Going to the Mountain: Life Lessons from My Grandfather, Nelson Mandela

Going to the Mountain: Life Lessons from My Grandfather, Nelson Mandela

by Ndaba Mandela

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780316486576
Publisher: Hachette Books
Publication date: 06/26/2018
Pages: 272
Sales rank: 144,764
Product dimensions: 5.70(w) x 8.30(h) x 1.10(d)

About the Author

Nelson Mandela's legacy lives on as his grandson, Ndaba Mandela, continues to keep its beacon of hope bright, fueling its fiery message that one person can make a difference. Ndaba is the cofounder and cochairman of the Africa Rising Foundation, an organization dedicated to promoting a positive image of Africa around the world and to increasing its potential for growth in the areas of education, employment, and international corporate alliances for profit and partnership. Ndaba is also the longest serving ambassador of UNAIDS, which seeks to end discrimination around HIV/AIDS.

Ndaba was named one of the "28 Men of Change" by Black Entertainment Television and is showing the world, through his actions and orations, that Nelson Mandela's voice and message of freedom still rings true. He lives in South Africa.

Table of Contents

Prologue vii

Idolophu egqibeleleyo iyakusoloko imgama. "The perfect city is always a long way off." 1

Umthi omde ufunyanwa yimimoya enzima. "The tall tree catches the hard wind." 29

Umntana ngowoluntu. "No child belongs to one house." 41

Kuhlangene isanga nenkohla. "The wonderful and the impossible sometimes collide." 63

Uzawubona uba umoya ubheka ngaphi. "Listen to the direction of the wind." 87

Ulwazi alukhulelwa. "One does not become great by claiming greatness." 113

Isikhuni sibuya nomkhwezeli. "A brand burns him who stirs it up." 133

Intyatyambo engayi kufa ayibonakali. "The flower that never dies is invisible." 163

Ukwaluka. "Going to the Mountain" 181

Indlu enkulu ifuna. "A great house needs a strong broom." 197

Akukho rhamncwa elingagqumiyo emngxumeni walo. "There is no beast that does not roar in its own den." 213

Afterword 239

Acknowledgments 249

Abont the Author 254

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