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NZ Memorial Services for President Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela

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South African High Commission

Media Advisory

Proceedings in New Zealand: Memorial Services for President Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela

The signing ofthe Condolence Book at the South African High Commission in Wellington will be opened daily from Monday 09 December to Friday 13 December 2013, from 10h00am to 14h00pm at the SAHC on the 7th Floor, State Insurance Tower Building, 1 Willis St, Wellington.

ln Auckland, the signing of the Condolence Book will commence on Tuesday, 10 December until Saturday 14 December 2013 from 10h00am to 18h00pm, at Saint Marys Church, next to Holy Trinity Cathedral, Parnell.

Official Memorial Service in the Capital: WELLINGTON
Date : Thursday, 12 December 2013
Time 12h00 - 14H00
Venue TSB Bank Arena, 4 Queens Wharf, Wellington
Dated: 09/12/2013

Other Memorial Services in other cities in New Zealand

CHRISTCHURCH
Date : Thursday, 12 December 2013
Time Evening (to be confirmed by the Office ofthe Mayor, Her Worship, Lianne Dalziel)
Venue To be confirmed by the Office of the Mayor, Her Worship, Lianne Dalziel)

AUCKLAND
Date Friday, 13 December 2013
Time 12hOOpm
Venue Holy Trinity Cathedral, Parnell

HAMILTON
Date Friday, 13 December 2013
Time 16h00
Venue Turangawaewae Marae


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