The highly acclaimed Nelson Mandela museum travelling exhibition called InConversation: Nelson Mandela and Chief Albert Luthuli exhibition continues its journey around the country.
The exhibition will be on show in Barkly East Museum from 30 October 2014 in a small town called Barkly East in the Eastern Cape.
Nelson Mandela Museum in partnership with the Department of Sport, Recreation, Arts and Culture, Joe Gqabi District Municipality and Barkly East museum have joined hands to bring along an exhibition of the two Nobel Peace Prize winners and former presidents of the African National Congress to the community of Barkly East and surrounding areas.
This exhibition celebrates and acknowledges the extraordinary contributions and influence of the two internationally renowned struggle stalwarts, Nelson Mandela and Chief Albert Luthuli in the struggle for the liberation of the people of South Africa.
InConversation: Nelson Mandela and Chief Albert Luthuli exhibition features values of these two great heroes, expressed in text and photographs, capturing actual conversations between them as well as those of associated comrades.
The highly acclaimed InConversation: Mandela and Luthuli exhibition is currently on show at Uitenhage Museum in Port Elizabeth, Cultural museum in Polokwane, Pilgrims Rest Museum in Mpumalanga and Siolog Museum in Rustenburg.
The launch of Mandela and Luthuli InConversation Exhibition at Joe Gqabi District Municipality, Barkly East museum came at a time when South Africans are rejoicing Oliver Tambo then president of the ANC’s’ Selflessness contribution to the struggle for justice, equality and freedom.
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