British Concentration Camps of the South African War 1900-1902, by Elizabeth van Heyningen
Cape Master Death Notice Index Project - by Adelbert Semmelink
Cape NGK Church Registers Transcript Index, Latter Day Saints Web Site, not stated, but seems so far to contain some records from Cape Town between about 1880 and 1950 and Stellenbosch marriages early 19th Centruy
Cape NGK Baptism Indexes, Baptism index 1855-1875 over all congregations, photographs of the typed 'Ring' index. Latter Day Saints Web site.
Cape Slave Transactons, by A.M. van Rensburg. Includes several seachable databses concerned with slaves at the Cape.
Cape Town Baptisms, part of Daniel Jacobs' Gendata web site. An index of baptisms of various denominations at the Cape (mostly of English speaking people and mostly situated in the Cape Peninsula) as well as some baptisms at the Cape Town Lutheran Congregation. It covers the period 1808 to 1854, but not for every congregation. To access this database go to GenData and then select the menu item 'Gratis Data' and from the drop down list, 'Engelse Doopseels'. It does not work linked direct from this page.
Church Register transcripts, a project in progress, the eGGSA branch of the GSSA.
Church Register transcripts, a selction from a variety of sects - various periods covered, to be found on the e-family web site
First Fifty Years Project, A project to transcribe and make available copies of records relating to individuals who lived at the Cape during the first decades of the settlement after 1652, by Delia Robertson
Gravestones in South Africa, a combined project between the eGGSA branch of the GSSA and the GSSA Cemetery Recording Project.
Inventories of the Orphan Chamber of the Cape of Good Hope by the TEPC team of transcribers and editors - this series is now complete and contain 75 volumes, 1673-1834. It now also contains the first 5 volumes of the Venudrollen (auction records), the series MOOC 10, dating from 1691 to 1748. This is an amazing piece of work and immensely valuable, both for genealogists and historians.
NAAIRS, online index of the South Africa Archives
Useful with the above is the NAAIRS Parser, by Keith Meintjes
Resolutions of the Council of Policy of Cape of Good Hope - the TANAP project
South African Jewish Rootsbank. Database containing many different types of information, but only accessible by searching for a name. If you have a download accelerator installed on your computer, you will need to remember to disable this in order to access this information (there is usually a key combination available to disable the download accelerator).
South African Settlers, no author or contact provided. A searchable list of names. Site introduction states: Settlers from the British Isles to South Africa during the 19th century,
particularly those who went in 1820, but also many who arrived before and after that year. Information has been drawn from Settler files at the Albany Museum and Cory Library in
Grahamstown, South Africa; South African Death Notices (DN); Colonial Office papers (CO); and the International Genealogical Index (IGI).
South Africa War Graves Project, by Ralph McLean
Stellenbosch Death and Burial Registers, with related regsiters and information, compiled by Ockert Malan (in afrikaans). This is also available on the eGGSA web site Burial, Cremation and Death Registers database.