Aberdeen, located in the eastern Cape features two magnificent churches. The first, built in 1882, is the Wesleyan church which has the usual tower and Gothic windows. The second is the Dutch Reformed Church, in the town centre with a
This beautiful Dutch Reformed Church, in the Warden main square was designed by architect FW Hesse and completed in 1924. The church with space for 1750 congregants dominates this small town. Warden is now bypassed by the N3, so it
This police station in Alexandra Road in Pietermaritburg, was formerly the Natal Mounted Police Barracks. Built by Colonel Hime and completed in 1890. The front facade shown here forms the front of a U shaped building. It is a heritage
The Gandhi Settlement in Inanda was established in 1903. Much of the settlement was destroyed in the 1985 riots, but the printing works(below), survived and the old wood and iron houses restored. There is also a new museum with exhibits
The following address was given at the 2018 AGM to record and give thanks to Hardy and Astrea for their dedication to the Society over the years. FAREWELL ADDRESS TO HARDY AND ASTREA AT A.G.M. 17.11.18. I first met Hardy
This first Quarter review of activities has been drawn up by Chair-lady, Angela St George. The Society has been very active as this informative report will reveal. Click on the link below. First Quarterly Review April 2019
David Hughes a committee member of the South African National Society held a book launch for hid book ‘St Paul’s Anglican Church: and official History’, on 31 January 2019.