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SANNC Postage Stamp

  • ZA HPRA A3326
  • collection
  • 2012

Sheet of postage stamps, first-day cover and explanatory text.

South African Post Office

From Verwoerd to Mandela

  • ZA HPRA A3325
  • collection
  • 2011

The collection contains the contributions received from members of the foreign service of South Africa between the years 1960 to 1994. These 'raw' versions of contributions were used to compile the trilogy "From Verwoerd to Mandela: South African diplomats remember", compiled by Pieter Wolvaardt, Tom Wheeler and Werner Scholtz. A number of general emails have also been included to add further context.

The trilogy consists of the volumes 1) The wild honey of Africa, 2) The noose tightens, and 3) Total onslaught to normalisation, and has been compiled from the contributions of more than 100 ex-South African diplomats. The texts contain varied stories from the Apartheid-era diplomatic service with material and photographs never previously published. Reference is made to the published volumes at the William Cullen Library, University of the Witwatersrand.

Constitutional Court Trust Oral History Project

  • ZA HPRA AG3368
  • collection
  • 2011-2012

The "Audible Legacy" Project aimed to capture the memories and experiences of the people involved in the formative stages of South Africa's Constitutional Court, to record in comprehensive, reliable and accessible form their memories of how an abstract constitutional ideal was converted into a functioning constitutional organism.

Constitutional Court Trust

Anglican Canon Law Council Southern Africa

  • ZA HPRA AB3425
  • collection
  • 2010-2016

The collection contains records relating to the activities of the Anglican Church of Southern Africa's Canon Law Council. There are legal documents, diocesan reports, minutes of the meetings and correspondence.

Canon Law regulates the internal ordering of the Catholic Church, the Eastern Orthodox and the Anglican Communion. Canon Law is amended and adopted by the legislative authority of the church, such as councils of bishops, individual bishops, the Pope for the Catholic Church, and the British Parliament for the Church of England. In South Africa Canon Law is an Amalgam of Roman-Dutch Civil Law and English Common Law, as well as the Customary Law. Bishops and church leaders should know how to respect and uphold Canon Law and the regulations of the church in all forms. Canon Law should be included in training of the clergy.

Anglican Church of Southern Africa (ACSA)

Inge Neugebauer

  • ZA HPRA A3287
  • collection
  • 2010

MA Thesis about the Swiss Mission in South Africa - Lemana Training Institution, by Inge Neugebauer, Master of Arts in African Studies, University of Basel, Switzerland, 2010, in German.

Title: "Ein Jahrzehnt der Ungewissheit: Von der Segregation zur Apartheid in einer Suedafrikanischen Schule. Lemana Training Institution 1948-1958."

Labour Struggles Project, Interviews

  • ZA HPRA A3402
  • collection
  • 2009-2012

The project was designed to complement the existing labour collection housed at Historical Papers and to ensure that South African labour/human rights documentation which is under threat is preserved and made easily accessible. The Project recognised the dynamic potential of oral history and testimony in providing a meaningful context through which the labour movement in South Africa can be documented in its full complexity, and communicated in ways that illuminate the specific historical, political and cultural contexts in which it occurs.

Goldstone Commission 1991-1994, Compilation of documents

  • ZA HPRA AK3342
  • collection
  • 2009

Project report relating to the Goldstone Commission, published by the Human Rights Institute of South Africa.

The DVD, compiled by HURISA contains a compilation of reports, press releases, submissions and verbatim evidence.

Commission of Inquiry Regarding the Prevention of Public Violence and Intimidation

Rev. Christopher Charles Watts

  • ZA HPRA AB3254
  • collection
  • 2008

Biographical notes by Michael Martin on Rev Watt's life and ministry, 2008.

Legal Resources Centre (LRC), Oral History Project

  • ZA HPRA AG3298
  • collection
  • 2006 - 2009

History of the Legal Resources Centre (LRC)Oral History Project:

The LRC Oral History Project was initiated in 2006, by the Southern Africa Legal Services Foundation (SALS) for the Legal Resources Trust, the body responsible for the assets and policy of the Legal Resources Centre. The project, funded by the Atlantic Philanthropies, the Carnegie Corporation of New York, the Ford Foundation, the John D. and Catherine T. Mac Arthur Foundation, the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and the Rockefeller Brothers Fund, collected a record of the early years of the LRC, which was established in 1979.

This was done through interviews with a wide range of stakeholders including legal practitioners, practising in and out of the LRC fold, other staff, associates and Clients. Interviewers include journalist Ms. Hunter-Gault and Dr. Patel, an oral historian.

Interviewees include Justice Arthur Chaskalson, Geoff Budlender, Sir Sidney Kentridge, Justice Albie Sachs and Archbishop Desmond Mpilo Tutu among many others. A total of 200 people were interviewed.

Justice Albie Sachs' interview includes reflections on the cases taken to the Constitutional Court and Archbishop Tutu speaks about his perceptions in his role as Patron. Dr. Patel made a serious attempt to include fellows, women, and long-term administrative staff and candidate attorneys who clerked at the LRC and to interview members of associated legal organizations. She also conducted interviews of South Africans who were visiting or had moved to the United States and with Americans who had served on SALSs Board of Directors or had a long association with the LRC. Ms. Hunter-Gault videotaped interviews of Geoff Budlender and Justice Arthur Chaskalson in South Africa.

The collection consists of 201 interviews recorded as digital audio recordings and transcripts. The dates of the material range from 2006 to 2010. These dates refer to the recordings and the transcribing of the recordings. The roles of the interviewees are wide-ranging, including people who were not employed by the LRC. The roles are recorded as part of the description. Content of the interviews reflect the history of the development of the LRC and the cases and causes that were involved.

Legal Resources Centre (LRC)

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