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Nagle Dam on the Umgeni River between Pietermaritzburg and Durban, was built in 1950 by Umgeni Water, and Durban Municipality, as a main water supply for Durban. The dam has a special flood attenuation system that diverts flood waters from
The above book is a joint effort of Franco Frescura (formerly Chair of Architecture at UKZN), and Joyce Myeza who was a Fulbright Scholar at Simmons College, Boston. She is currently the Director of Libraries and Special Collections at UKZN.
SA National Society Program for August ‘India’ Click link above for word version of program
For those interested in S.A.’s botany this well researched book written by Hugh Clarke and Michael Charters , and edited by Eugene Moll, is a valuable addition to anyone’s collection. Click on the links to read about the book contents.
For details of Highway Heritage Society news, click on this link Highway Heritage Society July Newsletter
As a South African National Society Member, we feature Hugh Glenn’s (and Braam Van Wyk’s) book of trees introduced into South Africa. The book published in 2016 by Struik, covers 600 of the over 2000 tree species introduced into South
Read More by clicking on this link: The Indian War Memorial (2).pdf a
The Bhambatha Rebellion of 1906, led by iNkosi uBhambatha kaMancinza Zondi, was sparked off by the imposition of a Poll Tax by the Colonial Government of Natal. The dissatisfaction, grievances and defiance of the Zulu nation, had many precedents, which
To commemorate the start of WWI and to recognize the bravery of S.A. Soldiers who endured the massacre at Delville Wood during the Battle of the Somme, an exhibition was set up at the Kwa- Muhle Museum. This exhibition has