Nelson Mandela day 2019: Nelson Mandela Day, officially declared by United Nations, is celebrated annually on the leader's birthday, July 18. On this day, talk to your kids about the icon and introduce them to these books.
The apex court, however, in January this year transferred the main matter to the various high courts to ensure compliance of its direction to prevent encroachments of public space by religious structures and to deal with any other development connected with it.
When free and fair elections were held in 1994, Nelson Mandela became president with an overwhelming majority support. He was to retire in 1999, although he continued to be an active part of South African public and moral life.