Penny Heyns. Born 8 November 1974.
The Nelson Mandela Museum honours Nelson Mandela on what would be his 103 birthday. Born Rolihlahla Mandela on the 17 July 1918 in Mvezo to Gadla Henry Mphakanyiswa and Noqaphi Nosekeni. Rolihlahla grew up in Qunu where he was given the name “Nelson” on his first day at school. From Qunu Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela moved to Mqhekezweni following the death of his father where he continued to attend school. From Mqhekezweni, Nelson Mandela attended school in places like Qokolweni, Clarkeburry, and Healdtown high before enrolling at Fort Hare.
The declaration of Mandela International day in 2009 by the United Nations was embraced by Nelson Mandela Museum as one of its key initiative 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.
A Carved Bird German Blackforest Cuckoo Clock. The Black Forest is a mountainous region in southwest Germany, bordering France.
July has been a very special month for us and it prides us to continue on teaching the values, morals and lessons that we have learned from our hero Nelson Mandela. In ode to the valuable lessons he has left us with, we have themed 11 Lessons from Nelson Mandela we can use today as a panacea to broadening the hearts and minds of young people.