Global Citizen Festival - Mandela 100

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Global Citizen surpassed its goal for commitments of USD $1 billion by seven times, with commitments from the World Bank, Vodacom, PEPFAR, Cisco, the government of South Africa and not to mention co-hosts of Mandela 100, the Motsepe Foundation. These donations alone added $5.4 billion on top of projected new commitments.

Motsepe Foundation: The hosting and presenting partner of the Global Citizen Festival: Mandela 100 announced a series of massive commitments totaling over USD $104.4 million. These commitments, announced by Dr. Precious Motsepe and Patrice Motsepe are set to advance education, economic inclusion, and equality of women and girls, as well as to ensure that current land discussions and processes in South Africa will result in land being made available to black people living in rural and urban areas.

In a historic moment, a number of Zulu leaders came together to announce a commitment of USD $243 million (3.5 billion rand) towards land reform.

We are coming together and are committed to work together to ensure that the current land reform discussions and processes in South Africa will result in land (with the requisite resources and support) being made available to black people living in the rural and urban areas” – Patrice Motsepe preceding a commitment of $243 million (RAND 3.5 billion).

Global Citizen Festival - Mandela 100

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FNB Stadium, Johannesburg

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