AntarcticLegacyOutreach

Expand the Knowledge of our Children. Day 2 takes our younger generation on a short journey to learn more about the Antarctic region and South Africa’s involvement. On Saturdays ALSA will try and expand our kidz knowledge of the world around them. ALSA compiled a activity booklet. This booklet can be used for different age groups. […]

AntarcticaLegacySANAEScience

South Africans’ journey through lockdown for COVID-19 starts today and ALSA will retrieve a few items from the Legacy Archive and post these on the ALSA website and, Facebook. ALSA hopes this will provide a few minutes of entertainment  during this crisis. Our first article is the film produced for the National Research Foundation with […]

AntarcticaHistoryLegacyNews

Vrye Weekblad was at the Woordfees at Stellenbosch University,  Ria Olivier, Principal Investigator of Antarctic Legacy of South Africa met with a friend of ALSA Hanlie Gouws. (see video insert below) Hanlie published an extract of the diary of the first South African team in Antarctica last year in Vrye Weekblad with the 69th Anniversary […]

AntarcticaFlagsLegacyVisits

  Antarctic Logistics Centre International (ALCI) has a long history (19 years) of conducting and supporting National Program and Non-Governmental expeditions to Antarctica along very sound, safe and environmental principles, in line with the international standards as regulated through the Antarctic Treaty. ALCI air transportation provides a full range of services for the flights from […]

AntarcticEventsLegacyNewsPromoteS.A.Agulhas IIScienceSouthern Ocean

This story bring together science and passion.. Stephen Peel of the Shackleton Brewing Company was on Seamester 2016. (Video available on Antarctic Legacy of South Africa digital  Archive) SEAmester introduces marine science as an applied and cross-disciplinary field to students. Its long‐term vision is aimed at building capacity within the marine sciences by co‐ordinating cross‐disciplinary research […]

AntarcticArchiveHistoryLegacyMarion IslandPhoto Gallery

The Antarctic Legacy Project began in 2008 with the end goal of creating a product that will be a “… comprehensive electronic source, and in some areas archive (including by necessity paper copy), of the material available for social science, law and humanities research within the South African National Antarctic Programme.”(From: Bringing South Africa’s Antarctic […]

AntarcticaArchiveEventsHistoryLegacyNewsSANAETeams

60 years ago South African National Antarctic Expedition (SANAE) 1 left from Cape Town on the 3rd of December 1959 to only arrive on the 8th of January 1960 at Antarctic Ice Shelf. An article about the departure of SANAE 59 has just been posted on the SANAP website. After reading this article, compare that […]

AntarcticaLegacyObituaryScienceSouthern Ocean

The South African Antarctic and sub-Antarctic community is deeply saddened to learn of the passing of Prof Denzil Miller on 30 November 2019.  Denzil was instrumental in the formulation of policy matters related to the South National Antarctic Programme.   Denzil’s illustrious career was marked by many great accomplishments. Read some of his contributions to South […]

AntarcticAntarcticaEventsHistoryLegacy

Representatives of 12 nations met regularly in Washington from mid-1958 until early 1959 to discuss the proposals and draft a treaty. On the 1st of December, 1959, the Antarctic Treaty was signed by government representatives of Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Chile, France, Japan, New Zealand, Norway, South Africa, the then USSR, the UK and the USA. […]