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Cry, the Beloved Country: A milestone in literature
Cry, the Beloved Country: an entry in John 'o London's literary Competition
Cultural Confrontation: Race, Politics and Cricket in South Africa in the 1970s and 1980s

This narrative of Yacoob Omar, one of South Africa's finest Black2 cricketers during the apartheid era, is more than a story about cricket.

Cultural considerations for a democratic South African Constitution

Paper produced by the ANC Department of Arts and Culture from an in-house seminar on Constitutional guidelines for a democratic South Africa, held in Lusaka, Zambia.

Current conditions

Paper analysing the international and Southern African situation, different forms of sactions, and forms of investments.

Dance and Music in Shebeens

My ongoing research looks at dance and music in shebeens particularly in black
townships today. I am suggesting that dance and its musical accompaniment
can tell us what is happening in a community at a particular time. I have chosen

Death of a Tsotsi
Debbie go Home
Deconstructing ‘Indianness’: Cricket and the Articulation of Indian Identities in Durban, 1900–32

Indian immigrants arrived in South Africa in two waves; approximately 150,000 indentured laborers imported between 1860 and 1911 were followed by traders from the west coast of India.

Defence and Aid
Defend, consolidate and advance the Front

An article on defend, consolidate and advance the Front which is divided in five topics such as National democratic struggle and the front approach, broadening the front, the United Democratic Front and political centre, the United Front and the state of emergency and the way forward.

Department of Education Budget to Actual Report Fiscal year 1987
Despair as a way to see life more clearly
Diepkloof Reformatory
Discussion Paper on the transformation of the United Democratic Front

Discussion Paper on the transformation of the United Democratic Front and the future of UDF.

Disobedient Daughters: Debating Culture and Rights in Rural KwaZulu-Natal

Disobe High levels of unemployment in South Africa have shifted rural households away from a reliance on male migrant wages and towards a diversity of income-generating strategies.

Divide and Rule
Divine Right

Draft of editorial by I B Tabata for the independent newspaper, Ikhwezi Lomso, following the death of Strydom and his replacement by Dr Verwoerd.

Does Luthuli deserve the Nobel Prize?

Extract from the Rand Daily Mail, Monday, October 30, 1961. The article debating the validity of giving Albert Luthuli the Nobel Prize for Peace.

Dr Abdullah Abdurahman (1873-1940)

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