British photojournalist and anti-apartheid activist Grant Fleming marks 20 years of South African democracy with his breathtaking black and white and white photos from the 1994 elections, on show in London from 25 April to 16 May http://owl.li/vT1ex
Celebrate Freedom Day on Sunday by joining The Walk for Freedom Day. Five UK charities working in Southern Africa are launching The Walk for Freedom Day in London and Gloucester to raise money for their work with children at risk of abuse, unemployed young people and supporting peace, human rights and justice in the region http://owl.li/vT1kL
Freedom Day on Sunday marks 20 years since South Africa’s first democratic elections. From tucking into a South African feast to a photo exhibition to voting in the national election – here are some of the ways you can celebrate Freedom Day in UK this week http://owl.li/w1rds
Directed by Spanish director Carlos Agulló and Johannesburg filmmaker Mandy Jacobson, ‘Plot for Peace’ tells the true, untold story behind Nelson Mandela’s release from prison featuring a protagonist straight out of a John le Carré novel. His name: Jean-Yves Ollivier, also known as ‘Monsieur Jacques’ - screening in London on 24 April http://owl.li/vT2aq
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