The Department of Sport Arts and Culture in partnership with Nelson Mandela Museum will host the Youth Imbizo Dialogue to encourage Youth Activism in the fight against Gender Based Violence and Femicide & Substance Abuse in their respective communities and schools. The Youth Imbizo Dialogue will be held under the theme: Promoting Activism against GBVF and Substance Abuse.
The Nelson Mandela Museum will be handing over electronic gadgets to the winners of the Human Rights Essay Competition in Gauteng. Annually, the museum hosts Human Rights Essay Competition featuring learners from nine provinces of South Africa.
Three Scarfs (Kente) in Ghana national flag colours- with the message: “To President Nelson Mandela – South Africa”, “From Gobah Tengey-Seddoh – Ghana”, and “Nelson Mandela: Ghana Says Congrats”.
The Nelson Mandela Museum, has recently appointed Dr Vuyani Gweki Booi as its Chief Executive Officer. Dr Vuyani Booi will resume his duties as the CEO from the 16th of May 2022. Dr Booi is replacing Mr Bonke Tyhulu who had been with the museum since 2017.
Miscellaneous- Folktales and legends from Africa, this is a collection of African Folktales from all over Africa (excluding the North African states of Egypt, Libya, Tunisia, Algeria and Morocco)
Photograph-Album, a picture of Nelson Mandela wearing the World Boxing Council (WBC) belt in March 1999.