SOUTH AFRICA FEED
19:22:38 SU TED KOPPEL. 19:23:19 INTV/W MASSACHUSETTS DEMOCRATIC LEADER DELLAH OMAR, A FRIEND OF SOUTH AFRICAN LEADER NELSON MANDELA. REVERSAL. REFEEDS. 19:34:35 INTV/W AFRICAN NATIONAL CONGRESS (ANC) LEADER WALTER SISULU ABOUT THE IMPENDING PRISON RELEASE OF MANDELA. SU'S KOPPEL. 19:40:44 INTV/W MINISTER OF CONSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT GERRIT VILJOEN ABOUT MANDELA'S LEADERSHIP QUALITIES. 19:46:44 SLATE TO THE END. CI: PERSONALITIES: MANDELA, NELSON (ABOUT). PERSONALITIES: OMAR, DELLAH. PERSONALITIES: SISULU, WALTER. PERSONALITIES: VILJOEN, GERRIT.
SAFRICA TALKS
00:00:00:00 [Meeting of South African political leaders fails to break the country's constitutional impasse, leaving Zulu heartland of Natal facing prospect of mounting violence]--PB Zulu King ...
We’re digging!
Radio France: filmed programmes
SAfrica Zuma 3
Reaction to decision not to remove Zuma
LONDON FEED
LONDON FEED. 14:33:50 ITN FTG OF SOUTH AFRICAN BLACKS GATHERED TOGETHER INSIDE A SOCCER STADIUM IN SOWETO. FTG OF AFRICAN NATIONAL CONGRESS (ANC) LEADER NELSON MANDELA ADDRESSING THE CROWD. FTG OF MANDELA WALKING WITH HIS WIFE WINNIE AND HIS SUPPORTERS. MORE FTG OF MANDELA MAKING A SPEECH. FTG OF SOUTH AFRICAN CONSTITUTIONAL MINISTER DOCTOR GERRIT VILJOEN CONDUCTING A PRESS CONFERENCE. FTG OF BRITISH PRIME MINISTER MARGARET THATCHER DURING A SESSION OF PARLIAMENT. 14:41:09 FTG OF VIOLENT CLASHES IN DUSHANBE IN SOVIET TAJIKISTAN BETWEEN CITIZENS AND SOVIET POLICE. 14:43:48 SLATE TO THE END. CI: PERSONALITIES: MANDELA, NELSON. PERSONALITIES: MANDELA, WINNIE. PERSONALITIES: THATCHER, MARGARET. PERSONALITIES: VILJOEN, GERRIT. CIVIL RIGHTS: BLACKS, SOUTH AFRICA. RIOTS: TAJIKISTAN.
GEORGE BUSH PRESENTED WITH IWO JIMA MEMORIAL REPLICA (1990)
REMARKS BY PRESIDENT GEORGE BUSH UPON RECEIVING A REPLICA OF THE IWO JIMA MEMORIAL AND ANSWERING QUESTIONS FROM REPORTERS.
South Africa: expropriation of white farmers
France 24
President Bush / South Africa News Conference (1991)
MANDELA / SOUTH AFRICA
JOHANNESBURG FEED. 11:17:43 FTG OF BLACKS GATHERING IN SOWETO. 11:29:14 INTVS/W CITIZENS. 11:31:48 WTN MATERIAL. FTG OF CLASHES BETWEEN SOVIET TROOPS AND TAJIKISTAN PROTESTERS. 14:32:44 ITN MATERIAL. FTG OF AFRICAN NATIONAL CONGRESS (ANC) LEADER NELSON MANDELA ADDRESSING A LARGE CROWD INSIDE A SOCCER STADIUM IN SOWETO. FTG OF BLACKS GATHERED INSIDE THE STADIUM. FTG OF MANDELA SITTING AT HOME WITH HIS WIFE WINNIE. FTG OF SOUTH AFRICAN MINISTER OF CONSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT GERRIT VILJOEN CONDUCTING A PRESS CONFERENCE ABOUT MANDELA'S RELEASE. FTG OF BRITISH PRIME MINISTER MARGARET THATCHER ARGUING WITH GOVERNMENT MEMBERS ABOUT LIFTING SANCTIONS AGAINST SOUTH AFRICA, DURING A SESSION OF PARLIAMENT. AERIAL FTG OF THE SOCCER STADIUM IN SOWETO. 17:00:00 TED KOPPEL INTV/W SOUTH AFRICAN PRESIDENT F W DE KLERK ABOUT BLACKS' FEARS OF THE POLICE. DE KLERK DISCUSSES THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE POLICE AND BLACKS. HE ALSO DISCUSSES THE STATE OF EMERGENCY AND THE FUTURE OF THE NEW SOUTH AFRICA. INTVS/W WHITE AND BLACK CHILDREN. SU KOPPEL. 17:30:24 FTG OF MANDELA, HIS WIFE WINNIE AND ANC LEADER WALTER SISULU MAKING THE BLACK POWER SALUTE, AND SINGING INSIDE THE SOCCER STADIUM. REFEEDS. CI: PERSONALITIES: DE KLERK, F W. PERSONALITIES: MANDELA, NELSON. PERSONALITIES: MANDELA, WINNIE. PERSONALITIES: SISULU, WALTER. PERSONALITIES: THATCHER, MARGARET. PERSONALITIES: VILJOEN, GERRIT. CIVIL RIGHTS: BLACKS, SOUTH AFRICA. DEMONSTRATIONS: SOUTH AFRICA. DEMONSTRATIONS: TAJIKISTAN.
Two presidents on a slide
Radio France: filmed programmes
Nelson Mandela - Part 1
NVS0087 Subject: Nelson Mandela Part 1 Library Thematic Clipreels - Volume 43 - Nelson Mandela - Part 1 (1964-1993) Duration 87 mins 30 secs Sound: Natural Sound unless stated otherwise 10:00:00 W086092 RR9107A - South Africa: Au Revoir Apartheid? APTN South African President Hendrik Verwoerd (part-mute). 1964 Rivonia trial of Nelson Mandela and seven ANC members. South African President J.B.Vorster with black African leaders. 1969 funeral of black student leader Steve Biko. 1976 aerial of Soweto township and street violence. 10:01:05 W080688 G23078607 APTN VS Soweto riots in 1976. Interview with Winnie Mandela saying her husband will lead S.Africa to freedom. 10:01:10 W066483 RR9418A - South Africa: Vote, The Beloved Country APTN 1976 - Soweto building on fire. Troops in street. Soldiers climbing on rood of building. Youth throwing brick at car travelling on highway. 10:01:31 W033033 Special - Mandela Profile APTN 13 June 1980 - Winnie Mandela interviewed in Brandfort, Orange Free State, to where she had been banished, says Brandfort is a living grave. 16 November 1980 - Oliver Tambo, ANC leader, accepts award for international understanding on behalf of Mandela. May 1983 - Aftermath of ANC car bomb in Pretoria. March 1984 - Aftermath of attack on oil storage tanks at Ermelo. July 1983 - Winnie Mandela saying Nelson will be back to lead his people. 8 August 1985 - March on Pollsmoor Prison, police dispersing blacks with whips, white academics marching, statement read to Mandela public. 28 October 1985 - Oliver Tambo unveils a statue of Mandela erected in London by the Greater London Council - GLC. 5 November 1985 - Winnie visits Nelson in hospital where he has undergone an operation, shows her leaving and she says she does not anticipate any problems with the operation. 10:04:13 W077527 RR8531 - South Africa: State of Emergency Kindles Black Defiance APTN Mass funerals in South Africa. Police and army presence in Black townships. Voting for a new constitution in 1984. Black demonstration against tricamaral elections. P.W. Botha opening last session of old parliament. Right wing Whites Andries Treurnicht and Eugene Terre Blanche. United Democratic Front meetings. Rally speech by Albertino Sisulu. Winnie Mandela and Edward Kennedy in Jan 1985. Police and troops firing tear gas and making arrests in black townships. P.W. Botha speaking on township violence. Black woman killed in Duduza. Blacks burning Black councillors houses. Desmond Tutu speaking at Tumahole after mass funerals banned. 10:10:14 RR8601B - South Africa: The Banning of Winnie Mandela APTN Winnie Mandela at airport. Cars along road. Cameraman's car bumped. Winnie Mandela arrested. Winnie inspecting house after firebomb attack in Brandfort. Ext Mandela home in Soweto. Winnie Mandela out of court. Crowds accompany her down street. Ext Pollmoor prison: Winnie Mandela speaking about Christmas 1985. Crowds at rally. ANC flag. Winnie Mandela addressing crowds. 10:14:19 W080688 G23078607 APTN 18 July 1986 - Winnie Mandela and family celebrating at home. Wedding cake that has never been cut. Winnie Mandela's message to international community on behalf of husband. 10:15:00 W038000 RR8829B - South Africa: Mandela APTN Video believed to show Mandela inside Medipark clinic Cape Town 1986. President Botha speech august 1985. Zinzi Mandela reads her father's response to Botha offer of release 1985. Released prisoner Govan Mbeki with supporters 1987. Free Nelson Mandela rally. Winnie Mandela SOT. 10:16:05 W043081 RR9010B - Zambia: ANC APTN ANC's 75th anniversary celebrations in Lusaka (1987) showing Zambia's President Kenneth Kaunda and ANC President Oliver Tambo. 10:16:32 W083174 G06058709 APTN (Mock election held by "Sowetan" newspaper for blacks, saw Nelson Mandela as the winner). 'Sowetan' newspaper editor Aggrey Klaaste sot. Newspaper pasted up; 10:17:19 W038000 RR8829B - South Africa: Mandela APTN Soweto schoolchildren sing Mandela song. Rural Transkei, Qunu village. Mandela's relatives looking at site of his parents' house. Relatives tend family graves. Children and donkey cart. Building where Mandela went to infant school. Healdtown Mission School, now derelict, where Mandela continued education. Former teacher, resident of Qunu, S. Njomane, SOT; Fort Hare university attended by Mandela; Freedom Square at Fort Hare university where Mandela often addressed meetings; 10:19:13 W045385 G18078814 APTN 18 July 1988 - Winnie Mandela receives thousands of birthday cards from around the world on Nelson Mandela's 70th birthday. South African security forces impose a blanket ban on all events organized to mark Nelson Mandela's birthday including a jogging run from Pollsmoor Prison and a concert. Road blocks and security services pull down a large banner proclaiming Mandela a peoples leader. 10:20:49 W039342 G28118806 APTN 24 November 1988 - LS Archbishop Desmond Tutu and ANC leader Oliver Tambo shaking hands in Harare. PW Botha saying that Mandela could be released if he would renounce violence. 26 November 1988 - (released detainees) vs Mothopeng family singing and dancing. cs Zephania Mothopeng singing. cs Zephania intw hoping that his friends will be released soon. ls Harry Gwala seated whilst family dance before him. vs Gwala with family and hugged by friends 10:22:02 W039480 G12128807 APTN Cape Paarl Victor Verster Gevangenis Prison - 8 December 1988 - gv road sign 'Welcome to Paarl. gv prison farm as town in b/g. cu sign for prison Pull Out road to prison as cars along. tgv prison farm as hills in b/g Pan R-L. tls houses in grounds. ws house in grounds. interview Archbishop Desmond Tutu SoT saying Government playing games - Mandela is still in a prison. cu various newspaper headlines on Nelson Mandela's removal to the Prison Farm house. ms Winnie Mandela with family and supporters coming out from Government bldg in Paarl Pull Out as down steps Pan L-R as along SoT supporters singing 'Mandela'. 10:23:07 W045673 G16108917 APTN (Walter Sisulu, a senior member of the African National Congress, returned home on 15 October after 26 years in prison) 10 October 1989 - Photo Sisulu wedding (in frame on furniture). B/w Sisulu photo. 11 October 1989 - ATHLONE - Crowd in stadium. crowds dancing outside; crowd chanting and holding banners demanding detainees be freed. Police fire tear gas. people running from tear gas. 11 October 1989 - PRETORIA -Exterior Union Building. State Presidents office sign. Tutu, Chikane, Boesak out of car, meeting de Klerk, posing for photographers. 15 October 1989 - SOWETO - (part-mute) Sisulu out of minibus, walking towards home, crowds surrounding him and cheering. Daughter signing for his possessions from prison. Sisulu with wife, Albertina. SOT Albertina. Couple kissing. Sisulu hugging grand-daughter. Sisulu walking outside to meet well-wishers. SOT Sisulu saying there were times he thought he might die in jail but he never lost hope of being released. 10:25:29 W042834 G05029015 APTN (De Klerk unbans the ANC, says Mandela will be freed) 31 January 1990 - CAPE TOWN - Demonstrators dancing. Allan Boesak arm in arm with marchers. Placards calling for Mandela release. 1 February 1990 - CAPE TOWN - ZOOM into Nelson Mandela's prison house 2 February 1990 - JOHANNESBURG - Happy crowds. Tutu SOT "The walls of apartheid are falling we apartheid as it is no deal". Happy crowds. 2 February 1990 - PRETORIA. Head shot Conservative Party official Koos van der Meuwe. Van der Meuwe SOT "We will fight him (de Klerk) with everything we have" *10:27:03 W042913 G12029018 APTN (The release of Nelson Mandela after 27 years in prison) 10 February 1990 - JOHANNESBURG - Newsmen outside Winnie Mandela's house in SOWETO. SOT Winnie Mandela. Jesse Jackson and Allan Boesak listening to radio news. Jackson and Boesak leading dancing crowds. 10 February 1990 - PRETORIA - PAN of crowd at white right-wing meeting. Flag with "swastika". GV banners. Eugene Terre Blanche, AWB leader, speaking. "Hang Mandela" banner on statue. "Yankee Kaffir" sign and pan white right-wing rally. 10 February 1990 - POKOSO TOWNSHIP (near Joburg) - Mass rally. GV stadium. Interior rally. Crowds dispersed by police. Tear gas used. MCU police van which drives away. 11 February 1990 - AARL - (commentary throughout this section) GV prison gate and many police. Car convoy towards outer gate. Crowd waiting to see Mandela. LS Nelson and Winnie walk hand in hand. Winnie raises clenched fist. Both give ANC salute. CU Mandela walking. MCU Nelson and Winnie in car. Car moves off through crush of supporters and security and cameramen. motorcade leaving. 11 February 1990 - CAPETOWN - GV motorcycle outriders lead Mandela convoy. PAN Convoy passing. Mandela car, damaged, drives past. Mandela car surrounded by supporters. MCU Mandela on balcony with supporters. Walter Sisulu chants to crowd, and introduces Mandela to crowd. Mandela chants to crowd. Crowd chants. 10:32:39 W042982 G19029015 APTN 12 February 1990 - PAROW, CAPE PROVINCE - (Conservative party meeting) leader Andries Treurnicht up to podium amid loud applause. sot Treurnicht in "English that as long as the ANC operates as a militant organization, they will hit them as hard as they can and that as far as they're concerned, it it war, plain and simple. 14 February 1990 - SOWETO - Exterior Mandela home. Mandela comes out. cu Mandela. hugs friend. guards outside house. Mandela raises fist, walks to car. 14 February 1990 - ROBBEN ISLAND - exterior prison. prisoners leaving room. 16 February 1990 - JOHANNESBURG - ws meeting with ambassadors. Nelson and Winnie Mandela arriving at meeting. Mandela and Winnie take seats. applauded. 10:34:06 W043060 G26029018 APTN 20 February 1990 - SOWETO - (Mandela visiting tribal leaders) Nelson Mandela, Deputy ANC ldr, greets Archbishop Desmond Tutu. Singer in traditional attire sings praises of Mandela. tribal leaders salute Mandela. Mandela out of car, greets tribal leaders. Mandela and tribal leaders walk into building with raised fists. 21 February 1990 - Nelson Mandela meeting members of the ANC military wing. 22 February 1990 - NATAL - ANC ldr, Walter Sisulu, meeting Zulu Inkatha Chief, Mangosuthu Buthelezi. 23 February 1990 - SOWETO -Nelson Mandela greeting Democratic Party delegation. Mandela and delegation into house. Denis Worrall, Democratic Party, sot: "I felt honoured to meet him. He has statesman like qualities, and I believe he has an extremely important reconciling role in the South African situation." 25 February 1990 - DURBAN - GV Huge crowd at Durban rally. people arriving and being searched. GVs rally preps. Mandela shouts "Amandla" (freedom) to crowd. Mandela speaking to crowd: "Friends, comrades, and the people of Natal. I greet you all. I greet you in the name of peace, a peace that is so desperately needed in this region." and "Apartheid is a cancer" 10:37:59 W043132 G05039023 APTN (Mandela takes up ANC role) 27 February 1990 - LUSAKA, ZAMBIA - Aeroplane taxiing on runway. GVs crowd waving. Nelson Mandela, ANC, out of plane crowd. Wife, Winnie Mandela, out of plane. Walter Sisulu, ANC, off plane. Mandela shaking hands and embracing PLO Ldr, Yasser Arafat. crowd applauds. Mandela sot at airport. 28 February 1990 - LUSAKA, ZAMBIA - Line-up of leaders: Mandela waving. meeting in Lusaka progress. Mandela saying no concessions on sanctions until government changes policies. 01 March 1990 - LUSAKA, ZAMBIA - Mandela arriving to lay wreath at Freedom statue in Lusaka. CU Freedom statue. CU Mandela ANC leaders singing anthem. GVs ANC meeting: 02 March 1990 - LUSAKA, ZAMBIA - ANC General-Secretary, Alfred Nzo, sot announcing election of Mandela as Deputy President of ANC. Mandela sot saying his election doesn't necessarily mean he will lead delegation to South Africa to talk to President de Klerk. 04 March 1990 - HARARE, ZIMBABWE - Dancers on tarmac. drummers. Nelson Mandela off plane. Mandela with Zimbabwean President, Robert Mugabe. crowd. Winnie Mandela. Mandela and Mugabe through crowd. Walter Sisulu through crowd. more of Mandela and Mugabe through crowd. Mandela speaking from podium, sot: "We are hoping for the day when Mr Mugabe will visit South Africa, a free, democratic and non-racial South Africa." 10:41:44 W043270 G19039017 APTN 17 March 1990 - JOHANNESBURG - Nelson Mandela speaking to press at Jan Smuts airport, criticizing the violence in South Africa's black homelands, and saying the unrest is a clear rejection of south Africa's homelands policy. Nelson and Winnie Mandela leaving airport. Crowd at "Human Rainbow" concert. Nelson Mandela onto stage, addressing crowd. 10:42:48 W043330 G26039001 APTN 21 March 1990 - WINDHOEK, NAMIBIA - (Birth of Namibia marks liberation of Africa's last colony) Lowering of South African flag. De Klerk watching with hand on heart. raising of Namibian flag. CA crowd. Nujoma signing document and handing to Perez de Cuellar. Nelson Mandela (Deputy ANC Pres) and Nujoma in crowd. Sot Mandela in crowd "This is an historic day." W043402 G02049001 APTN 28 March 1990 EDENDALE, NATAL - (Mandela in Natal, as De Klerk orders troops to quell bloodshed) Aerials of homes burning. Man holding up pistol. GVs army trucks sent into province. 28 March 1990 - SEBOKENG, NATAL - Mandela arriving. At bedside of victim. Mandela expressing anger and vowing action. 1 April 1990 - PORT ELIZABETH - Aerials rally. Mandela speaking. 1 April 1990 - NATAL - People crouching as gunfire is heard. men torching home. CU burning home. 2 April 1990 - DURBAN - Mandela on phone agreeing to meeting with de Klerk. CU Mandela talking about his trip to Natal. 2 April 1990 - PIETERMARITZBURG - Crowd. Mandela addressing crowd on megaphone. 10:46:14 W043474 G09049001 APTN 3 April 1990 - NATAL - (Mandela bids to end black clashes) Soldiers in troop carriers. People running in streets. Nelson Mandela visiting township house. 5 April 1990 - CAPETOWN - South African presidential Palace. Soldiers marching. South African President F.W. De Klerk meeting chief Buthelezi and Asian and Coloured leaders. De Klerk and Foreign Minister Pik Botha seated. Buthelezi seated (on left of picture.) 23 March 1990 - SEBOKENG - Crowds marching and chanting. Crowd scatter as teargas fired. Helicopter overhead. Ws debris on road and police firing. 10:47:10 W043561 G16049008 APTN 10 April 1990 - LUSAKA, ZAMBIA - (ANC picks team for talks with white government) Mandela and members of ANC executive committee entering presser. Mandela at podium. Information Secretary Thabo Mbeki, Mandela, General Secretary Alfred Nzo. Mbeki sot: "Our policy has been clearly set out in the Freedom Charter, which was published in 1955. that policy is the most crushing attack on all forms of racialism. We have observed that throughout the last forty years." CA Nzo. Mandela sot: "For anyone to suggest that we would urge blacks in this country to attack members of other groups in the country is foolish in the extreme. Its a crude attempt to frighten whites." 14 April 1990 - JOHANNESBURG - VS Mandela. Mandela sot about being in Gaol and not being able to vote and now free and still not able to vote. Mandela sot about ANC tortures. 10:49:07 W043634 G23049006 APTN (Nelson Mandela insisted that the South African government repeal the Land Act and the Group Areas Act before negotiations with the African National Congress) 17 April 1990 - ARARE, ZIMBABWE - Mandela sot at press conference, calling for repeals of apartheid acts before talks with government. 21 April 1990 - UMTATA - Winnie and Nelson Mandela off plane. Nelson gives freedom salute. Local chief gives Mandela spear and locally made cloak. Mandelas walking to airport terminal. Large crowd outside terminal. Mandela onto balcony, waves to crowd. 10:50:39 W043777 G07059001 APTN 4 May 1990 - CAPE TOWN - (Meetings between ANC leaders and SA President, FW de Klerk at which de Klerk pledges to abolish apartheid) GV de Klerk and Mandela at presser. de Klerk sot. audience. Mandela sot. 4 May 1990 - NIGEL, NR JOHANNESBURG - (Tough reaction by white right-wing Conservative Party's, Dr Andries Treurnicht) GV Crowd chanting Treurnicht. podium. CU Treurnicht sot. 5 May 1990 - CAPE TOWN - (White ANC member, Albie Sachs, returns from 23 years exile) GV Albie Sachs (S.African constitutional lawyer and ANC member) enters airport lounge and being greeted. MCU Sachs sot (in English). Sachs hugging his elderly mother. 6 May 1990 - SOWETO - Interior stadium and huge crowd. Nelson Mandela and ANC leaders walking. chanting crowd. Mandela speaking, says he will urge on de Klerk the abolition of all group area rights and minority rights without any reservation. ANC official, Joe Slovo, speaking, saying there is no rope long enough to bind people who refuse to submit. crowd reaction. 10:53:51 W044014 G28059019 APTN 25 May 1990 - JOHANNESBURG(commentary throughout this section) Exterior courthouse. reporters outside courthouse. FILE of "Mandela Football Club". B/W photo of 14-yr-old James Stompie Seipei Moeketsi (said to have been murdered by Richardson). Exterior Mrs Winnie Mandela's house. police in house. Winnie Mandela walking down road. Winnie with Nelson Mandela. relatives dancing outside courthouse. 10:55:02 W044725 G06089004 APTN 6 August 1990 - PRETORIA - (Mandela meets de Klerk on Slovo row) cars enter government buildings. WS interiors conference room. CU S.African FM, Pik Botha and PM, F.W. de Klerk, seated. PULL OUT Mandela and Slovo seated: CU de Klerk PULL OUT. 10:55:38 W044866 G20089009 APTN 15 August 1990 - TOZOKA - (Phola Park squatter camp clashes. Mandela appealing to black nation to cool down) police truck. group of black civilians. Phola Park squatter camp. Mandela sot. police and dogs: 16 August 1990 - SOWETO - (Soweto ANC and Inkatha rock fights. Police use teargas - aim rifles at demonstrators) Inkatha supporters throwing rocks at ANC supporters. police firing tear gas. clashes between police and crowds in streets. police firing teargas. 