Donations received in 2013




The APC was grateful to receive a financial donation from Professor Richard Dale.  Professor Dale’s donation is an annual contribution towards the printing of the APC newsletter, Concord.  The APC acknowledges Professor Dale’s continuous support and interest in the Centre.


The APC received an annual financial donation from the Natal Society Foundation Trust.The APC acknowledges the continious support and interest in the Centre.


The following archival donations were gratefully received:


University of KwaZulu-Natal: 100 years of academic excellence in the Province (1910-2010) Kind donation from Corporate Relations (Publications Unit) UKZN


Bill Guest donated a copy of his book Trek and Transition: A history of the Msunduzi and Ncome Museums (incorporating the Voortrekker Complex 1912-2012)


Robert Alexander MacIntosh kindly donated the following: Maccy : A guest for freedom: A story of a Teacher and His Dog by R. MacIntosh; As heaven Intended: A Selection of poems, writings and songs by Robert Alexander MacIntosh; As Heaven Intended (CD): A selection of poetry read by Anthony Higgins written by Robert Alexander MacIntosh and As Heaven Intended : When the Sun Becomes My Heart (CD): A selection of poetry read by Anthony Higgins written by Robert Alexander MacIntosh


Jewel Koopman kindly donated Children at the Forefront: A history of Thandanani Children’s Foundation (1989-2009) by Matthew Le Cordeur and Thandi Davies


Dr Henry Oakeley, FRCP FLS Royal College of Physicians, kindly donated Doctors in the Medicinal Garden: Plants named after physicians by H. Oakeley


Roy Sargeant kindly donated Cry, the Beloved Country: the play, a play adaptation by Roy Sargeant


Estelle Liebenberg–Barkhuizen donated Putting women on the agenda edited by Susan Bazilli


Kind donation by The Natal Society Foundation: Health in Pietermaritzburg (1838-2008): A history of urbanisation and disease in an African City by Julie Dyer


The APC received a photograph from Randolph Vigne taken by Dr Hans Fransen at the Liberal Party study camp in the Karoo, 1962


Mary Kleinenberg donated 3 Black Sash interview tapes and transcripts to the Centre’s Oral History Project collection:  Paula Krynauw interviewed by Mary Kleinenberg; Mary Kleinenberg interviewed by Alleyn Diesel; and Jennie Bowen interviewed by Mary Kleinenberg


Stuart Freedman kindly donated his book Durban Harbour: Photographic history from 1824: Special Souvenir Issue


Kind donation by the Humanist Institute for Co-operation with Developing Countries She Murenga: The Zimbabwe Women’s Movement 1995-2000 by Shereen Essof


Tim Smith donated the Elandskop collection, which records incidents of violence at Elandskop