Beyonce, Oprah Winfrey, Naomi Campbell, Farrell Williams, Ushaer and other international stars gathered for a charity concert in Johannesburg on Sunday, which was born Nelson Mandela after a century.
Thousands of people were poured on the FNB stadium in the South African city for the global civil festival: Mandela 100. The singer Bob Gellof, who hosted the Live Aid concert for Africa, was also there.
A global citizen, a lawyer group, a campaign for the end of extreme poverty, and other reasons. It says that many people won tickets on concerts Sunday through charity work and petition-signing.
In 2013 the world leaders gathered together at the stadium for a monument at the stadium in 2013 for the monument, the anti-monument leader, the first black president of South Africa, gathered after the death.
On Sunday's celebrations, platforms were given to government leaders, CEOs and others, who gave more funding for healthcare and other social programs.
In the recorded video message, Kenyan President, Uhuru Kenyatta, Promised More money in the national budget Canada's Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, Tweeted $ 50 million promise for education for girls and women worldwide
"This is amazing!" The festival host, Trevor Noah, a large stadium in Trudeau's tweet was shown on the screen.
Noah earlier emphasized Mandela's comment that poverty could be eliminated through defined steps. South Africa, where the white minority rule ended a quarter-century ago, is struggling with the world's highest rate of inequality of income.