16 August 1990 - WELKOM - ANC march. "To hell with the AWB" banner. "Annie get your gun" sign. marchers. AWB members with guns. AWB ldr, Eugene Terreblanche, with his men. Terreblanche sot: "We stopped them, we did not interfere with them, but we let them understand that when they enter this premises they will be out of it in no time." ANC marchers pass line of AWB men. 18 August 1990 - WELKOM - ANC senior member, Walter Sisulu, saying his organization is working towards peace against forces out to destroy the ANC. 10:57:43 W044919 G27089006 APTN 24 August 1990 - PRETORIA - Law and Order Minister, Adriaan Vlok, sot at presser, announcing mini State of Emergency in townships. 24 August 1990 - CAPETOWN - Newspapers off presses. CU headlines. 10:58:11 18 September 1990 - JOHANNESBURG - Various S.African newspapers in Afrikaans and English. S.African Attorney, General Klaus Von Lieres, saying that after studying the witness testimonies at the Richardson trial, he has decided to go ahead with prosecuting Mrs Mandela. 19 September 1990 - TOKOZA - Exterior of police station where Winnie Mandela was held. supporters outside. Winnie and supporters chanting. 20 September 1990 - SOWETO - (Aftermath of railway station killings in Soweto - funerals attended by Nelson Mandela) coffins lined up in stadium. grief-stricken man helped. audience singing. ANC ldr, Nelson Mandela, enters stadium, clenched fist salute, crowd standing in silence. 10:59:29 9-10 October 1990 - CAPE TOWN - (South Africa frees more political prisoners) Boat in Cape Town harbour with released Cape Town prisoners disembarking. men wave. men and women unloading. emotional hugs and greetings. ANC Deputy President, Nelson Mandela, leaving for Robben Island. LS boat. LS Robben Island: 10:59:51 17 November 1990 - CAPE TOWN - (Teargas police disperse Cape Town march for better housing) Protesters gathered march on parliament. 17 November 1990 - JOHANNESBURG - (Police clash with anti-govt demos in Jo'burg) Jo'burg Police fire tear-gas. police hitting and chasing demonstrators. police being stoned and attacked. 18 November 1990 - LENASIA - (Mandela addresses Lenasia stadium rally and says ANC is planning a national peace conf. of anti-apartheid movements to try to end black factional violence) GV Crowd in sports stadium. GV Nelson Mandela on balcony crowd waving and cheering. Mandela sot: "The ANC is convinced of the need for a national peace conference...we hope such a gathering would expose the real forces behind the violence." GV crowd. Mandela sot: "The National Party has a double genda...on the one hand they talk of reform...but at the same time they want to hold onto power...and we have come up against this in our talks with the government." 11:01:48 W047057 G17129003 POOL 13 December 1990 - JOHANNESBURG - (Oliver Tambo comes home but fails to shift ANC on sanctions) ANC President, Oliver Tambo, embracing Communist Party leader, Joe Slovo. Tambo greeting other colleagues. CU ANC Information Secretary, Thabo Mbeki. Tambo receives scarf in ANC colours from young boy. CU Nelson Mandela standing beside Tambo. Mandela and Tambo approach balcony. police at airport PAN to Tambo waving to crowd from balcony. MS Tambo with hands raised: W047057 G17129003 APTN 14 December 1990 - SOWETO - Interiors ANC conference. people on platform singing and clapping. Mandela and Tambo standing on platform. delegates stand and sing anthem. Tambo sot: "The struggle must be intensified on all fronts." applause. GV platform. Tambo sot: "If peaceful negotiations will result in a united, non-racial democratic and non-sexist South Africa, we are not only willing but ready to enter into such negotiations." 11:03:22 W085859 G07019104 APTN 1 January 1991 - SOWETO - (Mandela's celebrate new year at Soweto home) ANC Vice-President, Nelson Mandela, and wife, Winnie, with guests. GVs New Year celebrations. Winnie popping and pouring champagne. dancing guests. champagne toast. CU Mandela saying he is enjoying his first free new year in many years. 11:04:38 W086068 G04029104 APTN 29 January 1991 - DURBAN - (ANC Deputy ldr, Mandela and Inkatha Zulu Chief Buthelezi, strike warm chord in first meeting for 30 yrs and call on their supporters to stop factional fighting) ANC Deputy ldr, Nelson Mandela, out of car. Durban Mandela and delegation up steps. Mandela and Inkatha Zulu Chief, Mangosuthu Buthelezi, warm greeting. entering conference room. delegates shaking hands. CU Buthelezi smiling. Mandela embracing old Robben Island prison colleague who has since joined Inkatha. CU Buthelezi seated. ZOOM OUT to photo-op round table: 1 February 1991 - CAPETOWN - (Sound as incoming) (President de Klerk announces intention to repeal major apartheid laws. Conservatives heckle and walk out) Interior parliament, and speech (in English) by De Klerk announcing plans to repeal 'apartheid' laws, including the Group Areas Act. Deputies heckle De Klerk, and some stage a walk-out protest. 1 February 1991 - BENONI - Black demonstrators in a 'mock funeral' procession symbolizing the death of the last all-white parliament. 1 February 1991 - CAPETOWN - ANC executive officer, Cassim Saloojee, sot. Rally, ANC ldr, Walter Sisulu, sot to rally. Conservative party ldr, Dr Andreis Treurnicht, sot. 2 February 1991 - JOHANNESBURG - GV Nelson Mandela at presser, flanked by ANC General Secretary, Alfred Nzo and Communist Party ldr, Joe Slovo: ZOOM to Mandela, sot: "We don't have to thank the government for repealing laws which could be considered crimes against humanity." 11:07:52 W086785 G29049106 APTN 29 April 1991 - PRETORIA - (Right-wing students disrupt ANC meeting at University of Pretoria where Mandela was to have spoken) VS of right-wing students. AWB flag. students whistling and chanting and burning ANC flag. anti-Mandela posters. black students singing anthem. scuffles on podium between blacks and whites people trying to break up scuffles. head-butting. Mandela with entourage. Mandela leaving stadium. more scuffling and arguing: 11:09:08 W087482 G08079106 APTN (Nelson Mandela addresses ANCs first legal national conference for more than 30yrs in Durban) 2 July 1991 - DURBAN - ANC supporters jogging down street towards Durban conference. officials arriving. ANC ldr, Oliver Tambo and Deputy ldr, Nelson Mandela, mounting platform and waving to cheering delegates. Mandela speech. applause. Mandela with wife, Winnie, on stage. Tambo. 5 July 1991 - DURBAN - (ANC leadership elections of Mandela, Sisulu, Ramaphosa and Nkobi) Outgoing ANC Secretary-General, Alfred Nzo,voting. Communist Party leader, Joe Slovo. Outgoing President, Oliver Tambo, voting. Mandela voting. delegates arriving. Electoral officer, Charles Nupen, announcing Mandela is the new President. applause. Nupen announcing. Walter Sisulu as the new Deputy President. applause. CU Sisulu. Sisulu kissing his wife, Albertina: Nupen announcing new Secretary-General, Ciril Ramaphosa. applause. CU Ramaphosa. new Treasurer, Thomas Nkobi, mobbed by supporters. GVs applause: 6 July 1991 - CAPE TOWN - GV ANC executive on podium, singing and chanting. Nelson Mandela sot: "We want to continue to hold the line on the question of sanctions and unless there is a great deal of flexibility and imagination we will be left holding the shirt and nothing else." CA audience. audience clapping. 7 July 1991 - CAPE TOWN - Released prisoners coming up on the stage. Mandela greeting them. freed prisoners greeted by others: GV of audience 7 July 1991 - DURBAN - GV ANC supporters singing and dancing in sports stadium. CU of people cheering. ANC President, Nelson Mandela, on stage. Mandela sot on negotiations and democracy. people cheering. 11:13:36 W087617 G22079108 APTN 16 July 1991 - JOHANNESBURG - (A High Court judge in Jo'burg grants Winnie Mandela leave to appeal her conviction for kidnapping and assault) GV Court building. Nelson and Winnie Mandela emerge. Mandelas' enter building. 16 July 1991 - Photo-opportunity of ANC ldr, Nelson Mandela, with Irish Pop Star, Bob Geldof. two men seated and chatting. 11:14:14 W087791 G12089107 APTN 7 August 1991 - PRETORIA - GV crowd demonstrating and dancing. 7 August 1991 - JOHANNESBURG AIRPORT - ANC ldr, Nelson Mandela sot re: Inkarthagate. 8 August 1991 - JOHANNESBURG - GVs of Inkatha rally in Jo'burg. Inkatha chief, Mangosuthu Buthelezi, arriving at rally. Buthelezi sot to crowd. Buthelezi talking to reporters, saying the money was given to Inkatha Party in an inappropriate manner, but it was not used for violence: 9 August 1991 - JOHANNESBURG - (ANC exiles return to Jo'burg from Zambia to huge welcome) ANC chairman, Oliver Tambo, greeting exiles. exiles dancing around Nelson Mandela 11 August 1991 - JOHANNESBURG - AWB ldr, Eugene Terre'Blanche, warning Nelson Mandela of looming confrontation, saying voteless Mandela can tell him nothing. He warns the country is heading for big trouble, by using police for political situations like the recent incident, and that if Mandela wants to take the country by force, 'we'll beat him.' 11:16:00 W096309 G09129117 APTN 3 December 1991 - UN HQ, NEW YORK - (ANC leader, Nelson Mandela, in a speech to UN's annual debate on apartheid, urges world community to keep economic sanctions against South Africa, lifting them only gradually as apartheid is eradicated) WS United Nations General Assembly. ANC leader, New York Nelson Mandela, standing at podium addressing assembly. UN HQ Mandela sot that sanctions should be lifted corresponding to progress. 11:16:51 W096373 G16129113 APTN 15 December 1991 - TRANSKEI - (Winnie Mandela, speaking at 30th anniversary of ANC military wing, Umkhonto We Sizwe, warns of armed revolution if democracy fails) Cars arriving at anniversary rally. Winnie Mandela and Chris Hani, leader of the ANC military wing Umkhonto We Sizwe, on stage in guerrilla uniform. ANC and Communist Party flags. brass bands. Winnie Mandela, sot, marking military anniversary, leading chanting . 11:17:35 W088532 G13019210 APTN 8 January 1992 - BLOEMFONTEIN - (ANC 80th anniversary) GV PAN of crowd in stadium. CU Nelson Mandela (ANC) waving from vehicle. GV crowd cheering. CU Mandela waving. 11 January 1992 - JOHANNESBURG - (American musician, Paul Simon, prepares for SA concert tour amid confusion about violence on the tour) Paul Simon greeted by Nelson Mandela and other black leaders. Simon posing with Mandela and FM, Pik Botha. members of Azanian organization demonstrating. CU placard 'Paul Simon is a sell-out'. 11:18:17 W088726 G03029212 APTN 3 February 1992 - PARIS - (ANC ldr, Mandela and SA Pres. de Klerk, receive joint peace prize in Paris) Former US Secretary of State, Henry Kissinger, Paris embracing ANC ldr, Nelson Mandela. S.African President, F.W. de Klerk, receiving award. audience applauding. Mandela and de Klerk shaking hands. Mandela gets his award. Kissinger kisses him on cheek. audience. applauding. 11:19:15 W089263 G30039304 APTN 28 March 1992 - PORT ELIZABETH - (ANC ldr, Mandela says he has no intention of dismantling armed wing of ANC until negotiations with the white govt have taken their course) CU ANC ldr, Nelson Mandela, saluting crowd. GV stage. CU Mandela speaking. crowd dancing. GV Mandela on stage. 11:19:40 W089767 G18059214 APTN 15 February 1992 - JOHANNESBURG - (Second formal round of Convention for a Democratic South Africa (CODESA) resumes) Exterior CODESA conference centre. ANC Chairman, Nelson Mandela, through crowd into centre. Interior meeting hall. D de Klerk sot. Mandela sot. GV room with Mandela and de Klerk shaking hands with others. 11:20:22 W090529 G03089210 APTN 29 July 1992 - JOHANNESBURG - (UN special envoy, Vance, meets Mandela in Jo'burg to try and restart talks between ANC and govt) UN Special envoy, Cyrus Vance, arrival and greeting by ANC ldr, Nelson Mandela. Vance and Mandela shake hands, smile at cameras. W090592 G110089204 APTN 4 August 1992 - CISKEI - (Second day of Black general strike protesting against minority white govt) Crowd in street: security forces on road. soldier standing with rifle: massive crowd of demonstrators. 5 August 1992 - PRETORIA - ANC ldr, Nelson Mandela and crowd clapping and chanting. Mandela sot. 11:21:38 W090945 G14099201 APTN 8 September 1992 - CISKEI BORDER - (ANC ldr, Nelson Mandela, lays wreath at site of killing of 29 ANC supporters by Ciskei soldiers) ANC ldr, Nelson Mandela, arriving at the scene of the shootings (Mute). laying wreath (Mute). Mandela at the scene of the shootings. 7-10 September 1992 - JOHANNESBURG - Mourners singing. Winnie Mandela hugging Nelson at rally. Winnie shaking hands with ANC officials: 11:22:23 W091473 F02119212 APTN 2 November 1992 - JOHANNESBURG - (The wedding of Zinzi Mandela) White Rolls Royce arriving at head of convoy. bride's mother, Winnie Mandela, arriving. bride, Zinzi Mandela, out of car. Zinzi with father, Nelson, into church. GV of crowd outside. Zinzi and groom, Zweli Hlongwane, on steps. Winnie kissing Zinzi and Zweli. GV of wedding party. Nelson kissing Zinzi. 11:23:23 W092659 G22029305 APTN 20 February 1993 - JOHANNESBURG - (ANC Pres. Mandela, reassures supporters he is in good health and welcomes heavyweight boxing champion, Riddick Bowe) ANC Pres. Nelson Mandela, entering meeting. Mandela waving. audience and stage. Mandela sot. Audience applauding. Mandela sot. Mandela meets Heavyweight boxing champion, Riddick Bowe: they jokingly spar together. photographers. Bowe gives Mandela a pair of boxing gloves: 11:23:47 W095088 G18109303 POOL 12 October 1993 - LONDON, ENGLAND - (ANC President, Mandela, in London, refuses to endorse the proposal for a democracy referendum in S.Africa made by Pres. de Klerk) ANC President, Nelson Mandela, sot: "My London attention was drawn to the statement he was alleged to have made (about a) referendum to address the demands of the right wing and their allies. But it appeared it was not what de Klerk was proposing. He was trying to address the concerns of the right wing. I advised against holding a referendum." 11:25:20 W095369 G15119313 APTN 15 November 1993 - NATAL MIDLANDS, GREYTOWN - (ANC ldr, Nelson Mandela, on electioneering tour of Natal, visits the scene of his 1962 arrest) press taking photos. car from which Mandela, was making his speech. Mandela telling the story of his 1962 arrest. END 11:27:30
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Nelson Mandela - Part 1
NVS0087 Subject: Nelson Mandela Part 1 Library Thematic Clipreels - Volume 43 - Nelson Mandela - Part 1 (1964-1993) Duration 87 mins 30 secs Sound: Natural Sound unless stated otherwise 10:00:00 W086092 RR9107A - South Africa: Au Revoir Apartheid? APTN South African President Hendrik Verwoerd (part-mute). 1964 Rivonia trial of Nelson Mandela and seven ANC members. South African President J.B.Vorster with black African leaders. 1969 funeral of black student leader Steve Biko. 1976 aerial of Soweto township and street violence. 10:01:05 W080688 G23078607 APTN VS Soweto riots in 1976. Interview with Winnie Mandela saying her husband will lead S.Africa to freedom. 10:01:10 W066483 RR9418A - South Africa: Vote, The Beloved Country APTN 1976 - Soweto building on fire. Troops in street. Soldiers climbing on rood of building. Youth throwing brick at car travelling on highway. 10:01:31 W033033 Special - Mandela Profile APTN 13 June 1980 - Winnie Mandela interviewed in Brandfort, Orange Free State, to where she had been banished, says Brandfort is a living grave. 16 November 1980 - Oliver Tambo, ANC leader, accepts award for international understanding on behalf of Mandela. May 1983 - Aftermath of ANC car bomb in Pretoria. March 1984 - Aftermath of attack on oil storage tanks at Ermelo. July 1983 - Winnie Mandela saying Nelson will be back to lead his people. 8 August 1985 - March on Pollsmoor Prison, police dispersing blacks with whips, white academics marching, statement read to Mandela public. 28 October 1985 - Oliver Tambo unveils a statue of Mandela erected in London by the Greater London Council - GLC. 5 November 1985 - Winnie visits Nelson in hospital where he has undergone an operation, shows her leaving and she says she does not anticipate any problems with the operation. 10:04:13 W077527 RR8531 - South Africa: State of Emergency Kindles Black Defiance APTN Mass funerals in South Africa. Police and army presence in Black townships. Voting for a new constitution in 1984. Black demonstration against tricamaral elections. P.W. Botha opening last session of old parliament. Right wing Whites Andries Treurnicht and Eugene Terre Blanche. United Democratic Front meetings. Rally speech by Albertino Sisulu. Winnie Mandela and Edward Kennedy in Jan 1985. Police and troops firing tear gas and making arrests in black townships. P.W. Botha speaking on township violence. Black woman killed in Duduza. Blacks burning Black councillors houses. Desmond Tutu speaking at Tumahole after mass funerals banned. 10:10:14 RR8601B - South Africa: The Banning of Winnie Mandela APTN Winnie Mandela at airport. Cars along road. Cameraman's car bumped. Winnie Mandela arrested. Winnie inspecting house after firebomb attack in Brandfort. Ext Mandela home in Soweto. Winnie Mandela out of court. Crowds accompany her down street. Ext Pollmoor prison: Winnie Mandela speaking about Christmas 1985. Crowds at rally. ANC flag. Winnie Mandela addressing crowds. 10:14:19 W080688 G23078607 APTN 18 July 1986 - Winnie Mandela and family celebrating at home. Wedding cake that has never been cut. Winnie Mandela's message to international community on behalf of husband. 10:15:00 W038000 RR8829B - South Africa: Mandela APTN Video believed to show Mandela inside Medipark clinic Cape Town 1986. President Botha speech august 1985. Zinzi Mandela reads her father's response to Botha offer of release 1985. Released prisoner Govan Mbeki with supporters 1987. Free Nelson Mandela rally. Winnie Mandela SOT. 10:16:05 W043081 RR9010B - Zambia: ANC APTN ANC's 75th anniversary celebrations in Lusaka (1987) showing Zambia's President Kenneth Kaunda and ANC President Oliver Tambo. 10:16:32 W083174 G06058709 APTN (Mock election held by "Sowetan" newspaper for blacks, saw Nelson Mandela as the winner). 'Sowetan' newspaper editor Aggrey Klaaste sot. Newspaper pasted up; 10:17:19 W038000 RR8829B - South Africa: Mandela APTN Soweto schoolchildren sing Mandela song. Rural Transkei, Qunu village. Mandela's relatives looking at site of his parents' house. Relatives tend family graves. Children and donkey cart. Building where Mandela went to infant school. Healdtown Mission School, now derelict, where Mandela continued education. Former teacher, resident of Qunu, S. Njomane, SOT; Fort Hare university attended by Mandela; Freedom Square at Fort Hare university where Mandela often addressed meetings; 10:19:13 W045385 G18078814 APTN 18 July 1988 - Winnie Mandela receives thousands of birthday cards from around the world on Nelson Mandela's 70th birthday. South African security forces impose a blanket ban on all events organized to mark Nelson Mandela's birthday including a jogging run from Pollsmoor Prison and a concert. Road blocks and security services pull down a large banner proclaiming Mandela a peoples leader. 10:20:49 W039342 G28118806 APTN 24 November 1988 - LS Archbishop Desmond Tutu and ANC leader Oliver Tambo shaking hands in Harare. PW Botha saying that Mandela could be released if he would renounce violence. 26 November 1988 - (released detainees) vs Mothopeng family singing and dancing. cs Zephania Mothopeng singing. cs Zephania intw hoping that his friends will be released soon. ls Harry Gwala seated whilst family dance before him. vs Gwala with family and hugged by friends 10:22:02 W039480 G12128807 APTN Cape Paarl Victor Verster Gevangenis Prison - 8 December 1988 - gv road sign 'Welcome to Paarl. gv prison farm as town in b/g. cu sign for prison Pull Out road to prison as cars along. tgv prison farm as hills in b/g Pan R-L. tls houses in grounds. ws house in grounds. interview Archbishop Desmond Tutu SoT saying Government playing games - Mandela is still in a prison. cu various newspaper headlines on Nelson Mandela's removal to the Prison Farm house. ms Winnie Mandela with family and supporters coming out from Government bldg in Paarl Pull Out as down steps Pan L-R as along SoT supporters singing 'Mandela'. 10:23:07 W045673 G16108917 APTN (Walter Sisulu, a senior member of the African National Congress, returned home on 15 October after 26 years in prison) 10 October 1989 - Photo Sisulu wedding (in frame on furniture). B/w Sisulu photo. 11 October 1989 - ATHLONE - Crowd in stadium. crowds dancing outside; crowd chanting and holding banners demanding detainees be freed. Police fire tear gas. people running from tear gas. 11 October 1989 - PRETORIA -Exterior Union Building. State Presidents office sign. Tutu, Chikane, Boesak out of car, meeting de Klerk, posing for photographers. 15 October 1989 - SOWETO - (part-mute) Sisulu out of minibus, walking towards home, crowds surrounding him and cheering. Daughter signing for his possessions from prison. Sisulu with wife, Albertina. SOT Albertina. Couple kissing. Sisulu hugging grand-daughter. Sisulu walking outside to meet well-wishers. SOT Sisulu saying there were times he thought he might die in jail but he never lost hope of being released. 10:25:29 W042834 G05029015 APTN (De Klerk unbans the ANC, says Mandela will be freed) 31 January 1990 - CAPE TOWN - Demonstrators dancing. Allan Boesak arm in arm with marchers. Placards calling for Mandela release. 