Profile, Namibia .Booklet discussing: basic facts, churches, resources, chronology, political development and economic situations.
|Prejudice in modern perspective||
The twelfth in the Hoernle Memorial Lecture delivered by Professor Dordon W Allport and centres around the subject of prejudices be it a "love prejudice" or "hate prejudice", which can be prejudiced for or against an object. As defined from the writings of St.
|Penal reform and race relations||
This address delivered by Winifred Hoernle is the fourth in the series of the Hoernle Memorial Lectures. This is the first public statement on the report of the Penal Reform Commission, on which Mrs. Hoernle served.
|Paramhansa Yogananda Ashram||
Paramhansa Yogananda Ashram
|Our glorious heritage, a dravidian experience||
For some considerable time, the Author has been contemplating a survey of the social, education-al, cultural, religious, economic and political development of the people of South Indian origin in this country.
|Negotiating the Past: The Making of Memory in South Africa|
|Natal Tamil Vedic Society||
THE Natal Tamil Vedic Society was formed on the 26th September, 1951, when two of the most outstanding Tamil organisations, the Hindu Tamil Institute and the Young Men's Vedic Society, amalgamated under the name, The Natal Tamil Vedic Society.
|Natal Indian Teacher's Society Silver Jubilee 1925-50||
To mark its Silver Jubilee, the Natal Indian Teachers' Society presents this record of its birth, growth and development over the last twenty-five years, and because it ties up so closely with Indian teachers, the record includes the growth and development of Indian education in general.
|Namibia resource package||
Namibia resource package, produced by the SACBC peace and war committee, Cape democrats Namibia information group and Namibia solidarity committee Western cape including contents, 1 General overview profile on Namibia, 2 Military rule history of military conflict, 3 Economy and living standard ov
|Multiple communities: Muslims in post-apartheid South Africa||
In letters to newspapers and call-in programmes on radio stations, and also among many journalists and political commentators, South Africa's Muslims are largely viewed as a monolith, whether they live in the working-class townships of Phoenix in KwaZulu-Natal (KZN), the Cape Flats in the Western
This is the 30th lecture delivered by Dr. Hugh Ashton in the Alfred and Winifred Hoernle Memorial Lecture series on january 18, 1978 at the University of Cape Town.
|Monty Naicker: Between reason and treason||
Monty was a man of the people who believed in collective leadership and made an invaluable contribution in transforming the Natal Indian Congress once again into a mass organisation, unifying and mobilising all sections of the community – the working class, small traders, professionals and intell
|Monty ... Meets Gandhi ... meets Mandela: The dilemma of non-violent resisters in South Africa, 1940-1960||
This article focuses on key moments in the life of Doctor G.M. "Monty" Naicker (1911-1978), an Edinburgh-educated medical doctor and contemporary of Yusuf Dadoo, who displaced moderate elements in Indian politics in South Africa when he became president of the Natal Indian Congress 1946.
|MODES OF WORSHIP AMONG TAMIL PEOPLE IN .... SOUTH. AFRICA||
The present writer's interest in the Tamil community stems from his lone-standing interest in the Hindu religion, more particularly in its practice among Hindus in South Africa. With the division of the Hindu community of South Africa into four language groups, viz.
|Manifesto of the Communist Party||
Communist Party pamphlet sent into South Africa illegally. False cover with the title What animal is it, by R Bikale. (incomplete)
|Majority rule: some notes||
This forms part of a collection of articles which formed part of a series in The Educational Journal. The series of articles has dissected the concept Majority Rule and analyses it with regard to its meaning in the South African situation.
|Liberty, equality, fraternity-today||
The seventeenth Hoernle Memorial Lecture delivered by D.V. Cowen in which he describes how South Africa and its citizens would benefit by working together to gain democracy and to ensure that the country moves away from discrimination.
|Liberalism and the problem of power||
The 34th lecture in the Alfred and Winifred Heornle Memorial Lecture series, delivered by Charles Simkins in which he discusses the issues around applying liberal values to the South African political and economic organisation, focussing on the oppressive use of power.
|Legitimacy and struggle||
Chapter addressing the question of violence and non-violence as an issue for churches in South Africa.