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JOHANNESBURG - The board of trustees of the Nelson Mandela Foundation will on Wednesday hold a briefing on the state of the country, particularly focusing on violence, corruption and the continued assault on the Constitution.
"The Foundation’s Chairperson Njabulo Ndebele, the Trustees and the Chief Executive of the Foundation will speak on the conversation the nation should be having moving forward," a statement from the foundation said.
"We have to ensure that the economy serves the interests of the people as a whole, is geared to end the terrible poverty & deprivation....." pic.twitter.com/i4UMLiCOYb— NelsonMandela (@NelsonMandela) May 31, 2017
A dialogue to look at how the past affects the present will also be held, where former finance minister Trevor Manuel will speak.