LSE Arts public exhibition
Date: Monday 1 - Friday 26 September 2014
Time: 10am- 8pm, Mon-Fri (Please note this exhibition will close to the public at the earlier time of 6pm on Thursday 18 and Monday 22 September)
Venue: Atrium Gallery, Old Building
This exhibition brings together photographs, documents and artefacts illustrating the unique story of South Africa's journey into democracy — President Mandela's "cherished ideal".
It marks the twentieth year of the new country and the fiftieth year since Mandela and his co-accused were sentenced to life imprisonment at the Rivonia Trial. For further details on the exhibition please visit: South Africa’s Democracy — Mandela’s "Cherished Ideal"
This exhibition is presented by the University of Cape Town, Witwatersrand and Fort Hare and supported by the South African High Commission.
Moeletsi Mbeki, South African author and businessman, and deputy chair of the South African Institute of International Affairs, will give an associated lecture on Tuesday 23 September. For more information please see South Africa’s Democracy — Mandela’s "Cherished Ideal"
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