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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
Brunel's Big Idea and the South African Connection
The Cullinan Diamond and other remarkable stones from the Premier / Cullinan Mine
The Balcony Building Hermanus - 1906-2018
Visiting the Historic Rynsoord Benoni Cemetery
Ten Majestic Joburg Staircases
Markhams' battle for survival
South African Pavement Photographs (1930s to 1960s) - A Nostalgic reflection
Stories from a Diamond Mine - The Early Days
Kedar Lodge - Heritage, History and Paul Kruger
South Africa’s last coppersmith
Life as a POW - May 1941-45 (Epilogue)
Life as a POW - May 1941-45 (Part 3)
Life as a POW - May 1941-45 (Part 2)
Life as a POW - May 1941-45 (Part 1)
The German churches of the central Natal region
Step into a wagon and go back 200 years
Soap Houses of the Karoo
Visiting the Historic Harrismith Cemetery
Peach and cherry orchards in Linden

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