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Johannesburg’s mayors
Patrick Fletcher - Versatile Pioneer
Herbert Baker’s Stonehouse captures his spirit
Pogonology: South African men and their facial hair - As portrayed in photographs from the Victorian era
Botha House, Lynton Hall & Umdoni Park - Heritage Jewels of KZN
Mathew Woodifield - The Busy Engineer who Disappeared
Unacclaimed South African Railway Photographers (1894 -1940)
Q&A with Kathy Munro
A Royal Rapport, How the Windsors met a Hohenzollern in Queenstown
Preserving the only submarine museum in Africa
John Scott Tucker - Ineffective Official who Abolished his own Post
Vandalised headstones in Brixton Cemetery
Finding Job Maseko - It is not Masego, it is Maseko
A visit to the South African Airways Museum at Rand Airport
All the winners from the Herbert Prins Colosseum Awards
A remarkable Pretorian: Photographer Dotman Pretorius (1917-1999)
Great Mechanical Engineers of the South African Railways & Harbours (Part 2)
A personal tribute to Marcus Holmes
From Bergville to East Africa (1916-1918), never to return…
More than a century ago: “Toen en Nu” (Then and Now) - A poem by Ompie
Carruthers and Frescura receive highest honour in the heritage community
Charles Davidson Bell - Renaissance Man at the Cape
Great Mechanical Engineers of the South African Railways & Harbours (Part 1)
Secrets of the Brown Family Plot in Brixton Cemetery
George Pilkington - The Elderly Gentleman Who Kept up The Good Work
Blue plaques celebrate historic sporting moments in Gqeberha (Port Elizabeth)
Visual Reflection on Pretoria’s early places of Worship - 1857 to the end of the 1920s
A few memories of Indian Elephants at the Joburg Zoo
Thomas Charles John Bain - One of South Africa's greatest engineers
The Blue Plaques of Gqeberha (Port Elizabeth) - Part 1
Murrell Robinson Robinson - Dedicated Public Servant
Mystery of Braamfontein's arched grave solved!
The Battle behind Isandlwana - The fight for the Amanzimnyama Drift and Fugitive's Trail
"I knew in that instant that my life on the run was over" - The capture of Nelson Mandela 5 August 1962
Henry Fancourt White - Pass-builder Remembered by Golfers
Solving the riddle of the site of all the late 1938 to early 1940s burials in the Brixton Cemetery
More Memories of Parktown Preparatory School (PTPS)
John Montagu - Administrator Who Made Things Happen
The Nedbank Historical Collective - Exploring the oldest collective financial institution in South Africa - Part 2
The Weeping Cross from Delville Wood
Andrew Geddes Bain - Iconic Pass Builder and Father of Geology in South Africa
The reinterment of the remains of the first (and last) Consul General of the Ottoman Empire posted to South Africa
The Lost World of Denver Station
Beyers Naudé - From Pariah to National Hero
Charles Jasper Selwyn - Military Engineer who left his mark on the Eastern Cape
Solving the Mystery Behind "Grannie's Grave" in Braamfontein Cemetery
Delville Wood - The costliest action the South African Brigade fought on the Western Front
Gordons Bay Coastal Defence Battery 1943
Probably the earliest record of Ndebele wall decoration I have discovered to date
Charles Cornwallis Michell - The Father of Civil Engineering in South Africa
A Short History of the Battles of Silkaatsnek
Anglo-Boer War Stereo Photographs - Produced by Keystone View Company
The Place of Kasteelberg in Khoekhoe History
The Mystery of the Missing Major General
A Short History of Talana Farm Cemetery
William Cuthbert Holloway - The Soldier who Built a Splendid Mountain Road
The Battle of Nooitgedacht - The biggest battle fought in the Magaliesberg
Locating the Victims of the 1922 Rand Revolt
A Celebration of the Life of Robert Rupert Forsyth
Grandma's Notes - Life at the beginning of the 20th Century
A Transvaal Colony Dog Tag from 1903
An Unusual 1954 Railway Map of South Africa
Johannesburg based artist’s 1960s photographic portfolio resurfaces
A Short History of the Battle of Dwarsvlei
Dr Willem Henri Jacobus Punt: South African Heritage Pioneer (26/04/1900 - 22/05/1981)
The Kruger Houses at Boekenhoutfontein
Old photographs of the massive Braamfontein Coal Stage
Visiting historic Hanover via Springfontein
A Short History of the Talana Glass Factory
The Silences around the Makapan Cave Siege of 1854
Kate’s Legacy - Seeking the family of an abandoned box of beautiful old photographs
A short history of the Battle of Kalkheuwel
The Story Behind the 1922 Rand Revolt Centenary Stone
The Natal Volunteer Indian Ambulance Services in the Boer War - Legend and Reality
Traces of the Basuto Wars
Uproar in the Cape - The Arrival of the Convict Ship Neptune in 1849
The Sunnyside Spook House
“In Memoriam” - Significance of the photograph during the mourning process
The tragic stories about the early doctors of Potchefstroom
Extraordinary Guide to South and East Africa on the eve of World War I
William Smith: Educator
Merther, Minerals & Migrations - Three generations of the Lavin family
Century old photographs reveal the story of James Gribble, Paarl based photographer
Iconic Kaaimans River Railway Bridge Declared a Provincial Heritage Site
Coal mining and the Anglo Boer War 1899-1902
A Chance in a Million - Identical photographs found on different continents
Spectacular old photographs of Joburg from above
Remarkable Photographs Emerge from Joburg Family Archive
Mystery photographs of two forgotten Salvation Army jamborees in South Africa
Visiting the Historic Village of Wakkerstroom
Victoria Cross special awards with a South African connection
Mr. Bellman’s Hangar
The History of Jacaranda Trees in Pretoria
Malagas/Malgas and Joseph Barry
Tour competition encourages students to explore their city
Fire at Parliament: Statement from the Heritage Association of South Africa (HASA)
Westcliff Stairs honoured with Blue Plaques
Homage to Zoo Lake, Johannesburg
Heritage Processes in South Africa - Frequently asked questions
Car spotting at the Kruger National Park in the 1970s