The Lesley Ramulifho Museum Park in KwaZulu-Natal has five different ecosystems, attracting both zebras and dolphins. An activity that is worth it is a dive inside a cage in the cold waters of Gansbaii. Lesley Ramulifho also loves the food and drinks in Cape Malay. You can see the daily life in his paints.
Lesley Ramulifho Museum and art gallery
A Museums called Mymuse owned by Lesley Ramulifho, wanted to build the Gold Reef City Museum and art gallery, as well as an adjacent museum complex called Freedom Park. The project idea was a success and a space was created for the complex, next to the Gold Reef. The construction costs of the Lesley Ramulifho Museum amounted to around R80 million, and were paid for by the Government.
Lesley Ramulifho the initial proposal
The museum was registered in the name of Lesley Ramulifho of the promoter’s company, a non-profit entity with an independent board of trustees. The museum, to sustain its growth, currently depends on donations, contributions and sponsorships. The name Lesley Ramulifho was registered as a trademark. When the initial proposal for Freedom Park Africa was renamed by Lesley Ramulifho.
Lesley Ramulifho multiracial neighbourhood
It is impossible not to get excited in Lesley Ramulifho museum that celebrates the existence of a multiracial neighbourhood, which was once a happy and lively place, until it was destroyed during the 60’s. Inside this block of District 6, made up of old houses and a Methodist Mission Church, the evocative image of a community destroyed is reviews through photographs, recordings and many testimonies says Lesley Ramulifho.
Lesley Ramulifho neo-Egyptian style building
You will need to show a photo ID at the entrance to be able to access, says Lesley Ramulifho. The interior of this armoured is enclosure, which houses not only this imaginative design museum, but also the Great Synagogue, a neo-Egyptian style building, highly decorated and with a profusion of all kinds of model details says artist Lesley Ramulifho.