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A letter securing an appointment for an interview from learner Ndlovu Rodney Morgan from Hlomani High School as part of his project 'An individual in the community who participated in the 16 June 1976 youth uprising'.

A list of questions prepared by Rodney Morgan Ndlovu from Hlomani High School for his interview with Mr. Sam Masana Nzima as part of his project entitled 'An individual in the community who participated in the 16 June 1976 youth uprising'.

A list of questions prepared for an interview by the learner Chandni Laja from Azara Secondary School in Lenasia as part of the project on 'An analysis of women's development'.

An outline of the preparation done by learner Sibusiso Patrick Khoza from Sitintile High School in Nelspruit for his interview with Pastor Mxolisi Lephoko as part of his project entitled 'Unsung hero: Pastor Mxolisi Lephoko'.

This is the Adjudicators' Report for the 2009 Nkosi Albert Luthuli Young Historians' national competition. The national event took place on 24-25 September 2009 at the University of the Free State.

An excerpt from the portfolio of learner John Ndambaka from Cornflower Primary School in Mitchells Plain as part of his project on Burundi national Maman Emilienne, and her work as a child care specialist dealing with children who have experienced abuse in Phillipi/Mitchell's Plain.

An outline of the overall aims of the oral history interview with M. Lephoko are presented by learner Sibusiso Patrick Khoza from Sitintile High School in Nelspruit as part of his project entitled 'Unsung hero: Pastor Mxolisi Lephoko'.

The appendix containing the names of 14 Basotho who died during the Battle of Nahoma forms part of the project by learner Thabang Motaung from Mohato School on the Battle of Nahoma.

This question is discussed as part of the project by learner Jethasha Singh from Tongaat Secondary School on Siva Naidoo, local Tongaat community leader.

Basic points for an interview prepared by learner Veronica Nokubonga Fakude from Thembeka Senior Secondary School as part of her project 'Mr. Raggy Shongwe's role in June 16 student uprisings.'

Biographical notes and photograph of interviewee Puseletso Ziphora Maleho by learner Nthatuoa Mabale from Iketsetseng Comprehensive Secondary School in Fezile Dabi as part of the project entitled 'How did the Sharpeville shooting become a turning point in South African history?'

Booklet on the history of the Methodist Church of Southern Africa Women's Association provided by learner Daphney Berries from Brent Park Secondary School as part of her project entitled 'What did younger women do for the community in Brent Park?'

Learner Tshohana Mokhuthu from Potchefstroom Secondary School provides a handwritten checklist on planning an oral history project as part of her project on the history of Steve Biko.

Christiaan Van Schalkwyk's (school unknown)personal reflection on an interview with interviewee Marthinus Van Schalkwyk as part of his project entitled 'Unsung hero: Marthinus van Schalkwyk'.

Detailed description of the process of setting up appointment dates for interviews at the Ikhwesi Lomso Child and Family Society at the Amaqwathi Tribal Authority by learner Mdodana Lebohang Nombelu from St Johns College in Umtata as part of his project on unsung hero Dr. Yose-Xasa.

Draft circular to schools for the Nkosi Albert Luthuli Young Historians' Award for 2010.

Draft guidelines for the 2010 Nkosi Albert Luthuli oral history competition for teachers and learners.

Educator Xavier Selatela from Unity Secondary School in Daveyton, Benoni, provides a valuable assessment of the negatives of oral history from his perspective as part of his project on oral history.

Educator Xavier Selatela from Unity Secondary School in Daveyton, Benoni, provides useful background information as part of his project on oral history.

Educator Xavier Selatela from Unity Secondary School in Daveyton, Benoni, provides a valuable assessment of the positives of oral history from his perspective as part of his project on oral history.

Reflections on oral interviews by N. Andrews from Blackheath High School as part of this educator's project on oral history.

Evidence of planning by learner Nhlanhla Motha from Steelcrest High school in Middelburg as part of her project entitled 'Celebrating our heritage'.

This explanation forms part of the project by learner Nandipha Mani from SC Kearns High School in Siyanda on the history of SC Kearns High School.

Transcript of the interview conducted by learner Andries Mfana Dlamini (school unknown) on the Sharpeville Massacre.

