SAT hosts advance screening of new Mandela movie

SAT hosts advance screening of new Mandela movie
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To celebrate the legacy of Nelson Mandela, South African Tourism and South African Airways this week hosted an advance screening of the film tribute Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom.

The screening was enjoyed by almost 100 trade and media personnel at Event Cinemas George Street.

The movie explores Mandela’s 94 years of life, the people and places that he moved, whilst also celebrating his achievements and impact on both South Africa and the world.

It captures Mandela’s journey from his birthplace in Qunu, to his family home with Winnie Mandela in Soweto, to Robben Island and Nobel Square at Cape Town’s V&A Waterfront.

Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom will be officially launched on February 6.  

Check out the photos of the South African Tourism team at the event below.

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Image one (L-R): Rob Gurr, South African Tourism Trade Relations Manager: Australasia, Lalie Ngozi, South African Tourism Country Manager: Australasia, Yana Shvarts, South African Tourism Marketing and Communications Manager: Australasia and Themba Ndlovu, South African Tourism Finance & Administration Manager: Australasia.

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Image two (L-R): Melleesa Zeglis, Roxanne Vitalone, Janna Zeglis and Mikaila Faber became the stars of South African Tourism’s latest advertising campaign when they won a national competition last year. The girls are shown with the South African Tourism team.

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Image three (L-R): South African Tourism’s stars and advertising campaign faces, Melleesa Zeglis, Roxanne Vitalone, Janna Zeglis and Mikaila Faber.

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