1. Guidelines for Digitization Projects
    • These Guidelines have been produced by a working group representing IFLA and the ICA that was commissioned by UNESCO to establish guidelines for digitization programmes for collections and holdings in the public domain.
  2. Africa Media Online
    • Africa Media Online brings you digital media content from Africa created by Africans. Sourced from African media professionals across the continent, we provide you with the digital raw material to help you communicate your message, as well as completed digital stories that tell Africa’s story from an African perspective
  3. Ulwazi
    • Sharing indigenous knowledge
  4. DARIAH Digital Research Infrastructure for the Arts and Humanities
    • The mission of DARIAH (Digital Research Infrastructure for the Arts and Humanities) is to enhance and support digitally-enabled research across the humanities and arts. DARIAH aims to develop and maintain an infrastructure in support of ICT-based research practices
  5. Pietermaritzburg Local History
    • This site provides access to local community histories of Pietermaritzburg and its surrounding areas, including the cultural and social aspects of history. It is a growing resource to which people in the local communities can contribute. 
  6. Rick Turner
    • A website dedicated to Rick Turner
  7. One City, Many Histories
  8. History
    • An African history guide written by Alistair Boddy-Evans. Includes key apartheid events, leaders, laws, documents.
  9. African Studies Centre
    • The African Studies Centre in Leiden is the only multidisciplinary academic research institute in the Netherlands devoted entirely to the study of Africa. It welcomes African scholars through its visiting fellowship programme, has a monthly seminar programme and an extensive library that is open to the general public. This link is to a list of open access, Africa related, e-journals.