November 2021 Exhibition of the month, We look at the Democracy in South Africa as we just exercised one of our rights on the 1st of November 2021 and voted during the Local Government Elections

In April 1994, South Africans stood in long, snaking queues, patiently waiting to cast their votes in the country’s first ever multiracial democratic election. South Africans were taking a step into the unknown after decades of white supremacist, authoritarian rule in the form of apartheid and-prior to that-centuries of racial oppression, violence, and segregation under […]

2021 INTERNATIONAL NELSON MANDELA DAY AND WOMEN’S DAY CELEBRATIONS (COMBINED) CP Nel Museum in partnership with WC Department of Social Development, Cape Nature, Department of Correctional Services and Child Welfare has made a difference to Mrs Cathy Hufke (75) and her family including children in Matjiesrivier by helping with a better home including some furniture. We would like to convey our heartfelt gratitude to our partners for their commitment and overwhelming support throughout the work. It was not an easy one but, through collaborative efforts, we managed to make a difference. On behalf of the CP Nel Museum Board of Trustees and our partners, we would like to thank Mr and Mrs Barnard for their contribution with the site, Oudtshoorn St Jude’s Parish Church and Mr Andrew Van Greunen from Timbercity for their donations. We thank you!