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on Londolozi Celebrates Mandela Day

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Such a beautiful way to celebrate the life of an amazing man who not only did so much for South Africa but spread his love and wisdom around the world.

A beautiful post on a very special day. My son shares a birthday with Nelson Mandela which will always make 18 July extra special for me. And shortly after he was released from prison, my wife and her oldest son were in Zimbabwe and met Mr. Mandela – an experience that still brings tears to their eyes.

Fantastic! So happy to hear that guests were involved as well in the legacy that this fine human being left to not only his country, but to the world as well.
Kudos to Londolozi for celebrating Mandela Day with reverence and purpose.

What a beautiful way to honor the legacy of Nelson Mandela – Bravo!

We really enjoyed the aloes af Founders Camp earlier this month, never having seen them in bloom before. What a lovely way to celebrate the spirit of Nelson Mandela and at a place he loved so much.

What a remarkable man Mr. Mandela was. We would all do well to emulate his humanitarian. Victoria

“And maybe tomorrow as well”. That’s the key. So many people do a feel-good activity on 18 July, and then go back into their comfort zones. With so much need and so much we can contribute, it must be an every day awareness to find the places, no matter how small, where we can make a difference!


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