Services provided to researchers:
The National Archives not only preserves historical materials but also makes them available for consultation. Easy access and reference services are provided to the users. Anyone with a research interest has access to the National Archives collections (except for records where special authorization is needed, for example private papers).These services include :
A Research Unit has been established at the National Archives under Section 33 of the National Archives Act No. 22 of 1999 with a view to do research in the public archives, to publish works of historical interest and to provide background information for exhibitions and celebration of important events.
The National Archives lends records in cases where the Minister gives his approval for display at commemorative exhibitions or any other special occasion.
The National Archives also offers reprographic services to its users. For this purpose the latter will have to fill in an Application Form(Click here). See section on Reprographic Services for the fees charged, as stipulated in our present Regulations.
The National Archives Research and Publication Fund
The National Archives Research and Publication Fund has been established under PART IV of the National Archives Act No. 22 of 1999. It has been set-up with a view to:-
Other additional services
|Last Updated: 14 September, 2017|