The battle of Spionkop took place between 23 and 24 January 1900. This was another failed attempt by General Buller to relieve Ladysmith. It was a major defeat for the British who suffered heavy losses. These images are from Mount
This is a beautiful book – well worth getting hold of a copy. They were on sale recently at our AGM by SANS member Carol.
The renewal of membership to the Society is now due for 2021/2022. Please support the Society and complete this form and email it to email@example.com along with your proof of payment. Your support is appreciated.
Thesis Topic: Broadening the Black Sash’s Reach: A Biographical Study of Women Activists in The Natal Midlands. To read more, please select Thesis Overview-Sandile Kheswa
The South African National Society will be holding its monthly meeting at the Killie Campbell Museum on Saturday 16 October 2021 at 9.30 am. The Society will be addressed by Juliette Leeb-du Toit, the Research Associate Professor (Art History )
Dear Members and Friends of SANS The attached may be of interest. September is Heritage Month in South Africa and UKZN Press honours the work of our authors in the field of history and heritage, such as the eight volumes
Dear SANS Members and Friends, This is an outline of the SANS Events Diary for the remainder of 2021, so I would ask you to please diarise if you are interested in attending any of the following: WEDNESDAY 22 SEPTEMBER