Girl's initiation dance, 1931. From the Monica and Godfrey Wilson Collection. The photographs in this digital archive are reproductions of negatives captured by Monica Hunter in Pondoland and the Eastern Cape in 1931 and 1932, and by Monica Hunter Wilson and Godfrey Wilson in Bunyakyusa between 1934 and 1937.
African National Congress meeting in Cape Town, prior to the organisation's unbanning in 1960. One of 3500 digital images in the Independent Newspapers Archive. Topics range from social conditions in and around Cape Town, key protests in pre- and post apartheid periods as well as a broad spectrum of political activity, sport and a very large collection of images on prominent figures (sport, social, political).
Photograph of Cornelia Bullen-Smith (on left) and Beva Runciman, who chained themselves to the gates of Parliament in protest against the death of a child in detention. They are watched by three policemen. From the Black Sash collection of photographs and documents.
Kogelberg Nature Reserve. Image from the CSIR: Database of Landscape Photographs collection. These landscape photographs provide extensive coverage of several important fynbos biome catchment areas in the Western Cape such as Jakkalsrivier, Jonkershoek, Zachariashoek, Kogelberg and the Cedarberg.
Drawing of the proposed gateway entrance to Vergelegen, Somerset West. From the Ian Ford Archive. Undertaken over a period of 30 approximately years, this archive demonstrates excellence in Landscape Architectural Practice.
From the San (Bushman) photographs of Dorothea Bleek. Dorothea Bleek continued the work of her father and aunt, recording and documenting the San languages of Southern Africa and publishing books and articles based both on her own work and theirs.