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Mandela Poster Project: Poster collection sold for target price The master print set of the Mandela 95 Collection, an initiative started in May last year to honour the life legacy of late Nelson Mandela, was recently sold to the South African Bureau of Standards (SABS) for the targeted price envisaged by the Mandela Poster Project Collective (MPPC) volunteers who initiated the project. The full target amount, set at R1M, will be donated to the Nelson
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Built on Nelson Mandela’s Legacy Johannesburg 20 March 2014 – The Nelson Mandela Children Hospital Trust today officially celebrated the start of construction of the Nelson Mandela Children’s Hospital at a sod-turning ceremony held in Parktown, Johannesburg. Speaking at the event, Sibongile Mkhabela, CEO, Nelson Mandela Children’s Hospital Trust, said: “After years of fundraising under difficult economic conditions we are proud to announce that we have raised R570m, enabling us to break ground and start building
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Children’s hospital dream becomes a reality Built on Nelson Mandela’s Legacy Johannesburg 10 March 2014 – The Nelson Mandela Children Hospital Trust today announced that the official sod-turning of the Nelson Mandela Children’s Hospital will take place on Thursday, 20 March 2014. “After years of fundraising under difficult economic conditions we are proud to announce that we have raised R570m, enabling us to break ground and start building the hospital,” says Sibongile Mkhabela, CEO, Nelson Mandela
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GE Foundation upholds Mandela legacy with $1 million donation to the Nelson Mandela Children’s Fund Donation will benefit the Nelson Mandela Children’s Hospital Trust, according to Nelson Mandela Children’s Fund. Donation will help fulfil Mandela’s lasting wish for improved child healthcare by easing  the shortage of specialised paediatric healthcare in Southern Africa. Investment demonstrates GE Foundation’s commitment to improving access to,> as well as the quality and affordability of healthcare in the region. Johannesburg, South Africa, 05 February
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