This document includes a transcript of an interview with Mr Mabhoza by learner Zesipho Mhlonywa, focusing on ‘the case for ‘Ngquza Hill’ Heritage site’ included in the oral history research portfolio of Siyabulela Tutani from Sangoni Senior Secondary School

Biographical information of interviewee Mr. Harry Ntlhoki compiled by learner Thabang Motaung from Mohato School as part of his project on the Battle of Namoha that took place in QwaQwa in 1950.

Biographical information of interviewee Mrs Mathabo Elizabeth compiled by learner Thabang Motaung from Mohato School as part of his project on the Battle of Namoha that took place in QwaQwa in 1950.

Biographical information of interviewee Thetiwe Meria Molingoane compiled by learner Thabang Motaung from Mohato School as part of his project on the Battle of Namoha that took place in QwaQwa in 1950.

Learner Safiyah Ismail Vally from Pretoria High School for Girls highlights the most interesting findings of an interview as part of her project on the Treason Trial.

Reflection on oral history research by learner Thabang Motaung from Mohato School as part of his project on the Battle of Namoha that took place in QwaQwa in 1950.

This is an example of primary source material, namely a letter given to Mrs Pillay from the Treason Trialists. This letter forms part of the project by learner Safiyah Ismail Vally from Pretoria High school for Girls on the Treason Trial.

A letter of acknowledgement to Mr. Mphephuka about the interview from learner Adoons Mongezi from Lele-le-Thuto Secondary School in the Xhariep as part of his project on the history of Lucas Majozi, a black South African who participated in the Second World War, and was awarded the Distinguished Conduct Medal for outstanding bravery and service.

Letter of confirmation for an interview by learner Thinane Nthabiseng from Goronyane High School in Thaba Nchu, Free State, as part of her project on why Doctor James Sebebobijwasegokgobontharile Moroka was respected and honoured in the community of Thaba Nchu before 1949.

Letter of informed consent signed by interviewee giving Nthatuoa Mabale of Iketsetseng Comprehensive Secondary School permission to use interview data as part of her project entitled 'How did the Sharpeville shooting become a turning point in South African history?'

Background information gathered by Phil Bonner regarding Mlangeni, Andrew, location unknown, 02/05/1994

Motivation on interview subjects by learner Richmond Sajini from Alexander Bay High School in Richtersveld as part of his project entitled 'The Richtersveld Land Claim: A local struggle in my community against apartheid in which the community came together to demonstrate their opposition to some apartheid government action that directly affected the local community'.

Motivation on interview subjects by learner Tebello Molelekoa from Akofang Intermediate School in Phuthaditjhaba as part of her project on unsung heroine Mrs Cyrian Babina Mokoena.

Motivation on the choice of topic by learner Tebello Molelekoa from Akofang Intermediate School in Phuthaditjhaba as part of her project on unsung heroine Mrs Cyrian Babina Mokoena.

Narrative on the Bethal potato boycott of 1959 by learner Fisiwe Ngwenya from Mzinoni High School in Bethal.

This is a still image of Olesnas Mamohale during an oral history interview with Dale McKinley and Ahmed Veriava, conducted for SAHA"s Alternative History Project.

This is a still image of Olesnas Mamohale during an oral history interview with Dale McKinley and Ahmed Veriava, conducted for SAHA"s Alternative History Project.

A pamphlet 'Support our struggle at Shoprite/Checkers' forms part of the project by learner Nomfundo Matiwane from Potchefstroom Secondary School entitled 'The role of trade unions'.

Personal reflections by Nompumelelo Vokonqo and Eunice Nnyane from Paballelo High School in Upington on their project on Mr. Alfred Gubula who was active in the Paballelo community, involved in civic structures, as well as in the United Democratic Front.

Personal reflections on understanding the past by learner Senrika Govindasamy from Southlands Secondary School in Chatsworth as part of her project on the Havenside Gramma Devi Alayam.

A personal reflection by educator Dewey Fredericks from Esselen Park Secondary in Worcester as part of his project on oral history in the classroom.

A report on refugees and xenophobia by learner Tristen Narainen from Apollo Secondary School in Chatsworth as part of his project entitled 'South Africa - the top destination for asylum seekers and refugees: Why is this so and how do the locals feel about this?'

A report on the importance of oral history by educator Patrick M. Thambisa from Rebatlathuto Secondary School in the Fezile Dabi district as part of his project entitled 'The value of oral history in enhancing local community knowledge and appreciation of its heritage'.

