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Non-European Unity Movement (NEUM)

  • ZA HPRA AD1709
  • Fundos
  • 1945 (1961-1963) - 1971

Contains minutes, reports, addresses on NEUM and the African People's Democratic Union of South Africa, including documents used as exhibits in the case of K. Hassim and others v. The State.

Department of Justice File

  • ZA HPRA A3302
  • Fundos
  • 1964 - 1994

The compilation contains a list of persons which were held in custody or listed as members of subversive organisations in terms of the Act on Terrorism, Section 6 and 29. Some of the listed persons were charged and tried.

POSTERS AND EPHEMERAL, Various formats

  • ZA AFRAPIX AP6
  • Fundos
  • 1980s

This section will contain various publication formats for which Afrapix photographs were used. The cover image depicts the fold-out brochure produced by Afrapix, Co-ordinator Diane Stuart.

AFRAPIX

Barnett Collection of Photographs

  • ZA HPRA A3311
  • Fundos
  • 1890s-1913

The photographs of Joseph and David Barnett cover the early years of Johannesburg, its buildings and streets; gold mining, mainly on the Witwatersrand, but also as far as Barberton; events like the Jameson Raid in 1895, the Matabele Rebellion in 1896, the Queen Victoria Jubilee in 1897, and the South African War (Anglo Boer War) in 1899-1902; as well as personalities like Cecil Rhodes and Paul Kruger.

Joseph Barnett was born in 1861(?) in Brynmawr, Wales as one of 6 children of Barnett and Ellen Isaacs. He came to Johannesburg around 1888/9, where he started a photographic business in 1895, later joined by his brother David. Both brothers obtained contracts with periodical publications like the illustrated London journal "Black & White". Joseph Barnett died while on holiday in Wales and was buried at his birthplace on the 23 July 1897.
His brother David not only continued with the business Barnett & Co., but also took over Joseph's appointment as special correspondent of "Black and White", taking the photographic work of the brothers further. In the years to follow he contributed many of his pictures of the South African War (1899-1902), published by 'Black and White', and later launched a series of postcards in about 1902. David Barnett died at the age of 90 in 1964.

"The Star" Newspaper

Anthony, V.C. Booth, Papers

  • A1755
  • Fundos
  • 1879-1898

Anthony, V.C. Booth (Colour-Sergeant in the 80th Regiment)

Papers relating to the Battle of I Ntombi River during the Zulu War, 1879. Including: typed copy of a letter from Booth to his family, 14 March1879, describing the engagement in which he won the V.C.; interview with Booth published in The County Express, 9 April 1898; typed copy of a letter from Major C.Tucker to his father, 19 March 1879, describing the battle; hand-drawn plan of the battle; photograph of Booth and his family

Albert Lutuli letter

  • ZA HPRA A3408
  • Fundos
  • 15 June 1953

The letter, written by Albert Lutuli, is addressed to Prof ZK Matthews, dated 15 June 1953

Albert Lutuli makes reference to a letter he received from ZK Matthews on 11 June 1953, and assures him that the letter has not been tempered with. He goes on explaining that he learned from the 'White Press' that Matthews had arrived from the U.S.A. He agrees with Matthews that the bans (Lutuli was a banned person at the time) 'have much nuisance value'. Lutuli then attends to suggestions made by Matthews for the commemoration of 'June 26' 1953, saying that he will be issuing a PRESIDENTIAL MESSAGE AND CALL (written in capital letters) for the whole Union. He also promised that the Working Committee has approved the statement, and that it will be distributed to branches, as well as published in the newspapers 'Bantu World', 'Ilanga' and 'Imvo'. He finally passes greetings to all friends at Fort Hare and signs "Yours in the National Service Albert Lutuli President-General, A.N.C".

The 26 June was traditionally observed by the African National Congress and other organisations, because it was on the 26 June 1950 that the Suppression of Communism Act was passed by the South African government, sparking national protest actions. Following this letter, Albert Lutuli issued his public statement for the commemoration of the 26 June 1953. Furthermore, ZK Matthews proposed a national convention in 1953, calling for a Freedom Charter for a democratic South Africa.

Albert Lutuli

Goldstone Commission 1991-1994, Compilation of documents

  • ZA HPRA AK3342
  • Fundos
  • 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

Herman Max Gluckman, BA Honours Thesis

  • ZA HPRA A1119
  • Fundos
  • 1934

Zulu Ethnography, BA Honours Thesis, University of the Witwatersrand.

Written by Max Gluckman, the thesis covers the history, way of life and customs of the Zulu.

Herman Max Gluckman

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