See below for a selection of published material


Hayden, Susan & Phillips, Keith. Beautiful Banhoek. Keith Phillips Publishing. 2015. Despite its extraordinary natural beauty, the Banhoek Valley outside Stellenbosch remains relatively unknown. Yet few regions in South Africa can claim such a rich and fascinating history, from the arrival of early settlers, slaves and farmers through to the present day. In this valley, some … Continue reading BEAUTIFUL BANHOEK (2015)

Winelands, Wealth & Work (2014)

Tracey Randle: ‘The Inheritance of Loss’ in Van der Waal, C. S. Winelands, wealth and work: transformations in the Dwars River Valley, Stellenbosch. University of KwaZulu-Natal Press, 2014. Through histories of slavery, colonialism, apartheid and paternalism, the Dwars River Valley in South Africa’s Western Cape province instantiates labour exploitation and concomitant societal ills. Recently, and in line … Continue reading Winelands, Wealth & Work (2014)


Randle, T. “Solms-Delta: a story van de Caab” in Capensis: Quartely Journal of the Western Cape Branch of the Genealogicial Society of South Africa. 2008. (1). “The estate known as Delta was first planted to vines in the 17th century, but it was only in 2001 that it began to redress the painful history upon which the SA wine industry … Continue reading CAPENSIS JOURNAL (2008)


Randle, T. Grappling with Grapes: Wine Tourism of the Western Cape. A Minor Dissertation submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the award of the degree of Masters in Historical Studies. University of Cape Town. 2004. To read the full thesis click here  ABSTRACT This thesis acts as a series of ‘snapshots’ into the meaning … Continue reading GRAPPLING WITH GRAPES (2004)