Nelson Mandela Museum and Ibandla LaseMthini Evangelical Movement to feed Homeless people of Mthatha

The declaration of Mandela International day in 2009 by the United Nations was embraced by Nelson Mandela Museum as one of its key initiative to preserve the legacy and values of Nelson Mandela by making a difference in the lives of the needy and to inspire debate on topical matters that affect South Africans.

Nelson Mandela Museum in partnership with Ibandla LaseMthini Evangelican Movement will again this year feed homeless people of Mthatha as part of its dedicating its 67 minutes. The programme will take at on the 18th of July 2021 at eTipini dumping place situated along Tutor Ndamase avenue to Qokolweni Administrative Area. The program will take place under strict level 4 regulation.

The museum had planned to hand over a school library at Asherville High in Graaff Reinet by the MEC of Department of Sport, Recreation, Arts and Culture and the Chairperson of the Nelson Mandela Museum Council, but due to the restrictions of Alert Level 4, the event has to be been postponed until further notice. 

Other museum’s activities will take place virtually on social media platforms, in celebration with the Mandela activities.

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