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Good deeds on Mandela Day - PICS

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In honour of Mandela Day, Naartjie Kids charity initiative, the Naartjie Love Foundation, visited Goedgedacht Farm in the Riebeek Kasteel valley to hand over the 21500 childrens garments collected through their stores over the past eight weeks. Picture: SuppliedNaartjie Kids hand over the 21500 kiddies clothes that they collected through their stores nationwide to the kids of the Goedgedacht Trust in the Riebeek Kasteel valley. Picture: Supplied16/07/2014. Serial record breaker, Andre van Zijl has cycled 6011km for charity and Madiba, he seeks to reach 6700km by Mandela day.To some degree, its less about Mandelas memory, but more about us appropriating his symbolism for our own interests, says the writer. Picture:Thomas MukoyaCape Town-140718-Morningstar residents receive food and clothing parcels as part of Mandela Day.  The Morningstar Development and Uplitment Initiative, together with the Dept of Correctional Service, Goodwood, have been active in the area, repairing homes and providing for the needs of the community. (from left) Elizabeth Sampson (61) and Mona Mentoor (70) chat to Godwood Area Commissioner Moliehi Sebotsa and Zane Williams, chair of the Initiative. Picture Jeffrey Abrahams. Reporter Kyle and Josh.Cape Town - 140716 - Pictured is Bonginkosi Madikizela receiving a brick from CPUT paramedic student, Amy Tomé. In recognition of Nelson Mandela’s legacy, the City of Cape Town, in conjunction with Habitat for Humanity and Power Construction, will embark on a drive to build 67 houses in one week as part of the countdown to Nelson Mandela International Day on 18 July 2014. Picture: David Ritchie (083 652 4951)Children from The Mercury Hibberdene Childrens Home raise their hands to celebrate Madibas legacy. SAB Miller started early and spoilt the children from the home with a meal from KFC and a R25 000 cheque for the home. Picture: Sibonelo Ngcobo/The MercuryCape Town Mayor Patricia de Lille enjoying a tea time chat with a residents at a retirement village. Photo: @PatriciaDeLilleANC staff members getting ready to clean Joubert Park in Johannesburg. Photo: @MyANCGraca Machel packing food with staff at Stop Hunger Now's Mandela Day initiative. Photo: @NelsonMandelaStaff from @iol and @TheStar_news planting vegetables in Sauer Street. The vegetables will be donated to the Usindiso Shelter.   Photo: @alastairotterGra�a Machel and volunteers during their bid to package a million meals with Stop Hunger Now SA on Mandela Day. Picture: SuppliedArchbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu arrives with a trolley filled with donated toys for the Masande Educare Centre in Khayelitsha. Photo: @CapeTownTourismStaff from Bridge Loans in Springs put smiles on the faces of the children of the C.H.A.N.C.E Children's Home and Nurturing Centre in Dunotter with gifts of chips, sweets and balloons. Picture: SuppliedStaff from Bridge Loans in Springs put smiles on the faces of the children of the C.H.A.N.C.E Children's Home and Nurturing Centre in Dunotter with gifts of chips, sweets and balloons. Picture: Suppliedduring the Vodacom 67 Minutes for Mandela staff Food parcel packduring the Vodacom 67 Minutes for Mandela staff Food parcel packTellumat PTY LTD Retreat office staff made sandwiches to be distributed to the Village Care Centre in Lavender Hill. Picture: SuppliedTellumat PTY LTD Retreat office staff made sandwiches to be distributed to the Village Care Centre in Lavender Hill. Picture: SuppliedPegasus Toys donated a conginment of toys to the National Institute for Crime Prevention and the Reintegration of Offenders (NICRO) clinical unit in Cape Town.Pegasus Toys donated a conginment of toys to the National Institute for Crime Prevention and the Reintegration of Offenders (NICRO) clinical unit in Cape Town.Staff from Sgx Logistics served breakfast at the Shallcross Missionaries of Christ.The nuns at the mission care for orphans, the disabled, widows and the needy.Staff from Sgx Logistics served breakfast at the Shallcross Missionaries of Christ.The nuns at the mission care for orphans, the disabled, widows and the needy.Staff from Sgx Logistics served breakfast at the Shallcross Missionaries of Christ.The nuns at the mission care for orphans, the disabled, widows and the needy.

People in South Africa and around the world celebrate Mandela Day, dedicated to doing good deeds on what would have been Nelson Mandela's 96th birthday. Send photos of your Mandela Day contribution to [email protected] and they could be added to our gallery of good deeds.

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