South African History Websites
South African Historical Society
The society aims to further the study, knowledge and appreciation of history; advance the academic tuition and training of historians; encourage professional communication and co-operation between historians; arrange for papers of common interest to be presented at conferences; and publish a journal containing contributions of a high academic standard. Publishes the South African Historical Journal.
South African History Archive
The South African History Archive (SAHA) is an independent non-governmental organization dedicated to documenting and supporting the struggles for justice in South Africa. Collections include: Freedom of Information, Apartheid Era Security Files, UDF Collections, Oral History, and the TRC Related Collections.
South African History Online
This extensive site provides an impartial account of South African social, economic, political and cultural history.. Includes chronologies, community histories, a history classroom for Grades 4-12, an online library and archive with online versions of many primary resources.
Van Riebeeck Society
The Society established in 1918 to publish primary sources in southern African history, which were inaccessible to the average South African. Since then it has published a volume for every year since then. The volumes of the Van Riebeeck Society have often reflected the period in which they have been published: Dutch period, British -- 1820 settlers, amongst others; South African / Anglo-Boer; travellers' accounts . Writings of black South Africans, more women, and more unusual topics are now sourced.
H-SAfrica is an international electronic discussion group dedicated to the promotion of all aspects of South and Southern Africa history and culture, and Southern African studies in general. A member of H-Net Humanities & Social Sciences OnLine.
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