Siyabonga Tata Madiba
This year our young people took the time to draw, paint
and express their love for our Tata Madiba.
All the amazing artwork below is being
sold. The proceeds will go towards new art equipment for our programmes.
Art is a form
of expression. A way of speaking your inner thoughts.
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Jessica Kekana – Mandela Day is a very important day to us. We are celebrating Mandela Day through showcasing our art skills. We believe that through art, we can convey a strong message and also express our feelings.
Bafana Sitoe – We are all staying at home but we can still celebrate Mandela Day in many other ways. What inspires me about Nelson Mandela is that during the olden days he was protecting us.
Mzwakhe Msibi – I started my painting on Wednesday and I finished it up on Thursday. What I am happy about is that Nelson Mandela fought for our nation. If you can check, his legacy is still alive.
Seithati Molale – In my painting there is a symbol of the COVID-19 virus so that people can know what the virus is and that there is also a medicine that is going to help us heal. Mandela is also wearing a mask to protect himself.
Zwelihle Ngesa – I made this painting of Nelson Mandela during this COVID-19 pandemic. In my painting, Nelson Mandela is protecting the nation against coronavirus with his umbrella and he also developed a vaccine.
Nkululeko Majola – I drew Nelson Mandela because it’s Mandela Month and we are supposed to celebrate his birthday. On my painting Nelson Mandela reminds us that we are supposed to love one another.
Marvellous Sibanda – This artwork mainly focuses on what we are experiencing now as a community, nation and the world at large. I’m talking about the COVID-19 pandemic. The darkness enclosed in our day to day lives.
Mukundi Mphohoni – There is no darkness without light and there is no light without darkness. Together we stand and conquer, divided we fall. The fisted light bulb represents Tata Madiba’s unity, saying that together we can win.
Karabelo Moima – My artwork is a warning to the ignorant. Since its Mandela day, it’s me and Mr Mandela’s warning to the ignorant. To those who drink liquor for no reason, to those who smoke because they do not care.
Ayabulela Fati – Nelson Mandela would have protected us if he was still here. He would have turned his back on Covid-19 and would not allow it to get to us by leading us through this rough time.
Lukhanyo Nono – My painting shows how important we as South Africans are during this pandemic, on the front I chose to draw Nelson Mandela which many of us see as a role model in our lives. As seen in the portrait.
Mihle Xoeie- I did a painting for Covid-19 awareness, in this painting Nelson Mandela as an angel who sent a bird that I also painted. He sends this bird as a blessing of hope for us to fight this virus.