A collection of rare and valuable Southern African artefacts has been moved from the Johannesburg Art Gallery to the Brenthurst Library in Parktown for safekeeping. The library is a private repository for Africana, built in 1984 with funding by mining magnate Harry Oppenheimer.

The collection was brought from the UK in the mid-1980s and entrusted to the Joburg gallery on permanent loan...

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