South Africa and the world are marking what would have been the late Nelson Mandela's 100th birthday on 18 July, 2018.
Various individuals, institutions and organisations came out in their numbers to celebrate the day by dedicating 67 minutes of their time to charity or community work.
Some of them shared photos of their activities on social media. Briefly.co.za compiles five of these amazing pictures that keep Madiba's legacy alive.
1. Generations: The Legacy actors and actresses spent their 67 minutes painting Nka Thuto primary school in Soweto, Johannesburg.
2. A young South African, Thabile Buthelezi, took her "empowerment through education" message to a high school in eThekwini municipality.
3. Grade 2 pupils at St David's Marist Inanda school made educational game packs for the less fortunate.
4. Staff at an accounting company in Durban made 1,350 hotdogs to feed the hungry.
5. Staff from Aganang FM, a community radio station in Potchefstroom, spent time with kids at Regomoditswe Crech and handed over some donations.
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