1 February 1990 - CAPE TOWN - ZOOM into Nelson Mandela's prison house 2 February 1990 - JOHANNESBURG - Happy crowds. Tutu SOT "The walls of apartheid are falling we apartheid as it is no deal". Happy crowds. 2 February 1990 - PRETORIA. Head shot Conservative Party official Koos van der Meuwe. Van der Meuwe SOT "We will fight him (de Klerk) with everything we have" *10:27:03 W042913 G12029018 APTN (The release of Nelson Mandela after 27 years in prison) 10 February 1990 - JOHANNESBURG - Newsmen outside Winnie Mandela's house in SOWETO. SOT Winnie Mandela. Jesse Jackson and Allan Boesak listening to radio news. Jackson and Boesak leading dancing crowds. 10 February 1990 - PRETORIA - PAN of crowd at white right-wing meeting. Flag with "swastika". GV banners. Eugene Terre Blanche, AWB leader, speaking. "Hang Mandela" banner on statue. "Yankee Kaffir" sign and pan white right-wing rally. 10 February 1990 - POKOSO TOWNSHIP (near Joburg) - Mass rally. GV stadium. Interior rally. Crowds dispersed by police. Tear gas used. MCU police van which drives away. 11 February 1990 - AARL - (commentary throughout this section) GV prison gate and many police. Car convoy towards outer gate. Crowd waiting to see Mandela. LS Nelson and Winnie walk hand in hand. Winnie raises clenched fist. Both give ANC salute. CU Mandela walking. MCU Nelson and Winnie in car. Car moves off through crush of supporters and security and cameramen. motorcade leaving. 11 February 1990 - CAPETOWN - GV motorcycle outriders lead Mandela convoy. PAN Convoy passing. Mandela car, damaged, drives past. Mandela car surrounded by supporters. MCU Mandela on balcony with supporters. Walter Sisulu chants to crowd, and introduces Mandela to crowd. Mandela chants to crowd. Crowd chants. 10:32:39 W042982 G19029015 APTN 12 February 1990 - PAROW, CAPE PROVINCE - (Conservative party meeting) leader Andries Treurnicht up to podium amid loud applause. sot Treurnicht in "English that as long as the ANC operates as a militant organization, they will hit them as hard as they can and that as far as they're concerned, it it war, plain and simple. 14 February 1990 - SOWETO - Exterior Mandela home. Mandela comes out. cu Mandela. hugs friend. guards outside house. Mandela raises fist, walks to car. 14 February 1990 - ROBBEN ISLAND - exterior prison. prisoners leaving room. 16 February 1990 - JOHANNESBURG - ws meeting with ambassadors. Nelson and Winnie Mandela arriving at meeting. Mandela and Winnie take seats. applauded. 10:34:06 W043060 G26029018 APTN 20 February 1990 - SOWETO - (Mandela visiting tribal leaders) Nelson Mandela, Deputy ANC ldr, greets Archbishop Desmond Tutu. Singer in traditional attire sings praises of Mandela. tribal leaders salute Mandela. Mandela out of car, greets tribal leaders. Mandela and tribal leaders walk into building with raised fists. 21 February 1990 - Nelson Mandela meeting members of the ANC military wing. 22 February 1990 - NATAL - ANC ldr, Walter Sisulu, meeting Zulu Inkatha Chief, Mangosuthu Buthelezi. 23 February 1990 - SOWETO -Nelson Mandela greeting Democratic Party delegation. Mandela and delegation into house. Denis Worrall, Democratic Party, sot: "I felt honoured to meet him. He has statesman like qualities, and I believe he has an extremely important reconciling role in the South African situation." 25 February 1990 - DURBAN - GV Huge crowd at Durban rally. people arriving and being searched. GVs rally preps. Mandela shouts "Amandla" (freedom) to crowd. Mandela speaking to crowd: "Friends, comrades, and the people of Natal. I greet you all. I greet you in the name of peace, a peace that is so desperately needed in this region." and "Apartheid is a cancer" 10:37:59 W043132 G05039023 APTN (Mandela takes up ANC role) 27 February 1990 - LUSAKA, ZAMBIA - Aeroplane taxiing on runway. GVs crowd waving. Nelson Mandela, ANC, out of plane crowd. Wife, Winnie Mandela, out of plane. Walter Sisulu, ANC, off plane. Mandela shaking hands and embracing PLO Ldr, Yasser Arafat. crowd applauds. Mandela sot at airport. 28 February 1990 - LUSAKA, ZAMBIA - Line-up of leaders: Mandela waving. meeting in Lusaka progress. Mandela saying no concessions on sanctions until government changes policies. 01 March 1990 - LUSAKA, ZAMBIA - Mandela arriving to lay wreath at Freedom statue in Lusaka. CU Freedom statue. CU Mandela ANC leaders singing anthem. GVs ANC meeting: 02 March 1990 - LUSAKA, ZAMBIA - ANC General-Secretary, Alfred Nzo, sot announcing election of Mandela as Deputy President of ANC. Mandela sot saying his election doesn't necessarily mean he will lead delegation to South Africa to talk to President de Klerk. 04 March 1990 - HARARE, ZIMBABWE - Dancers on tarmac. drummers. Nelson Mandela off plane. Mandela with Zimbabwean President, Robert Mugabe. crowd. Winnie Mandela. Mandela and Mugabe through crowd. Walter Sisulu through crowd. more of Mandela and Mugabe through crowd. Mandela speaking from podium, sot: "We are hoping for the day when Mr Mugabe will visit South Africa, a free, democratic and non-racial South Africa." 10:41:44 W043270 G19039017 APTN 17 March 1990 - JOHANNESBURG - Nelson Mandela speaking to press at Jan Smuts airport, criticizing the violence in South Africa's black homelands, and saying the unrest is a clear rejection of south Africa's homelands policy. Nelson and Winnie Mandela leaving airport. Crowd at "Human Rainbow" concert. Nelson Mandela onto stage, addressing crowd. 10:42:48 W043330 G26039001 APTN 21 March 1990 - WINDHOEK, NAMIBIA - (Birth of Namibia marks liberation of Africa's last colony) Lowering of South African flag. De Klerk watching with hand on heart. raising of Namibian flag. CA crowd. Nujoma signing document and handing to Perez de Cuellar. Nelson Mandela (Deputy ANC Pres) and Nujoma in crowd. Sot Mandela in crowd "This is an historic day." W043402 G02049001 APTN 28 March 1990 EDENDALE, NATAL - (Mandela in Natal, as De Klerk orders troops to quell bloodshed) Aerials of homes burning. Man holding up pistol. GVs army trucks sent into province. 28 March 1990 - SEBOKENG, NATAL - Mandela arriving. At bedside of victim. Mandela expressing anger and vowing action. 1 April 1990 - PORT ELIZABETH - Aerials rally. Mandela speaking. 1 April 1990 - NATAL - People crouching as gunfire is heard. men torching home. CU burning home. 2 April 1990 - DURBAN - Mandela on phone agreeing to meeting with de Klerk. CU Mandela talking about his trip to Natal. 2 April 1990 - PIETERMARITZBURG - Crowd. Mandela addressing crowd on megaphone. 10:46:14 W043474 G09049001 APTN 3 April 1990 - NATAL - (Mandela bids to end black clashes) Soldiers in troop carriers. People running in streets. Nelson Mandela visiting township house. 5 April 1990 - CAPETOWN - South African presidential Palace. Soldiers marching. South African President F.W. De Klerk meeting chief Buthelezi and Asian and Coloured leaders. De Klerk and Foreign Minister Pik Botha seated. Buthelezi seated (on left of picture.) 23 March 1990 - SEBOKENG - Crowds marching and chanting. Crowd scatter as teargas fired. Helicopter overhead. Ws debris on road and police firing. 10:47:10 W043561 G16049008 APTN 10 April 1990 - LUSAKA, ZAMBIA - (ANC picks team for talks with white government) Mandela and members of ANC executive committee entering presser. Mandela at podium. Information Secretary Thabo Mbeki, Mandela, General Secretary Alfred Nzo. Mbeki sot: "Our policy has been clearly set out in the Freedom Charter, which was published in 1955. that policy is the most crushing attack on all forms of racialism. We have observed that throughout the last forty years." CA Nzo. Mandela sot: "For anyone to suggest that we would urge blacks in this country to attack members of other groups in the country is foolish in the extreme. Its a crude attempt to frighten whites." 14 April 1990 - JOHANNESBURG - VS Mandela. Mandela sot about being in Gaol and not being able to vote and now free and still not able to vote. Mandela sot about ANC tortures. 10:49:07 W043634 G23049006 APTN (Nelson Mandela insisted that the South African government repeal the Land Act and the Group Areas Act before negotiations with the African National Congress) 17 April 1990 - ARARE, ZIMBABWE - Mandela sot at press conference, calling for repeals of apartheid acts before talks with government. 21 April 1990 - UMTATA - Winnie and Nelson Mandela off plane. Nelson gives freedom salute. Local chief gives Mandela spear and locally made cloak. Mandelas walking to airport terminal. Large crowd outside terminal. Mandela onto balcony, waves to crowd. 10:50:39 W043777 G07059001 APTN 4 May 1990 - CAPE TOWN - (Meetings between ANC leaders and SA President, FW de Klerk at which de Klerk pledges to abolish apartheid) GV de Klerk and Mandela at presser. de Klerk sot. audience. Mandela sot. 4 May 1990 - NIGEL, NR JOHANNESBURG - (Tough reaction by white right-wing Conservative Party's, Dr Andries Treurnicht) GV Crowd chanting Treurnicht. podium. CU Treurnicht sot. 5 May 1990 - CAPE TOWN - (White ANC member, Albie Sachs, returns from 23 years exile) GV Albie Sachs (S.African constitutional lawyer and ANC member) enters airport lounge and being greeted. MCU Sachs sot (in English). Sachs hugging his elderly mother. 6 May 1990 - SOWETO - Interior stadium and huge crowd. Nelson Mandela and ANC leaders walking. chanting crowd. Mandela speaking, says he will urge on de Klerk the abolition of all group area rights and minority rights without any reservation. ANC official, Joe Slovo, speaking, saying there is no rope long enough to bind people who refuse to submit. crowd reaction. 10:53:51 W044014 G28059019 APTN 25 May 1990 - JOHANNESBURG(commentary throughout this section) Exterior courthouse. reporters outside courthouse. FILE of "Mandela Football Club". B/W photo of 14-yr-old James Stompie Seipei Moeketsi (said to have been murdered by Richardson). Exterior Mrs Winnie Mandela's house. police in house. Winnie Mandela walking down road. Winnie with Nelson Mandela. relatives dancing outside courthouse. 10:55:02 W044725 G06089004 APTN 6 August 1990 - PRETORIA - (Mandela meets de Klerk on Slovo row) cars enter government buildings. WS interiors conference room. CU S.African FM, Pik Botha and PM, F.W. de Klerk, seated. PULL OUT Mandela and Slovo seated: CU de Klerk PULL OUT. 10:55:38 W044866 G20089009 APTN 15 August 1990 - TOZOKA - (Phola Park squatter camp clashes. Mandela appealing to black nation to cool down) police truck. group of black civilians. Phola Park squatter camp. Mandela sot. police and dogs: 16 August 1990 - SOWETO - (Soweto ANC and Inkatha rock fights. Police use teargas - aim rifles at demonstrators) Inkatha supporters throwing rocks at ANC supporters. police firing tear gas. clashes between police and crowds in streets. police firing teargas. 16 August 1990 - WELKOM - ANC march. "To hell with the AWB" banner. "Annie get your gun" sign. marchers. AWB members with guns. AWB ldr, Eugene Terreblanche, with his men. Terreblanche sot: "We stopped them, we did not interfere with them, but we let them understand that when they enter this premises they will be out of it in no time." ANC marchers pass line of AWB men. 18 August 1990 - WELKOM - ANC senior member, Walter Sisulu, saying his organization is working towards peace against forces out to destroy the ANC. 10:57:43 W044919 G27089006 APTN 24 August 1990 - PRETORIA - Law and Order Minister, Adriaan Vlok, sot at presser, announcing mini State of Emergency in townships. 24 August 1990 - CAPETOWN - Newspapers off presses. CU headlines. 10:58:11 18 September 1990 - JOHANNESBURG - Various S.African newspapers in Afrikaans and English. S.African Attorney, General Klaus Von Lieres, saying that after studying the witness testimonies at the Richardson trial, he has decided to go ahead with prosecuting Mrs Mandela. 19 September 1990 - TOKOZA - Exterior of police station where Winnie Mandela was held. supporters outside. Winnie and supporters chanting. 20 September 1990 - SOWETO - (Aftermath of railway station killings in Soweto - funerals attended by Nelson Mandela) coffins lined up in stadium. grief-stricken man helped. audience singing. ANC ldr, Nelson Mandela, enters stadium, clenched fist salute, crowd standing in silence. 10:59:29 9-10 October 1990 - CAPE TOWN - (South Africa frees more political prisoners) Boat in Cape Town harbour with released Cape Town prisoners disembarking. men wave. men and women unloading. emotional hugs and greetings. ANC Deputy President, Nelson Mandela, leaving for Robben Island. LS boat. LS Robben Island: 10:59:51 17 November 1990 - CAPE TOWN - (Teargas police disperse Cape Town march for better housing) Protesters gathered march on parliament. 17 November 1990 - JOHANNESBURG - (Police clash with anti-govt demos in Jo'burg) Jo'burg Police fire tear-gas. police hitting and chasing demonstrators. police being stoned and attacked. 18 November 1990 - LENASIA - (Mandela addresses Lenasia stadium rally and says ANC is planning a national peace conf. of anti-apartheid movements to try to end black factional violence) GV Crowd in sports stadium. GV Nelson Mandela on balcony crowd waving and cheering. Mandela sot: "The ANC is convinced of the need for a national peace conference...we hope such a gathering would expose the real forces behind the violence." GV crowd. Mandela sot: "The National Party has a double genda...on the one hand they talk of reform...but at the same time they want to hold onto power...and we have come up against this in our talks with the government." 11:01:48 W047057 G17129003 POOL 13 December 1990 - JOHANNESBURG - (Oliver Tambo comes home but fails to shift ANC on sanctions) ANC President, Oliver Tambo, embracing Communist Party leader, Joe Slovo. Tambo greeting other colleagues. CU ANC Information Secretary, Thabo Mbeki. Tambo receives scarf in ANC colours from young boy. CU Nelson Mandela standing beside Tambo. Mandela and Tambo approach balcony. police at airport PAN to Tambo waving to crowd from balcony. MS Tambo with hands raised: W047057 G17129003 APTN 14 December 1990 - SOWETO - Interiors ANC conference. people on platform singing and clapping. Mandela and Tambo standing on platform. delegates stand and sing anthem. Tambo sot: "The struggle must be intensified on all fronts." applause. GV platform. Tambo sot: "If peaceful negotiations will result in a united, non-racial democratic and non-sexist South Africa, we are not only willing but ready to enter into such negotiations." 11:03:22 W085859 G07019104 APTN 1 January 1991 - SOWETO - (Mandela's celebrate new year at Soweto home) ANC Vice-President, Nelson Mandela, and wife, Winnie, with guests. GVs New Year celebrations. Winnie popping and pouring champagne. dancing guests. champagne toast. CU Mandela saying he is enjoying his first free new year in many years. 11:04:38 W086068 G04029104 APTN 29 January 1991 - DURBAN - (ANC Deputy ldr, Mandela and Inkatha Zulu Chief Buthelezi, strike warm chord in first meeting for 30 yrs and call on their supporters to stop factional fighting) ANC Deputy ldr, Nelson Mandela, out of car. Durban Mandela and delegation up steps. Mandela and Inkatha Zulu Chief, Mangosuthu Buthelezi, warm greeting. entering conference room. delegates shaking hands. CU Buthelezi smiling. Mandela embracing old Robben Island prison colleague who has since joined Inkatha. CU Buthelezi seated. ZOOM OUT to photo-op round table: 1 February 1991 - CAPETOWN - (Sound as incoming) (President de Klerk announces intention to repeal major apartheid laws. Conservatives heckle and walk out) Interior parliament, and speech (in English) by De Klerk announcing plans to repeal 'apartheid' laws, including the Group Areas Act. Deputies heckle De Klerk, and some stage a walk-out protest. 1 February 1991 - BENONI - Black demonstrators in a 'mock funeral' procession symbolizing the death of the last all-white parliament. 1 February 1991 - CAPETOWN - ANC executive officer, Cassim Saloojee, sot. Rally, ANC ldr, Walter Sisulu, sot to rally. Conservative party ldr, Dr Andreis Treurnicht, sot. 2 February 1991 - JOHANNESBURG - GV Nelson Mandela at presser, flanked by ANC General Secretary, Alfred Nzo and Communist Party ldr, Joe Slovo: ZOOM to Mandela, sot: "We don't have to thank the government for repealing laws which could be considered crimes against humanity." 11:07:52 W086785 G29049106 APTN 29 April 1991 - PRETORIA - (Right-wing students disrupt ANC meeting at University of Pretoria where Mandela was to have spoken) VS of right-wing students. AWB flag. students whistling and chanting and burning ANC flag. anti-Mandela posters. black students singing anthem. scuffles on podium between blacks and whites people trying to break up scuffles. head-butting. Mandela with entourage. Mandela leaving stadium. more scuffling and arguing: 11:09:08 W087482 G08079106 APTN (Nelson Mandela addresses ANCs first legal national conference for more than 30yrs in Durban) 2 July 1991 - DURBAN - ANC supporters jogging down street towards Durban conference. officials arriving. ANC ldr, Oliver Tambo and Deputy ldr, Nelson Mandela, mounting platform and waving to cheering delegates. Mandela speech. applause. Mandela with wife, Winnie, on stage. Tambo. 5 July 1991 - DURBAN - (ANC leadership elections of Mandela, Sisulu, Ramaphosa and Nkobi) Outgoing ANC Secretary-General, Alfred Nzo,voting. Communist Party leader, Joe Slovo. Outgoing President, Oliver Tambo, voting. Mandela voting. delegates arriving. Electoral officer, Charles Nupen, announcing Mandela is the new President. applause. Nupen announcing. Walter Sisulu as the new Deputy President. applause. CU Sisulu. Sisulu kissing his wife, Albertina: Nupen announcing new Secretary-General, Ciril Ramaphosa. applause. CU Ramaphosa. new Treasurer, Thomas Nkobi, mobbed by supporters. GVs applause: 6 July 1991 - CAPE TOWN - GV ANC executive on podium, singing and chanting. Nelson Mandela sot: "We want to continue to hold the line on the question of sanctions and unless there is a great deal of flexibility and imagination we will be left holding the shirt and nothing else." CA audience. audience clapping. 7 July 1991 - CAPE TOWN - Released prisoners coming up on the stage. Mandela greeting them. freed prisoners greeted by others: GV of audience 7 July 1991 - DURBAN - GV ANC supporters singing and dancing in sports stadium. CU of people cheering. ANC President, Nelson Mandela, on stage. Mandela sot on negotiations and democracy. people cheering. 11:13:36 W087617 G22079108 APTN 16 July 1991 - JOHANNESBURG - (A High Court judge in Jo'burg grants Winnie Mandela leave to appeal her conviction for kidnapping and assault) GV Court building. Nelson and Winnie Mandela emerge. Mandelas' enter building. 16 July 1991 - Photo-opportunity of ANC ldr, Nelson Mandela, with Irish Pop Star, Bob Geldof. two men seated and chatting. 11:14:14 W087791 G12089107 APTN 7 August 1991 - PRETORIA - GV crowd demonstrating and dancing. 7 August 1991 - JOHANNESBURG AIRPORT - ANC ldr, Nelson Mandela sot re: Inkarthagate. 8 August 1991 - JOHANNESBURG - GVs of Inkatha rally in Jo'burg. Inkatha chief, Mangosuthu Buthelezi, arriving at rally. Buthelezi sot to crowd. Buthelezi talking to reporters, saying the money was given to Inkatha Party in an inappropriate manner, but it was not used for violence: 9 August 1991 - JOHANNESBURG - (ANC exiles return to Jo'burg from Zambia to huge welcome) ANC chairman, Oliver Tambo, greeting exiles. exiles dancing around Nelson Mandela 11 August 1991 - JOHANNESBURG - AWB ldr, Eugene Terre'Blanche, warning Nelson Mandela of looming confrontation, saying voteless Mandela can tell him nothing. He warns the country is heading for big trouble, by using police for political situations like the recent incident, and that if Mandela wants to take the country by force, 'we'll beat him.' 11:16:00 W096309 G09129117 APTN 3 December 1991 - UN HQ, NEW YORK - (ANC leader, Nelson Mandela, in a speech to UN's annual debate on apartheid, urges world community to keep economic sanctions against South Africa, lifting them only gradually as apartheid is eradicated) WS United Nations General Assembly. ANC leader, New York Nelson Mandela, standing at podium addressing assembly. UN HQ Mandela sot that sanctions should be lifted corresponding to progress. 11:16:51 W096373 G16129113 APTN 15 December 1991 - TRANSKEI - (Winnie Mandela, speaking at 30th anniversary of ANC military wing, Umkhonto We Sizwe, warns of armed revolution if democracy fails) Cars arriving at anniversary rally. Winnie Mandela and Chris Hani, leader of the ANC military wing Umkhonto We Sizwe, on stage in guerrilla uniform. ANC and Communist Party flags. brass bands. Winnie Mandela, sot, marking military anniversary, leading chanting . 11:17:35 W088532 G13019210 APTN 8 January 1992 - BLOEMFONTEIN - (ANC 80th anniversary) GV PAN of crowd in stadium. CU Nelson Mandela (ANC) waving from vehicle. GV crowd cheering. CU Mandela waving. 11 January 1992 - JOHANNESBURG - (American musician, Paul Simon, prepares for SA concert tour amid confusion about violence on the tour) Paul Simon greeted by Nelson Mandela and other black leaders. Simon posing with Mandela and FM, Pik Botha. members of Azanian organization demonstrating. CU placard 'Paul Simon is a sell-out'. 