A report on the importance of the oral history project by learner Sibusiso Patrick Khoza from Sitintile High School in Nelspruit for his project entitled 'Unsung hero: Pastor Mxolisi Lephoko'.

This report forms part of the project by learner Elicia Naidoo from Southlands Secondary School in Chatsworth on activist Lenny Naidu.

A report on the value of oral research in helping us understand our history by learner Richmond Sajini from Alexander Bay High School in the Richtersveld as part of his project entitled 'The Richtersveld Land Claim: A local struggle in my community against apartheid in which the community came together to demonstrate their opposition to some apartheid government action that directly affected the local community'.

Richtersveld in the words of its people, presented by learner Richmond Sajini from Alexander Bay High School in Richtersveld as part of his project entitled 'The Richtersveld Land Claim: A local struggle in my community against apartheid in which the community came together to demonstrate their opposition to some apartheid government action that directly affected the local community'.

Scope of the oral history project of learner Richmond Sajini from Alexander Bay High School in Richtersveld as part of his project entitled 'The Richtersveld Land Claim: A local struggle in my community against apartheid in which the community came together to demonstrate their opposition to some apartheid government action that directly affected the local community'.

Self evaluation of the oral history project done by Senrika Govindasamy from Southlands Secondary School in Chatsworth on unsung hero Dr Kallappen Vedachallam Moodley.

This is a transcript of an interview with Lechesa Tsenoli conducted by Julie Frederikse on 5 November 1987 in Harare, Zimbabwe, for her book 'The Unbreakable Thread: non-racialism in South Africa', published by Ravan Press, 1990. Included in the SAHA online repository 'Tracing the unbreakable thread: non-racialism in South Africa today'

An enquiry regarding interviews on the Battle of Namoha by learner Thabang Motaung from Mohato School as part of his project on the battle that took place in QwaQwa in 1950.

Transcript of interview with Burundi ex-pat Maman Emilienne by learner John Ndambaka from Cornflower Primary School, Lentegeur, Mitchell's Plain as part of his project on Burundi national Maman Emilienne, and her work as a child care specialist dealing with children who have experienced abuse in Phillipi/Mitchell's Plain.

Transcript of an interview with MR. J.J. Mogudi by learner Mashego Godwin from Matome-Malatji High School in Phalaborwa as part of his project on Mr. J.J. Mogudi regarding his part in the struggle against apartheid.

This document includes a transcript of an oral interview conducted with Bongiwe Njobe for the SAHA Exiles Project in 1991

This document includes a transcript of an oral interview conducted by Professor Peter Delius with Elias Motsoaledi in 1993

Transcript of interview with Mr Alfred Gubula by learners Moses Makoa, Landile Njili, Nompumelelo Vokonqo and Eunice Nyane from Paballelo High School in Upington as part of their project on Alfred Gubula's involvement in the Paballelo community, civic structures, as well as in the United Democratic Front.

This document includes the transcript of an oral interview conducted with Pumla Williams for the SAHA Exhiles Project in 1991

This is a transcript of part one of the interview with Johannes Madigakge conducted by Dale McKinley and Ahmed Veriava in 2007 for SAHA's Alternative History Project (AHP), titled 'Forgotten Voices in the Present'.

This is a transcript of the interview with Joyce Mokgadi conducted by Dale McKinley and Ahmed Veriava in 2007 for SAHA's Alternative History Project (AHP), titled 'Forgotten Voices in the Present'.

This is a transcript of the interview with Kate Makhanya conducted by Dale McKinley and Ahmed Veriava in 2007 for SAHA's Alternative History Project (AHP), titled 'Forgotten Voices in the Present'.

This is a transcript of the interview with Mokete Tsotlotlo conducted by Dale McKinley and Ahmed Veriava in 2007 for SAHA's Alternative History Project (AHP), titled 'Forgotten Voices in the Present'.

This is a transcript of the interview with Thomas Molefe conducted conducted by Dale McKinley and Ahmed Veriava in 2007 for SAHA's Alternative History Project (AHP), titled 'Forgotten Voices in the Present'.

A written discussion on the interview process by learner Akash Ramnarain from Southlands Secondary School in Chatsworth as part of her project regarding the contributions that were made by local activists in the struggle for freedom.

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