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    AYANDA MILLISA MADIKIZELA

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    OMORROW, the late NelsonMandelas ex-

    traordinary life will be celebrated

    throughout the country and around the

    globe.

    The Qunu-born anti-apart-

    heid revolutionary, politician

    andphilanthropist,who served

    as President of South Africa

    from 1994 to 1999, would have

    celebrated his 96th birthday to-

    morrow.

    July 18, has been celebrated

    as Madiba Day for some years

    now, when people from around

    the world are asked to take 67

    minutes of their time to do

    something for the greater good

    of society.

    The Nelson Mandela Muse-

    um in Qunu, marked the birth

    of Nelson Mandela by lighting

    a torch symbolising his stature

    at his Humble Beginnings in

    Qunu last week.

    According to Qunu Museum

    Chaiperson, Nozuko Yokwana,

    the flame symbolises a pledge

    by the Nelson Mandela Muse-

    um Council, management and

    staff to honour and continue to

    preserve the legacy of the inter-

    nationally renowned states-

    man, the son of the soil, and fa-

    ther of democracy, Nelson Mandela.

    Yokwana said the lighting ceremony also marked

    the launch of the Nelson Mandela month (July) and

    added that the flame would be kept burning for the

    entire month.

    We call on every South African citizen and those

    abroad to spend 67 minutes of their time to do some-

    thing good and also to encourage the next generation

    to take leadership forward and to be patriotic, said

    Yokwana.

    The programmes here will revolve around the

    three special women in Nelson Mandelas life, name-

    ly the first wife of Nelson Mandela, Mama Evelyn

    Mase Mandela, Mama Nomzamo Winnie Mandela

    and Mama Graca Machel.

    Acting Chief Executive Officer of the Nelson Man-

    dela Museum, Noel Solani, said their programme in-

    cluded an outreach which took place on July 11 at

    the Qutubeni and Madladle-

    ni villages in Ngcobo where

    Mama Mase was born.

    In Mbizana, Madikizela

    Mandelas birthplace, the

    Mngomazi pre-school was

    refurbishedandanoutreach

    to Hlabe homestead in

    Mbongweni locality in Mbi-

    zana was done on July 15.

    Owing to limited resourc-

    es, the museum said they

    could not afford to go over to

    Mozambique where Mama

    Machel was born, but said

    their hearts were with her

    family during this month.

    Preservation of historical

    buildings will also be done,

    using traditional earth ma-

    terials at Mqhekezweni,

    where Mandela spent most

    of his younger years. The

    Regent Jongintabas Memo-

    rial will be unveiled at

    Mqhekezweni Great Place

    this month.

    Nelson Mandelas grand-

    son, Ndaba Mandela, said

    the family would also engage in numerous activities

    to honour Tatas day. Our family is very big; so that

    means many initiatives, including a visit to a Chil-

    drensHome in Johannesburg, led bymy cousin Zole-

    ka. On my side, I will be leading an initiative to col-

    lect books in indigenous languages to be handed over

    here at the Qunumuseum to benefit the local youth,

    said Ndaba.

    Madiba passed away on December 5, last year and

    his remains were brought to his home town in the

    former Transkei.

    Madiba:A life to celebrate

    Nelson Mandela Museum Chairperson, Nozuko

    Yokwana and Nelson Mandela's grandson at

    the lighting ceremony.

    PHOTO: AYANDA MILLISA MADIKIZELA

    NelsonMandela1918 2013

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    BABALWA NDLANYA

    RESIDENTS of the Tholeni Village in Butter-

    worth attended and awareness campaign or-

    ganisedby theNationalProsecutingAuthori-

    ty (NPA) and its stakeholders last week at

    Cunningham Church.

    The campaign was about fighting crime

    and to educate men and boys about domestic

    violence. Members of the community came

    out in numbers to support the event and the

    daywasmade successful by officials from the

    government departments who went all out.

    Chief Jongilizwe Luzipho from Tholeni

    said they were happy to receive lessons from

    the different government departments. This

    will make the work easier now because no

    onewill go to the police to reportmatters that

    are not important.Wewere toldwhich things

    to report.

    He said even when they were hosting an

    iMbizo, they would make sure that they re-

    minded people about what they had been told

    during the awareness campaign.

    Luzipho said Traditional Leaders also had

    aduty to educate people about the seriousness

    of committing crime, including domestic vio-

    lence. He urged parents to educate their chil-

    dren and to stop relying on the police and tra-

    ditional leaders. If you dont tell your child

    what is right or wrong, then who will do it

    for you?, he asked.

    One of the community members who at-

    tended, Lungile Madikizela, said they were

    given a lot of information which would help

    them to educate their own communities.

    Spokesperson for the National Prosecuting

    Authority (NPA), Luxolo Tyali, said the

    awareness campaigns were started in 2009

    and they were still continuing with them in

    partnershipwith thepolice, T