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Justice and Peace records

  • ZA HPRA AG2613
  • Fundos
  • 1982 - 1996

This collection is drawn from the Johannesburg Office of Justice and Peace. However it also contains material pertaining to national structures such as the SACBC and its various commissions including the Diocesan Commission for Justice and Peace with the Episcopal Vicar at its head.

This Office had painstakingly built up a resource centre which focused on certain topics such as Aids, Human Rights, Negotiations, Elections etc. In certain cases material which is duplicated elsewhere has been removed and reintegrated with other collections. This includes publications produced by The Black Sash, The Human Rights Commission, The Independent Board of Inquiry and Peace Action, all of whose papers are housed in Historical Papers. Journals which have been removed include: Constitutional Talk, RDP News, MPD News - Newsletter of the Institute for Multi-Party Democracy, Africa South, Work in Progress, NRDF Rural Monitor, Prodder Newsletter - Programme for Development Research and certain United Nations publications. All of the above can be found in various library depots situated on Wits Campus.

Justice and Peace

Association for Social Work Education in Africa (ASWEA)

  • ZA HPRA AG3303
  • Fundos
  • 1972 - 1989

The collection contains documents originating from the work of the Association for Social Work Education in Africa (ASWEA), being reports of the seminars of ASWEA that were published between 1971-1989, and a booklet explaining the historical background, objectives, governing body, functions and activities of ASWEA.

Association for Social Work Education in Africa (ASWEA)

Leo Fouche

  • ZA HPRA A1071
  • Fundos
  • 1387 - 1791

The collection contains documents of the (French) Ministry of Water and Forest, principally pertaining to Albert François de Stappens, King's Councillor and Minister of Waters and Forests. In addition to the official documents on land disputes, surveying, road work and forestry, there are household accounts of Madame de Stappens for wine, dresses, jewellery, furniture, hats and meat. Also included are documents of the various estates, including the Seigneuries of Corbinaut and Herlies (Beaufremez family), the Marquisat of Roubaix (d'Essart family), as well as a 14th century document of the d'Ays family. Subjects are leases, sales of land, conditions of vassals and tenant farmers, estate expenses, land disputes and appointment of bailiffs.

Donald Rolfe Hunt Papers

  • ZA HPRA A1655
  • Fundos
  • 1860-1946

This collection comprises the memoirs and some of the official and personal papers of Donald Rolfes Hunt, a Sub-Native Commissioner who worked amongst the Bapedi people in the Lydenburg district of the Transvaal in the early Twentieth Century.

Reference is made to Hunt's experiences in the 2nd Anglo-Boer war and the first world war, but the collection focuses on the history, culture and administration of the people with whom he worked: the Bapedi; the Bakgatla, the Barolong, the Batlokwa & the Batlov. Much of the material relates to directives of The Native Affairs Department of The Transvaal; also included are government and other publications, annotated by Hunt, as well as maps and a photograph album compiled by Hunt. He died on 3 May 1949.

Hunt, Donald Rolfe

Arthur Aaron Boss

  • ZA HPRA A1631
  • Fundos
  • 1879

Arthur Aaron Boss (1861-1955) was a soldier and stockbroker. His diary, dated 22 February - 29 June 1879, relates to the campaign against Chief Morosi, the taking of the mountain and death of the Chief which resulted in the decline of the Baphuti tribe. It is accompanied by a plan of the mountain, a typscript of the diary by Dr P.H. Butterfield (30 pages) and an article on the campaign in The Star, 29 June 1929. The original can be found in the Johannesburg Public Library.

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