The Kimberley Africana Library has one of the finest collections of Africana in the world, featuring books, photographs and manuscripts dating from 17th century South Africa and further afield.
In our own ‘corner of France’, Franschhoek, the Huguenot Memorial Museum tells the tale of religious exiles fleeing persecution, in search of a new life.
In KwaZulu-Natal a liberal spread of cultural museums has captured the cultural past of the province for the enjoyment of future generations.
The Origins Centre in Johannesburg explores the history of modern man and tells the story of humankind's emergence in southern Africa.
The KwaZulu Cultural Museum at Ondini, near Ulundi, not only records the past of the Zulu nation, but looks at the effect of modern influences.
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2146, South Africa
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