11:18:17 W088726 G03029212 APTN 3 February 1992 - PARIS - (ANC ldr, Mandela and SA Pres. de Klerk, receive joint peace prize in Paris) Former US Secretary of State, Henry Kissinger, Paris embracing ANC ldr, Nelson Mandela. S.African President, F.W. de Klerk, receiving award. audience applauding. Mandela and de Klerk shaking hands. Mandela gets his award. Kissinger kisses him on cheek. audience. applauding. 11:19:15 W089263 G30039304 APTN 28 March 1992 - PORT ELIZABETH - (ANC ldr, Mandela says he has no intention of dismantling armed wing of ANC until negotiations with the white govt have taken their course) CU ANC ldr, Nelson Mandela, saluting crowd. GV stage. CU Mandela speaking. crowd dancing. GV Mandela on stage. 11:19:40 W089767 G18059214 APTN 15 February 1992 - JOHANNESBURG - (Second formal round of Convention for a Democratic South Africa (CODESA) resumes) Exterior CODESA conference centre. ANC Chairman, Nelson Mandela, through crowd into centre. Interior meeting hall. D de Klerk sot. Mandela sot. GV room with Mandela and de Klerk shaking hands with others. 11:20:22 W090529 G03089210 APTN 29 July 1992 - JOHANNESBURG - (UN special envoy, Vance, meets Mandela in Jo'burg to try and restart talks between ANC and govt) UN Special envoy, Cyrus Vance, arrival and greeting by ANC ldr, Nelson Mandela. Vance and Mandela shake hands, smile at cameras. W090592 G110089204 APTN 4 August 1992 - CISKEI - (Second day of Black general strike protesting against minority white govt) Crowd in street: security forces on road. soldier standing with rifle: massive crowd of demonstrators. 5 August 1992 - PRETORIA - ANC ldr, Nelson Mandela and crowd clapping and chanting. Mandela sot. 11:21:38 W090945 G14099201 APTN 8 September 1992 - CISKEI BORDER - (ANC ldr, Nelson Mandela, lays wreath at site of killing of 29 ANC supporters by Ciskei soldiers) ANC ldr, Nelson Mandela, arriving at the scene of the shootings (Mute). laying wreath (Mute). Mandela at the scene of the shootings. 7-10 September 1992 - JOHANNESBURG - Mourners singing. Winnie Mandela hugging Nelson at rally. Winnie shaking hands with ANC officials: 11:22:23 W091473 F02119212 APTN 2 November 1992 - JOHANNESBURG - (The wedding of Zinzi Mandela) White Rolls Royce arriving at head of convoy. bride's mother, Winnie Mandela, arriving. bride, Zinzi Mandela, out of car. Zinzi with father, Nelson, into church. GV of crowd outside. Zinzi and groom, Zweli Hlongwane, on steps. Winnie kissing Zinzi and Zweli. GV of wedding party. Nelson kissing Zinzi. 11:23:23 W092659 G22029305 APTN 20 February 1993 - JOHANNESBURG - (ANC Pres. Mandela, reassures supporters he is in good health and welcomes heavyweight boxing champion, Riddick Bowe) ANC Pres. Nelson Mandela, entering meeting. Mandela waving. audience and stage. Mandela sot. Audience applauding. Mandela sot. Mandela meets Heavyweight boxing champion, Riddick Bowe: they jokingly spar together. photographers. Bowe gives Mandela a pair of boxing gloves: 11:23:47 W095088 G18109303 POOL 12 October 1993 - LONDON, ENGLAND - (ANC President, Mandela, in London, refuses to endorse the proposal for a democracy referendum in S.Africa made by Pres. de Klerk) ANC President, Nelson Mandela, sot: "My London attention was drawn to the statement he was alleged to have made (about a) referendum to address the demands of the right wing and their allies. But it appeared it was not what de Klerk was proposing. He was trying to address the concerns of the right wing. I advised against holding a referendum." 11:25:20 W095369 G15119313 APTN 15 November 1993 - NATAL MIDLANDS, GREYTOWN - (ANC ldr, Nelson Mandela, on electioneering tour of Natal, visits the scene of his 1962 arrest) press taking photos. car from which Mandela, was making his speech. Mandela telling the story of his 1962 arrest. END 11:27:30
1993: the irreducible of apartheid
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South Africa Mandela - Preview ahead of fmr SAfrican President Mandela's birthday
NAME: SAF MANDELA 20080715Iflat TAPE: EF08/0724 IN_TIME: 10:55:48:01 DURATION: 00:02:51:24 SOURCES: AP TELEVISION DATELINE: Johannesburg, 12 July 2008 RESTRICTIONS: SHOTLIST: 1. Wide low-angle shot of the Nelson Mandela Tour bus 2. Close up of tour guide, David Frost, speaking on microphone inside bus 3. Close up of road sign reading (English) "Nelson Mandela Bridge" pull out to tracking shot of road 4. Mid interior of tourists on bus 5. SOUNDBITE (English) Vox pop, Jean Napier, tourist: "(We are) great admirers of Nelson Mandela and have a very keen interest as I've seen already today where his beginnings were and where he actually started really studying and really asserting his authority to want to be a good leader, a disciplined leader. I think you can see by what he persevered." 6. Wide tracking shot of the Mandela bridge 7. Interior of tour guide talking to tourists on bus 8. Tourists getting off bus 9. Wide of tour party walking towards the Constitutional Court on Constitutional Hill, formerly the location of the Old Fort Prison Complex that held Mandela 10. Close up of photo of Mandela with tour group in the background 11. Tour group entering building 12. Pan from still photo of a young Mandela to wide interior of Mandela's prison cell 13. Close up of painting of Mandela with other Africa National Congress activists 14. SOUNDBITE (English) Vox pop, Mr. Scheurenberg (no first name given), tourist: "Just to get our history and to get the connection. It was a chance to get to know more about Mandela, to see where he came from and the background. The museums that we went to were very interesting." 15. Close up of tourist writing a large birthday card to Mandela on the bus 16. Woman holding up birthday card reading (English) "Happy 90th Birthday Madiba" 17. Wide tracking shot of exterior of Mandela's current house in Houghton, a Johannesburg suburb 18. Close up exterior of Houghton house, tourist giving Mandela's birthday card to security guard 19. Tourist looking out of the bus window as it passes Mandela's former house in Soweto 20. Wide tracking shot of Soweto street 21. Close up of sign reading "Vilakazi Street" the address of Mandela's former Soweto home 22. Wide exterior of Mandela's former Soweto house 23. SOUNDBITE (English) Vox pop, Denis Adams, tourist: "It's just nice to see how a legend is made out of a man like Nelson Mandela, who for half my life was a criminal and is now a world national hero. For all those years when he was branded by parts of the population as being a real criminal type person, suddenly you turn over a page one day and the world comes back to normal and I just think it's just a wonderful way of celebrating it and being here." 24. Wide tracking shot of Soweto street STORYLINE: In the week that Nelson Mandela turns 90, a busload of South Africans tour the city of Johannesburg, from its crowded townships to its crumbling downtown, visiting the sites best associated with former president's life. Organised by a local Johannesburg council, the tour was put on specially to give people more of an idea about the city's most famous son. First stop of the day was in the Johannesburg township of Alexandra, where Mandela lived in the early 1940s. Unlike other relics from his life, the shack where he once stayed has not been converted to a museum. Nestled into the jam-packed township, it is inhabited, and the only indication that Mandela once called it home is a plaque near the entrance that identifies it. Back on the bus, the group headed to Liliesleaf Museum. Once the headquarters of the African National Congress' underground movement, Mandela hid out here for several months in 1961 before the leaders of the movement were arrested in a famous 1963 raid. The farm has been recently converted to a museum. After Liliesleaf, the bus went into downtown Johannesburg to Constitution Hill - the former site of the Old Fort Prison Complex where Mandela was imprisoned for two separate times. The final stop was at Vilakazi Street in Soweto, where Mandela lived with his first wife, Evelyn Mase, and his second wife, Winnie Madikizela-Mandela. The house has been converted to a museum, but is currently closed for renovations. The tour ended with a trip through Johannesburg to see Mandela's current house as well as the Nelson Mandela Foundation, which runs his many charities. Many of those on the tour were admirers of Mandela and grateful of the chance to see places associated with the former South African president. "I just think it's just a wonderful way of celebrating it and being here," said tourist Denis Adams. A birthday card was signed by all on the tour, and dropped off with a guard at the foundation, who promised it would make its way to Mandela.
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STATE DEPARTMENT BRIEFING (1997)
The State Department holds a briefing for reporters. Topics include Israel, Khadaffi's joy ride, Albania and Zaire.
PRESIDENT BUSH REMARKS ON SOUTH AFRICA (1991)
PRESIDENT GEORGE BUSH’S REMARKS ON THE TERMINATION OF ECONOMIC SANCTIONS AGAINST SOUTH AFRICA ALONG WITH A QUESTION AND ANSWER SESSION AT NEWS CONFERENCE.
Nelson Mandela - Part 3
NVS0089 Subject: Nelson Mandela Part 3 Library Thematic Clipreels - Volume 45 - Nelson Mandela - Part 3 (1995 - 2005) Duration 87 mins 34 secs Sound: Natural Sound unless stated otherwise 10:00:00 16744 EF95/0787 APTN (Nelson Mandela's prison guard writes book) Johannesburg, South Africa, October 26, 1995 - Mid shot display of book. Close-up shot of stand reading "Nelson Mandela my prisoner my friend." Still of James Gregory at Robben island. SOUNDBITE: James Gregory: "So I thought to myself you should have been hung, you were lucky. And then I think he saw me as part of the white racist regime or the illegitimate regime. So we were not very friendly at the first meeting." Still of Gregory. Close-up of letter Mandela sent to Gregory. SOUNDBITE: James Gregory: "It was a very emotional time - I think for both of us. Because walking out of the house he came straight to me, he hugged me and he said to me, Goodbye - but this is not goodbye we will see each other again." 10:01:20 19939 EF95/0961 APTN (Mandela visits childhood home) Qunu, Transkei, South Africa. 25 December 1995 - Mandela's garden, Qunu. Wideshot of tent with people milling around. Nelson Mandela with people inside tent. Mandela under umbrella. Cut away of little boys. Mandela handing out meat. Mandela at door of house with two grandchildren, Hlanganani and Musa, going into house. Mandela on sofa with two grandchildren. House where Mandela grew up. Qunu. Mandela going into house. Mandela looking at book. Mandela looking at photograph of himself. SOUNDBITE: Nelson Mandela, President of South Africa: And he used to say to us "I am the descendent of the Duke of Wellington, the man who crushed Napoleon and saved civilization for Europe and the world and for you the natives, and we used to cheer. Oh, the Duke of Wellington saved civilization for us as well." 10:03:09 W054411 LC28/01/1996 APTN (Louis Farrakhan meets Nelson Mandela) Johannesburg, South Africa, 28 January 1996 - Farrakhan sending kiss to crowd. Farrakhan entering house. Farrakhan and Mandela meeting and hugging. Mandela sot: "I have seen many people whose ideas are opposed to mine and saw no reason why I should make an exception..." Farrakhan sot: "Mandela is a politician who has taken on the task of one nation society he must be a teacher and that means he is going to erase ignorance...the worst enemy of us all is not race or religion by ignorance, so the whole human family needs a teacher and a head of state like yours." Handshake and Farrakhan sot; "he deserves the embrace of the world." 10:04:21 22534 EF96/0133 APTN (President Mandela's message of truth and reconciliation) Cape Town, 9 February 1996 - St George's Cathedral. Mandela arriving. Nelson Mandela sitting with Justice Minister Dullah Omar on the far left and estranged wife Winnie Mandela in between two people on the far right. Mandela goes up to the podium. SOUNDBITE Nelson Mandela: "Ordinary South Africans are determined that the more the past be known, the better to ensure that it is not repeated. They seek this not out of vengeance, but so that we can move into the future together. The choice of our nation is not whether the past should be revealed, but rather to ensure that it comes to be known in a way which promotes reconciliation and peace." Tutu greets Truth Commissioner and then stands next to Boraine who hands him a burning candle while National Anthem is sung. 10:05:30 23727 EF96/0202 APTN (Robben Island prison rocks for sale) Robben Island and Cape Town, South Africa. 1 March, 29 February 1996 - Robben Island. Robben Island from the air- file photograph. Cape Town 29 February 1996 - Warehouse workers carrying crate with Robben Island rocks. Tilt down of former political prisoners chipping rocks. Robben Island - Mandela walking with Norwegian Prime Minister Gro Haarlem Brundtland in lime quarry - 11 February 1996. Mandela presenting Brundtland with first rock - 11 February 1996. Cape Town,1st March 1996 - Set-up Ahmed Kathrada in office. SOUNDBITE Ahmed Kathrada, Special advisor to President: "These are men and women who have served many of them long terms of imprisonment. And through their involvement in the struggle they lost the opportunity to work and to earn pensions." Shop display window showing quarry rocks. Customer buying quarry rocks. 10:06:39 24260 EF96/0227 APTN (President Mandela meets African leaders) Pretoria, South Africa 16th March 1996 - Wide exterior Mandela official residence. Wide Nelson Mandela, Robert Mugabe, Swazi King Mswati III. Botswana President Ketumile Masire. 10:06:58 24368 EF96/0233 APTN (President Mandela initiates divorce proceedings) Johannesburg, South Africa 18 March 1996 - Wide shot Supreme Court in Johannesburg. SOUNDBITE: Vox Pop: "You know he was in jail for 27 years. She was there, she was waiting for him. Now he comes out of jail and he says he doesn't want a wife he wants another wife. She's right." 10:07:14 24435 EF96/0236 APTN (President Mandela granted divorce) Johannesburg, South Africa - 19 March 1996 - Wide Nelson Mandela gets out of car and waves to crowd. Mid shot Nelson Mandela's lawyer, Wim Trengove leaving court. 10:07:38 26906 EF96/0371 APTN (Nelson Mandela's life story to be filmed) Cape Town/Magaliesberg, 2/3 May 1996 - Sidney Poitier and Michael Caine standing on hotel steps. Photographer pan right to Poitier and Caine on steps. Caine and Poitier on steps receiving posters. SOUNDBITE Anant Singh: "I am very excited at the fact that I have got these rights. I think that I will do justice to the book and to the president and make a powerful, very moving, very epic motion picture. And I think that it will be. It is my intention that this is a South African film." Mandela dancing at May Day rally. 10:08:31 W059105 LC18/05/1996 APTN Cape Town, 17 May 1996 - Mandela and Poitier out to meet press. cu Poitier. ws Mandela gestures to Poitier. sot - Sydney Poitier - "It is the actor's job to create the essence of the man, and to do that we need more than his gestures and more than the cadence of his speech, we need to understand the values that are the foundation of the personality." Cu Mandela. ws Mandela and Poitier shake hands. File - ws filming. ms Michael Caine as De Klerk prepares to film. ca grip with dolly tracks. ws Caine as De Klerk being filmed. 10:09:33 W060537 LC23/06/1996 APTN (Archbishop Desmond Tutu retires) Cape Town, 23 June 1996 - MS procession to alter, interior St George's cathedral. CU Tutu, shakes hands man, kisses woman on cheek. PAN congregation. WS Mandela speaking, SOT: "I know that I speak for all of you when I say that Archbishop Desmond Tutu has been a blessing and inspiration for countless people here and abroad." WS Mandela, Archbishop Tutu presented with Meritorious award. CU award put around Tutu's neck. CU Mandela and Tutu embrace. WS Mandela and Tutu embrace. CU Tutu singing and dancing. Tutu SOT: "The pink panther is leaving, and the pink panther is going to (cu Tutu) miss you, thank-you very much." MS Tutu turns and walks away from congregation, dignitaries stand and applaud. High shot interior congregation. 10:10:54 W061348 LC09/07/1996 UK POOL (Mandela given official welcome in London) London, 9 July 1996 - WS of parade ground; Group alights from vehicles; Queen and Mandela shake hands; Mandela inspecting horse guards on parade ground with Britain's Prince Phillip; Carriages alongside royal platform; Queen Elizabeth emerges with Prince Phillip, into carriages; Carriage carrying Queen and Mandela along mall; Queen and Mandela out of carriage and into Buckingham Palace; Mandela and Queen pause and smile at cameras; Guardsmen standing to attention; Mandela's daughter (in blue) standing alongside Phillip, the Queen and Mandela into palace; 10:12:17 30609 EF96/0574 POOL (Banquet held for Nelson Mandela at Buckingham Palace) London, 9 July 1996 - Wide shot dinner guests waiting in banqueting hall at their tables. Queen, Duke, Mandela and daughter arriving. Queen leading procession to banqueting table. Wide shot guests of honour and hosts seated. Mid shot of Queen and Mandela seated next to each other. SOUNDBITE: Queen Elizabeth The Second: "South Africa has an invaluable role to play in furthering our Commonwealth ideals. Mr President, South Africa has a special place in my heart, and in the hearts of the British people. Our two countries are bound together by history, by common interest and by ideals and aspirations." Wide shot audience in banqueting hall. Queen and Mandela raising and touching glasses for toast. Queen and Mandela seated as audience applauds. 10:13:37 30624 EF96/0574 POOL (Mandela attends tree planting ceremony in London) St. James' Park, London, UK - 10 July 1996 - Medium shot South African band, policeman dancing. Medium shot Mandela planting tree. SOUNDBITE: Mandela: "This is very symbolic because I now have something concrete which links me with Britain. I wish I had the means and resources to come here almost every week and water this tree." Mandela dancing with band. 10:14:19 30631 EF96/0575 POOL/APTN (Second day of Mandela's visit to London) London, UK - 10 July 1996 - Mandela with Labour leader Tony Blair. Mandela and Prime Minister John Major shaking hands at 10 Downing Street. Close shot handshake. Mandela and Major approaching press after lunch. SOUNDBITE: Mandela: "I don't think that it is proper, even at the present moment, that a robust country like South Africa should be led by a septuagenarian. I think we need a younger man with a drive who can put this country on a new footing. And we've many such men and women in the leadership of the ANC." 10:15:18 30701 EF96/0578 POOL (Nelson Mandela addresses UK Parliament) London - 11 July 1996 - Betty Boothroyd and Mandela coming down stairs of Westminster Hall. Close shot them holding hands. Wide shot stage. Side shot stage. Close shot Mandela, applause. Cutaway Margaret Thatcher. SOUNDBITE: Mandela: "Join hands to build on what we have achieved together and help construct a humane African world, whose emergence will say a new universal order is born in which we are each our brother's an sister's keeper." Wide shot audience applauding. Close shot Mandela nodding to audience. Wide shot audience. Medium shot Mandela walking from hall, shaking hands. 10:16:27 W061427 LC12/07/1996 POOL (Mandela meets cheering crowds in London) London - 12 July 1996 - MS Nelson Mandela dancing with women who are also singing. WS crowd cheering. MS Mandela waving at crowd. WS crowd making South African flag. Mandela with fists in air. CUTAWAY woman in crowd. SOT Mandela "It is literally the fulfilment of a dream that I have been able to visit this place." WS crowd clapping, people waving posters. WS Trafalgar Square and crowd. MS Mandela talking to boy and walking to talk to people in crowd. WS Mandela on balcony addressing crowd. SOT Mandela: "I am leaving this country full of strength and full of hope because there are men and women like you who will never fail us, I thank you very much." WS crowd cheering. MS Mandela waving hands to crowd. 10:17:46 W061952 LC12/07/1996 APTN (Mandela and Queen at Royal Albert Hall concert) London - 11 July 1996 - Ext Albert Hall. Nelson Mandela and Queen Elizabeth II in Albert Hall foyer. Queen and Mandela take their seats in the royal box. 10:18:19 30872 EF96/0587 FRENCH POOL (Nelson Mandela at Annual Bastille Day parade in Paris) Paris, 14 July 1996 - Aerial view of parade around Arc de Triomphe. Various shots of President Jacques Chirac greeting Mandela. 10:18:33 30926 EF96/0590 FRENCH POOL (Nelson Mandela visits the Sorbonne University and receives an honorary doctorate) Paris, 15 July 1996 - Officials entering hall. Mandela entering hall and waves. Cutaway audience. Mandela being presented with doctorate. Pan of hall and audience clapping. Wide of ceremony. Mandela showing doctorate badge. 