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Wednesday, September 06, 2006


Thanks to all involved:

Antonnete Sithole, by re-living the day's events, helped with identifying her route, from Tshesele High School to Phefeni senior secondary school.

Mphafi Mphafi, for identifying the Morris Isaacson High School Route. Mphafi now works with the June 16th Foundation and at the time chairman of the South African students movement (from 1974 to 1975). He is currently involved with the Johannesburg Road Agency (JRA) in formalising the Soweto township sidewalks and roads.

Oupa Maloto, from the June 16th Foundation, was instrumental in identifying meeting places in central western Jabavu.

Ali Hlongwane, for identifying the Madibane High route and Junior secondary school routes in Diepkloof. As well as the Avalon Memorial Route in Chiawelo.

ASM architects and urban designers, for managing the Hector Pieterson Research Project and for facilitating architectural scale drawings of the routes of the uprisings. In particular, S'phelele Nxumalo, Lorenzo Nassimbeni and Liale Francis.

Ismail Farouk - The primary researcher who talked to all the individual contributors and collected all the content on Soweto uprisings . com.

Babak Fakhamzadeh created the online environment. In doing so, he used the Flickr API, the Google Maps API, the Geo-names webservice, the GeoURL webfeed, the tabber script from Barelyfitz designs, the Lightbox JS v2.0 script by Lokesh Dhakar, the Rich HTML Balloon Tooltip code listed on Dynamic Drive, some additional javascript by Shawn Olson and even some of his own code.
The cloud tags is done by ZoomClouds, the backend of soweto uprisings . com uses the excellent tableeditor by 2enetworx.

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