The recent news about the sudden passing on of the late Nelson Mandela and Winnie Nomzamo Mandela‘s daughter, Zindzi Mandela came at time when the Nelson Mandela Museum is celebrating Nelson Mandela month.
The declaration of Mandela International day in 2009 by the United Nations was embraced by Nelson Mandela Museum as one of its key initiatives 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.
June 16 is a day closely embedded in South African History as the day when school children and young people assumed leadership position by taking charge of their lives but most importantly their future.
The Nelson Mandela Museum introduces an e-legacy learning channel for learners from Grade 10-12. In order to successfully participate in the programme, one needs to be equipped with efficient guidelines. Click on the link below to download the NYA-4IR Guide
This week, from 31st May to 07 June 2020, marks Children Protection Week.
Click on the link below to download the key messages
In celebration to Youth Month the Nelson Mandela Museum wishes to invite learners from grade 10 – 12 to partake in the essay contest that will be in honour of the sacrifices young people have made in the struggle of freedom in education.