The infected official was interacting with various officials and visitors. This in turn has led to all staff members having to take time off work for mandatory testing and isolation. CP Nel Museum is committed to the safety of its staff members, visitors locally and internationally and the community and ensuring that the spread of […]
To All Greater Oudtshhorn community members, there will be a stakeholder forum meeting tomorrow, 15 October 2020 at 10H00 at the Museum to finalize the reburial of Human Remain process, community members are also welcomed and invited to attend this meeting.
CP Nel Museum is pleased to announce that it will open its doors to the general public on Monday, 21 September 2020. In a letter dated 11 September 2020, The National Minister of Sports, Arts and Culture granted the permission to re-open our doors to the general public during the lockdown, this came after the […]
CP Nel Museum is currently waiting for the permit to re-open to general public from the National Department of Sport, Arts and Culture and the application was successfully submitted in August 2020 and the proposed date to re-open is the 1st of October 2020. The response is expected within two weeks and both premises will […]
PLEASE NOTE: CP Nel Museum will be closed for visits as from 26 March 2020, @ 11H00 until 16 April 2020 as part of the national attempt to slow down the spread of the Conoravirus. Kindly contact the Museum Manager for any related enquiries on the details below: Museum Manager: Moses Mthethwa Tell: 044 272 […]