The collection contains Correspondence, reports, memoranda, minutes and bursary applications relating to finance, health, education, juvenile delinquency, unemployment and the administration of the township. It also includes Advisory Board and Management Committee minutes and correspondence. Other organisations involved are the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research, National Development Foundation, South African Institute of Race Relations, South African Bureau of Racial Affairs and the Transvaal Municipal Association.
A collection of records, mainly relating to the policies of the Communist Party of South African (CPSA) in the late 1920s. Includes papers from the 6th Communist Party Congress in Moscow, with contributions by members of the CPSA, correspondence of E. Roux and Brian Bunting, Communist Party leaflets and the constitution and records of the 'League of African Rights.'.
This collection records social history in South Africa from circa 1880-1970. The photographs were collected by Luli Callinicos for the History Workshop, in the Department of History at Wits. They were donated to Historical Papers by Prof. P Bonner in 1999. A few of the photos are duplicates of those in the Pearson collection of early Johannesburg, but have been retained in the History Workshop collection as it provides a very extensive portrayal of the social history of South Africa over a long period.
Notebook of Madinda Tshabalala containing his thoughts about African Nationalism, Pass Laws, Black Consciousness and Native Service Contracts. He was an ordinary and probably one of the founding member of the Pan Africanist Congress, arrested, detained, jailed and under house arrest for his political activities between 1960 and 1983.
With brief biographical notes provided by Nonkululeko Tshabalala.
The softcover publication was part of the series "The Bantu tribes of South Africa: Reproductions of photographic studies" entitled "The Bavenda", by A.M. Duggan-Cronin, with an introductory article on the Bavenda and descriptive notes on the grayscale plates by G.P. Lestrade, Ethnologist from the Native Affairs Department of the Union of South Africa.
Printed at the Cambridge University Press for Cambridge Deighton, Bell & Co., Ltd. and Kimberley Alexander McGregor Memorial Museum, 1928.
The booklet was compiled and written by Bill Goldsworthy. In it he relates the story of the New Zealander Edwin John Harris which is closely connected to the history of the "Steinaeckers Horse" Unit, which was formed during the South African War (1899-1902). After the war EJ Harris was involved in several more conflicts in Natal, German West Africa and in German East Africa.