Nelson Mandela Museum kindly welcomes the announcement made by the President of the Republic of South Africa Cyril Matamela Ramaphosa. As a responsible African museum located in the Home of Legends, we fully understand and appreciate the imposed travel ban on foreign nationals from Coronavirus high-risk countries such as Italy, Iran, South Korea, Spain, Germany, the United States, the United Kingdom and China, etc.
Nelson Mandela Museum and Siyakhana Growth and Development(SGD) are working together to resuscitate and escalate human rights gardens within Mandela footprint.
Nelson Mandela Museum in partnership with Umtata Health Club and Health is Wealth Athletics Club, hosted a 5km fun run/walk from Ultra City Garage, just outside Mthatha to the Nelson Mandela Museum followed by mass aerobics at in front of the Bhunga building.
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Nelson Mandela Museum in partnership with Umtata Health Club and Health is Wealth Athletics Club will host a 5km fun run/walk and mass aerobics on the 29th of February 2020. The fun run/walk is one of the Mandela Legacy Roadshow taking place all over the country, in celebrating 20 years of the Nelson Mandela Museum existence.
This year marks twenty years of existence of the Nelson Mandela Museum. The museum will host different programmes and activities in different provinces to celebrate its milestone and to recommit itself in preserving the legacy and values Nelson Mandela stood for.
In celebrating its 20th anniversary, the museum will host a World Museum Summit on the 10th and 11th of February at Hotel Savoy in Mthatha. The summit will look at different themes that include the following: