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Christian trusteeship as the only satisfactory Native policy
Christianity can save us
Christina Ama Ata Aidoo
Chronology Mahatma Gandhi

Chronology Mahatma Gandhi

Civil rights and the university

An article on civil rights by Geoff Budlender, SRC President at the University of Cape Town, South Africa

Clayton: rewritten version of paragraph
Clothing dry bones: The Myth of Shaka
Collective Leadership in the Soviet Union

Article by Michael Harmel in "New Age" - 'Collective Leadership in the Soviet Union'. Discusses Stalin's role in the Soviet Union

Colonial Affairs. The Bond of Color

Western nations would be unwise to ignore the revolution in thought which has taken place throughout those parts of the world inhabited by the darker races. Westerns ave previously classed them as coloured people and implied thereby that they were inferior to the sp called white races.....

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Constituent Assembly and Interim Government

Paper prepared by the African National Congress Department of Political Education, on defining a constitution, what kind of constitution the ANC would like to see in South Africa, how it could be achieved and defining and discussing an interim government.

Constitutional guideline for a democratic South Africa

Draft of Constitutional guideline for a democratic South Africa from the African National Congress Constitutional Committee.

CONSTRUCTIONS OF COMMUNITY AND IDENTITY AMONG INDIANS IN COLONIAL NATAL, 1860–1910: THE ROLE OF THE MUHARRAM FESTIVAL

This article is concerned with the historical construction of communities, cultures and identities in colonial Natal, in this case an Indian grouping that emerged from the heterogeneous collection of indentured workers imported between 1860 and 1911.

Consultation of SA church leaders on racism in South Africa, Hammanskraal, 11-15 February, 1980

Article containing confidential background information on a consultation of South Africa church leaders on racism in South Africa, presented at Hammanskraal 11-15 February 1980.

CONTESTING MEANINGS AND AUTHENTICITY: INDIAN ISLAM AND MUHARRAM "PERFORMANCES" IN DURBAN, 2002

This paper examines Muharram rituals in present-day Indian Islam in South Africa.

Contesting ‘Orthodoxy’: The Tablighi–Sunni Conflict among South African Muslims in the 1970s and 1980s

Muslims constitute less than 2% of South Africa's population. In a context where divisions of race, ethnicity and class predominated, schisms among South Africa's Muslims have been largely overlooked in the country's historiography.

Contributions to the Dictionary of Literary Biography on 20th Century Black African writers
Contributions to the Dictionary of Literary Biography on 20th Century Black African writers
CONTROL AND REPRESSION: THE PLIGHT OF INDIAN HAWKERS AND FLOWER SELLERS IN DURBAN, 1910-1948

Hundreds of Indians attempted to make a living on the streets of Durban as hawkers and flower sellers between 1910 and 1948 as they left plantation indentures to find work in the urban environment.

Control of African Leisure Time in Durban in the 1930s

For Paul Maylam, African politics in Durban during the 1930s lacked the'militancy, vibrancy
and mass participation that characterised popular protest in 1929 and 1930.'H·~ attributes
this to a combination of factors which include th~: reinforcement of police strength, the …

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