South of the Sahara: Selected Internet Resources
An extraordinarily comprehensive guide to electronic
sources on Africa. Since this source is so thorough, only a few additional
sources that have proved especially useful are listed below. Start here!
One of South Africa's major newspapers, the Mail
and Guardian publishes in print weekly and electronically daily. The site
includes a very useful archive and many useful links to other sites.
A daily online newspaper, the Daily Maverick provides a
platorm for journalists and commentators who are generally critial, with periodic
National Congress (http://www.anc.org.za)
The ANC's site includes a very broad range of
information, both from the ANC and other sources. Several search strategies
Africa: Government Information (http://www.polity.org.za)
Entry site for information on the South African
government, departments, institutions, and related organizations.
Africa: Government Internet Sites (http://www.polity.org.za/lists/govsites.html)
Entry page for South African government internet
African History Online (http://www.sahistory.org.za)
A rapidly expanding collection of materials on South African history, both older and more recent. Includes brief descriptions of prominent individuals, key events, and important organizations.
and Reconciliation Commission
Extensive documents of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission,
including overview, background, hearings, and submissions. Does not include the full text of final report, which is available on other sites and on the Documents page of this site.
Digital Imaging Project of South Africa
Electronic access to older South African publications, especially those of the anti-apartheid movement.