African National Congress

Submitted by Adam Sitze on Monday, 9/14/2009, at 10:16 AM

Official website of the African National Congress. Click here for access to documents, publications, and archives.

Aluka Struggles for Freedom Project

Submitted by Adam Sitze on Monday, 9/14/2009, at 10:16 AM

The struggles for freedom in Southern Africa were both a regional and global phenomenon. As such, documentation of the struggles is scattered around the world, reflecting the history itself: colonial rule, dispersion of exiles, international intervention, and worldwide networks that supported successive generations of resistance within the region. The Struggles for Freedom in Southern Africa Collection brings together materials from various sites throughout the world and makes them available online to students, teachers, and researchers, both in Africa and outside the continent. By providing sample materials, the Collection also publicises the rich collections of partner institutions, helping make them more widely known to researchers. 

The Struggles for Freedom project is a collaboration of more than 100 prominent scholars, senior archivists, museum specialists, and engaged public intellectuals throughout the Southern African region and the world. The project is guided by regional and national committees, and supported by formal partnerships with many institutions.  Click here for access to the Collection.

Constitutional Court of South Africa

Submitted by Adam Sitze on Monday, 9/14/2009, at 10:45 AM

Official website for South Africa's highest court on constitutional matters. Click here for access to a comprehensive database of judgments, South Africa's Bill of Rights, and all drafts of South Africa's Constitution.

Researching South African Law

Submitted by Adam Sitze on Monday, 9/14/2009, at 10:18 AM

Click here for a comprehensive introduction to the research skills necessary for the study of South African Law.

South African History Online

Submitted by Adam Sitze on Monday, 9/14/2009, at 10:46 AM

The SAHO history website has, in its short history, become the largest and most comprehensive online website on South African history and culture. It is also unique in that it has community, schools and heritage institution outreach programmes enabling individuals and institutions to record their own and their communities' histories. The site has become a truly national, cultural and heritage asset, extensively used by educational and heritage institutions as well as the country's mass media. Click here for access.

Truth and Reconciliation Commission of South Africa Report

Submitted by Adam Sitze on Monday, 9/14/2009, at 10:19 AM

Click here for access to the full text of Volumes 1 through 6 of South Africa's TRC.