The Nelson Mandela Museum pays tribute to the ANC struggle stalwart, anti-apartheid activist and a former Robben Island prisoner, Andrew Mlangeni.
On the 18th of July 2020, the Nelson Mandela Museum hosted a number of activities to celebrate the life and times of Nelson Mandela, with the needy people of Mthatha and followed by an Online Public Deliberations.
Join us for an online public deliberation on the Socio-economic impact of Covid-19 pandemic
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.