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  1. Mr. Orpen"s tree: a landmark that is older than E.L. Municipality
    Driffield, H H, 1959-04-15
    Newspaper article extract: "One of the best-known landmarks in East London is the Norfolk Island pine growing beside the West Bank post office in Bank Street, opposite Prince Alfred"s Park. To almost every person travelling southward down Oxford Street on any clear day the tree has the appearance of ...
  2. Preserving trees
    Skead, C J (Cuthbert John), 1959-05-19
    Article written by C. J. Skead to the East London Daily Dispatch (dated 19 May 1959), bringing attention to the deforestation of the Fort Grey forest by Mr C Miles Warren (MP). The article is acompanied by a harndwitten note stating "Mr C Miles Warren, M.P. had the contract for removing the forest a ...
  3. Letter from Mr. F.C. Metrowich responding to C.J. Skead
    Metrowich, F C (Frederick Charles), 1959-06-06
    Letter written by Mr. F.C. Metrowich to C.J Skead. This letter was in response to a letter sent by Skead requesting for references indicating where the information was obtained as to the tree where Lieut. Col. Graham and Capt. Stockenstrom decided to establish the town of Grahamstown. ...
  4. Tree species in unfamiliar places - Graaff-Reinet town
    Skead, C J (Cuthbert John), 1959-06-10
    Typed article regarding tree species found in Graaff-Reinet, East Cape Midlands. Trees mentioned include Erythrina caffra, cypresses and Yellowwood. ...
  5. The old and the new at Seymour
    Daily Dispatch (East London, South Africa), 1960-07-21
    Newspaper article: "The old and the new at Seymour. This oak tree is believed to have been planted in 1853 on the founding of the town. Next to it stand newly planted poles to carry ESCOM electric power to the inhabitants. Gangs of construction workers are erecting the power lines and the first line ...
  6. Conference on the History of Opposition in Southern Africa
    Merè, Gary, 1978-01-27-30, (Students") Development Studies Group of University of the Witwatersrand
    The Inkatha movement has received, large publicity over the few years since its revival and especially recently with the formation of an alliance between Inkatha, the ("Coloured") labour Party and the ("Indian") Reform Party, Thi3 paper was done to suggest a possible approach, for discussion, to the ...
  7. Conference on the History of Opposition in Southern Africa
    Yawitch, Joanne, 1978-01-27-30, (Students") Development Studies Group of University of the Witwatersrand
    In June 1959 there were widespread riots and disturbances in the Durban African area of Cato Manor. The fundamental causes were socio-economic; arising from such factors as poor living conditions and widespread poverty. But it was the exhaustive beer-raids on illegal stills that provided a flashpoin ...
  8. Conference on the History of Opposition in Southern Africa
    Dison, David, 1978-01-27-30, (Students") Development Studies Group of University of the Witwatersrand
    It is certainly true that a number of the men who have sat in homeland representative councils live in white areas. Apartheid idealogues draw two inferences from this observation. Firstly, that as the policy of separate development unfolds, urban representation in homeland councils will be a continu ...
  9. Graphite: origin, deposits and economics: an exploration study of the Orom Graphite project
    van den Berg, Jacobus Petrus, 2018, Rhodes University
    Developing exploration projects successfully requires that the Reasonable Prospects for Eventual Economic Extraction (RPEEE) be confirmed and based on the global market perception and trend. The exploration methods applied in the attempt to establish this RPEEE must be based on a key management fram ...
  10. Understanding and quantifying channel transmission loss processes in the Limpopo River Basin
    Mvandaba, Vuyelwa, 2018, Rhodes University
    Water availability is one of the major societal issues facing the world. The ability to understand and quantify the impact of key hydrological processes on the availability of water resources is therefore integral to ensuring equitable and sustainable resource management. A review of previous hydrol ...