The history of one of the oldest bridges in Southern Africa
A Short Masterclass on Boundary Walls
The Story of the Douglas DC-3
Limit State Design of Buildings and the Preservation Engineer
The conservation of The Victoria & Alfred Waterfront as an historic precinct
Lion Battery - The Russians and the Noon Gun
A Short History of Plettenberg Bay's 'oldest surviving building'
Robben Island Garrison Church - Poor maintenance aggravates the problem
Robben Island Garrison Church - Costly restoration goes horribly wrong
Robben Island Garrison Church - The 2004 Restoration
A Short History of the Robben Island Garrison Church
A Short History of one of the oldest houses in South Africa
Sir William Hoy (1868-1930) - His life beyond Hermanus
Carl von Brandis - The Father of Johannesburg
Commemorating the first public library in South Africa
A Short History of the Cape St Francis Lighthouse
44 Main Street - The Jewel in Anglo's Crown
Crack Trains of South Africa - Then and Now
Restoring one of Kimberley's grandest homes in 1976
The Story behind Outspan Road Morningside
South African Radar in the Overstrand in World War II
The Scheffel Bogie and the Rail Gauge
Old Town House Greenmarket Square
The History of Bryanston
British 'heroes' commemorated in Kensington street names
Refurbishing the Muizenberg Carnegie Library and Post Office
Discovery of a cannonball that was fired during the Battle of Muizenberg (1795)
Taking care of the family silver...
Giuseppe Maniscalco's long walk from Ethiopia to South Africa
HF Gros and his remarkable collection of early Transvaal Photographs
Foster Gang Detective Tells his Story
Remembering an Act of 'Utter Barbarism' in Port Elizabeth
A Lone Hill of National Importance
When did Johannesburg first appear on a map?
The Port Elizabeth Railway Station
Growing up on a Sandton Farm
Heritage Excursions that Inspire
Honouring the 'Father of Nguni Literature'
Some ordinary and extraordinary events from Johannesburg in 1904
The Eastern Star Museum in Grahamstown: a case study in conservation
Saving the grave of Bryanston's mystery man
Remembering Bryanston's Grand Hunting Estate
Photographs of Johannesburg in the late 1950s and early 1960s
A Sandstone Architect of Oudtshoorn
Johannesburg in 1893
The man who discovered the Sterkfontein Caves
Norman House - Gone but not forgotten
Ouma keeps historic town alive
A Short History of the Company's Garden, Cape Town
South Africa's First Multiracial Restaurant during Apartheid