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Carl Friedrich Adolf Wundram - Piet Retief’s only recorded photographer between the 1890s and 1910
MaSisulu, one of Jozi's most famous
Sandton has a new tallest building!
Peers the Artist - In search of Charles Ernest Peers (Part 2)
Robert Sobukwe - The shaping of an Africanist at Fort Hare
Mandela’s head rises in Howick
The Dube Story
Young Victims Remembered
A remarkable album of early 20th century views of Johannesburg
Crossing the Vaal (at Vereeniging)
Winnie's pain and torture in prison
Original 1913 blueprint of the Yeoville Water Tower unveiled
Home Straight for Massive ANC Archives Digitization Project
A short description of St Michael and All Angels Queenstown
Dorkay House hangs on
Johannesburg in a lithograph circa 1937 - In search of Charles Ernest Peers (Part 1)
Memorial honours Cape slaves
Robert Sobukwe - The shaping of an Africanist at Healdtown Mission Institute
A swastika, Herbert Baker and the Pretoria Station
Where to from here... 20 Years of the National Heritage Resources Act
A hidden gem in the heart of Fourways
Sophiatown land claim payments top R21m
The tree with the most historic significance in old Nelspruit
Mayibuye planned a massive onslaught
A paper on the origins of the original Witwatersrand Gold Fields with special reference to the Witwatersrand Ridge
Harrow Road stonework in Houghton - The wall built by Barnett Lobel
Killarney is stylish living
The Old Synagogue in the Gardens
The story behind Johannesburg's oldest War Memorial
Newtown Workers' Compound commemorates municipal workers
Landmark Potchefstroom building to be sold at auction
They wanted to demolish the Durban Railway Station
My Mission School Memories - Inanda Seminary
Joburg’s market square defined the town
Before there were roads - The journey from Port Elizabeth to Kuruman
Hermanus Lombard and the death of Captain Elliot
Why Alexandra survived apartheid
Restoring Pietermaritzburg's Old Ireland Building in the late 1970s
William Roe (1827-1916) - Long serving Graaff-Reinet based photographer
Chappies, a Joburg creation
A few photographs of Johannesburg at the turn of the 20th century
The South African Victorian photo album (early 1860s into the early 1900s)
We can reclaim our Hillbrow Tower!
Old stamp mills finally go home
Joseph Kirkman's Missing Manuscript - Can the mystery now be put to rest?
Commemorating Sir Herbert Baker's last building in South Africa
Joburg's Khoisan ancestors
Photographs of Johannesburg circa 1892
An elegant lady photographed - Hildagonda Johanna Duckitt (1839 to 1905)
Somerset House's dusty, musty basement

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