Editor: Dr Saul Issroff
Copyright © 2003-2010 Saul Issroff, Mike Getz, SAfrica SIG
and Jewishgen Inc.
Updated: 30 September 2010
- Morris Alexander's "Immigration" Notebook, 1911
- Extracts from the Morris Alexander Papers. By Ann Rabinowitz
- Cape Colony Jewish Naturalization Registers (1903-1907)
- A paper by Ann Rabinowitz.
- Clearing House
- an off-line database of items relating to Southern Africa Jewish genealogy
- Concession Stores
- by Cecilia Muller
- The Contemporary Community
- Entertainment, music and theatre
- Family Histories
- Gardens Shul Death Registers
- An analysis by Ann Rabinowitz.
- Historical Background
- Includes a link to 'The Virtual Jewish History Tour of South Africa' by Rebecca Weiner
- Historical Dates
- Nehemia Dov Hoffman, 1860-1928
- Yiddish and Hebrew writer and publishing pioneer in South Africa. By Gita Gordon.
- "How Many Jews in South Africa?"
- Written by Professor Allie Dubb, a former South African now living in Israel.
- Immigration Registers
- by Ann Rabinowitz
- A signed Israeli flag
- from the first anniversary of the State of Israel celebration in Pretoria, 1949, with a description by Roy Ogus
- Jewish Sources
- Jews on Commando
- An article about Jewish soldiers who took part in the Boer War.
Written by David Saks.
- Steven Kitnick's story
- of how he made a genealogical breakthrough at the International Jewish Genealogical Seminar in Boston in 1996.
- Benjamin Norden (1798-1876)
- by Hazel Dakers
- 1.. The Ponevez Society of Johannesburg, 1899 - 1949 by Barbara Yudelowitz.
- 2.. A list of names
- Poor Jews' Temporary Shelter
- Links to information about the PJTS in Leman Street in London's East End.
- An article by Roy Ogus and Saul Issroff, published in Shemot, the journal of the Jewish Genealogy Society of Great Britain, August 2012.
- Shemot - August 2012
The August 2012 issue of Shemot, the journal of The Jewish Genealogical Society of Great Britain, is a special issue on South Africa, covering a wide variety of topics. The issue is reproduced here with the permission of the Shemot Editor, Bernard Valman. Thanks are due to Bernard, and to Mark Nicholls, Chairman of JGSGB, for providing the PDF file for posting on the SA-SIG site.
The JGSGB website can be found at www.jgsgb.org.uk and membership in the Society is encouraged – see
www.jgsgb.org.uk/benefits-membership. Further items are available from the JGSGB catalog at www.jgsgb.org.uk/catalog/shop
- Some Women of South Africa, circa 1913
- A tabulation giving, where available, surname, forename, date of birth, place of birth, father's name, husband's name.
- South Africa SIG discussion group
- An on-line discussion group hosted by JewishGen. It covers the genealogy and family history of Jewish communities in South Africa, Lesotho, Botswana, Zimbabwe and Zambia (Rhodesia), Swaziland, Mozambique and the former Belgian Congo. Subscription is free and postings are delivered automatically to your e-mail mailbox. You can subscribe, modify your details or unsubscribe in a few moments whilst on-line. Many other SIG's are also listed.
- South Africa SIG Newsletter
- Subscription details of the printed journal of the Southern Africa Jewish Genealogy Special Interest Group
- South African Research Activities
- Summaries of recent and future research activities by Ann Rabinowitz..
- South Africans in Israel - Olim or Émigré
- A Paper by Sidney Shapiro, Director of Telfed, Israel Offices of the South African Zionist Federation, delivered at the SA-SIG Luncheon as part of the 24th IAJGS Conference held in Jerusalem in July 2004.
- The Talmud Torah - A Brief Explanation
- by Rev. David Crook
- What Was - The Early Part Of The Last Century In South Africa
- by Manfred Schwartz