South African President Nelson Mandela filing for divorce
- Winnie Mandela. // U.S. News & World Report;4/10/95, Vol. 118 Issue 14, p20
Focuses on Winnie Mandela, the estranged wife of South African President Nelson Mandela. Criticism of her husband from whom she separated in 1992; Embarrassment which she has caused him; Her alleged involvement in a kickback scheme; His decision to remove her from his cabinet post.
- Caribbean Radio keeping the pressure on. Pryce, Vinette K. // New York Amsterdam News;4/11/2002, Vol. 93 Issue 15, p14
Details the visit of former African President Nelson and wife Winnie Mandela in New York City. Appreciation of Afro-Americans on the visit; Broadcast of the visit; Gratitude of Mandela for the support and aid given by the Black people.
- Anti-apartheid activists. // Mother Jones;Oct85, Vol. 10 Issue 8, p16
Winnie & Nelson Mandela in their own words. S. African anti-apartheid activists, the couple tells of their struggles to free Blacks: excerpts from her autobiography tell of Winnie Mandela's marriage to Nelson and her own battles with the racist regime; excerpt from a courtroom speech delivered...
- Nelson Mandela reinstated. MacLachlan, Suzanne; Mutch, David // Christian Science Monitor;4/13/95, Vol. 87 Issue 96, p2
Reports that Nelson Mandela reinstated his wife, Winnie, as South African deputy arts minister.
- Judge orders W. Mandela's return to office. // New York Amsterdam News;4/15/95, Vol. 86 Issue 15, p48
Reports on Winnie Mandela's return to her post as South Africa's Deputy Minister for Art, Culture, Science and Technology after her dismissal was deemed invalid. South African President Nelson Mandela's apparent overlooking of a constitutional provision concerning minister dismissals.
- Wayward willful Winnie. Hawthorne, Peter // Time International (South Pacific Edition);3/20/95, Issue 11, p45
Reports on the activities of South African President Nelson Mandela's wife, Winnie. Meaning of her name in the Xhosa language; Formal separation from her husband; Criticism on her life style, personal and business affairs; Refusal to tone down rhetoric; Criticism against the government; Police...
- Portrait of a marriage. Contreras, J. // Newsweek;5/27/1991, Vol. 117 Issue 21, p33
Describes the relationship between African National Congress (ANC) leader Nelson Mandela and his wife Winnie Mandela, who was convicted of kidnapping four black youths in 1988 and of being an accessory to the beating of the young men. Winnie Mandela's reputation among ANC members; How she stood...
- Winnie Mandela charged with embezzlement and fraud. Sinclair, Abiola // New York Amsterdam News;3/11/95, Vol. 86 Issue 10, p6
Reports on the raid conducted by the South African police on Winnie Mandela's house in Soweto, South Africa. Authorities' search for materials to support their embezzlement and fraud case against Mandela; Husband Nelson Mandela's unbiased stand on the issue; Disagreement between Nelson and...
- MEMORABLE PHOTO. // Ebony;Jul2008, Vol. 63 Issue 9, p194
A photograph of the African National Congress leader Nelson Mandela and wife Winnie Mandela is presented, along with highlights on the celebration after he was released from Victor Verster Prison on February 11, 1990.