The Mozambique Insurgency
From its beginning until South Africa’s entry (October 2017 – July 2020) David Rilley-Harris, Curator, DITSONG: National Museum of Military History (DNMMH) Since October 2017, Mozambique has been struggling with an insurgency in the northern province of Cabo Delgado. For several years
DIGITISATION – IS DITSONG MUSEUMS OF SOUTH AFRICA READY FOR THE 4TH INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION?
Digitisation has been a thoroughly researched and broadly discussed issue not only amongst South African academics, archivists and library specialists, but it has been debated both technologically and philosophically throughout institutions in Africa, as a continent and internationally.
“STARVING FOR FREEDOM”: THE 1980S AND 1990S HUNGER STRIKES IN SOUTH AFRICAN PRISONS
Hunger strikes in South African prisons during Apartheid came as a result of continued human rights abuses and detentions of individuals who had been arrested for political crimes.
THE LANGA MASSACRE
March 1985 is considered to be a period when tensions in Uitenhage townships (Eastern Cape Province) reached boiling point.