10:19:24 31093 EF96/0599 APTN (Mandela celebrates his 78th birthday) Pretoria, 17 July 1996 - Wide exterior government buildings. SOUNDBITE: Mandela: "I am celebrating the birthday with two thousand disabled children in Pietermaritzburg. And it is always a sense of joy to have your birthday even if it means you are coming near sleeping for eternity." Cape Town, 17 July 1996 - Wide school children singing "Happy Birthday Mandela". SOUNDBITE: Sisulu: "Mr President, you have done very well. You are doing beyond your capacity now at your age. Please scale down." 10:20:13 31206 EF96/0605 APTN (Michael Jackson visits Mandela) Johannesburg, South Africa, 20 July 1996 - WS Presidential Palace. Walk up Mandela and Jackson. Jackson hugging Mandela, pull out. 10:20:50 32954 EF96/0704 APTN (Dalai Lama meets Nelson Mandela) Cape Town, South Africa - 22 & 21 August 1996 - Wideshot Tuynhuys gardens. Wideshot Dalai Lama and Mandela walking down steps. SOUNDBITE: (English) Nelson Mandela - South African President: "He comes to our country at a very critical moment when we are trying through this non-violence and peaceful transformation to create an environment in our country, where we can successfully address all the problems that face us. And I am sure his visit will contribute to the creation of that environment." Close-up cut-away bodyguards watching. SOUNDBITE: (English) Dalai Lama - Tibet's exiled spiritual leader: "So now today I'm very very happy, extremely happy to have this opportunity, meeting this person. There are millions of people who admire this person. So I'm one of them. Now today my dream fulfilled." Wideshot cut-away of press watching. Wideshot Mandela and Dalai Lama walking through gardens holding hands, they stop and face the camera. Close-up on Mandela and Dalai Lama's hands pulls out to Wideshot of Table Mountain in background 10:22:19 33515 EF96/0737 APTN (President Mandela's romance with Graca Machel) Somerset West, 29 January 1996 - Mid shot Mandela getting out of the car and hugs Archbishop Desmond Tutu then kisses Graca Machel. Mid shot Mandela, Machel and Tutu standing together, they move Machel into the middle. Pretoria 2 September 1996 - Close up sign reading "Office of the President" pulls out to wide shot. 10:22:37 39730 EF96/1037 APTN (President Mandela signs post-apartheid constitution) Sharpeville, Johannesburg, South Africa, December 10 1996 - Wide shot of stadium. Mandela on stage dancing. SOUNDBITE: (English) Cyril Ramaphosa, chairman of constitutional committee : ''May this moment be remembered as a milestone in the struggle for a free and just South Africa.'' Mandela signing the constitution. Wide shot of Cyril Ramaphosa and Mandela waving and holding up constitution. Cutaway to crowd. SOUNDBITE: Mandela: ''As we close a chapter of exclusion and a chapter of heroic struggle, we reaffirm our determination to build a society of which each of us can be proud -- as South Africans, as Africans and citizens of the world.'' 10:23:55 41604 EF97/0032 APTN (Nelson Mandela's shirts are a trademark of his presidency) Cape Town, South Africa, January 9, 1997 and File - FILE Mandela attending election rally (Durban, 24 June 96). FILE Mandela election campaign (Elsiesriver, Cape Town, 18 May 96). FILE Mandela meets Warren Christopher (Cape Town, 12 Sept. 96). FILE Mandela meets Henry Kissinger (Cape Town, 25 Sept. 96). Exterior Desre Buirski's shop (Cape Town, 8 Jan. 97). Wide interior shop Buirski selling shirts. SOUNDBITE: Desre Buirski, Mandela shirt designer: "What I love about it is that he now stands out as a different kind of human being and as a different kind of political. He doesn't look the same as the men in grey suits all around the world. So personally I love it and I think it makes him stand out as something incredible unique and that is exactly what he is." FILE Mandela election campaign (Claremont, Durban, 6 July 96). FILE Mandela meets Michael Jackson (Pretoria, 20 July 96). FILE Mandela after meeting Savimbi (Umtata, 8 Jan. 97). 10:25:38 45173 EF97/0181 APTN (Mandela visits the Philippines) Manila, Philippines, 1 March 1997 - Wide shot of Nelson Mandela standing next to Fidel Ramos. Graca Machel (wearing glasses) with South African Ambassador to Malaysia, Maite Mohale. Medium of Graca Machel then zoom out as President Mandela signs palace guest book. Medium of Mandela. Graca Machel standing beside Mandela. Reporter asking question about a possible marriage. SOUNDBITE: (English) President Nelson Mandela: "(laughs) Well, my cultural background does not permit me to discuss this question with people young enough to be my children or grandchildren." 10:26:36 45877 EF97/0210 APTN (Microsoft boss Bill Gates visits Nelson Mandela) Cape Town, South Africa, 11.3.97 - Wide exterior Mandela's official residence. Mid shot Mandela and Bill Gates walking outside. SOUNDBITE: President Nelson Mandela on computers :"Well as you know I am a country boy. But I do like progress although I don't understand these things properly, but nevertheless I am aware that there is a generation gap and that therefore I have to try and follow what younger people do." 10:27:17 60274 EF97/0709 APTN (Nelson Mandela auctions some personal belongings - money raised to go to the Liberation Archive) Durban, South Africa - 22nd August 1997 - Mandela entering auction hall. Cutaway audience. Sign reading "Items For Auction" Close-up words "Nelson Mandela" shot pans right to words in Mandela's handwriting on rugby shirt reading: "Thank you for your wonderful support" his signature and the date: 21.8.97. Rugby jersey in frame. FILE of Mandela greeting South African rugby team at World cup finals. Painting of Mandela. Drawing of Mandela. Picture of Mandela. Sword in frame being held up. SOUNDBITE: (English) Nelson Mandela, South African President: "What we do to restore our true history makes a contribution to the rebuilding of our nation and therefore to the rebirth of our continent. Central to this revival is the reclamation of the vast resources of the people of Africa." Frene Ginwala, the Speaker of the Parliament clapping. SOUNDBITE: (English) Nelson Mandela, South African President: "I would like to avoid the embarrassment of receiving a gift which I'll not be able to use. Therefore it is my pleasure to donate it to the Archive." Auctioneer selling phone. Mobile phone. Mandela standing talking to Jacob Zuma, the head of the African National Congress in the province of KwaZulu-Natal. 10:29:34 W103862 LC26/08/1997 APTN (De Klerk announces resignation) Cape Town, 26 August 1997 - SOT F.W. De Klerk, retiring National Party leader: "I have decided that the time has come for me to retire from active party politics." Pretoria, 26 August 1997 - SOT Nelson Mandela, South African president: "Whatever mistakes he may have made - and it is possible that he has made very fundamental mistakes, as many of us have done - I hope that South Africa will not forget the role that he has played." 10:29:56 W104602 LC12/09/1997 APTN (Tribute to Steve Biko) East London, 12 September 1997 - WS crowds in streets; pan across crowds; SOT Nelson Mandela sot at podium: "Poverty, Ignorance, disease.. One of the greatest legacies of the struggle and for him to die was the explosion of pride among the victims of apartheid. The value that black consciousness placed on culture... in our prisons and across the communities in exile."; Ms crowds chanting as statue is unveiled; CU statue; King Williamstown 12 September 1997 - MS Mandela laying wreath on grave of Biko 10:31:07 62615 EF97/0806 POOL (Nelson Mandela visits Robben Island, now a national heritage site) Robben Island, Cape Town, South Africa - 24 September, 1997 - Wide shot prison hall. Various music played by band, musicians. SOUNDBITE: (English) President Nelson Mandela, South African President: "Robben Island is a vital part of South Africa's collective heritage. Siqithini, the island - a place of pain and punishment for centuries and now of triumph, presents us with a richer challenge of heritage. Its future has been the subject of intense and wide ranging debate." 10:31:38 W106452 LC29/10/1997 APTN (Mandela bestows award on Gaddafi) Zuwarah, Libya 29 October 1997 - Interior stadium, crowd; Mandela and Gaddafi walk on stage; SOT Nelson Mandela, South African President in English: "Training should take place with great speed, this means that leaders however firm their position is, must be careful with their language, must be moderate and the intention must be to bring leaders, even though they are debating serious issues which they hold a firm position - together, working to reduce tension"; Mandela bestowing medal upon Gaddafi (the order of good hope). Mandela and Gaddafi smiling and shaking hands; 10:33:02 63520 EF97/0920 POOL (Mandela meets Prince Charles and the Spice Girls) Pretoria, South Africa. 1 November 1997 - Prince Charles getting out of car shaking hands with Mandela and his companion, Graca Machel. Mandela, Prince Charles and Spice Girls all standing outside. Various Charles and members of Spice Girls and Mandela flanked by Spice Girls. Various of Mandela and Spice girls. SOUNDBITE: Nelson Mandela, South African President and Spice Girls: President Mandela: "Well." The Spice Girls: "Watch it, you stood next to me." President Mandela: "Well, these are my heroines." The Spice Girls: "And he is our hero as well." President Mandela: "I don't want to be emotional but this is one of the greatest moments of my life." SOUNDBITE: His Royal Highness Prince Charles, Prince of Wales: "And it is the second greatest moment in my life.. the first was when I met them the first time.." SOUNDBITE: Nelson Mandela, South African President and the Spice Girls: The Spice Girls: "And the Spice Girls can't believe they're meeting two very important people." "I think there's a classic speech that Nelson Mandela did and I can't remember exactly but you mentioned about never suppress yourself, never make yourself feel small for others insecurities and that's what Girl Power's all about so I think we're on the same level on that view." President Mandela: "Well you must realize of course that they are talking about an old man". The Spice Girls: "Hey, it's how you feel inside. You're not old." Various Mandela, Charles, Spice Girls, Billy Ocean. 10:34:51 68586 EF97/1056 APTN (President Mandela at final conference as ANC leader) Mafikeng, South Africa - December 16 1997 - South African President Nelson Mandela arriving. Wide shot of conference. Thabo Mbeki arriving on stage. Mandela arriving on stage. Nelson Mandela waving. Nelson Mandela sits down. 10:36:12 68593 EF97/1056 APTN (ANC Conference) Mafikeng, South Africa - 16 December, 1997 - Wide shot of inside conference hall. Various Mandela dancing on stage. Cutaway of audience dancing. Mandela being excused from stage and walking along stage to seat. 10:37:19 W110875 LC06/02/1998 POOL (Mandela's state of the nation address) Cape Town 6 February 1998 - WS Table Mountain and ceremony. MS Nelson Mandela arrives for ceremony. WS military band. MS Mandela with hand-on-heart. MS firing gun salute. WS parliament interior. WS parliament applauds as Mandela leaves. 10:37:51 72336 EF98/0121 POOL Mandela and Graca Machel waving to well wishers while travelling on a charity trip on the recently-restored Blue Train. 10:37:59 72759 EF98/0138 APTN (President Mandela meets supermodels) Cape Town, South Africa, 13 February 1998 - Wideshot exterior Mandela's house Wideshot Mandela and models and Farrow with children on the stairs Mid-shot Mandela being introduced to models Close-up Mandela hugs Kate Moss Mid-shot Mandela holding a Versace shirt SOUNDBITE: (English) Nelson Mandela, President of South Africa: "She is one of that generation that has chosen the world as a theatre for her operation and I'm very happy indeed that we should have a young person like herself to devote herself to make this worthy cause a success it has become. I really love you." Mandela hugs crying Naomi Campbell Close-up Mandela and Campbell shake hands and shot pulls out to wide of him with other models 10:38:49 W000222 LC26/03/1998 US POOL (President Bill Clinton addresses South African parliament) Cape Town 26 March 1998 - ms Clintons exit car and walk towards South African President, Nelson Mandela; Hillary kisses Mandela; ms Clintons speaking to Mandela; Clinton and Mandela take stage for gun salute. 10:39:16 75726 EF98/0260 POOL (Clinton in South Africa) Robben Island, South Africa - 27 March 1998 - Shot from moving car arriving at Robben Island prison. Clinton, Mandela, Machel and Mrs Clinton come out into courtyard. Clinton and Mandela walk arm and arm into prison. Inside prison hallway - Clinton and Mandela walking, Clinton, Mandela and group go inside cell. Mandela and Clinton inside cell where he was held as political prisoner during apartheid. Wider shot of Mandela and Clinton talking inside cell. 10:40:04 81556 EF98/0494 APTN (Mandela in London) London, Britain - 12 June 1998 - Mandela walking on stage. Young boy. SOUNDBITE (English) Nelson Mandela South African President: "Little did we know that some of our people - some of whom suffered in exile, underground, languished in jail - have themselves become corrupt. It is one of the greatest challenges that is facing us: to fight the freedom fighters who having helped to win liberation have now put their claws deep into public resources, using them for their personal purposes." 10:41:01 81848 EF98/0504 POOL (Mandela meets EU leaders in Cardiff) Cardiff, Wales - 16 June 1998 - Wide shot of Cardiff City Hall. Mid shot of Mandela with EU leaders and embracing French President Jacques Chirac. Mid shot of EU leaders and Mandela preparing for group photo. Mid shot and pan of Mandela with Blair, Chirac and German Chancellor Helmut Kohl. Wide shot of EU leaders and Mandela group photo. 10:41:35 84250 EF98/0594 APTN (Mandela kicks off 80th birthday celebrations) Kruger National Park, Skukuza South Africa 16 July 1998 - Mid-shot President Mandela surrounded by children, media, security. President walking towards the stage. Close-up little girl. Mid-shot Mandela and little girl seated at laptop. Mandela's finger on mouse, little girl shows him how. Mid-shot press. SOUNDBITE: (English) President Nelson Mandela : "Nevertheless the important thing is that we have achieved a near miracle and that is what this tribute means - not merely for an individual but for the country as a whole." Mid-shot Mandela picking up little girl and kissing her. Wide-shot crowd walking towards stage, tilts to include stage. Close-up (very short) of candles on birthday cake. Mandela and friend cuts the cake. Mandela dancing with kids. 10:43:09 84368 EF98/0601 APTN (Mandela marries Graca Machel) Johannesburg, South Africa - 18 July 1998 - Nelson and Graca with former prison mate of Mandela, Ahmed Kathrada walking into house. Guests in the house, shot pulls in as woman kisses him and wishes him Happy Birthday. Bodyguard walks with Mandela through a doorway. Nelson and Graca (with Nelson's Secretary) walk down stairs, shot pulls in as Nelson kisses woman in wheelchair. Nelson and Graca in dining room as guests sing a praise song to him. Graca praying. Mandela's youngest daughter (by Winnie) with her baby and husband Zweli Hlongwane. Zweli greeting Graca and Nelson. Nelson, Princess Zenani Dlamini, his eldest daughter (by Winnie) and Graca lift their glasses in a toast. Nelson's grandson, Mandla (from a daughter from his first marriage to Evelyn) walks behind him, puts a birthday card over his eyes and sings Happy Birthday, people laugh and Nelson shakes his hand. Nelson kisses a great granddaughter who cries and he passes her to Graca. Birthday cake, shot pulls up to Nelson and grandchildren and great-grandchildren singing "And So Say All of Us", guests cheer and applaud. Wide shot through doorway Nelson and Graca breaking the news of the impending marriage to his children. Wide shot people crowd around his car Nelson dancing as people sing. 10:44:52 W005210 LC18/07/1998 APTN (Mandela marries Graca Machel) Pretoria 18 July 1998 - Exterior of South African President Nelson Mandela's residence; Mandela and Graca Machel entering room and being congratulated; Wedded couple leaving room surrounded by relatives singing and throwing flowers; Mandela and Graca by car; SOT (English) Mandela's son, Makgato: "I'd like to say thank you to him for being a wonderful father to all of us, bringing us up and looking after us so well"; Mandela and Graca walking off; CU of birthday cake. 10:46:19 W005191 LC18/07/1998 APTN (Mandela marries Graca Machel) Pretoria 18 July 1998 - MS/NATSOT Graca Machel tousling Mandela's hair and saying: "You are the baby today"; CA photographers; WS crowd around Mandela and Graca Machel on porch; CU/MS Mandela with arm around her; they turn and walk back inside. 10:46:34 84443 EF98/0603 APTN (Graca Machel interview) Maputo, Mozambique; recent - Various shots of Graca Machel during photo shoot at her home. Portrait of Samora Machel on wall. Set up shot of her with interviewer. SOUNDBITE: (English) Graca Machel, wife of Nelson Mandela: "You know, this is a very mature relationship, very much mature probably than the relationship I had with Samora (her dead husband) and as I would never ask Madiba (Nelson Mandela), I would never question his love for Winnie (Madikizela-Mandela, his second wife), I would never question his love for Winnie, he never questions my love for Samora. But we are fine." SOUNDBITE: (English) Graca Machel, wife of Nelson Mandela: "A head of state can be very lonely and it is good for Madiba, as I have told you some time ago, I have a shoulder to lean on, it is good for him to have a shoulder to lean on, you may think he doesn't need it but he does. Because ultimately he is a human being." Side shot. SOUNDBITE: (English) Graca Machel, wife of Nelson Mandela: "At the end of the day he wants to lean on somebody and to feel that he is loved, someone that he really trusts, you see so it's good for him, in other terms it is good for both of us." 10:48:27 84470 EF98/0605 APTN (President Nelson Mandela and his new wife Graca Machel made their first public appearance as a married couple at a banquet to honour his 80th birthday) Johannesburg, South Africa - 19 July 1998 - Mid shot of Nelson Mandela and Graca Machel holding hands and dancing. Pan from Mandela to Graca Machel dancing. Close up of Graca Machel. Back shot of Mandela, his grandson, Graca Machel and the Birthday cake. Wide shot of children in traditional costume. Stevie Wonder greeting Mandela. Michael Jackson arrives. Mid shot of Michael Jackson hugging Mandela and Graca Machel. Mid shot of Mandela and Graca Machel talking and clapping. Side shot of Mandela and Graca Machel walking and singing. 10:49:48 85969 EF98/0673 APTN (President Nelson Mandela awarded the Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat South Africa's highest honour for foreigners at a ceremony in Cape Town) Cape Town, August 11 1998 - Mandela and Arafat coming out to observe guard of honour. Close up of Arafat saluting. Mandela awarding Order of Good Hope to Arafat and shaking hands. Pan from right to left of Mandela, Arafat and delegates. Arafat awarding Mandela with Star of Jerusalem, kissing on cheeks. 10:50:39 89404 EF98/0795 APTN (Mandela in New York) New York City, USA - September 20, 1998 - Nelson Mandela and Graca Machel enter with entourage. UPSOUND: Boys Choir of Harlem singing. Musicians playing. Back shot of Mandela and Graca Machel cheering. Wide shot of Boys Choir of Harlem and audience. SOUNDBITE: (English) Nelson Mandela, South African President: "It was the religious institutions that gave us strength and the hope that we will come back and join our people and be part of the struggle to defeat white supremacy." Cutaway of audience. SOUNDBITE: (English) Nelson Mandela, South African President: "The healing of society means above all working together to improve the lives of especially the poor. If we take pride in the democracy we are creating, it is because it is not merely the hollow form of political freedom. Steadily, but surely, the lives of literally millions of our people are changing for the better, as they gain access to the simple and basic necessities of a decent life that were previously denied them." 10:52:14 89441 EF98/0797 UNTV (Mandela at the UN - 53rd General Assembly session) United Nations, New York, USA - 21 September 1998 - Pan of interior of General Assembly. Mid shot of Kofi Annan's wife and Nelson Mandela's wife. SOUNDBITE: (English) Nelson Mandela, South African President: "I have reached the part of the long walk when the opportunity is granted, as it should be to all men and women, to retire to some rest and tranquillity in the village of my birth. As I sit in my village and grow as ancient as its hills, I will continue to entertain the hope that has emerged that cadre of leaders in my own country and region on my continent and in the world which will not allow that any should be denied their freedom as we were." Wide shot of Mandela at the podium. Various of delegation applauding. NOTE: MAY REQUIRE ADDITIONAL CLEARANCE!!! 10:53:26 89642 EF98/0804 US POOL (Mandela receives Congressional Gold Medal) 23 September 1998, Washington, D.C. - Newt Gingrich, Speaker of the US House of Representatives; Nelson Mandela, South African President; Bill Clinton US President at US Congressional event honouring Mandela. Mandela. SOUNDBITE: (English) Newt Gingrich, Speaker of the House: "We are privileged today to be in the presence of the father of multiracial democracy in Africa. And the leading example in the world today of the spirit of Washington and King. (Martin Luther King)" Side shot of Clinton speaking. SOUNDBITE: (English) Bill Clinton, US President: "For those of us who have been privileged to know this remarkable man, no medal no award no fortune, nothing we could give him could possibly compare to the gift he has given to us and to the world." Mandela and Clinton holding up medal. 