Oral History and Memory Work in Africa

There is a post up at the excellent Africa Past & Present podcast about Sinomlando, an organisation we’ve worked with and who have provided us with oral history training.

Radikobo Ntsimane (UKZN School of Theology) on African voices in the history of mission hospitals in South Africa and the Sinomlando Center‘s ‘memory box’ program. Ntsimane’s work demonstrates how oral history is not just an intellectual practice, but also ‘a human encounter that can have a profound effect on people’s lives.’

Africa Past and Present: Episode 44 [36:54m]

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