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Born to Eternal Life
Brief history of the South African Hindu Maha Sabha, 1912- to present

Brief history of the
South African Hindu
Maha Sabha, 1912- to
present

Brits crisis

Briefing article on Brits crisis where there were allegations of corruption, some people were arrested after people were killed. They could not figure out what is the cause of the violence.

Call to whites Repression: Has the State of emergency really ended?

The official state of emergency ended on March 7 1986, as in that month more people died than at any other time during the state of Emergency

Called to Reconciliation
Campaign for National United Action: Christmas against the emergency December 16 to 26

Newspaper clipping regarding campaign for National United Action-christmas against the emergengcy December 16 to 26. UDF pledge themselves to ten days of united action in protest against apartheid and the state of emergency

Cape Provincial Administration to resettle farm dwellers

Article relating to the re-settling of farm dwellers evicted from Wolseley Estate, Kei Road by the Cape Provincial Administration's community services office

Caribbean Quarterly: Contents of Past Issues
CCAWUSA Johannesburg branch: Discussion paper-the way forward

Article by the Commercial Catering and Allied Workers Union of South Africa (CCAWUSA) to all locals/Shopstewards. It discusses the historical background, the clarification of what they have been fighting for and the formation of the organisation. Accompanying documents are reports.

Changing Islamic traditions and emerging identities in South Africa

The de-racialization of South African society in the midst of accelerating economic and cultural globalization has set in motion profound social, cultural and political changes that have confronted the existing notions of identity of most South Africans.

Chatsworth Between Continuity and Change.

Chatsworth was established as a township for Indians in the early 1960s by the apartheid government. The expansion of education and growth of industry from the 1960s resulted in the economic mobility of many Indians. This was reflected in the extensions to houses and …

Chief Lucas Mangope
Child rearing and parent-child relationships

Paper dealing with family relationships in Soweto such as parent-child relationships and how social change or social conditions affect these relationships.

Chinua Achebe: A Bibliography
Chinua Achebe: Nigerian Novelist
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Christian trusteeship as the only satisfactory Native policy
Christianity can save us

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