10:54:34 114270 EF99/0339 POOL (Mandela's farewell speech to parliament) Johannesburg, South Africa - March 26 1999 - Wide shot Mandela arriving in Parliament. Wide shot Mandela walking down and members of Parliament clapping. Mid shot members of Parliament clapping. Wide shot Mandela walking to podium. Wide shot members of Parliament clapping. SOUNDBITE: (English) Nelson Mandela, President of South Africa: "To the extent that I have been able to take our country forward to this new era it is because I am the product of the people of the world who have cherished the vision of a better life for all people everywhere. They insisted, in a spirit of self-sacrifice, that that vision should be realized in South Africa too. They gave us hope because we knew by their solidarity that our ideas could not be silenced since they were the ideas of all humanity. I am the product of Africa and her long-cherished dream of a rebirth that can now be realized so that all of her children may play in the sun." Wide shot members of Parliament and guests. Mid shot from behind. Mandela overlooking members of Parliament. Mid shot members of Parliament clapping. SOUNDBITE: (English) Nelson Mandela, President of South Africa: "I will count myself as amongst the aged of our society, as one of the rural population, as one concerned for the children and youth of our country and as a citizen of the world committed, as long as I have strength to work for a better life for all people everywhere. And as I have always done, I will do what I can within the discipline of the broad movement for peace and democracy to which I belong." Wide shot members of Parliament, Pan parliament. SOUNDBITE: (English) Nelson Mandela, President of South Africa (partly overlaid): "To the extent that we have still to reconcile and heal our nation, to the extent that the consequences of apartheid still permeate our society and define the lives of millions of South Africans as lives of deprivation, those challenges are unchanged." Wide shot Mandela from behind. Mid shot members of Parliament listening to speech. Mid shot Mandela ending speech. Mid shot Mandela leaving podium. Mid shot Graca Machel clapping. Mid shot Mandela waving arms. Wide shot Mandela greeting people. 10:57:54 131476 EF99/0610 APTN (Elections) Johannesburg, South Africa - 2 June 1999 - Mandela places ballots in box, crowd applauds, Mandela kisses wife. 10:58:26 134014 EF99/0656 APTN (Libyan leader Moammar Qaddafi visit) Cape Town, South Africa - 13 June 1999 - The two men stand for national anthem. SOUNDBITE: (English) Nelson Mandela, Retiring South African President: "In many ways, our modest contribution in resolving the Lockerbie issue will remain a highlight of our presidency. No one can deny that the friendship and trust between South Africa and Libya played a significant part in arriving at this solution." Mandela and Qaddafi hand in hand. 10:58:49 134205 EF99/0658 APTN (South Africa's new National Assembly has chosen African National Congress leader Thabo Mbeki to be the country's next president) Cape Town, South Africa, June 14 1999 - Side shot of MPs clapping and singing. Wide shot of assembly. Close up of Thabo Mbeki. SOUNDBITE: (English) Constitutional Court chief Arthur Chaskalson: "I accordingly declare Thabo Mbeki duly elected as the President of the Republic of South Africa." Wide shot of assembly. Wide shot of assembly singing "Nelson Mandela". Mid shot retiring President Mandela. Close up Mandela. Wide shot of Mandela, Mbeki, Speaker of House. Photo opportunity: Mandela and wife Graca, Mbeki and wife. 10:59:53 136700 EF99/0701 APTN (Mandela on new stamp) Pretoria, 23 June 1999 - Wide shot graphic designer Thea Swanepoel working on computer. Midshot screen with Mandela design. Close-up screen showing Mandela design. Mid shot examples of first day cover. Johannesburg, 23 June 1999 - Mid shot photograph of Mandela wearing mantel. Wide shot designs and photo. Mid shot design in artist's hand. Soweto, 30 May 1999 - Midshot Mandela and Mbeki dancing at rally. 11:00:42 151465 EF99/0994 APTN (New book launched) Midrand, South Africa - 5 September 1999 - Mid shot of Mandela book on display. Close up shot of book cover. Mid shot of author Charlene Smith looking at book. Close up shot of Charlene Smith. Mid shot of books on table, shot pulls up to Mandela and Machel looking at the book. Mid shot of Mandela kissing Smith. 11:01:21 156794 EF99/1108 APTN (Child cancer sufferers meet Mandela) Johannesburg, South Africa, October 4, 1999 - Children walking up to and entering Mandela's private residence. Mid shot Nelson Mandela. Mid shot two children in group. 11:01:50 160123 EF99/1172 APTN (Nelson Mandela visits Shati refugee camp in Gaza Strip) Gaza - 20 October 1999 - Sign saying "Mandela, Welcome to Palestine". Arafat handing present to Mandela and shaking hands. SOUNDBITE: (English) Nelson Mandela, former President of South Africa: "Choose peace rather than confrontation. Except in cases where we cannot get, where we cannot proceed, or we cannot move forward. Then if the only alternative is violent, we will use violence." Arafat clapping. 11:02:29 174534 EF00/0167 APTN (10th anniversary of Mandela's release) Mveso, South Africa, February 11, 2000 - Various shots of dancers. Close-up of dancers' sticks. Wide shot of memorial. Close-up still photo Nelson Mandela, b&w. SOUNDBITE: (English) Ben Ngubane, Minister for Arts and Culture: "We're celebrating something that's absolutely invaluable in our history. An epoch, a phenomenon, where a man was born here through all kinds of tribulation to lead us to freedom." Nelson shaking hands. Various of foundations of building where Mandela was born. 11:03:10 182349A GS0019 APTN (The director of the United Nation's children's agency on Saturday joined former South African President Nelson Mandela and his wife to call on world leaders everywhere to help put and end to practices that risk the lives of children) Johannesburg, South Africa - 6 May, 2000 - Boy playing on drum. Mandela and Machel walk through cheering crowd. Various of children doing traditional dance. Cut away Mandela and Machel listening. SOUNDBITE: (English) former President Nelson Mandela: "There are those who have involved in armed conflict, not for the purpose of serving the welfare of the country but in order that those children should give up their lives for the personal enrichment of the heads of state in those countries. We have to be ruthless against leader of that nature." Wide shot Mandela and Machel dancing with group of children. Push in to tight shot young girl dancing. Close up Mandela smiling and clapping. 11:04:10 188410 EF00/0785 APTN (International AIDS conference) Durban, South Africa, 14 July 2000 - Mandela walks into conference hall. Cutaway delegates. SOUNDBITE (English): Nelson Mandela, Former South African President : "A tragedy of unprecedented proportion is unfolding in Africa. AIDS today in Africa is claiming more lives than the sum total of all wars famine and flood and the ravages of such deadly diseases as malaria. It is devastating families and community, overwhelming and depleting health care services and robbing schools of both students and teachers." 11:05:20 202496 EF00/1346 APTN (Former South African President Nelson Mandela was cheered by hundreds of school children as he lit a Christmas tree which has raised thousands of dollars for AIDS victims and other terminally ill people) Midrand, South Africa: 1 December, 2000 - Various of Mandela with children. Various of singing children holding candles. SOUNDBITE: (English) Nelson Mandela, Former South African President : "As we speak now there are thousands of people dying from AIDS this moment. But this war can be won. This is one war where you can make a difference." 11:05:53 202890 EF00/1384 APTN (Three South African Nobel Peace Prize winners, Nelson Mandela, F.W. De Klerk and Desmond Tutu have made impassioned pleas on behalf of AIDS victims at a church service in Johannesburg) Johannesburg, South Africa - December 6, 2000 - AIDS symbol made of flowers. Nelson Mandela framed in flowers. F. W. De Klerk. Wide of cathedral. SOUNDBITE: (English) Nelson Mandela, former South African president : "...but a question of love and support of AIDS sufferers. This is extremely important. And this is what is disappointing because South Africa is far behind countries like Uganda and Senegal." Children in cathedral. 11:06:38 302947 EF01/0374 POOL (Concert in London in honour of Nelson Mandela) London, England - April 29, 2001 - Pan from London skyline to crowds in Trafalgar Square. Pan down to stage. SOUNDBITE: (English) Tony Blair, British Prime Minister: "We've come here tonight to celebrate South Africa and the freedom from apartheid. We've come here to celebrate the new South Africa which is giving peace and prosperity to all its people. And we've come here to celebrate you. We've come here to celebrate Nelson Mandela." People cheering. Mandela smiling. People clapping. SOUNDBITE: (English) Nelson Mandela, Former South African President (with cutaways of crowd): "I'm a proud and happy person to be here with the British people, a British people who have travelled the road to freedom with us. Our long established ties with Britain, we must use it in order to create that future world where our children can live in peace and hopes. I thank you." Crowd. Blair clapping. Crowd. Mandela smiling. Crowd. Various Mandela waving to crowd. 11:08:19 303179 EF01/0376 APTN (Mandela on AIDS) London 1 May 2001 - Sot Mandela - on the culture of silence about Aids in South Africa: "According to our culture you don't talk about sex whatever you are going to say. If a child asks their mum where they come from the answer is a clap in the face. We have such prejudices. A young lady, her case received a great deal of publicity, who announced she had Aids... she was stoned to death. So you have this ignorance about aids." Cutaway. 11:09:02 305874 EF01/0441 APTN (Mandela criticizes US support of Israel) Johannesburg - June 1 2001 - SOUNDBITE: (English) Nelson Mandela, Former South African President: "But it is completely wrong that the United States must be the mediator in this conflict, because everybody knows the United States is a friend of Israel and however honest and strong the integrity of President Clinton which I accept without reservation. " 11:09:25 309973 EF01/0537 APTN (Mandela celebrates his 83rd birthday) Johannesburg - 18 July 2001 - Mid shot of Nelson Mandela and his wife Graca Machel coming out of office. UPSOUND pupils singing "Happy Birthday" to Mandela. SOUNDBITE ( English) Nelson Mandela, Former South African President: "Please give our love to other children and tell them we are proud of them and we are proud of you because you are the future leaders of this country. Thank you very much for having been here." SOUNDBITE (English) Vox Pop by school kid: "He's a kind man, and I love him so much I wish he was our president again." 11:10:17 310524 EF01/0549 APTN (Former South African President Nelson Mandela has been diagnosed with prostate cancer and has begun radiation therapy. ) Randburg, July 24, 2001 - Exteriors clinic where Mandela will be treated. Johannesburg, July 24, 2001 - Various newspaper posters reading: "Mandela Cancer Shock". Newspaper vendor holding newspaper reading: "Mandela has cancer". Soweto - July 21, 2001 - SOUNDBITE: (English) Nelson Mandela, Former South African President "We must not give them the impression that they are on the way out (referring to people with terminal diseases). Today it may be you, tomorrow it may be myself, and I have said when that day comes, and it may come sooner than you think, when I reach the next world, the first thing I'll do is to look for a branch of the African National Congress." Mandela singing "Twinkle Twinkle Little Star" with children. 11:11:21 345069 EF02/0613 APTN (Thousands celebrate Mandela's 84th birthday) Pietermaritzsburg- 20 July 2002 - Nelson Mandela arriving at stadium by open buggy with Eunice Kennedy-Shriver (founder of Special Olympics). Mandela being led thorough crowd past press. SOUNDBITE: (English) Nelson Mandela, former South African president: "Some of these children with disabilities get worst because of the way we and their parents treat them, because they don't treat them as human beings." Disabled boy sitting with Mandela and Kennedy-Shriver. Children helping Mandela blow out 84 candles on giant birthday cake. Various Mandela and officials holding doves ad releasing them in the air. 11:12:30 348865 EF02/0741 APTN (Mandela strongly criticizes Bush administration) Johannesburg - 2 Aug 2002 - Set up Nelson Mandela, outside his Johannesburg home. SOUNDBITE: (English) Nelson Mandela, Former South African President: "We are really appalled by any country, whether it is a superpower or a small country, that goes outside the United Nations and attacks independent countries. Because the message they are sending is that if you are afraid of the veto in the Security Council then you are entitled to act on your own and ignore the Security Council. What they are saying is that. They are introducing chaos in international affairs and we condemn that in the strongest terms, no country must be allowed to take the law into their own hands". 11:13:38 357740 EF02/1041 APTN (Former South African presidents Nelson Mandela and F.W. De Klerk were honoured for their contributions to the ridding the country of the apartheid regime) Pretoria - 10 Dec 2002 - Wide shot of inside of ceremonial hall. Musician Hugh Masakela playing. Audience dancing. De Klerk and Mandela dancing. Former South African president Nelson Mandela receives his award. 11:14:44 361949 EF03/0092 APTN (Mandela criticizes Bush and Blair on Iraq) Johannesburg - 30 Jan 2003 - Sign reading "International Women's Forum" (IWFSA). Nelson Mandela waving to audience as he comes on stage with wife Graca Machel (Mandela's left). Cutaway audience. Mandela at podium. SOUNDBITE: (English) Nelson Mandela, Former South African President: "Both Bush as well as Tony Blair are undermining an idea which was sponsored by their predecessors. They do not care. Is it because the Secretary General of the United Nations is now a black man?" SOUNDBITE: (English) Nelson Mandela, Former South African President: "What I'm condemning is that one power with a president who has no foresight, who cannot think properly, is now wanting to plunge the world into a holocaust." Cutaway woman listening. SOUNDBITE: (English) Nelson Mandela, Former South African President: "If there is a country that has committed unspeakable atrocities in the world - it is the United States of America. They don't care." Mandela hugs women on stage. Women clapping. SOUNDBITE: (English) Nelson Mandela, Former South African President: "All that he (Bush) wants is Iraqi oil. That is all. Because Iraq produces 64 per cent of the oil in the world. What Bush is wants is to get hold of that oil." Woman listening. Mandela and women dancing on stage. 11:17:02 362748 EF03/0119 APTN (Mandela's paintings of Robben Island displayed) Robben Island - 7 Feb 2003 - Interior corridor of prison. Various of Mandela's paintings of Robben Island. Wide shot auctioneer at auction of Mandela's paintings, pan across to audience (UPSOUND: (English) Auctioneer accepting bids for the painting, saying Mr Mandela will personally sign paintings after purchase) 11:18:13 374570 EF03/0448 APTN (Memorial service for Walter Sisulu) Johannesburg - May 15, 2003 - Nelson Mandela arrives in hall. Wide of podium with VIPs. Mandela holding up fist in solidarity salute during national anthem. Crowd during national anthem. Framed photograph of Walter Sisulu. 11:18:40 375106 EF03/0466 APTN (Beckham and England football team meet Nelson Mandela) Johannesburg, 21 May 2003 - Wide shot of Mandela shaking hands with England Football Captain David Beckham. Close up of Mandela's face during handshakes. Wide of Mandela shaking hands with other England football players. SOUNDBITE (English) David Beckham, England Football Captain: "So we brought a shirt down which as you can see has your name on the back." Beckham gives Mandela shirt. Close up "Mandela" written on back of shirt. 11:19:34 380445 EF03/0650 APTN (Celebrations to mark Nelson Mandela's 85th birthday kicked with a book launch at the Mandela Foundation in Johannesburg, where he was presented with a book of tributes by leaders from around the world) Johannesburg, 17 July 2003 - Two shots new Mandela book "From Freedom To The Future". Nelson Mandela and his wife Graca Machel arriving at book launch at Nelson Mandela Foundation to applause. Mandela poses with Archbishop Desmond Tutu and Ahmed Kathrada, imprisoned on Robben Island with Mandela and friends. Close up Mandela book being held by Kathrada. Wide shot Mandela and friends. 11:20:08 380545 EF03/0653 APTN (Nelson Mandela's lengthy 85th birthday celebrations continued with a party featuring children from the Nelson Mandela Foundation and a giant birthday cake) Houghton, 18 July 2003 - Close up of waiter looking after cake. Nelson Mandela and his wife Graca Machel come out of house to listen to band. Mid shot of band playing. Wide shot of Mandela with media. Mandela receives book of tributes from world leaders. Close up of Mandela and his wife holding hands. Close up of Mandela. Mid shot of Mandela and wife. Mandela kissing child from his foundation. Mandela cutting birthday cake. 11:21:36 380642 EF03/0655 APTN (Nelson Mandela with former president Clinton) Johannesburg - 19 July 2003 - Wide of stage with former US President Bill Clinton and his wife Hilary, Mandela and his wife Graca Machel. SOUNDBITE: (English) Former US President Bill Clinton: "In my lifetime only two people have made that personal journey as the leaders of their nations in the rough and tumble world of politics. Mahatma Gandhi and his worthy successor, Nelson Mandela." Audience clapping. Clinton and Mandela hugging, Graca and Hilary clapping, pulls out to wide. 11:22:21 411826 EF04/0287 APTN (Exhibition of work painted by Nelson Mandela in prison) New York - 9 March 2004 - Wide pan across gallery. Medium zoom into photograph of former South African President and apartheid era prisoner Nelson Mandela looking out window in his cell. Medium shot, Mandela lithograph of window in his cell. Wide shot, two Mandela works of art using his handprints. Zoom into print: "Hand of Africa" (an imprint of Mandela's right hand which in the centre forms the shape of the African continent). Medium pan across lithograph, then text explaining the motivation, then photograph. 11:23:14 411964 EF04/0292 APTN (Hollywood actress Charlize Theron meets Mandela) Johannesburg - 11 Mar 2004 - Nelson Mandela and Charlize Theron enter arm in arm. SOUNDBITE (English) Charlize Theron, Actress/Nelson Mandela, South African President: Theron: "I love you so much." Mandela: "I love you too you know, thank you, thank you very much." Theron: "You're such an inspiration, to all human beings, not just South Africans but to the rest of the world. It's always so lovely to see you." Mandela: "Thank you very much." Photographer. Close up tearful Theron. 11:23:54 418871 EF04/0574 APTN (Mandela appeals for end to hectic public appearances) Johannesburg - 1 June 2004 - News conference. SOUNDBITE: (English) Nelson Mandela, Former South African President: "What I have come to do here this morning is to make an appeal, more than an announcement. I'm turning 86 in a few weeks' time and that is a longer life than most people are granted. I have the added blessing of being in very good health, at least according to my doctors. I am confident that nobody present here today will accuse me of selfishness if I asked to spend time while I'm still in good health with my family, my friends and also with myself." Media. SOUNDBITE: (English) Nelson Mandela, Former South African President: "When I told one of my advisors a few month ago that I wanted to retire, he growled at me. 'Goat, you are retired.' If that really is the case then I should say I now announce that I am retiring from retirement." 11:25:29 438542 EF05/0021 APTN (Mandela on death of eldest son from AIDS) Johannesburg - 6 Jan 2005 - Nelson Mandela arrives. Cutaway press. SOUNDBITE (English) Nelson Mandela, former president: "I had no idea when I started this campaign three years ago that it will also affect a member of my family, I was stating a general principle that we must not hide the cause the death of our families because that is the only way we can make people understand that HIV is an ordinary disease, that's why we called you here today to announce that my son has died of AIDS. Thank you." SOUNDBITE (English) Nelson Mandela, former president: "It gives a very bad reflection indeed to the members of the family that they themselves should come out and say bravely that a member of my family has died of AIDS, that's why we took the initiative to say that a member of my family has died, in this particular case, my son." 11:26:48 439402 EF05/0051 APTN (Former president attends funeral of son who died from Aids) Qunu - 15 Jan 2005 - Former South African President Nelson Mandela and wife Graca Machel getting out of car. Funeral ceremony with photograph of Makgatho Mandela. Close-up of photograph. Winnie Mandela, Nelson Mandela's former wife. Various of Mandela and Graca Machel outside laying wreath. ENDS 11:27:34
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President Bill Clinton Honors Rosa Parks (1999)
PRESIDENT CLINTON ATTENDS A CONGRESSIONAL GOLD MEDAL CEREMONY HONORING CIVIL RIGHTS LEADER ROSA PARKS.
