Niall McNulty co-opted as a member of the Executive Committee of OHASA

At a recent meeting in Kimberley, Niall McNulty was co-opted as a member of the Executive Committee of the Oral History Association of South Africa (OHASA). Niall has considerable experience using oral histories in digital media projects and will advise the Committee in this area, as well as assist with OHASA’s own digital communication initiatives. OHASA […]

Oral History Workshop for the Luthuli Museum

Last week we ran a really successful oral history workshop for the Luthuli Museum, who are embarking on a fascinating social history of the families of Groutville, the township where the museum is located. We wish them the best of luck and can’t wait to see the results. “Thank you so much for the training, […]

Oral history workshop for UKZN students

Niall McNulty recently ran an oral history workshop for Cultural and Heritage Tourism students at the University of KwaZulu-Natal. The workshop forms part of a larger digital, cultural memory project, focused on the area of Inanda, north of Durban. The project aims to collect and disseminate oral histories and intangible heritage and link this to […]

Oral history and ICT training for the Rural Women’s Movement

Last week we provided training, in conjunction with the Ulwazi Programme, for the Rural Women’s Movement.  The training was divided into two parts; the use and practice of oral history and an introduction to ICT.  The idea behind the training was that participants would be given valuable skills for their own work and could also […]