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The Foundation partnered with the Imbumba Foundation and their “Caring 4 Girls” initiative to bring a supply of sanitary pads to school girls in Nkantolo – the birthplace of Oliver Tambo. On Tuesday, 30 May, Natasha flew to Mbizana, and, along with Ndumo and Siyabonga from...

On the 24th May this year the Adelaide Tambo School celebrated Adelaide Tambo day, marking the renaming of the school and celebrating Adelaide Tambo’s life and contribution to society. The school choir opened the event with a song, followed by a prayer from one of the...

Sisulu ‘went to jail not knowing money and returned still not knowing money, therefore, he would not have been seduced by money.’ Fallen anti-apartheid heroes Oliver Reginald Tambo and Walter Sisulu have been dubbed honest men with ethics, who would not have been seduced by money...

The Foundation together with the South African National Roads Agency (SANRAL), the Mail & Guardian, Kaya fm, and the Wits School of Governance, hosted the Critical Thinking Forum on the 16 th May 2017. The topic: “Leadership Lessons Learnt from OR Tambo”. The event was...

Former Constitutional Court Judge Albie Sachs says there is no need to amend the country's constitution. Delivering a lecture at the Luthuli Museum at Groutville, north of Durban, he said there were sufficient remedies in the current constitution that could be used to bring about change...

The 18th of July marks the birth Adelaide Tambo, it also marks the birth of Nelson Mandela. To this end, the foundations of both stalwarts will be collaborating on their Mandela Day festivities. The launch of Mandela day was held on the 10th of May...

In observation of the 100 years since the birth of Oliver Reginald Tambo, a nine-meter high bronze statue of the struggle icon will be erected at OR Tambo International Airport, in October. This was disclosed at the OR Tambo Memorial Lecture, held in Wattville, recently, which...