Lwandle Migrant Labour Museum strives to educate children who are living in a post-apartheid government about their history. Students will learn why the hostels were originally built and what the living conditions were before and after wives and families moved in. Through interactive presentations, the museum works  to teach learners lessons such as state symbols, medicinal medicines, the museum’s artifacts, and more. Educational lessons are programmed for learners Grade 4 and Grade 7 and the topics range from Social Sciences to Local History. To learn more about having an educational program come to your school, email