Why Celebrate Africa Day?
African Day (formerly African Freedom and African Liberation Day) is celebrated annually throughout Africa in commemoration of the Organisation of African Unity (OAU) formed 25 May 1963.
This year’s Africa Day celebration comes when Africa and the world are faced with Covid 19 Pandemic. Covid19 regulations negatively impacted the Tourism and Hospitality of which Museums rely on inbound and outbound visitors.
Nelson Mandela Museum has afforded an opportunity to three learners coming from KwaZulu Natal and Eastern Cape with an opportunity to embark on an Educational Legacy Historical Trail in Gauteng.
The Nelson Mandela Museum at the Bhunga Building will host monumental Wax and Bronze Statues from the Lungelo Wax Museum. Lungelo Wax Museum is a brain child of Lungelo Gumede who is currently operating at the Bat Centre in Durban.
In 2 – 3 pages of thoroughly researched essay, discuss what you know or your understanding of human rights culture in South Africa, what can be done to improve and strengthen them?
Nelson Mandela Museum and Siyakhana Growth and Development will host a Human Rights Garden event on the 18th of March 2021, at Qunu Junior Secondary School. There will be a handing over of AgriSETA accredited certificates to local subsistence farmers of Qunu on the day of the event.