SA Jewish Rootsbank: The South African Jewish Database at the Centre for
Jewish Migration and Genealogy Studies. This is now the major resource for
study of South African Jewish Families.
The Poor Jews' Temporary Shelter Database has extensive records of many of
the Jews passing through en route to South Africa between 1896-1914.
The South African National Archives has many details of individual Jews in
their archives and their databases can be searched easily.
South African Special Interest Group (SIG) has a lot of information about SA
Jewry, some databases and also runs a discussion group online.
The major resource for study of Jewish Genealogy is JewishGen.
Latvian SIG covers many of the other parts of the Baltics, especially
Courland, where SA Jews originated.
Belarus SIG covers Minsk Guberniya and other Belarus areas.
History of the Zimbabwe Jewish community.