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Zulu War of 1879, Treaties

  • ZA HPRA A563
  • Fonds
  • 1879 - 1883

Treaties entered into by Sir Garnet Wolseley with the Zulu chiefs individually at Ulundi, Fort Cambridge, Conference Hill and Pietermaritzburg between September and October 1879, by which the Chiefs acknowledged British victory and accepted their territories and chieftainships under the British crown of Queen Victoria. Supplementary conditions were explained to Sibebu by the British resident, Zululand and agreed to at Inhlazatyi on the 5 January 1883.

These treaties bear the signatures of Sir Garnet Wolseley, Sir Theophilus Shepstone and the Chiefs and Indunas.

Zuid Afrikaansche Wyn Depot

  • ZA HPRA a579
  • Fonds
  • 1833-1845

'12 jaaren speculatien sedert 1st Maart 1833 tot ultima February 1845 onder bestuur van L. Cauvin als agent', 1845.

A balance sheet for 12 years' operation of the South African Wine Depot. Includes names of ships, captains and destinations to which wine is being exported.

Zonnebloem College Records

  • ZA HPRA AB2620
  • Fonds
  • 1908 - 1989

These records relate mainly to Zonnebloem College after it became a Training College for 'Coloured' students. For earlier records, see AB1363/Z2.

Zebediela Citrus Estate, Records

  • ZA HPRA A1724
  • Fonds
  • 1862 - 1974

This collection comprises the records of some of the land companies within the massive Schlesinger organisation, with the focus, through sheer volume, being on Zebediela Citrus Estate.

Numerous problems arose when trying to devise a cataloguing system: on the one hand were the citrus estates themselves and on the other, their financial underpinning of the real estate and investment companies that formed part of the Schlesinger Organisation. This was further complicated by the mergers, purchases and liquidations of the holding companies.

Was one then to organise the material in terms of holding company - African Realty Trust, African Irrigated Land Company and so on - or citrus estate? While Zebediela was obviously the focus of the collection, it could equally have been catalogued as merely one of the larger African Realty Trust concerns.

A compromise was therefore struck between chronological and substantive coherence and commercial accuracy. Thus sections A-C are concerned primarily with Citriculture, and are classified according to estate - Zebediela, Letaba and Nuden respectively. By 1962, Muden, Letaba and Zebediela had all been consolidated Into one company - Consolidated Citrus Estates, and thus form section D.

There is an artificial distinction between Sections A and E - Zebediela and African Realty Trust, respectively; however, in the interests of coherence, this was felt to he justifiable.

Unfortunately, few records remain to document events at Zebediela beyond the early 1960s. Zebediela then fell within Lebowa, having been taken over by the South African Bantu Trust in the mid 1970s. The latter, in turn handed it over to the Bantu Investment Corporation in 1976 for the sum of R1. 2 million.

Other records in this collection document, in bare outline, developments in other land companies owned by the Schlesinger Organisation.

Zebediela Citrus Estate

Young Christian Students South Africa (YCS), Records

  • ZA HPRA AG3375
  • Fonds
  • 1970-2002

The collection of the Young Christian Students (YCS) includes records relating to reports, minutes of the meetings, documents on projects, workshops, conferences, publications, posters, correspondence, educational material on of higher education transformation, the 1994 elections, international Christian students organisations and other South African youth organisations cooperating with the YCS.

Young Christian Students South Africa

Xwe African Wild Life Investigation and Research Centre records

  • ZA HPRA AG3216
  • Fonds
  • 1983 - 2006

PLEASE NOTE: Item 2.1.2 contains the Report of the Commission of Inquiry into the Alleged Smuggling of and Illegal Trade in Ivory and Rhinoceros Horn in South Africa. The Report has been digitised and can be downloaded.

Wulf Sachs

  • ZA HPRA A2120
  • Fonds
  • 1944

The collection contains the typscript for "African tragedy: the life story of a native doctor", written by the Psycho-analyst Wulf Sachs (1893-1949). There is no date on the typescript, it was received in 1944, and has 'Draft' written on its spine. The content is similar to "Black Anger" by W. Sachs, published in 1947, as it deals with the same character 'John'. But whereas "African tragedy" is told in the first person, "Black Anger", although including identical incidents, is written by Wulf Sachs as told to him by 'John'.

World War II, 1939-1945, Prisoner-of-war Camp, Zonderwater

  • ZA HPRA A134
  • Fonds
  • 1942-1944

42 textbooks, written in the camp and reproduced for the use of prisoners by the Scuola Duc d'Aosta, including courses in technical subjects as well as elementary reading and writing. Also a pamphlet P.O.W. exhibition of arts and crafts, 1944 and Italian-English and English-Italian Practical Pocket Dictionary by S.G. Ellis-Clarke, H. Sonnabend and E. Ventura, Zonderwater, Apr. 1944.

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