An exhibition on the African-Creole heritage of 'Coloured' South Africans and the shared ties that cut across all ethnic groups in South Africa.
Pdf files of the exhibition are available for downloading on request at firstname.lastname@example.org
Cape Town city and its rural environs was largely built by slave labourers and craftsmen. During much of the 18th century the majority population of Cape Town were slaves. A large part of our cultural make-up can be attributed to our slave ancestry and the experience of slavery. This blogsheet is dedicated to look at slavery in the Cape and its links to indigenous peoples and others in South Africa.