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From: Tsakane Khambane <tsak...@presidency.gov.za>
Date: 10 August 2017 at 13:48

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*10 AUGUST 2017*


The Presidency wishes to remind members of the public to nominate persons
from all walks of life that they believe deserve to receive the country’s
highest honours, the National Orders, in April next year.

The next National Orders awards investiture ceremony will take place in
April 2018, honouring South Africans and eminent foreign nationals who have
contributed to the achievement of a free, united, non-racial, democratic,
non-sexist and prosperous South Africa in various ways. Also honoured are
citizens who have sacrificed life and limb to save others and those who
have excelled in various fields.

The ceremony contributes towards unity, reconciliation and nation building.

There are six orders that are bestowed to deserving recipients. These are
the following:

*The Order of Mendi for Bravery* recognises South African citizens who have
performed acts of bravery.

*The Order of Ikhamanga *recognises South African citizens who have
excelled in the fields of arts, culture, literature, music, journalism and

*The Order of the Baobab* recognises South African citizens who have
contributed to community service, business and economy, science, medicine
and technological innovation.

*The Order of Luthuli* recognises South African citizens who have
contributed to the struggle for democracy, nation-building, building
democracy and human rights, justice and peace as well as for the resolution
of conflict.

*The Order of Mapungubwe* recognises South Africans who have excelled and
attained exceptional achievement to the benefit of South Africa and beyond.

*The Order of the Companions of OR Tambo* recognises eminent foreign
nationals for friendship shown to South Africa. It is therefore an Order of
peace, cooperation and active expression of solidarity and support.

The selection process of the awards will be processed and administered by
the National Orders Advisory Council appointed by the President of the

*Members of the Advisory Council are the following:*

Ms Brigitte Mabandla (Chairperson)

Mr Mandla Langa (Deputy Chairperson)

Dr Glenda Gray

Dr Molefi Oliphant

Dr Lindiwe Mabuza

Prof Malegapuru Makgoba

Mrs Sally Padayachie

Rev. Buti Tlhagale

Mr James Motlatsi

Dr Fazel Randera, and

Ms Nothembi Mkhwebane

Nominations forms are available on The Presidency website
http://bit.ly/2eHfOZF  Members of the public are urged to attach a short
motivation on the person nominated.

Self- nomination or the nomination of public servants is not permissible.

The 2018 National Orders nominations will close on 31 August 2017.

*Enquiries:* Dr Bongani Ngqulunga on 082 308 9373 or

Issued by: The Presidency



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