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Part of our Museum education team, along with some nervous but excited learners left for Cape Town at the start of the school spring break. The 5 learners had recently won a Speech Competition that was held at the Museum, and the theme was Nelson Mandela, celebrating his legacy in this his centenary year. The learners addressed the topic Learners were invited to address the topic “TO WHAT EXTENT AS SOUTH AFRICANS ARE WE LIVING TO THE VALUES THAT NELSON MANDELA STOOD FOR? They will be spending a week at the Robben Island Museum and will participate in a full programme as part of the Robben Island Museum Spring School. The top 5 learners were Njoko Simlindile (Nsikayethu Secondary); Madlala Lindokuhle (St John Paul II); Twayinga Onelisa (Kharina Secondary); Xulu Nomali (Masjabule High); Ndlovu Nokulunga (Georgetown High) Robben Island Museum - An agency of the Department of Arts & Culture. #kznmuseum #mandela100

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New display for Heritage Day

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Visiting professor at the Museum

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Phone lines will be down this weekend

Due to technical issues the Museum reception lines will be down this Saturday and Sunday (7 & 8 Sep). We do apologise for any inconvenience caused.

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