Barack Obama To Give Lecture In South Africa To Honor Nelson Mandela

Barack Obama To Give Lecture In South Africa To Honor Nelson Mandela

Barack Obama To Give Lecture In South Africa To Honor Nelson Mandela

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The Nelson Mandela Foundation and the Obama Foundation also made an official announcement that President Barack Obama will deliver the 16 Nelson Mandela Annual Lecture under the theme "Renewing the Mandela Legacy and Promoting Active Citizenship in a Changing World" in Johannesburg at the Ellis Park Arena on the 17th of July 2018.

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The Nelson Mandela Foundation announced the presence of the first black US president at the lecture on Monday which is themed: "Renewing the Mandela Legacy and Promoting Active Citizenship in a Changing World". "We hope that it will again be a significant moment for the two legacies to join", added Hatang. And to mark the lead up to uTata's 100th birthday, we're inviting you to help write the new chapter of Madiba's legacy.

"These remarkable individuals will be a part of our largest and most ambitious leadership group to date: the Obama Foundation Leaders: Africa", Bernadette Meehan, who is leading the program as its chief global officer, said in a statement.

"Obama met with Mandela in 2005 and eulogized him at his death five years ago, saying "(Mandela) makes me want to be a better man".

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He served one term as South Africa's president before stepping down in 1999.

The United Nations declared July 18 International Nelson Mandela Day and annually, on this day, people across political divides in South Africa and other parts of the world devote 67 minutes doing charitable work.

Former Nelson Mandela lecture speakers include Bill Clinton, Thabo Mbeki, Kofi Annan, Bill Gates and Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu.

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