Brief History of South Africa, from prehistoric to post apartheid
Explore the fascinating and extraordinary history of South Africa, from its earliest inhabitants to the post apartheid era.
Japie Greying: Bravery in the face of death
At dawn on a dewy, autumn morning in April 1901, Captain J.E.B Seeley and 20 handpicked, well armed British soldiers surrounded a farmhouse situated on Smaldeel, in the district of Hopetown in the …
Dunluce, or Lillianville as it was first known, is a typical late Victorian house with wooden facade and much of the original furnishings. The name means “strong fortress” and is named after Dunluce Castle in Northern Ireland. The house was designed by D W Greatbatch and built in 1897 for Gustav Bonas. It is situated in Kimberley, South Africa.
This postcard shows the memorial to the men of the 92nd Gordon Highlanders who were killed or died as a result of wounds at the Battle of Majuba in 1881. Mount Prospect Cemetery, South Africa
Fascinating Museums in Africa you should visit - MOMO AFRICA
For lovers of history and culture, art and music, a museum is the best place to view relics from ancient time. Museums are known places to explore the culture and heritage of a particular city or nation. Typically, museums provide an avenue for interested visitors to explore the history and the important events that have […]