icon.
But guards said they could not allow anyone inside.
This did not stop locals in the village from celebrating by singing, dancing and sharing birthday cake.