Nelson Mandela - Part 3
NVS0089 Subject: Nelson Mandela Part 3 Library Thematic Clipreels - Volume 45 - Nelson Mandela - Part 3 (1995 - 2005) Duration 87 mins 34 secs Sound: Natural Sound unless stated otherwise 10:00:00 16744 EF95/0787 APTN (Nelson Mandela's prison guard writes book) Johannesburg, South Africa, October 26, 1995 - Mid shot display of book. Close-up shot of stand reading "Nelson Mandela my prisoner my friend." Still of James Gregory at Robben island. SOUNDBITE: James Gregory: "So I thought to myself you should have been hung, you were lucky. And then I think he saw me as part of the white racist regime or the illegitimate regime. So we were not very friendly at the first meeting." Still of Gregory. Close-up of letter Mandela sent to Gregory. SOUNDBITE: James Gregory: "It was a very emotional time - I think for both of us. Because walking out of the house he came straight to me, he hugged me and he said to me, Goodbye - but this is not goodbye we will see each other again." 10:01:20 19939 EF95/0961 APTN (Mandela visits childhood home) Qunu, Transkei, South Africa. 25 December 1995 - Mandela's garden, Qunu. Wideshot of tent with people milling around. Nelson Mandela with people inside tent. Mandela under umbrella. Cut away of little boys. Mandela handing out meat. Mandela at door of house with two grandchildren, Hlanganani and Musa, going into house. Mandela on sofa with two grandchildren. House where Mandela grew up. Qunu. Mandela going into house. Mandela looking at book. Mandela looking at photograph of himself. SOUNDBITE: Nelson Mandela, President of South Africa: And he used to say to us "I am the descendent of the Duke of Wellington, the man who crushed Napoleon and saved civilization for Europe and the world and for you the natives, and we used to cheer. Oh, the Duke of Wellington saved civilization for us as well." 10:03:09 W054411 LC28/01/1996 APTN (Louis Farrakhan meets Nelson Mandela) Johannesburg, South Africa, 28 January 1996 - Farrakhan sending kiss to crowd. Farrakhan entering house. Farrakhan and Mandela meeting and hugging. Mandela sot: "I have seen many people whose ideas are opposed to mine and saw no reason why I should make an exception..." Farrakhan sot: "Mandela is a politician who has taken on the task of one nation society he must be a teacher and that means he is going to erase ignorance...the worst enemy of us all is not race or religion by ignorance, so the whole human family needs a teacher and a head of state like yours." Handshake and Farrakhan sot; "he deserves the embrace of the world." 10:04:21 22534 EF96/0133 APTN (President Mandela's message of truth and reconciliation) Cape Town, 9 February 1996 - St George's Cathedral. Mandela arriving. Nelson Mandela sitting with Justice Minister Dullah Omar on the far left and estranged wife Winnie Mandela in between two people on the far right. Mandela goes up to the podium. SOUNDBITE Nelson Mandela: "Ordinary South Africans are determined that the more the past be known, the better to ensure that it is not repeated. They seek this not out of vengeance, but so that we can move into the future together. The choice of our nation is not whether the past should be revealed, but rather to ensure that it comes to be known in a way which promotes reconciliation and peace." Tutu greets Truth Commissioner and then stands next to Boraine who hands him a burning candle while National Anthem is sung. 10:05:30 23727 EF96/0202 APTN (Robben Island prison rocks for sale) Robben Island and Cape Town, South Africa. 1 March, 29 February 1996 - Robben Island. Robben Island from the air- file photograph. Cape Town 29 February 1996 - Warehouse workers carrying crate with Robben Island rocks. Tilt down of former political prisoners chipping rocks. Robben Island - Mandela walking with Norwegian Prime Minister Gro Haarlem Brundtland in lime quarry - 11 February 1996. Mandela presenting Brundtland with first rock - 11 February 1996. Cape Town,1st March 1996 - Set-up Ahmed Kathrada in office. SOUNDBITE Ahmed Kathrada, Special advisor to President: "These are men and women who have served many of them long terms of imprisonment. And through their involvement in the struggle they lost the opportunity to work and to earn pensions." Shop display window showing quarry rocks. Customer buying quarry rocks. 10:06:39 24260 EF96/0227 APTN (President Mandela meets African leaders) Pretoria, South Africa 16th March 1996 - Wide exterior Mandela official residence. Wide Nelson Mandela, Robert Mugabe, Swazi King Mswati III. Botswana President Ketumile Masire. 10:06:58 24368 EF96/0233 APTN (President Mandela initiates divorce proceedings) Johannesburg, South Africa 18 March 1996 - Wide shot Supreme Court in Johannesburg. SOUNDBITE: Vox Pop: "You know he was in jail for 27 years. She was there, she was waiting for him. Now he comes out of jail and he says he doesn't want a wife he wants another wife. She's right." 10:07:14 24435 EF96/0236 APTN (President Mandela granted divorce) Johannesburg, South Africa - 19 March 1996 - Wide Nelson Mandela gets out of car and waves to crowd. Mid shot Nelson Mandela's lawyer, Wim Trengove leaving court. 10:07:38 26906 EF96/0371 APTN (Nelson Mandela's life story to be filmed) Cape Town/Magaliesberg, 2/3 May 1996 - Sidney Poitier and Michael Caine standing on hotel steps. Photographer pan right to Poitier and Caine on steps. Caine and Poitier on steps receiving posters. SOUNDBITE Anant Singh: "I am very excited at the fact that I have got these rights. I think that I will do justice to the book and to the president and make a powerful, very moving, very epic motion picture. And I think that it will be. It is my intention that this is a South African film." Mandela dancing at May Day rally. 10:08:31 W059105 LC18/05/1996 APTN Cape Town, 17 May 1996 - Mandela and Poitier out to meet press. cu Poitier. ws Mandela gestures to Poitier. sot - Sydney Poitier - "It is the actor's job to create the essence of the man, and to do that we need more than his gestures and more than the cadence of his speech, we need to understand the values that are the foundation of the personality." Cu Mandela. ws Mandela and Poitier shake hands. File - ws filming. ms Michael Caine as De Klerk prepares to film. ca grip with dolly tracks. ws Caine as De Klerk being filmed. 10:09:33 W060537 LC23/06/1996 APTN (Archbishop Desmond Tutu retires) Cape Town, 23 June 1996 - MS procession to alter, interior St George's cathedral. CU Tutu, shakes hands man, kisses woman on cheek. PAN congregation. WS Mandela speaking, SOT: "I know that I speak for all of you when I say that Archbishop Desmond Tutu has been a blessing and inspiration for countless people here and abroad." WS Mandela, Archbishop Tutu presented with Meritorious award. CU award put around Tutu's neck. CU Mandela and Tutu embrace. WS Mandela and Tutu embrace. CU Tutu singing and dancing. Tutu SOT: "The pink panther is leaving, and the pink panther is going to (cu Tutu) miss you, thank-you very much." MS Tutu turns and walks away from congregation, dignitaries stand and applaud. High shot interior congregation. 10:10:54 W061348 LC09/07/1996 UK POOL (Mandela given official welcome in London) London, 9 July 1996 - WS of parade ground; Group alights from vehicles; Queen and Mandela shake hands; Mandela inspecting horse guards on parade ground with Britain's Prince Phillip; Carriages alongside royal platform; Queen Elizabeth emerges with Prince Phillip, into carriages; Carriage carrying Queen and Mandela along mall; Queen and Mandela out of carriage and into Buckingham Palace; Mandela and Queen pause and smile at cameras; Guardsmen standing to attention; Mandela's daughter (in blue) standing alongside Phillip, the Queen and Mandela into palace; 10:12:17 30609 EF96/0574 POOL (Banquet held for Nelson Mandela at Buckingham Palace) London, 9 July 1996 - Wide shot dinner guests waiting in banqueting hall at their tables. Queen, Duke, Mandela and daughter arriving. Queen leading procession to banqueting table. Wide shot guests of honour and hosts seated. Mid shot of Queen and Mandela seated next to each other. SOUNDBITE: Queen Elizabeth The Second: "South Africa has an invaluable role to play in furthering our Commonwealth ideals. Mr President, South Africa has a special place in my heart, and in the hearts of the British people. Our two countries are bound together by history, by common interest and by ideals and aspirations." Wide shot audience in banqueting hall. Queen and Mandela raising and touching glasses for toast. Queen and Mandela seated as audience applauds. 10:13:37 30624 EF96/0574 POOL (Mandela attends tree planting ceremony in London) St. James' Park, London, UK - 10 July 1996 - Medium shot South African band, policeman dancing. Medium shot Mandela planting tree. SOUNDBITE: Mandela: "This is very symbolic because I now have something concrete which links me with Britain. I wish I had the means and resources to come here almost every week and water this tree." Mandela dancing with band. 10:14:19 30631 EF96/0575 POOL/APTN (Second day of Mandela's visit to London) London, UK - 10 July 1996 - Mandela with Labour leader Tony Blair. Mandela and Prime Minister John Major shaking hands at 10 Downing Street. Close shot handshake. Mandela and Major approaching press after lunch. SOUNDBITE: Mandela: "I don't think that it is proper, even at the present moment, that a robust country like South Africa should be led by a septuagenarian. I think we need a younger man with a drive who can put this country on a new footing. And we've many such men and women in the leadership of the ANC." 10:15:18 30701 EF96/0578 POOL (Nelson Mandela addresses UK Parliament) London - 11 July 1996 - Betty Boothroyd and Mandela coming down stairs of Westminster Hall. Close shot them holding hands. Wide shot stage. Side shot stage. Close shot Mandela, applause. Cutaway Margaret Thatcher. SOUNDBITE: Mandela: "Join hands to build on what we have achieved together and help construct a humane African world, whose emergence will say a new universal order is born in which we are each our brother's an sister's keeper." Wide shot audience applauding. Close shot Mandela nodding to audience. Wide shot audience. Medium shot Mandela walking from hall, shaking hands. 10:16:27 W061427 LC12/07/1996 POOL (Mandela meets cheering crowds in London) London - 12 July 1996 - MS Nelson Mandela dancing with women who are also singing. WS crowd cheering. MS Mandela waving at crowd. WS crowd making South African flag. Mandela with fists in air. CUTAWAY woman in crowd. SOT Mandela "It is literally the fulfilment of a dream that I have been able to visit this place." WS crowd clapping, people waving posters. WS Trafalgar Square and crowd. MS Mandela talking to boy and walking to talk to people in crowd. WS Mandela on balcony addressing crowd. SOT Mandela: "I am leaving this country full of strength and full of hope because there are men and women like you who will never fail us, I thank you very much." WS crowd cheering. MS Mandela waving hands to crowd. 10:17:46 W061952 LC12/07/1996 APTN (Mandela and Queen at Royal Albert Hall concert) London - 11 July 1996 - Ext Albert Hall. Nelson Mandela and Queen Elizabeth II in Albert Hall foyer. Queen and Mandela take their seats in the royal box. 10:18:19 30872 EF96/0587 FRENCH POOL (Nelson Mandela at Annual Bastille Day parade in Paris) Paris, 14 July 1996 - Aerial view of parade around Arc de Triomphe. Various shots of President Jacques Chirac greeting Mandela. 10:18:33 30926 EF96/0590 FRENCH POOL (Nelson Mandela visits the Sorbonne University and receives an honorary doctorate) Paris, 15 July 1996 - Officials entering hall. Mandela entering hall and waves. Cutaway audience. Mandela being presented with doctorate. Pan of hall and audience clapping. Wide of ceremony. Mandela showing doctorate badge. 10:19:24 31093 EF96/0599 APTN (Mandela celebrates his 78th birthday) Pretoria, 17 July 1996 - Wide exterior government buildings. SOUNDBITE: Mandela: "I am celebrating the birthday with two thousand disabled children in Pietermaritzburg. And it is always a sense of joy to have your birthday even if it means you are coming near sleeping for eternity." Cape Town, 17 July 1996 - Wide school children singing "Happy Birthday Mandela". SOUNDBITE: Sisulu: "Mr President, you have done very well. You are doing beyond your capacity now at your age. Please scale down." 10:20:13 31206 EF96/0605 APTN (Michael Jackson visits Mandela) Johannesburg, South Africa, 20 July 1996 - WS Presidential Palace. Walk up Mandela and Jackson. Jackson hugging Mandela, pull out. 10:20:50 32954 EF96/0704 APTN (Dalai Lama meets Nelson Mandela) Cape Town, South Africa - 22 & 21 August 1996 - Wideshot Tuynhuys gardens. Wideshot Dalai Lama and Mandela walking down steps. SOUNDBITE: (English) Nelson Mandela - South African President: "He comes to our country at a very critical moment when we are trying through this non-violence and peaceful transformation to create an environment in our country, where we can successfully address all the problems that face us. And I am sure his visit will contribute to the creation of that environment." Close-up cut-away bodyguards watching. SOUNDBITE: (English) Dalai Lama - Tibet's exiled spiritual leader: "So now today I'm very very happy, extremely happy to have this opportunity, meeting this person. There are millions of people who admire this person. So I'm one of them. Now today my dream fulfilled." Wideshot cut-away of press watching. Wideshot Mandela and Dalai Lama walking through gardens holding hands, they stop and face the camera. Close-up on Mandela and Dalai Lama's hands pulls out to Wideshot of Table Mountain in background 10:22:19 33515 EF96/0737 APTN (President Mandela's romance with Graca Machel) Somerset West, 29 January 1996 - Mid shot Mandela getting out of the car and hugs Archbishop Desmond Tutu then kisses Graca Machel. Mid shot Mandela, Machel and Tutu standing together, they move Machel into the middle. Pretoria 2 September 1996 - Close up sign reading "Office of the President" pulls out to wide shot. 10:22:37 39730 EF96/1037 APTN (President Mandela signs post-apartheid constitution) Sharpeville, Johannesburg, South Africa, December 10 1996 - Wide shot of stadium. Mandela on stage dancing. SOUNDBITE: (English) Cyril Ramaphosa, chairman of constitutional committee : ''May this moment be remembered as a milestone in the struggle for a free and just South Africa.'' Mandela signing the constitution. Wide shot of Cyril Ramaphosa and Mandela waving and holding up constitution. Cutaway to crowd. SOUNDBITE: Mandela: ''As we close a chapter of exclusion and a chapter of heroic struggle, we reaffirm our determination to build a society of which each of us can be proud -- as South Africans, as Africans and citizens of the world.'' 10:23:55 41604 EF97/0032 APTN (Nelson Mandela's shirts are a trademark of his presidency) Cape Town, South Africa, January 9, 1997 and File - FILE Mandela attending election rally (Durban, 24 June 96). FILE Mandela election campaign (Elsiesriver, Cape Town, 18 May 96). FILE Mandela meets Warren Christopher (Cape Town, 12 Sept. 96). FILE Mandela meets Henry Kissinger (Cape Town, 25 Sept. 96). Exterior Desre Buirski's shop (Cape Town, 8 Jan. 97). Wide interior shop Buirski selling shirts. SOUNDBITE: Desre Buirski, Mandela shirt designer: "What I love about it is that he now stands out as a different kind of human being and as a different kind of political. He doesn't look the same as the men in grey suits all around the world. So personally I love it and I think it makes him stand out as something incredible unique and that is exactly what he is." FILE Mandela election campaign (Claremont, Durban, 6 July 96). FILE Mandela meets Michael Jackson (Pretoria, 20 July 96). FILE Mandela after meeting Savimbi (Umtata, 8 Jan. 97). 10:25:38 45173 EF97/0181 APTN (Mandela visits the Philippines) Manila, Philippines, 1 March 1997 - Wide shot of Nelson Mandela standing next to Fidel Ramos. Graca Machel (wearing glasses) with South African Ambassador to Malaysia, Maite Mohale. Medium of Graca Machel then zoom out as President Mandela signs palace guest book. Medium of Mandela. Graca Machel standing beside Mandela. Reporter asking question about a possible marriage. SOUNDBITE: (English) President Nelson Mandela: "(laughs) Well, my cultural background does not permit me to discuss this question with people young enough to be my children or grandchildren." 10:26:36 45877 EF97/0210 APTN (Microsoft boss Bill Gates visits Nelson Mandela) Cape Town, South Africa, 11.3.97 - Wide exterior Mandela's official residence. Mid shot Mandela and Bill Gates walking outside. SOUNDBITE: President Nelson Mandela on computers :"Well as you know I am a country boy. But I do like progress although I don't understand these things properly, but nevertheless I am aware that there is a generation gap and that therefore I have to try and follow what younger people do." 10:27:17 60274 EF97/0709 APTN (Nelson Mandela auctions some personal belongings - money raised to go to the Liberation Archive) Durban, South Africa - 22nd August 1997 - Mandela entering auction hall. Cutaway audience. Sign reading "Items For Auction" Close-up words "Nelson Mandela" shot pans right to words in Mandela's handwriting on rugby shirt reading: "Thank you for your wonderful support" his signature and the date: 21.8.97. Rugby jersey in frame. FILE of Mandela greeting South African rugby team at World cup finals. Painting of Mandela. Drawing of Mandela. Picture of Mandela. Sword in frame being held up. SOUNDBITE: (English) Nelson Mandela, South African President: "What we do to restore our true history makes a contribution to the rebuilding of our nation and therefore to the rebirth of our continent. Central to this revival is the reclamation of the vast resources of the people of Africa." Frene Ginwala, the Speaker of the Parliament clapping. SOUNDBITE: (English) Nelson Mandela, South African President: "I would like to avoid the embarrassment of receiving a gift which I'll not be able to use. Therefore it is my pleasure to donate it to the Archive." Auctioneer selling phone. Mobile phone. Mandela standing talking to Jacob Zuma, the head of the African National Congress in the province of KwaZulu-Natal. 10:29:34 W103862 LC26/08/1997 APTN (De Klerk announces resignation) Cape Town, 26 August 1997 - SOT F.W. De Klerk, retiring National Party leader: "I have decided that the time has come for me to retire from active party politics." Pretoria, 26 August 1997 - SOT Nelson Mandela, South African president: "Whatever mistakes he may have made - and it is possible that he has made very fundamental mistakes, as many of us have done - I hope that South Africa will not forget the role that he has played." 10:29:56 W104602 LC12/09/1997 APTN (Tribute to Steve Biko) East London, 12 September 1997 - WS crowds in streets; pan across crowds; SOT Nelson Mandela sot at podium: "Poverty, Ignorance, disease.. One of the greatest legacies of the struggle and for him to die was the explosion of pride among the victims of apartheid. The value that black consciousness placed on culture... in our prisons and across the communities in exile."; Ms crowds chanting as statue is unveiled; CU statue; King Williamstown 12 September 1997 - MS Mandela laying wreath on grave of Biko 10:31:07 62615 EF97/0806 POOL (Nelson Mandela visits Robben Island, now a national heritage site) Robben Island, Cape Town, South Africa - 24 September, 1997 - Wide shot prison hall. Various music played by band, musicians. SOUNDBITE: (English) President Nelson Mandela, South African President: "Robben Island is a vital part of South Africa's collective heritage. Siqithini, the island - a place of pain and punishment for centuries and now of triumph, presents us with a richer challenge of heritage. Its future has been the subject of intense and wide ranging debate." 10:31:38 W106452 LC29/10/1997 APTN (Mandela bestows award on Gaddafi) Zuwarah, Libya 29 October 1997 - Interior stadium, crowd; Mandela and Gaddafi walk on stage; SOT Nelson Mandela, South African President in English: "Training should take place with great speed, this means that leaders however firm their position is, must be careful with their language, must be moderate and the intention must be to bring leaders, even though they are debating serious issues which they hold a firm position - together, working to reduce tension"; Mandela bestowing medal upon Gaddafi (the order of good hope). Mandela and Gaddafi smiling and shaking hands; 10:33:02 63520 EF97/0920 POOL (Mandela meets Prince Charles and the Spice Girls) Pretoria, South Africa. 1 November 1997 - Prince Charles getting out of car shaking hands with Mandela and his companion, Graca Machel. Mandela, Prince Charles and Spice Girls all standing outside. Various Charles and members of Spice Girls and Mandela flanked by Spice Girls. Various of Mandela and Spice girls. SOUNDBITE: Nelson Mandela, South African President and Spice Girls: President Mandela: "Well." The Spice Girls: "Watch it, you stood next to me." President Mandela: "Well, these are my heroines." The Spice Girls: "And he is our hero as well." President Mandela: "I don't want to be emotional but this is one of the greatest moments of my life." SOUNDBITE: His Royal Highness Prince Charles, Prince of Wales: "And it is the second greatest moment in my life.. the first was when I met them the first time.." SOUNDBITE: Nelson Mandela, South African President and the Spice Girls: The Spice Girls: "And the Spice Girls can't believe they're meeting two very important people." "I think there's a classic speech that Nelson Mandela did and I can't remember exactly but you mentioned about never suppress yourself, never make yourself feel small for others insecurities and that's what Girl Power's all about so I think we're on the same level on that view." President Mandela: "Well you must realize of course that they are talking about an old man". The Spice Girls: "Hey, it's how you feel inside. You're not old." Various Mandela, Charles, Spice Girls, Billy Ocean. 10:34:51 68586 EF97/1056 APTN (President Mandela at final conference as ANC leader) Mafikeng, South Africa - December 16 1997 - South African President Nelson Mandela arriving. Wide shot of conference. Thabo Mbeki arriving on stage. Mandela arriving on stage. Nelson Mandela waving. Nelson Mandela sits down. 10:36:12 68593 EF97/1056 APTN (ANC Conference) Mafikeng, South Africa - 16 December, 1997 - Wide shot of inside conference hall. Various Mandela dancing on stage. Cutaway of audience dancing. Mandela being excused from stage and walking along stage to seat. 10:37:19 W110875 LC06/02/1998 POOL (Mandela's state of the nation address) Cape Town 6 February 1998 - WS Table Mountain and ceremony. MS Nelson Mandela arrives for ceremony. WS military band. MS Mandela with hand-on-heart. MS firing gun salute. WS parliament interior. WS parliament applauds as Mandela leaves. 10:37:51 72336 EF98/0121 POOL Mandela and Graca Machel waving to well wishers while travelling on a charity trip on the recently-restored Blue Train. 10:37:59 72759 EF98/0138 APTN (President Mandela meets supermodels) Cape Town, South Africa, 13 February 1998 - Wideshot exterior Mandela's house Wideshot Mandela and models and Farrow with children on the stairs Mid-shot Mandela being introduced to models Close-up Mandela hugs Kate Moss Mid-shot Mandela holding a Versace shirt SOUNDBITE: (English) Nelson Mandela, President of South Africa: "She is one of that generation that has chosen the world as a theatre for her operation and I'm very happy indeed that we should have a young person like herself to devote herself to make this worthy cause a success it has become. I really love you." Mandela hugs crying Naomi Campbell Close-up Mandela and Campbell shake hands and shot pulls out to wide of him with other models 10:38:49 W000222 LC26/03/1998 US POOL (President Bill Clinton addresses South African parliament) Cape Town 26 March 1998 - ms Clintons exit car and walk towards South African President, Nelson Mandela; Hillary kisses Mandela; ms Clintons speaking to Mandela; Clinton and Mandela take stage for gun salute. 10:39:16 75726 EF98/0260 POOL (Clinton in South Africa) Robben Island, South Africa - 27 March 1998 - Shot from moving car arriving at Robben Island prison. Clinton, Mandela, Machel and Mrs Clinton come out into courtyard. Clinton and Mandela walk arm and arm into prison. Inside prison hallway - Clinton and Mandela walking, Clinton, Mandela and group go inside cell. Mandela and Clinton inside cell where he was held as political prisoner during apartheid. Wider shot of Mandela and Clinton talking inside cell. 10:40:04 81556 EF98/0494 APTN (Mandela in London) London, Britain - 12 June 1998 - Mandela walking on stage. Young boy. SOUNDBITE (English) Nelson Mandela South African President: "Little did we know that some of our people - some of whom suffered in exile, underground, languished in jail - have themselves become corrupt. It is one of the greatest challenges that is facing us: to fight the freedom fighters who having helped to win liberation have now put their claws deep into public resources, using them for their personal purposes." 10:41:01 81848 EF98/0504 POOL (Mandela meets EU leaders in Cardiff) Cardiff, Wales - 16 June 1998 - Wide shot of Cardiff City Hall. Mid shot of Mandela with EU leaders and embracing French President Jacques Chirac. Mid shot of EU leaders and Mandela preparing for group photo. Mid shot and pan of Mandela with Blair, Chirac and German Chancellor Helmut Kohl. Wide shot of EU leaders and Mandela group photo. 10:41:35 84250 EF98/0594 APTN (Mandela kicks off 80th birthday celebrations) Kruger National Park, Skukuza South Africa 16 July 1998 - Mid-shot President Mandela surrounded by children, media, security. President walking towards the stage. Close-up little girl. Mid-shot Mandela and little girl seated at laptop. Mandela's finger on mouse, little girl shows him how. Mid-shot press. SOUNDBITE: (English) President Nelson Mandela : "Nevertheless the important thing is that we have achieved a near miracle and that is what this tribute means - not merely for an individual but for the country as a whole." Mid-shot Mandela picking up little girl and kissing her. Wide-shot crowd walking towards stage, tilts to include stage. Close-up (very short) of candles on birthday cake. Mandela and friend cuts the cake. Mandela dancing with kids. 10:43:09 84368 EF98/0601 APTN (Mandela marries Graca Machel) Johannesburg, South Africa - 18 July 1998 - Nelson and Graca with former prison mate of Mandela, Ahmed Kathrada walking into house. Guests in the house, shot pulls in as woman kisses him and wishes him Happy Birthday. Bodyguard walks with Mandela through a doorway. Nelson and Graca (with Nelson's Secretary) walk down stairs, shot pulls in as Nelson kisses woman in wheelchair. Nelson and Graca in dining room as guests sing a praise song to him. Graca praying. Mandela's youngest daughter (by Winnie) with her baby and husband Zweli Hlongwane. Zweli greeting Graca and Nelson. Nelson, Princess Zenani Dlamini, his eldest daughter (by Winnie) and Graca lift their glasses in a toast. Nelson's grandson, Mandla (from a daughter from his first marriage to Evelyn) walks behind him, puts a birthday card over his eyes and sings Happy Birthday, people laugh and Nelson shakes his hand. Nelson kisses a great granddaughter who cries and he passes her to Graca. Birthday cake, shot pulls up to Nelson and grandchildren and great-grandchildren singing "And So Say All of Us", guests cheer and applaud. Wide shot through doorway Nelson and Graca breaking the news of the impending marriage to his children. Wide shot people crowd around his car Nelson dancing as people sing. 10:44:52 W005210 LC18/07/1998 APTN (Mandela marries Graca Machel) Pretoria 18 July 1998 - Exterior of South African President Nelson Mandela's residence; Mandela and Graca Machel entering room and being congratulated; Wedded couple leaving room surrounded by relatives singing and throwing flowers; Mandela and Graca by car; SOT (English) Mandela's son, Makgato: "I'd like to say thank you to him for being a wonderful father to all of us, bringing us up and looking after us so well"; Mandela and Graca walking off; CU of birthday cake. 10:46:19 W005191 LC18/07/1998 APTN (Mandela marries Graca Machel) Pretoria 18 July 1998 - MS/NATSOT Graca Machel tousling Mandela's hair and saying: "You are the baby today"; CA photographers; WS crowd around Mandela and Graca Machel on porch; CU/MS Mandela with arm around her; they turn and walk back inside. 