Unsure what to do for Mandela Day? We have something for your 67 minutes...

South Africans will celebrating Mandela's birthday (Mandela Day) by spending 67-minutes towards doing good.

Share what you'll be doing today by tweeting #LSAMandelaDay and your contribution will appear on a map to show others what you're getting up to.

Below is a list of places you can visit to do your part in memory of South Africa's first democratic president and champion for reconciliation:

  • Move for Madiba at Nelson Mandela Square in Sandton, Johannesburg
  • Sign up as an organ donor at the Organ Donor Foundation
  • Spend 2 hours at Sediba Thuto Primary School for the Join My Township School Foundation
  • Assist Child Welfare Tshwane with their plumbling needs
  • Keep someone company and read a book to them at
  • Clean up around your community or an area that needs it for Care for the Environment Organisation

Click here for more activities you can get involved in across the country.

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