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|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
|What was Boksburg like in 1903?
|Millbank - The Closest Historic Mill to Johannesburg
|Mills of the Cederberg
|The Mills of Potchefstroom
|What was the Crystal Palace?
|Rousing Interest among the Young
|Wonder Theatre for the Miracle City - Opening Programme Find
|Gandhi - Inclusive Icon or Sectarian Symbol
|Top Heritage Award for Dr Roger Fisher
|Tribute to Karel Bakker
|Cutting Edge 3D Technology Brings Historic Corbelled Houses to Life
|Origins and Architecture of the William Cullen Library at Wits
|The Historic Forester's Cottage Knysna
|Looking back at the Roeland Street Prison
|The Significance of Beacons and Boundaries
|Memories of Grand Prix Racing in Johannesburg in the 1930s
|The Great Isambard Kingdom Brunel
|Who was the Corlett in Corlett Drive?
|Memorial to President John F Kennedy in Sandton
|Amazing Photographs of Historic Nedbank Branches
|Life was hard for a woman on the Rand in the early days
|Joubert Park Lives - A 2016 Visit
|Lest We Forget - The case for the documentation of missionary education heritage in South Africa
|Sandton's Forgotten Race Track
|The Laurels - A Piece of Mooi River History
|Raid, Rhodes, Railways, Rinderpest, Rebellion and Ruin
|Finding the earliest known photographs of Prince Albert in a Johannesburg Charity Shop
|The Birth of the Union Buildings
|Tiger Brands Heritage in Danger
|Using the latest technology to digitise maps and posters at the Kwazulu-Natal Museum
|The Colosseum - From a Cinema Fantasy of the Thirties to Modern apartment living in Johannesburg
|Was there really a Mushroom Farm in Sandton Central?
|Unanswered Questions 120 Years after the Great Braamfontein Dynamite Explosion
|Port Elizabeth City Hall was almost demolished
|Hunting for Rivonia's First Shop
|South Africa is an ideal destination for heritage railway tourism
|Peeling back the layers of Orange Grove
|Aerial photographs that tell two stories!
|The Controversial Naming of Sandton
|The Preservation of Pimville Soweto
|Sandton's Forgotten Monument
|Magnificent Sketches of the Early Buildings of Mahikeng
|The History of Daventry Court
|No other building materials have advanced the built environment as much as steel and concrete
|Heroic Efforts to Save the Kimberley City Hall
|Newtown's Edwardian Lavatory survives against the odds
|The Economy of Potchefstroom 1838-1880
|Roaming the Western Cape Rails
|All hell has broken loose in Barberton! Rimer's Creek Saga continues
|Three Historic Johannesburg Passes
|The Founding of Potchefstroom
|Frescura, with good reason, suggests that conservation in South Africa is a disaster
|South Africa's Oldest Windmill
|A Short History of Steel
|The Early History of Boksburg
|Panning for Gold in Sandton
|Museum Africa: An internationally renowned Africana collection at risk
|Old Images of South Africa's Town Halls
|What remains of the Jameson Raid
|The Famous Hanging Building at 78 Fox Street
|Last Chance to see 'A City Refracted'
|A Short History of Craighall
|Is it still worth planning?
|New Chapter in the History of the Joburg CBD is upon us
|Nukain Mabuza’s Painted Rock Garden on the main road between Kaapmuiden and Barberton
|The Railway Link to Namibia
|Restoring Queen Victoria - A glimpse into the life of a Conservation Technician
|Origins of Emmarentia Dam
|The Record Breakers - Johannesburg's Tallest Buildings over time
|One of the most extraordinary archaeological and historical phenomena in Southern Africa
|Air Crash Monument a Must
|Busting Out - Transplanting the heart of Johannesburg in the 1960s
|Gone but not Forgotten - Johannesburg's oldest Mosque
|Tunnel at Waterval Boven - Probably the best-known and most famous of all NZASM structures
|Johannesburg's First Air Conditioned Building
|Barberton Blockhouse Cleaned and Secured
|Johannesburg's Beerhalls Crisis
|Where else can you cross paths with Nelson Mandela and Mahatma Gandhi in one day?
|Newtown Cooling Towers - Preserve or Demolish?
|I'll Break OK Bazaars
|Walking Tour of Historic Paarl
|The Battle to Save the Colosseum Theatre
|From the Alps to the Highveld
|Johannesburg celebrates the Coronation of King Edward VII in 1902
|Spanish Train and Other Stories - Some thoughts on the AFRO 4000 Saga
|A Deeper Look at Johannesburg's New Street Names
|From the ashes of South Africa's worst earthquake rise the old buildings of Tulbagh
|The Birth of the Market Theatre
|Who was the Douglas in Douglasdale?
|Who was the Marshall in Marshallstown?
|NZASM Structures of the Southern Line
|NZASM Structures of the Rand Tram
|Historical Conservation in South Africa - An Unmitigated Disaster?
|Cape Colony Convict Stations and Road Construction Crews
|What did Johannesburg look like in 1889?
|The Fascinating History of Randburg