Heritage Routes and Memorials

Icon Site Guide
The Icon Site Guide was produced by ISER Rhodes University (K Farrington, V Mqingwana, J Peires) on behalf of the Chris Hani District Municipality. Copyright vests with the Chris Hani District Municipality, but Rhodes University is allowed to circulate it for promotional and non-commercial purposes. Icon Site Guide

Amathole Heritage Initiative
The Amathole Heritage Initiative is a project of the Amathole District Municipality, the largest of the six district municipalities that make up South Africa's Eastern Cape province.

This initiative aims to promote and develop the heritage resources of the district through the establishment of a heritage route, the preservation of heritage sites and raising awareness of Amathole's cultural and historical assets.

The Amathole Heritage Route is made up of four sub-routes. These are the Maqoma, Sandile, Phalo and Makana routes. Read more

Sunday Times Heritage Project

In 2006-7, the South African History Archive teamed up with the Sunday Times Heritage Project to develop the archive material on this website

Eastern Cape Memorials

» Archbishop Desmond Tutu: East London Truth and Reconciliation Commission hearing.
» Athol Fugard: background to his play, ’Master Harold … and the boys’.
» Enoch Mgijima: The Eastern Cape prophet and the story of the Bulhoek Massacre.
» George Pemba: One of South Africa’s most talented, but unrecognised, artists.
» Happyboy Mgxaji: Mdantsane’s first great boxing hero.
» Nontetha Nkwenkwe: The Church of the Prophetess Nontetha survives to this day.
» Raymond Mhlaba: the first premier of the new Eastern Cape.

Last Modified: Fri, 15 Jul 2011 14:59:39 SAST