The themes that have been identified are:
- Sport and Recreation
- Migration and Movement
- Human Rights
- Wars and Conflict
- Labour and Trade
- Education and Youth
- Arts and Culture
- Women and Health
- Heritage and Media
- Environmental Awareness
- Cultural Identity
- Faith and Reconciliation
We have identified and approached some individuals concerning the various themes. The areas that we have visited include Fingo Village, Scott's farm and the Albany Road area. We have also spoken to some Schools including George Dickerson and St Mary's Catholic School, we interviewed religious leaders from the Anglican denomination as well as other Faith Leaders.
We urge the public to come forward and comment or provide their own histories. The Busy Bees team can be contacted at (046) 622 2312 ext 231.
These are pictures of some Historical sites we have visited.
|The old bakery in Albany road. one of the family we|
interviewed has been living in this house since 1958
|St Phillip's Church in E-Street (Kwa Mnqayi), the structure was|
built from 1862 - 67 it is one of the oldest structures in Grahamstown.