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Main water Furrow

Main water furrow Christiana

Main Wharf, Durban

Hand coloured print 17.2 x 24.5cm

Maize fields in the Maloti Mountains, Lesotho

 

Handwritten label on page: "Maize fields in the Malutis" / "Champs de Mais de les Malutis"

 

Ramseyer/ Kruger family papers (KCM 96/2) ;

File 28 ;

Page 5a

 

Maize Mill Grinder

Machinery in the mills

Major factors contributing to the sustainable profitability of South African Indian family businesses

Indians arrived in South Africa since 1860 predominantly as indentured labourers. Despite over a century of pointed hostility towards Indian entrepreneurs, they managed to endure hardship and thrive. Today they run some of the most successful family businesses in South Africa.

Major Gentl and the Achimota Wars
Major Gentl and the Achimota Wars
Major Jerry van der Merwe (centre) patrolling Cato Manor with Saracen, 11 April 1960

Major Jerry van der Merwe (centre) patrolling Cato Manor with Saracen, 11 April 1960

Col. Neg. sheet 22 1F

B/W Neg. sheet 426 5F

Majuba Hill, Volksrust

Sepia print 6.3 x 8.9cm 

Makapanstad

KCAV B Makapanstad TVL.20.2.1959.

Makapanstad Bantu Secondary School

Makapanstad Bantu Secondary School, Swartbooistad, 20.2.59

MakerSpace
Makhanya in a Cato Manor shebeen, May 1961

Makhanya in a Cato Manor shebeen, May 1961

Col. Neg. sheet 16 1A

B/W Neg sheet 417 5E

Makhanya in a Cato Manor shebeen, May 1961

Makhanya in a Cato Manor shebeen, May 1961

Col. Neg. sheet 26 3B

B/W Neg. sheet 428 2C

Makhanya in a Cato Manor shebeen, May 1961

Makhanya in a Cato Manor shebeen, May 1961

Col. Neg. sheet 16 2A

B/W Neg. sheet 417 1F

Makhanya moving out of Jeepcoat

Makhanya moving out of Jeepcoat

Col. Neg. sheet 19 3C

B/W Neg. sheet 421 1C

Makhanya takes a last look at his shack in Cato Manor, May 1961

Makhanya takes a last look at his shack in Cato Manor, May 1961

Col. Neg. sheet 19 2C

B/W Neg. sheet 421 1G

Makhosi Fourie

The shoes are made of shoe lace threaded through the tops of mineral cans and sewn into carpet pieces to prevent chaffing. it is then tied around the ankles.

Makhosi Fourie

Metal tops have replaced seed pods which were worn by sangomas.

Makhosi Fourie

Dancing.

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