Struben Confidence Reef - Heritage Day Walk


Heritage day walk to the Struben Confidence reef with historian Rod Kruger. The walk takes you from the Stamp Mills up to and into the mine. The walk is easy and the mine is an open-cast mine with no special fitness required.

Rod has delved deep and hard into the history of the Confidence Reef mine and the characters that developed it.

Please check exact times and meeting place with the organisers.

Tuesday, 24 September, 2013 - 09:00 to 12:00
Event type: 
Contact Person: 
Rod Kruger
Contact Number: 
082 477 0319

Kloofendal Nature Reserve


Please let the organiser know that you saw their event on The Heritage Portal. If any of the details above are incorrect please email


Friday, 27 February, 2015 - 18:00

You are cordially invited to the launch of a new book by Hans Fransen - Cape Baroque and the contribution of Anton Anreith on Friday 27 February at 18h00 for 18h30 at the S.A. Centre for Netherlands and Flanders, Central Square, Pinelands. The guest speaker is Dan Sleigh

Book Launch
Tuesday, 17 March, 2015 - 18:00

We shall celebrate our 80th Anniversary with a 'Bring and Share Supper' at Hidden Away on Tuesday 17 March 2015 at 6pm. Please tell Jeannette ph 1238 if you are attending.

Relevant article here

Commemoration Event
Friday, 29 May, 2015 (All day)

The Johannesburg Heritage Foundation would like to invite you to join a Special tour of Mpumalanga. “The place where the sun rises". Mpumalanga is a place filled with historical treasures, a bewitching world of soaring cliffs and tumbling crystal waters, rising buttresses and a mighty canyon which has fashioned a natural work of art.

Saturday, 7 March, 2015 (All day)

The owners have created a beautiful English country garden in keeping with the style of their Arts and Crafts home, which was designed by Sir Herbert Baker. An original Gertrude Jekyll pergola still stands near the newly constructed swimming pool, and the various levels of the garden, which drop away from the house, lead the eye to the view beyond.

Thursday, 5 March, 2015 - 20:00

"During the beginning of the first millennium AD, an incumbent foraging community living on the Greater Mapungubwe Landscape came into contact with incoming Bantu-speaking farmers. By AD 900 farmers firmly established themselves locally and set up a major political centre. Over the next three centuries developments in farmer society resulted in the establishment of the Mapungubwe capital.