The Apartheid Museum in Johannesburg illustrates the rise and fall of apartheid in South Africa. Exhibits include film footage, photographs, text panels and artefacts illuminating the events and stories that are part of the apartheid era. 22 exhibitions offer the visitor an emotional journey through South Africa’s oppressive past and the struggle of the majority to end it. The Pillars of the Constitution are a permanent display, representing the seven fundamental values of South Africa’s first democratic constitution. Other exhibitions focus on Mandela as a person, prisoner, comrade, negotiator, leader and statesman.