**Coming soon (Help Wanted to complete)**.  The South African Issue of WW1 medals to Non-South Africans.  The issue to Nyasaland, Rhodesians, East Africa, Northern Rhodesia and Tanganyika     Examples of Stars and Medals wanted to complete the article.  Please help contribute.

**Coming soon (Help Wanted to complete)**. The South African Issue of WW1 medals to Non-South Africans. The issue to Nyasaland, Rhodesians, East Africa, Northern Rhodesia and Tanganyika Examples of Stars and Medals wanted to complete the article. Please help contribute.

In recent weeks, I have received many requests regarding 1914-15 Stars issues to Non-South African Forces for WW1, therefore I have decided to publish an article on these medals. I have many such examples in my own collection but I would like to compare more. If you...
The South African George Cross (GC) – From the Great Gale in Table Bay to The Woltemade Cross for Bravery in Gold….The highest Reward for Civilian Bravery.. details regarding the award, types, naming and numbering styles….

The South African George Cross (GC) – From the Great Gale in Table Bay to The Woltemade Cross for Bravery in Gold….The highest Reward for Civilian Bravery.. details regarding the award, types, naming and numbering styles….

South African Awards for Saving of Life and Property Medals for the saving of life have always held a great fascination for me.  Being brave goes with the job of being a soldier, and there are dedicated awards for bravery, however for one individual to save...
South Africa / Union Defence Forces WW2 Medals come alive …WW2 Service Block numbers.. South African WW2 medals demystified.  Use this document to quickly determine what regiment, unit or branch of service a person enlisted in.

South Africa / Union Defence Forces WW2 Medals come alive …WW2 Service Block numbers.. South African WW2 medals demystified. Use this document to quickly determine what regiment, unit or branch of service a person enlisted in.

Whilst at high school my medal collecting ability was limited to an allowance and thus there was very little that I could afford. I could, however, afford single South African issue WW2 medals. These medals were identifiable to a specific person because the South...