The Eastern Cape was home to Nelson Mandela’s in his formative years, from birth to young adult. It seems only fitting that the Nelson Mandela Museum should sit here, branched between two key areas of Mandela’s life, namely Mthatha and Qunu. The Mthatha branch is housed in the Bhunga Building, a large white building with three wings.
Loosely translated to “Caucus” or “Council,” this building has been called upon by local tribes and authorities for many years, but now serves as a museum dedicated to the life and times of the great man. Inside; trinkets, exhibits, and interactive activities all highlight the legacy that Mandela left, within 3 restored and gleaming white wings that rival their former glory.
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