From 1 – 26 September 2014, an exhibition at LSE brings together photos, documents and artefacts that illustrate South Africa’s unique journey into democracy – President Nelson Mandela’s cherished ideal.
Moeletsi Mbeki, South African author and businessman, and deputy chair of the South African Institute of International Affairs, will give an associated lecture on Tuesday 23 September.
It is appropriate to explore the country’s journey in what has been a momentous year of remembrance for the country – 20 years since the first free elections in South Africa were held and 50 years after Mandela and his colleagues were sentenced to life imprisonment at the Rivonia trial.
This exhibition is presented by the Universities of Cape Town, Witwatersrand and Fort Hare and and supported by the South African High Commission.
The exhibition will be held in at Atrium Gallery in the Old Building at LSE from 10am – 8pm Monday to Friday until 26 September 2014.
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