ARTICLES

Activism by Sandton Ratepayers in the 1990s
Judge Dikgang Moseneke at Kilnerton Institution
Raw material for the study of the transition from Boer administration to colonial British management
Circa has landed
A journey into the rich history of the vandalised Scottish Horse Memorial Kensington
Visiting the oldest extant cemetery in South Africa
Red Beret, Red Cross, Red Star - The remarkable story of Lippy Kessel
Brenthurst, Joburg’s breathtaking secret garden
South Africa’s Oldest Bank - An epic photographic journey
Exceptional collection of Africana goes on auction
Visiting the Historic Williston Cemetery
The Village and Buildings of Cullinan
The Indian War Memorial: National Memory and Selective Forgetting
The South African who gave the world the deep level underground railway
Ex Libris - Rediscovering Bookplates
Forbidden Images (1960s to 1980s) - Illegal photographs captured by young men conscripted into the South African Military
Meet Lady Anne Barnard
The student’s guide to studying heritage in South Africa
Leadership and the role SAHRA can play to facilitate connectivity with and between museums
German connections and the overall significance of the Yeoville Water Tower
The birth certificate of the Yeoville Water Tower
Marc Latilla is a Joburg enthusiast – Then and Now
The fascinating story behind one of Sandton's oldest shops
Summer holidays, Sunshine, Swimwear, Suntan lotion and Sand buckets - South African Beach Photographers (1930s to 1960s)
Cullinan Mine - Open Pit and Haulage
Tracey’s Folly still stands proud
German War Graves in South Africa
Visiting the Historic Middelburg Cemetery (Mpumalanga)
Remembering the East Africa Campaign during World War I
Touch Joburg’s gold mining days at the Rand Club
Gone but not forgotten - The landmark Barlow Fountain
Sport and People of Cullinan
The search for Enoch Sontonga
Zulu and the Zulus - New documentary to be filmed in KwaZulu-Natal in 2019
Anglo-Boer War - Stereo Photographs produced by Underwood & Underwood 
William Henry Hewitt VC (1884-1966)
The Poster Age, 1968-1972 - Plastering the Campus red and blue and black
In conversation with Jan van Wijk - The refurbishment of the Rembrandt Gallery, Wits University
Barnett's Views of Johannesburg and Suburbs - A window on the world that was early Johannesburg
Wilge River - Supplying water to the Premier Mine
Building Africa's Tallest Building - The Leonardo, Sandton
Phillip Tobias, the mensch
Reflections on the end of World War I and the impact of war
Visiting the Historic Primrose Cemetery (Germiston)
Cleaning the Joburg Cenotaph - Before, During and After
Markhams Building and the Cape Town Connection
The McHardy Family of Cullinan
Some thoughts on Keiskammahoek
Subway mural brings Fietas alive (in 2010)
From Dortmund with Love - The Yeoville Water Tower in Johannesburg, 1913-1914

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