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The World Celebrates Nelson Mandela on #MandelaDay



TROMSO, NORWAY – JUNE 11: (UK TABLOID NEWSPAPERS OUT) Nelson Mandela attends a photocall ahead of tonight’s “46664 Arctic” concert, at the Rica Hotel on June 11, 2005 in Tromso, Norway. The fourth concert aims to raise awareness of and funds for the global HIV/AIDS pandemic, as well as funds for South Africa with proceeds going to the Nelson Mandela Foundation. Produced by Robbie Williams, it follows 3 previous concerts held in Cape Town, George and Madrid, and Mandela is expected to make a personal plea to leaders of the G8 summit in his address. (Photo by Dave Hogan/Getty Images)

Nelson Mandela, South Africa’s first black head of state, a freedom fighter who years after his death continues to inspire the world with a life well lived, is being honoured today, July 18, the Nelson Mandela International Day.

The anti-apartheid revolutionary is being celebrated in South Africa and throughout the world for choosing beach and love and justice when it mattered.

Mandela, who was born today in 1918, urged us all to step up and contribute our quota to humanity, leaving the world better than we left it. His words of wisdom and his extraordinary courage and integrity continue to act as permission to millions who wish to make enduring change. And, today, his legacy is being remembered and honoured.

Check out what people have to say about the great Madiba.

Happy Mandela Day, guys!

Photo Credit: Dave Hogan/Getty Images


  1. Easyshopen

    July 18, 2019 at 9:30 pm

    Rest on Nelson

  2. Emmanuel

    July 18, 2019 at 11:57 pm

    Mandela is a WORLD icon. He deserved to immortalized. Good


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