Soweto our hidden history

Soweto our hidden history, the 1955 youth groups, moving from Boy Scout to Freedom Fighters by the time they were 19 years old, a must do visit.

Passport to Soweto free book today, excited about what you read? then buy the book, and enjoy your Soweto tour, not a tour, a full-day visit for an additional cost of R 300 per person, become a partner in the Economic Development of the Township:

Soweto our hidden history
Passport to Soweto, your guide to Soweto that will allow you to partner in the Economic Development of the community.

The Passport to Soweto enters the final stage of drafting and editing, and we are ready to release a .pdf book to read for free off this webpage link.

We do this for a few reasons;

1:   It allows the potential visitor access to understanding the various Heritage value Sites, giving insight into the experience the visitor will have.

2:  The readers input will allow us to take some of the focus off the ‘why’, and bring the magic of the Heritage Value Sites to the fore.

3:   It will assist other Township Communities and Rural Villages, to have insight into the Economic Transformation plans that we have put in place in Orlando East, and we presently have in development process, Alexandra Township, Kliptown, Meadowlands, & Diepkloof.

4:   The release of the link, will sell our initiative, and allow the pioneering perspective ‘investors’, to communicate any of their interests / concerns, before buying their Passport to Soweto, which allows access to the Heritage Value Sites.

Enjoy the read.

Passport to Soweto read it here for free

Buy Passport to Soweto today:

See you in Orlando East soon.

Cedric and Nettie de la Harpe, your Passport to Soweto facilitators.

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Chief Hintsa

Chief Hintsa.

Chief Hintsa
Chief Hintsa

When researching Consider the Verdict, I found great difficulty in understanding the logic of the archive material that described the ‘murder’ of Chief Hintsa, when he was at his most powerful period of his life.

I used my ‘artistic licence’ to attach the reasons and motivation, for what I believed, the circumstances related to his murder, was.

My thoughts often think about going down to the Easter Cape to find his descendants, and present my thinking, then, as I write my next book, I discover a link to Chief Hintsa’s descendants,  in Soweto, and today I meet this family.

I leave their home, return to my computer, and add the following comment to the front cover:

12 years of regular interaction in Soweto, and I still feel a tingle, when I talk to the descendants of these great leaders;

Cedric de la Harpe  



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