Iziko Museums of South Africa is committed to working closely with all key stakeholders to foster a strong network of collaboration between related organizations, both nationally and internationally. Iziko values these partnerships, and recognize them as essential to meeting the objectives of the organization.
We gratefully acknowledge the significant on-going financial support from:




Government agencies


Cape Town agencies


Foreign agencies




Trusts and foundations











Various existing as well as new partnerships continue to contribute in diverse ways to Iziko’s programmes. These include:

  • African slaves wreck project
  • Anglo American Farm (Vergelen)
  • Art for Social Development
  • Birdlife South Africa
  • Brown University/Centre for the study of Slavery & justice
  • Cape Craft and Design Institute
  • Cape Lace Guild
  • Cape Town Fashion Council
  • Castle Control Board
  • Centre for Law and Society
  • Cyan development
  • Association Rendez-Vouz
  • Musee d’art contemporian de Lyon
  • The Institut d’art contemporain, Villeurbanne
  • Rhone-Alpes
  • Ecole nationale superieure des beaux arts de Lyon
  • Bibliotechque Nationale, Paris, France
  • Desmond Tutu HIV Foundation
  • George Washington University
  • Goodman Gallery
  • Institute of International Visual Art (INIVA)
  • Juliette Leeb-du Toit
  • Killie Campbell Museum
  • Lee Botti & Associates
  • Les Anneaux de la Memoire, Nantes, Francea
  • Lidderdale Trustnd natural history museum,
  • Natural History Unit
  • Odendaal Esterhuyse
  • (PLAAS)
  • Research Office and the Libraries of the University of Cape Town
  • University of Cape Town (UCT) Centre for Film and Media Studies.
  • Rowland and Leta Hill Trust
  • Smithsonian National Museum of African American History & Culture
  • UCT. The Centre for Curating the Archive at the UCT Michaelis School of Fine Art
  • UCT, New Media Department.
  • Rosa Luxemburg Foundation
  • St George’s Cathedral Crypt & Memory Centre.
  • The Cape Lace Guild
  • The Institute for Poverty, Land and Agrarian Studies
  • World Design Capital Cape Town