Cape Town. 18.07.14. Mandisi Bangelo from the Western Cape Albinism support group was among the activists, refugees and former politrical prisoners who spent their 67 minutes on Mandela Day visiting the Robben Island Museum and paying tributes to the late world icon for freedom.Picture Ian Landsberg
Cape Town. 18.07.14. Mandisi Bangelo from the Western Cape Albinism support group was among the activists, refugees and former politrical prisoners who spent their 67 minutes on Mandela Day visiting the Robben Island Museum and paying tributes to the late world icon for freedom.Picture Ian Landsberg
Cape Town. 18.07.14. A group of activists, refugees and former political prisoners spent their 67 minutes for Mandela Day visiting the Robben Island Museum and paying tributes to the late world icon for freedom. Picture Ian Landsberg
Cape Town. 18.07.14. A group of activists, refugees and former political prisoners spent their 67 minutes for Mandela Day visiting the Robben Island Museum and paying tributes to the late world icon for freedom. Picture Ian Landsberg
Cape Town. 18.07.14. A group of activists, refugees and former political prisoners spent their 67 minutes for Mandela Day visiting the Robben Island Museum and paying tributes to the late world icon for freedom. Picture Ian Landsberg
Cape Town. 18.07.14. A group of activists, refugees and former political prisoners spent their 67 minutes for Mandela Day visiting the Robben Island Museum and paying tributes to the late world icon for freedom. Picture Ian Landsberg
Cape Town. 18.07.14. Vuyiswa Kama and Mandisi Bangelo from the Western Cape Albinism support group were among the activists, refugees and former politrical prisoners who spent their 67 minutes on Mandela Day visiting the Robben Island Museum and paying tributes to the late world icon for freedom.Picture Ian Landsberg
Cape Town. 18.07.14. Vuyiswa Kama and Mandisi Bangelo from the Western Cape Albinism support group were among the activists, refugees and former politrical prisoners who spent their 67 minutes on Mandela Day visiting the Robben Island Museum and paying tributes to the late world icon for freedom.Picture Ian Landsberg
Cape Town. 18.07.14. A group of activists, refugees and former political prisoners spent their 67 minutes for Mandela Day visiting the Robben Island Museum and paying tributes to the late world icon for freedom. Picture Ian Landsberg
Cape Town. 18.07.14. A group of activists, refugees and former political prisoners spent their 67 minutes for Mandela Day visiting the Robben Island Museum and paying tributes to the late world icon for freedom. Picture Ian Landsberg
Cape Town. 18.07.14. Shirley Gunn leads the discussion about Mandela's legacy with the  group of the activists, refugees and former politrical prisoners who spent their 67 minutes on Mandela Day visiting the Robben Island Museum and paying tributes to the late world icon for freedom. Picture Ian Landsberg
Cape Town. 18.07.14. Shirley Gunn leads the discussion about Mandela's legacy with the group of the activists, refugees and former politrical prisoners who spent their 67 minutes on Mandela Day visiting the Robben Island Museum and paying tributes to the late world icon for freedom. Picture Ian Landsberg
Cape Town. 18.07.14. A group of activists, refugees and former political prisoners spent their 67 minutes for Mandela Day visiting the Robben Island Museum and paying tributes to the late world icon for freedom. Picture Ian Landsberg
Cape Town. 18.07.14. A group of activists, refugees and former political prisoners spent their 67 minutes for Mandela Day visiting the Robben Island Museum and paying tributes to the late world icon for freedom. Picture Ian Landsberg

Mandela is everywhere: in the black man and white woman walking hand-in-hand without fear of being pounced on by Special Branch. Mandela lives on in the rights we enjoy.

People talk about the triumph of the human spirit, about celebrating our humanity, doing good deeds every day, and bridging seemingly insurmountable gaps. Someone spoke about doing brave things - not necessarily Mandela-sized brave things, but having courage. Another person talked about the power of healing and treating people with dignity.

We can also honour Mandela's legacy by remembering; by sharing our stories, and hearing other people's stories. A story shared is a story remembered. We've got to remember before it slips away.