News and Events

2016-17 APHP Executive Committee

The new Executive elected at the recent AGM are as follows:

Mike Scurr (Chair)
Sarah Winter (Treasurer)
Cindy Postlethwayt
Stephen Townsend
Jenna Lavin
Katie Smuts
Janine de Waal
Muneerah Karriem (Co-opted as Secretary to the Association)

Attached, the minutes of meeting and financial statements.

APHP Professionalisation - Expression of Interest

APHP is embarking on the next stage in our development as a profession and towards formal recognition and certification. The Exco recognises that, in order to move forward confidently, it is necessary to engage someone, a 'Champion', to drive this process in a focused and continuing manner.

Please see attached for further information.

If interested please take note of the 15 May 2016 deadline and/or help spread the word!

DEA&DP/HWC Operational Agreement for the co-ordination of Environmental Impact Assessments (EIAs) and Heritage Impact Assessments (HIAs)

On 5 April 2016, APHP hosted a workshop in this regard. A presentation was made by Gerhard Gerber (DEA&DP) and Jenna Lavin (HWC). A copy of this presentation, together with the Operational Agreement and Gantt Charts which outline the integrated process to be followed is attached.

Adoption of Constitutional Amendment

Attached, the revised Constitution which includes the amendment adopted in November 2015. This amendment allows for Institutional membership of the Association.

Please refer to Section 3.4 of the Constitution for the said amendment.

Heritage Inventories Panel Discussion

On the 22nd September 2015 APHP hosted a Heritage Inventories Panel Discussion.

Attached, a summary of the presentation: Taking Stock - Heritage Inventories and Heritage Decision Making

Report: Conference on Professionalisation

On 20 and 21 March 2015, APHP hosted a conference/workshop on the PROFESSIONALISATION OF HERITAGE IN SOUTH AFRICA

The notes of APHP Exco Members as well as copies of the presentations given at the conference/workshop are available for download below.

Annual General Meeting 2015/2016 Minutes

The Annual General Meeting took place on the 27th of May 2015. The final minutes are included below.

Seminar Series

Our ongoing seminar series consists of presentations of issues, projects, recent theses and professional or theoretical considerations that we believe are of interest to our members and/or impact on professional practice. CPD points can be generated by attending seminar presentations.