To respond to the increased levels of food insecurity, the Nelson Mandela Foundation, Imbumba Foundation and Kolisi Foundation have partnered on an initiative called #Each1Feed1. The name of the initiative is inspired by the old Congress of South African Students (COSAS) mantra “Each one, teach one” and is adopted in honour of OR Tambo.
From this partnership, the initiative has distributed food parcels in Makhado (Limpopo), East London, Port Elizabeth, Makhanda and Zwide (Eastern Cape), Zandspruit, Orange Farm and Sedibeng (Gauteng), Durban (KwaZulu-Natal) as well as Thaba Nchu (Free State). The initiative has also started on a project to provide boreholes to address the water shortage the communities are facing.
On Saturday, the 9th of May, the partnership will be distributing food in the birthplace of Nelson Mandela, Mvezo, as well as in Qunu, his hometown.
Venues and times: Dalindyebo Local Municipality
Nelson Mandela Qunu Farm
Qunu & Mvezo Village
We will be accompanied by ambassadors of the initiative who have helped us raise funds and awareness of the campaign. Our ambassadors include:
- Siya Kolisi (Springboks captain)
- Richard Mabaso (CEO, Imbumba Foundation)
- Catherine Constantinides (Social justice activist)
- Maps Maponyane (TV personality & Entrepreneur)
- Mo G (Radio presenter)
- Greg Maloka (MD, Kaya FM)
- Kaizer Motaung Jr (Former soccer player)
For media enquiries, please contact Luzuko Koti at LuzukoK@NelsonMandela.org or at +27 (0)82 994 0349.