|In the end it was academic: Responses to the establishment of the University College for Indians||
It will be wrong to advise an Indian father or a prospective student what choice he should make. Each person must accept the responsibility for his own decision, since whatever decisions he makes there will be sacrifices.
|School Sports: The Missing Dimension in the Debate about Sports Transformation in Democratic South Africa Since 1994||
This study examines debates about sports in post-apartheid South Africa where there is great pressure on sports bodies and administrators to transform the game by introducing more Black players and administrators into the mainstream sports arena.
|INDIAN MUSLIM RESPONSES TO ISLAMOPHOBIA IN AUSTRALIAN CITIES: CONFLICTS OVER MOSQUES||
There has been increased tension in Australian cities over the past decade over plans to construct mosques in a context where Islam appear to be less accepted as a component of Australian religious and cultural society at a time when the Muslim population has increased as a result of migration fr
|Institutional Hinduism: The Founding of the South African Hindu Maha Sabha, 1912||
The majority of the indentured workers who were shipped to Natal between 1860 and 1911 to serve as a source of cheap labour settled in the colony after completing their indentures.
|Hinduism in South Africa: Caste, Ethnicity, and Invented Traditions, 1860-Present||
This paper examines the experience of Hindus and Hinduism in South Africa over the past century and half. It shows that while the influence of caste has generally greatly diminished, Hinduism continues to flourish, and even shows signs of prosperity in public spaces.
|“Gagged and trussed rather securely by the law”: The 1952 Defiance Campaign in Natal||
For almost half a century after the establishment of the Union of South Africa in 1910, Black1 South Africans responded to the segregationist policies of successive white minority governments principally through non-violent techniques of resistance, such as boycotts, civil disobedience, mass demo
|Cricket and corruption: the post apartheid relationship between India and South Africa within and beyond the boundary||
International sports sanctions against the apartheid government resulted in the isolation of South African cricket from 1970 to 1991.
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|The May 2008 Xenophobic Violence in South Africa: Antecedents and Aftermath||
This article revisits the May 2008 xenophobic attacks in South Africa in order to grapple with key questions around the causes of xenophobia in South Africa, measures that can be taken to address xenophobia and ways in which diverse but inclusive communities can be built.
|Non-Governmental Organisations and Xenophobia in South Africa: A Case study of the Gift of the Givers||
This article examines the response of a Non-Governmental Organisation (GOTG) to the 2008 xenophobic attacks and more broadly reflects on the role of NGOs in confronting xenophobia in South Africa and in conflict situations more broadly.
|Race, Empire, and Citizenship: Sarojini Naidu's 1924 Visit to South Africa||
This paper focuses on Sarojini Naidu's noteworthy 1924 visit to South Africa. She was the first high profile Indian to visit after the departure of Mohandas K. Gandhi in 1914.
|INDIAN INDENTURE: SPEAKING ACROSS THE OCEANS||
This paper argues that research on Indian indentured labour needs to move beyond the conceptual limitations imposed by the neo-slavery / Tinkerian paradigm, which has focused excessively on the extent to which the indentured experience was (or was not) little more than “a new system of slavery”
|Gender, Citizenship and Power The Westcliff Flats Residents Association||
The post-apartheid period has witnessed a mushrooming of activity by civic organizations in South Africa. This paper focuses on a group of women in Westcliff, Chatsworth, who have been persevering against difficult odds over the past two decades.
|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 …
|THE DIASPORA AT HOME: INDIAN VIEWS AND THE MAKING OF ZULEIKHA MAYAT'S PUBLIC VOICE||
This article examines how the Gujarati-speaking Muslim trading class in South(ern) Africa was linked as a reading public through a newspaper, Indian Views, which had been founded in early twentieth-century Durban in opposition to Mahatma Gandhi's Indian Opinion.
|Race, class and nationalism : the 1947 visit of Monty Naicker and Yusuf Dadoo to India, 1947||
This article focuses on a 1947 tour of India by two South African Indian doctors, Yusuf Dadoo and GM (Monty) Naicker, during which they met with Mohandas K Gandhi and Jawaharlal Nehru and attended the All-Asia Conference.
|Between Apartheid and Neoliberalism in Durban’s Indian Quarter||
A drive from Durban's beaches towards the once bustling ''Indian quarter''will lead to a confluence of three streets: Monty Naicker, Alfred Bitini Xuma, and Yusuf Dadoo.
|Identity and Belonging in Post-Apartheid South Africa: The Case of Indian South Africans||
This paper examines Indian identities in the post-apartheid period, focusing in particular on the vexed issues of identity and belonging.
|Ahmed Deedat and Muslim-ChristianRelations at the Cape, c. 1960-1980||
This paper establishes the historical context of Muslim-Christian relations at the Cape, the role played by Ahmed Deedat in this relationship, and the public reaction to his role.
|The Viability of Islamic Banking and Finance in a Capitalist Economy: A South African Case Study||
Muslims in post-apartheid South Africa have been seeking to introduce stricter Islamic codes in the public and private domains to redefine the kind of Muslims they want to be.