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Sea Monster Attended the SARB Commemorative Banknote Launch.

The South Africa Reserve Bank of South Africa celebrated Nelson Mandela’s 100th birthday by releasing a set of commemorative banknotes as well as a commemorative R5 coin.

The South Africa Reserve Bank of South Africa celebrated Nelson Mandela’s 100th birthday by releasing a set of commemorative banknotes as well as a commemorative R5 coin.

The banknotes celebrate the life and times of Madiba and each commemorative note depicts an important time in Madiba’s life.

The notes were launched at an exclusive launch party in Johannesburg on the 13th of July 218 and Sea Monster was invited to attend because of the work we have done with the Reserve Bank, creating the augmented reality app that accompanies the banknotes.

Other attendees at the event included the SARB Governor Lesetja Kganyago as well as Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene.

 

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