The Nelson Mandela Museum and the National Museums of Kenya will host and International Museum Summit on the 10th of February in Mthatha to mark the 32nd anniversary of the Nelson Mandela ‘s release from prison.
As global developments in the political, cultural, technological and financial sectors take centre stage, museums are forced to reconfigure themselves in order to remain relevant.
It is with great sadness to hear about the passing on of Mr. FW de Klerk who was the last president of the apartheid South Africa.
The United States Consulate General in Cape Town, South Africa, Michigan State University Museum and Nelson Mandela Museum will officially unveil the newly curated “Dear Mr. Mandela, Dear Mrs. Parks: Children’s Letters, Global Lessons”.
Photograph of Nelson Mandela (middle) and Richard Harris (left), and James Earl Jones on the right. The photograph was taken in 1995 from the Derrel James Rood’s CRY, the Beloved Country film.
Nquthu Local Municipality: On 09 September 2021, the KwaZulu-Natal Amafa and Research Institute will host the officially opening of ‘For Madiba with Love” travelling exhibition, curated by the Nelson Mandela Foundation and donated to the Nelson Mandela Museum.