10:46:34 84443 EF98/0603 APTN (Graca Machel interview) Maputo, Mozambique; recent - Various shots of Graca Machel during photo shoot at her home. Portrait of Samora Machel on wall. Set up shot of her with interviewer. SOUNDBITE: (English) Graca Machel, wife of Nelson Mandela: "You know, this is a very mature relationship, very much mature probably than the relationship I had with Samora (her dead husband) and as I would never ask Madiba (Nelson Mandela), I would never question his love for Winnie (Madikizela-Mandela, his second wife), I would never question his love for Winnie, he never questions my love for Samora. But we are fine." SOUNDBITE: (English) Graca Machel, wife of Nelson Mandela: "A head of state can be very lonely and it is good for Madiba, as I have told you some time ago, I have a shoulder to lean on, it is good for him to have a shoulder to lean on, you may think he doesn't need it but he does. Because ultimately he is a human being." Side shot. SOUNDBITE: (English) Graca Machel, wife of Nelson Mandela: "At the end of the day he wants to lean on somebody and to feel that he is loved, someone that he really trusts, you see so it's good for him, in other terms it is good for both of us." 10:48:27 84470 EF98/0605 APTN (President Nelson Mandela and his new wife Graca Machel made their first public appearance as a married couple at a banquet to honour his 80th birthday) Johannesburg, South Africa - 19 July 1998 - Mid shot of Nelson Mandela and Graca Machel holding hands and dancing. Pan from Mandela to Graca Machel dancing. Close up of Graca Machel. Back shot of Mandela, his grandson, Graca Machel and the Birthday cake. Wide shot of children in traditional costume. Stevie Wonder greeting Mandela. Michael Jackson arrives. Mid shot of Michael Jackson hugging Mandela and Graca Machel. Mid shot of Mandela and Graca Machel talking and clapping. Side shot of Mandela and Graca Machel walking and singing. 10:49:48 85969 EF98/0673 APTN (President Nelson Mandela awarded the Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat South Africa's highest honour for foreigners at a ceremony in Cape Town) Cape Town, August 11 1998 - Mandela and Arafat coming out to observe guard of honour. Close up of Arafat saluting. Mandela awarding Order of Good Hope to Arafat and shaking hands. Pan from right to left of Mandela, Arafat and delegates. Arafat awarding Mandela with Star of Jerusalem, kissing on cheeks. 10:50:39 89404 EF98/0795 APTN (Mandela in New York) New York City, USA - September 20, 1998 - Nelson Mandela and Graca Machel enter with entourage. UPSOUND: Boys Choir of Harlem singing. Musicians playing. Back shot of Mandela and Graca Machel cheering. Wide shot of Boys Choir of Harlem and audience. SOUNDBITE: (English) Nelson Mandela, South African President: "It was the religious institutions that gave us strength and the hope that we will come back and join our people and be part of the struggle to defeat white supremacy." Cutaway of audience. SOUNDBITE: (English) Nelson Mandela, South African President: "The healing of society means above all working together to improve the lives of especially the poor. If we take pride in the democracy we are creating, it is because it is not merely the hollow form of political freedom. Steadily, but surely, the lives of literally millions of our people are changing for the better, as they gain access to the simple and basic necessities of a decent life that were previously denied them." 10:52:14 89441 EF98/0797 UNTV (Mandela at the UN - 53rd General Assembly session) United Nations, New York, USA - 21 September 1998 - Pan of interior of General Assembly. Mid shot of Kofi Annan's wife and Nelson Mandela's wife. SOUNDBITE: (English) Nelson Mandela, South African President: "I have reached the part of the long walk when the opportunity is granted, as it should be to all men and women, to retire to some rest and tranquillity in the village of my birth. As I sit in my village and grow as ancient as its hills, I will continue to entertain the hope that has emerged that cadre of leaders in my own country and region on my continent and in the world which will not allow that any should be denied their freedom as we were." Wide shot of Mandela at the podium. Various of delegation applauding. NOTE: MAY REQUIRE ADDITIONAL CLEARANCE!!! 10:53:26 89642 EF98/0804 US POOL (Mandela receives Congressional Gold Medal) 23 September 1998, Washington, D.C. - Newt Gingrich, Speaker of the US House of Representatives; Nelson Mandela, South African President; Bill Clinton US President at US Congressional event honouring Mandela. Mandela. SOUNDBITE: (English) Newt Gingrich, Speaker of the House: "We are privileged today to be in the presence of the father of multiracial democracy in Africa. And the leading example in the world today of the spirit of Washington and King. (Martin Luther King)" Side shot of Clinton speaking. SOUNDBITE: (English) Bill Clinton, US President: "For those of us who have been privileged to know this remarkable man, no medal no award no fortune, nothing we could give him could possibly compare to the gift he has given to us and to the world." Mandela and Clinton holding up medal. 10:54:34 114270 EF99/0339 POOL (Mandela's farewell speech to parliament) Johannesburg, South Africa - March 26 1999 - Wide shot Mandela arriving in Parliament. Wide shot Mandela walking down and members of Parliament clapping. Mid shot members of Parliament clapping. Wide shot Mandela walking to podium. Wide shot members of Parliament clapping. SOUNDBITE: (English) Nelson Mandela, President of South Africa: "To the extent that I have been able to take our country forward to this new era it is because I am the product of the people of the world who have cherished the vision of a better life for all people everywhere. They insisted, in a spirit of self-sacrifice, that that vision should be realized in South Africa too. They gave us hope because we knew by their solidarity that our ideas could not be silenced since they were the ideas of all humanity. I am the product of Africa and her long-cherished dream of a rebirth that can now be realized so that all of her children may play in the sun." Wide shot members of Parliament and guests. Mid shot from behind. Mandela overlooking members of Parliament. Mid shot members of Parliament clapping. SOUNDBITE: (English) Nelson Mandela, President of South Africa: "I will count myself as amongst the aged of our society, as one of the rural population, as one concerned for the children and youth of our country and as a citizen of the world committed, as long as I have strength to work for a better life for all people everywhere. And as I have always done, I will do what I can within the discipline of the broad movement for peace and democracy to which I belong." Wide shot members of Parliament, Pan parliament. SOUNDBITE: (English) Nelson Mandela, President of South Africa (partly overlaid): "To the extent that we have still to reconcile and heal our nation, to the extent that the consequences of apartheid still permeate our society and define the lives of millions of South Africans as lives of deprivation, those challenges are unchanged." Wide shot Mandela from behind. Mid shot members of Parliament listening to speech. Mid shot Mandela ending speech. Mid shot Mandela leaving podium. Mid shot Graca Machel clapping. Mid shot Mandela waving arms. Wide shot Mandela greeting people. 10:57:54 131476 EF99/0610 APTN (Elections) Johannesburg, South Africa - 2 June 1999 - Mandela places ballots in box, crowd applauds, Mandela kisses wife. 10:58:26 134014 EF99/0656 APTN (Libyan leader Moammar Qaddafi visit) Cape Town, South Africa - 13 June 1999 - The two men stand for national anthem. SOUNDBITE: (English) Nelson Mandela, Retiring South African President: "In many ways, our modest contribution in resolving the Lockerbie issue will remain a highlight of our presidency. No one can deny that the friendship and trust between South Africa and Libya played a significant part in arriving at this solution." Mandela and Qaddafi hand in hand. 10:58:49 134205 EF99/0658 APTN (South Africa's new National Assembly has chosen African National Congress leader Thabo Mbeki to be the country's next president) Cape Town, South Africa, June 14 1999 - Side shot of MPs clapping and singing. Wide shot of assembly. Close up of Thabo Mbeki. SOUNDBITE: (English) Constitutional Court chief Arthur Chaskalson: "I accordingly declare Thabo Mbeki duly elected as the President of the Republic of South Africa." Wide shot of assembly. Wide shot of assembly singing "Nelson Mandela". Mid shot retiring President Mandela. Close up Mandela. Wide shot of Mandela, Mbeki, Speaker of House. Photo opportunity: Mandela and wife Graca, Mbeki and wife. 10:59:53 136700 EF99/0701 APTN (Mandela on new stamp) Pretoria, 23 June 1999 - Wide shot graphic designer Thea Swanepoel working on computer. Midshot screen with Mandela design. Close-up screen showing Mandela design. Mid shot examples of first day cover. Johannesburg, 23 June 1999 - Mid shot photograph of Mandela wearing mantel. Wide shot designs and photo. Mid shot design in artist's hand. Soweto, 30 May 1999 - Midshot Mandela and Mbeki dancing at rally. 11:00:42 151465 EF99/0994 APTN (New book launched) Midrand, South Africa - 5 September 1999 - Mid shot of Mandela book on display. Close up shot of book cover. Mid shot of author Charlene Smith looking at book. Close up shot of Charlene Smith. Mid shot of books on table, shot pulls up to Mandela and Machel looking at the book. Mid shot of Mandela kissing Smith. 11:01:21 156794 EF99/1108 APTN (Child cancer sufferers meet Mandela) Johannesburg, South Africa, October 4, 1999 - Children walking up to and entering Mandela's private residence. Mid shot Nelson Mandela. Mid shot two children in group. 11:01:50 160123 EF99/1172 APTN (Nelson Mandela visits Shati refugee camp in Gaza Strip) Gaza - 20 October 1999 - Sign saying "Mandela, Welcome to Palestine". Arafat handing present to Mandela and shaking hands. SOUNDBITE: (English) Nelson Mandela, former President of South Africa: "Choose peace rather than confrontation. Except in cases where we cannot get, where we cannot proceed, or we cannot move forward. Then if the only alternative is violent, we will use violence." Arafat clapping. 11:02:29 174534 EF00/0167 APTN (10th anniversary of Mandela's release) Mveso, South Africa, February 11, 2000 - Various shots of dancers. Close-up of dancers' sticks. Wide shot of memorial. Close-up still photo Nelson Mandela, b&w. SOUNDBITE: (English) Ben Ngubane, Minister for Arts and Culture: "We're celebrating something that's absolutely invaluable in our history. An epoch, a phenomenon, where a man was born here through all kinds of tribulation to lead us to freedom." Nelson shaking hands. Various of foundations of building where Mandela was born. 11:03:10 182349A GS0019 APTN (The director of the United Nation's children's agency on Saturday joined former South African President Nelson Mandela and his wife to call on world leaders everywhere to help put and end to practices that risk the lives of children) Johannesburg, South Africa - 6 May, 2000 - Boy playing on drum. Mandela and Machel walk through cheering crowd. Various of children doing traditional dance. Cut away Mandela and Machel listening. SOUNDBITE: (English) former President Nelson Mandela: "There are those who have involved in armed conflict, not for the purpose of serving the welfare of the country but in order that those children should give up their lives for the personal enrichment of the heads of state in those countries. We have to be ruthless against leader of that nature." Wide shot Mandela and Machel dancing with group of children. Push in to tight shot young girl dancing. Close up Mandela smiling and clapping. 11:04:10 188410 EF00/0785 APTN (International AIDS conference) Durban, South Africa, 14 July 2000 - Mandela walks into conference hall. Cutaway delegates. SOUNDBITE (English): Nelson Mandela, Former South African President : "A tragedy of unprecedented proportion is unfolding in Africa. AIDS today in Africa is claiming more lives than the sum total of all wars famine and flood and the ravages of such deadly diseases as malaria. It is devastating families and community, overwhelming and depleting health care services and robbing schools of both students and teachers." 11:05:20 202496 EF00/1346 APTN (Former South African President Nelson Mandela was cheered by hundreds of school children as he lit a Christmas tree which has raised thousands of dollars for AIDS victims and other terminally ill people) Midrand, South Africa: 1 December, 2000 - Various of Mandela with children. Various of singing children holding candles. SOUNDBITE: (English) Nelson Mandela, Former South African President : "As we speak now there are thousands of people dying from AIDS this moment. But this war can be won. This is one war where you can make a difference." 11:05:53 202890 EF00/1384 APTN (Three South African Nobel Peace Prize winners, Nelson Mandela, F.W. De Klerk and Desmond Tutu have made impassioned pleas on behalf of AIDS victims at a church service in Johannesburg) Johannesburg, South Africa - December 6, 2000 - AIDS symbol made of flowers. Nelson Mandela framed in flowers. F. W. De Klerk. Wide of cathedral. SOUNDBITE: (English) Nelson Mandela, former South African president : "...but a question of love and support of AIDS sufferers. This is extremely important. And this is what is disappointing because South Africa is far behind countries like Uganda and Senegal." Children in cathedral. 11:06:38 302947 EF01/0374 POOL (Concert in London in honour of Nelson Mandela) London, England - April 29, 2001 - Pan from London skyline to crowds in Trafalgar Square. Pan down to stage. SOUNDBITE: (English) Tony Blair, British Prime Minister: "We've come here tonight to celebrate South Africa and the freedom from apartheid. We've come here to celebrate the new South Africa which is giving peace and prosperity to all its people. And we've come here to celebrate you. We've come here to celebrate Nelson Mandela." People cheering. Mandela smiling. People clapping. SOUNDBITE: (English) Nelson Mandela, Former South African President (with cutaways of crowd): "I'm a proud and happy person to be here with the British people, a British people who have travelled the road to freedom with us. Our long established ties with Britain, we must use it in order to create that future world where our children can live in peace and hopes. I thank you." Crowd. Blair clapping. Crowd. Mandela smiling. Crowd. Various Mandela waving to crowd. 11:08:19 303179 EF01/0376 APTN (Mandela on AIDS) London 1 May 2001 - Sot Mandela - on the culture of silence about Aids in South Africa: "According to our culture you don't talk about sex whatever you are going to say. If a child asks their mum where they come from the answer is a clap in the face. We have such prejudices. A young lady, her case received a great deal of publicity, who announced she had Aids... she was stoned to death. So you have this ignorance about aids." Cutaway. 11:09:02 305874 EF01/0441 APTN (Mandela criticizes US support of Israel) Johannesburg - June 1 2001 - SOUNDBITE: (English) Nelson Mandela, Former South African President: "But it is completely wrong that the United States must be the mediator in this conflict, because everybody knows the United States is a friend of Israel and however honest and strong the integrity of President Clinton which I accept without reservation. " 11:09:25 309973 EF01/0537 APTN (Mandela celebrates his 83rd birthday) Johannesburg - 18 July 2001 - Mid shot of Nelson Mandela and his wife Graca Machel coming out of office. UPSOUND pupils singing "Happy Birthday" to Mandela. SOUNDBITE ( English) Nelson Mandela, Former South African President: "Please give our love to other children and tell them we are proud of them and we are proud of you because you are the future leaders of this country. Thank you very much for having been here." SOUNDBITE (English) Vox Pop by school kid: "He's a kind man, and I love him so much I wish he was our president again." 11:10:17 310524 EF01/0549 APTN (Former South African President Nelson Mandela has been diagnosed with prostate cancer and has begun radiation therapy. ) Randburg, July 24, 2001 - Exteriors clinic where Mandela will be treated. Johannesburg, July 24, 2001 - Various newspaper posters reading: "Mandela Cancer Shock". Newspaper vendor holding newspaper reading: "Mandela has cancer". Soweto - July 21, 2001 - SOUNDBITE: (English) Nelson Mandela, Former South African President "We must not give them the impression that they are on the way out (referring to people with terminal diseases). Today it may be you, tomorrow it may be myself, and I have said when that day comes, and it may come sooner than you think, when I reach the next world, the first thing I'll do is to look for a branch of the African National Congress." Mandela singing "Twinkle Twinkle Little Star" with children. 11:11:21 345069 EF02/0613 APTN (Thousands celebrate Mandela's 84th birthday) Pietermaritzsburg- 20 July 2002 - Nelson Mandela arriving at stadium by open buggy with Eunice Kennedy-Shriver (founder of Special Olympics). Mandela being led thorough crowd past press. SOUNDBITE: (English) Nelson Mandela, former South African president: "Some of these children with disabilities get worst because of the way we and their parents treat them, because they don't treat them as human beings." Disabled boy sitting with Mandela and Kennedy-Shriver. Children helping Mandela blow out 84 candles on giant birthday cake. Various Mandela and officials holding doves ad releasing them in the air. 11:12:30 348865 EF02/0741 APTN (Mandela strongly criticizes Bush administration) Johannesburg - 2 Aug 2002 - Set up Nelson Mandela, outside his Johannesburg home. SOUNDBITE: (English) Nelson Mandela, Former South African President: "We are really appalled by any country, whether it is a superpower or a small country, that goes outside the United Nations and attacks independent countries. Because the message they are sending is that if you are afraid of the veto in the Security Council then you are entitled to act on your own and ignore the Security Council. What they are saying is that. They are introducing chaos in international affairs and we condemn that in the strongest terms, no country must be allowed to take the law into their own hands". 11:13:38 357740 EF02/1041 APTN (Former South African presidents Nelson Mandela and F.W. De Klerk were honoured for their contributions to the ridding the country of the apartheid regime) Pretoria - 10 Dec 2002 - Wide shot of inside of ceremonial hall. Musician Hugh Masakela playing. Audience dancing. De Klerk and Mandela dancing. Former South African president Nelson Mandela receives his award. 11:14:44 361949 EF03/0092 APTN (Mandela criticizes Bush and Blair on Iraq) Johannesburg - 30 Jan 2003 - Sign reading "International Women's Forum" (IWFSA). Nelson Mandela waving to audience as he comes on stage with wife Graca Machel (Mandela's left). Cutaway audience. Mandela at podium. SOUNDBITE: (English) Nelson Mandela, Former South African President: "Both Bush as well as Tony Blair are undermining an idea which was sponsored by their predecessors. They do not care. Is it because the Secretary General of the United Nations is now a black man?" SOUNDBITE: (English) Nelson Mandela, Former South African President: "What I'm condemning is that one power with a president who has no foresight, who cannot think properly, is now wanting to plunge the world into a holocaust." Cutaway woman listening. SOUNDBITE: (English) Nelson Mandela, Former South African President: "If there is a country that has committed unspeakable atrocities in the world - it is the United States of America. They don't care." Mandela hugs women on stage. Women clapping. SOUNDBITE: (English) Nelson Mandela, Former South African President: "All that he (Bush) wants is Iraqi oil. That is all. Because Iraq produces 64 per cent of the oil in the world. What Bush is wants is to get hold of that oil." Woman listening. Mandela and women dancing on stage. 11:17:02 362748 EF03/0119 APTN (Mandela's paintings of Robben Island displayed) Robben Island - 7 Feb 2003 - Interior corridor of prison. Various of Mandela's paintings of Robben Island. Wide shot auctioneer at auction of Mandela's paintings, pan across to audience (UPSOUND: (English) Auctioneer accepting bids for the painting, saying Mr Mandela will personally sign paintings after purchase) 11:18:13 374570 EF03/0448 APTN (Memorial service for Walter Sisulu) Johannesburg - May 15, 2003 - Nelson Mandela arrives in hall. Wide of podium with VIPs. Mandela holding up fist in solidarity salute during national anthem. Crowd during national anthem. Framed photograph of Walter Sisulu. 11:18:40 375106 EF03/0466 APTN (Beckham and England football team meet Nelson Mandela) Johannesburg, 21 May 2003 - Wide shot of Mandela shaking hands with England Football Captain David Beckham. Close up of Mandela's face during handshakes. Wide of Mandela shaking hands with other England football players. SOUNDBITE (English) David Beckham, England Football Captain: "So we brought a shirt down which as you can see has your name on the back." Beckham gives Mandela shirt. Close up "Mandela" written on back of shirt. 11:19:34 380445 EF03/0650 APTN (Celebrations to mark Nelson Mandela's 85th birthday kicked with a book launch at the Mandela Foundation in Johannesburg, where he was presented with a book of tributes by leaders from around the world) Johannesburg, 17 July 2003 - Two shots new Mandela book "From Freedom To The Future". Nelson Mandela and his wife Graca Machel arriving at book launch at Nelson Mandela Foundation to applause. Mandela poses with Archbishop Desmond Tutu and Ahmed Kathrada, imprisoned on Robben Island with Mandela and friends. Close up Mandela book being held by Kathrada. Wide shot Mandela and friends. 11:20:08 380545 EF03/0653 APTN (Nelson Mandela's lengthy 85th birthday celebrations continued with a party featuring children from the Nelson Mandela Foundation and a giant birthday cake) Houghton, 18 July 2003 - Close up of waiter looking after cake. Nelson Mandela and his wife Graca Machel come out of house to listen to band. Mid shot of band playing. Wide shot of Mandela with media. Mandela receives book of tributes from world leaders. Close up of Mandela and his wife holding hands. Close up of Mandela. Mid shot of Mandela and wife. Mandela kissing child from his foundation. Mandela cutting birthday cake. 11:21:36 380642 EF03/0655 APTN (Nelson Mandela with former president Clinton) Johannesburg - 19 July 2003 - Wide of stage with former US President Bill Clinton and his wife Hilary, Mandela and his wife Graca Machel. SOUNDBITE: (English) Former US President Bill Clinton: "In my lifetime only two people have made that personal journey as the leaders of their nations in the rough and tumble world of politics. Mahatma Gandhi and his worthy successor, Nelson Mandela." Audience clapping. Clinton and Mandela hugging, Graca and Hilary clapping, pulls out to wide. 11:22:21 411826 EF04/0287 APTN (Exhibition of work painted by Nelson Mandela in prison) New York - 9 March 2004 - Wide pan across gallery. Medium zoom into photograph of former South African President and apartheid era prisoner Nelson Mandela looking out window in his cell. Medium shot, Mandela lithograph of window in his cell. Wide shot, two Mandela works of art using his handprints. Zoom into print: "Hand of Africa" (an imprint of Mandela's right hand which in the centre forms the shape of the African continent). Medium pan across lithograph, then text explaining the motivation, then photograph. 11:23:14 411964 EF04/0292 APTN (Hollywood actress Charlize Theron meets Mandela) Johannesburg - 11 Mar 2004 - Nelson Mandela and Charlize Theron enter arm in arm. SOUNDBITE (English) Charlize Theron, Actress/Nelson Mandela, South African President: Theron: "I love you so much." Mandela: "I love you too you know, thank you, thank you very much." Theron: "You're such an inspiration, to all human beings, not just South Africans but to the rest of the world. It's always so lovely to see you." Mandela: "Thank you very much." Photographer. Close up tearful Theron. 11:23:54 418871 EF04/0574 APTN (Mandela appeals for end to hectic public appearances) Johannesburg - 1 June 2004 - News conference. SOUNDBITE: (English) Nelson Mandela, Former South African President: "What I have come to do here this morning is to make an appeal, more than an announcement. I'm turning 86 in a few weeks' time and that is a longer life than most people are granted. I have the added blessing of being in very good health, at least according to my doctors. I am confident that nobody present here today will accuse me of selfishness if I asked to spend time while I'm still in good health with my family, my friends and also with myself." Media. SOUNDBITE: (English) Nelson Mandela, Former South African President: "When I told one of my advisors a few month ago that I wanted to retire, he growled at me. 'Goat, you are retired.' If that really is the case then I should say I now announce that I am retiring from retirement." 11:25:29 438542 EF05/0021 APTN (Mandela on death of eldest son from AIDS) Johannesburg - 6 Jan 2005 - Nelson Mandela arrives. Cutaway press. SOUNDBITE (English) Nelson Mandela, former president: "I had no idea when I started this campaign three years ago that it will also affect a member of my family, I was stating a general principle that we must not hide the cause the death of our families because that is the only way we can make people understand that HIV is an ordinary disease, that's why we called you here today to announce that my son has died of AIDS. Thank you." SOUNDBITE (English) Nelson Mandela, former president: "It gives a very bad reflection indeed to the members of the family that they themselves should come out and say bravely that a member of my family has died of AIDS, that's why we took the initiative to say that a member of my family has died, in this particular case, my son." 11:26:48 439402 EF05/0051 APTN (Former president attends funeral of son who died from Aids) Qunu - 15 Jan 2005 - Former South African President Nelson Mandela and wife Graca Machel getting out of car. Funeral ceremony with photograph of Makgatho Mandela. Close-up of photograph. Winnie Mandela, Nelson Mandela's former wife. Various of Mandela and Graca Machel outside laying wreath. ENDS 11:27:34