Shaping the Cape Peninsula
Cape Floral Kingdom
Geology of the Cape Peninsula
Stone Tools of Simon' Town
The Making of a Community
Schools of Simon's Town
Whaling in Simon's Bay
Simon' Town at War
Women at War: WAAS
The Cape Corps
The Martello Tower
The Unravelling of a Community
Living with Baboons
Adaptation of "Trek Fishing in Simon's Town Area - A Preliminary Study" by the late Elizabeth Biggs extracted from Simon's Town Historical Society Bulletin Vol. XVll No. 3
Centuries of intermarriage and social interaction in Simon’s Town created a very culturally diverse community, whose history and heritage must be UNIQUE in South Africa, if not the world!
The Forced Removals that happened in Simon's Town from 1968-1970 was one of the biggest tragedies in Simon's Town.
An educational history of Simon's Town.
A historical account of whaling by Abdullah Moses
Personal Memories of the W.A.A.S in Simon's Town
Learn about the richness and diversity of our Fynbos Biome.
A brief history of the legacy of the Cape Corps in Simon's Town.
Community stories of baboons before and after the Forced Removals.
The Cape Peninsula fascinating origins in Gondwana, a massive continent that once formed part of the supercontinent of Pangea. Learn more about the ancient geological history of the area.
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