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Joburg’s castles
Café Bibles: Contemporary Photographic Africana - Photo-stories / Fotoverhale (1950s to 1980s)
Old clock returns home (in 1978) after 80 years
The Top Star Drive-in Saga
An unusual little book revealing Johannesburg in 1949
Early Ethno-Photography and the Picture Postcard - A South African perspective
A short history of the tram lines serving Pretoria and the Union Buildings via Church Square
Fire Destroys Johannesburg Heritage Home
Hollard saves Arcadia (in 2004) and gets the best view around
The Eccentric Engineer
Clarendon Circle - Then and Now
Finding my grandmother
Bez Valley War Memorial to be moved
Our endangered heritage: a national survey
On tour with judge Albie Sachs
Photographers active in Pretoria - First 60 years (1855-1915)
Was there life before Metrication?
The Johannesburg Way of Death - The History of the Johannesburg Crematorium
Wanooka a grand old place again (restored in 2010)
The Red Ox of Riebeek Kasteel
Barberton to host HASA symposium
Soccer City: an architect’s dream
Illegal advertising on Old Park Station - Has MTN missed an opportunity?
Parktown's oldest house continues to decay
The Architectural and Historical Significance of the Markhams Building
You say football I say soccer
16 300 books... and counting
Burgers Park - A Victorian Heritage (As portrayed in picture postcards from more than a century ago)
Sandton Shimmers at Night
South Africa's newest African heritage and music museum
Water, water... everywhere - Johannesburg's streams and rivers
A Peep Into My Life - The Memoir of William Eastwood
How 'Meccano' inspired generations of engineers
10 000 attend Taffy Long's funeral in 1922
The Destruction of the Bezuidenhout Valley War Memorial
Perfect nuisance and as mad as a hatter - Rudolf Gottfried Steger, Pretoria based photographer from 1898-1919
The 1960 Coalbrook Disaster
Kippies, the club that wasn't there
The History and Restoration of Boschendal
Hastings Ndlovu's day too
Destination Hillbrow - celebrating walking, living and heritage
Wits Art Museum waits, excitedly
Photos of Pageview in 1973
Forty Years Later... SAS Protea and the Kaiyo Maru
Two architects left deep footprints in the development of Windhoek
Gandhi's house for sale (sold in 2009)
Snapshot Photography - Automobiles photographed in South Africa between 1920s to 1960s
The mission schoolboy - Nelson Mandela and missionary education
The traditional ‘two minutes silence in remembrance’ was first observed in Cape Town
Soweto Theatre speaks in many languages

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