1. Nelson Mandela Memory Programme 
    • Memory resources documenting the life and times of Mr Nelson Mandela are to be found in an extraordinary range of locations, both within South Africa and internationally. The Memory Programme provides a unique facility which allows people access to this history.
  2. South African National Archives 
    • The mission of the National Archives and Records Service of South Africa is to foster a national identity and the protection of rights by preserving a national archival heritage for use by the government and people of South Africa.
  3. Chimurenga Library
    • Curated by the editors and contributors of Chimurenga Magazine, the Chimurenga Library is an online archiving project that profiles independent pan African paper periodicals from around the world. It focuses on cultural and literary magazines, both living and extinct, which have been influential platforms for dissent and which have broadened the scope for print publishing on art, new writing and ideas in and about Africa. The aim of the Chimurenga Library is not to produce a comprehensive bibliography of periodicals published in Africa; our approach is purely subjective. These are simply objects we read and admire, and which have in one form or another, influenced publishing and editorial choices at Chimurenga.
  4. The South African History Archive 
    • The South African History Archive (SAHA) is an independent human rights archive dedicated to documenting and providing access to archival holdings that relate to past and contemporary struggles for justice in South Africa.
  5. Alan Paton Centre and Struggle Archives 
    • The Alan Paton Centre and Struggle Archives holds author Alan Paton’s literary works and related documents and manuscripts, as well as papers concerning the Liberal Party and other organisations involved in the struggle against apartheid.
  6. Nordic Documentation on the Liberation Struggle in Southern Africa
    • This historical site is a reference source for everyone interested in the late 20th century history of national liberation in Southern Africa and the role of the Nordic countries.
  7. African Activist Archive
    • The African Activist Archive is preserving records and memories of activism in the United States to support the struggles of African peoples against colonialism, apartheid, and social injustice from the 1950s through the 1990s.
  8. Community Video Education Trust
    • The Community Video Education Trust (CVET) in Cape Town is building a digital archive of videos taken in South Africa in the late 1980s and early 1990s. The raw footage available on this website documents anti-apartheid demonstrations, speeches, mass funerals, celebrations, and interviews with activists. Videos capture the activism of trade unions, students and political organizations, including the activities of the United Democratic Front. The CVET archive is a unique, publicly accessible video record of the peak of popular resistance against apartheid.
  9. South Africa: overcoming apartheid, building democracy
    • South Africa: Overcoming Apartheid, Building Democracy presents first-hand accounts of this important political movement. Interviews with South African activists, raw video footage documenting mass resistance and police repression, historical documents, rare photographs, and original narratives tell this remarkable story.
  10. Baileys African History Archive
    • Bailey's African History Archives holds 40 years of material from all the editions of Drum Magazine and it's various sister publications - Golden City Post, Trust, True Love and City Press. The Archives contains a wealth of information from politics to culture and complexities of the vast Anglophone African nations.
  11. International Institute of Social History - Anti-apartheid and southern Africa Collection
    • In 2008 the IISH acquired an extensive collection of archival materials relating to the anti-apartheid and Southern Africa solidarity groups in The Netherlands.
    • It concerns the archives and related library and documentary collections of the three former anti-apartheid groups which merged into the Netherlands institute for Southern Africa (NiZA) in 1997. The collected archives consist of documents from organizations such as the South Africa Committee (from the 1960s), the Dutch Anti-Apartheid Movement, the Angola Committee/Holland Committee on Southern Africa, the Eduardo Mondlane Foundation, Institute for Southern Africa and Broadcasting for Radio Freedom. They also include material from and about well-known activists, such as Sietse Bosgra, Conny Braam, Peter Waterman and Klaas de Jonge, and the archives of a number of local Southern Africa groups.
  12. O'Malley "The Heart of hope - South Africa's transition from apartheid to democracy"
    • An extensive collection of Padraig O'Malley's interviews conducted between 1985 and 2005 with many key personalities, who influenced South Africa's political history. The collection presents a broad range of perspectives on events in South Africa during and after the Apartheid period. There are also summaries of historical events by year as well as descriptions of the historical background to place events in context.