Johannesburg – "One of the best ways to celebrate Madiba's centenary and preserve its heritage is that we are committed to taking part in a very meaningful way for each of us."
This was the words of late Nelson Mandela's widow and human rights activist Grillo Maschel, who announced the winner of the inaugural global civilian world leader award.
The match was one of the many leaders, activists, celebrities and dignitaries in the world who celebrated Mandela's centenary and urged citizens to continue taking steps to defeat poverty.
Messel expressed happiness by seeing thousands of young people work and contribute in their own way.
"I am very happy to see millions of civilians engaged in celebrating Madiba and am taking steps to eliminate extreme poverty."
Thereafter, Michelle announced the winner of the Early Global Civil World leader award, the Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg.
It was Mandela's daughters Makazeev and Jindzie Mandela who joined the match, who also celebrated her father's inheritance and women's rights championship, but also celebrated the defiant leaders of the Waldi Madicijla-Mandela and Alberta Sisulu.
International supermodel Naomi Campbell also paid homage to Mandela, who gladly convinced her that she would be a hero and her grandfather.
She said, "Long live the spirit of Mandela" she said.
Earlier, the crowd was influenced by a mix of local and international entertainers, including Usher, Chris Martin, Farrell Williams, Ed Sherman, Tiva Savage, Viskid, D Banjy, and Shaw Majjozzi.
There is still Caspar NeoVest and international superstar Beyonce and Jay-Z.