Spek and Boontjies: Mark Winter and Paul Winter

For the first session of Spek en Boontjies we were privileged to have Mark Winter and Paul Winter on their experiences growing up in Simon's Town.

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World Book Day 2019

In 2019, The Simon’s Town Museum had the honour of collaborating with the Golden Key Society, UWC on a World Book Day programme.

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Albert Thomas Oral History Meet and Greet

An introductory session to launch the Albert Thomas Oral History Project to former Simonites.

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Spek en Boontjies: Nadine Cloete

Nadine Angel Cloete is a filmmaker based in South Africa. She is passionate about themes of heritage and identity.

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Heritage Day 2020

Annual commemoration of the residents who were forcibly removed during the 1950's Group Areas Act.

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Museums Inspiring the Future with WikiinAfrica

An introductory event that will explain the possibilities of the big wide world of wikipedia and what it has to offer those interested in remaking heritage in South Africa.

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Wag 'n Bietjie Memorial Benches Unveiling and Website Launch

An unveiling of six memorial benches that commemorate and remember the people of Simon's Town that were forcibly removed under the Group Areas Act by the apartheid government.

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WikiAfrica Heritage

Be a part of making and rewriting history. This week we will be critically looking at the types of content available on Wikipedia.

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WikiHeritage

In the second session of Wiki Heritage, we will be practically exploring how to make use of Wikipedia as a platform for rewriting, editing, adding our histories to the digital knowledge community.

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WikiAfrica Heritage

WikiAfrica Heritage practical session focussing on the content of Wikipedia. Check the event details for more information and tasks for the session.

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WikiAfrica Heritage

An online programme to encourage people to become involved in writing, researching, editing, and uploading heritage articles to Wikipedia.

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Heritage Day 2021

Be a part of creating a living archive of Simonstown.

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