ARTICLES

‘Empire, War & Cricket in South Africa’: Logan of Matjiesfontein
The history of the oldest continually lived in house North of the Orange River
Digitising Kingswood College's Heritage
The Power of Rust
One of the most fascinating architectural features in the whole of Southern Africa
'One of our few remaining links with a bygone Johannesburg'
Concerns over Longest Avenue of Oak Trees in South Africa
Da Gama Park - A little known park with some of the best views of Johannesburg
South Africa needs a Fred Dibnah
The Buildings of C. H. Thrupp and Company over the Decades
"A Great City Deserves Great Cathedrals"
The Pyrites Panic - When one in three citizens left Johannesburg
Finding the missing link in the Gold Fields Collection
Aiton Court: Relocating Conservation between Poverty and Modern Idealism
Remembering the end of the tramcar era
Our Huguenot Heritage
Johannesburg Stock Exchange Buildings over the Decades
Types of Blockhouses in South Africa
One of the most remarkable fortification-building projects in the military history of South Africa (if not the world)
Blood Sweat and Beers - The Story of the Railway Navvy
The Grange - The story of a famous farm in Griqualand West
One of the Cape’s most remarkable early mining ventures
The story behind the South African Scottish Memorial
New publication highlights Africa’s remarkable geology
Gordon Verhoef & Krause - Adverts over the years
The Royal Navy in Hermanus in 1961
Some memories of Rosebank in 1966
Horwoods Farmhouse Horror Show Continues
Bridge of Wars - The Story of the Bailey Bridge
The Father of East London's House
Inner City Snapshot - November 2016
80 Albert Street - The nerve centre for controlling black people's lives during the early stages of apartheid
19th Century lettering on buildings
Parkhurst House had enough explosives to ‘blow up Johannesburg’
Why are there two codes of rugby?
A lifetime's obsession with Jock of the Bushveld
Uitenhage's Evolution 1804-1910
The Eiffel Tower - Denounced, Accepted, Revered
Rediscovering the 1947 Royal Visit to South Africa
Ten Forgotten Buildings of Johannesburg

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