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Guaranteeing fundamental freedoms in a new South Africa

The 35th lecture in the Alfred and Winifred Hoernle Memorial Lecture series delivered by Chief Justice M M Corbett in Johannesburg on 7 May 1990, in celebrating the Diamond Jubilee year.

Group conflicts and race prejudice

This lecture is the third in the series Hoernle Memorial Lecture in which there is discussion on the topic of race prejudices in South Africa and the impact it has on group conflicts and further displays how closely the're associated with the social situation that exists in South Africa.

Great power conspiracy

This book examines the relationship between super world powers such as Great Britain, United States of America, France and the Federal Republic of Germany and South Africa and their impact on economic and political development in southern Africa

God made us all, but ... Racism and the World Alliance of Reformed Churches

Chapter in a book about the role of the World Alliance of Reformed Churches in the struggle against racism. Note that only 2 of the 10 pages are available.

Gender, modernity & Indian delights: the women's cultural group of Durban, 1954-2010

For decades, South Africans aspiring to make the perfect biryani have turned to Indian Delights, the best selling cookbook produced by Zuleikha Mayat and the Women's Cultural Group.

Garment Workers' Industrial Union (Natal) : golden jubilee, 1934-1984

The path to our Golden Jubilee
has not been an easy and
smooth sailing one.
During our 50 years of existence,
we had to struggle
against great odds · but thanks
to the dedication of some of our
older members who were steadfast

Freedom and state security in the South African plural society

This paper tries to iron out the concerns of the government and its citizens regarding security and freedom with respect to individual freedom, been expressed in legal constitutional language, in a plural society meaning a society with deep racial and cultural cleavages.

Freedom and state security in the South African plural society

This paper tries to iron out the concerns of the government and its citizens regarding security and freedom with respect to individual freedom, been expressed in legal constitutional language, in a plural society meaning a society with deep racial and cultural cleavages.

Festival of India 89

Festival of India 89

Federation or desolution

The 33rd lecture in the Alfred and Winifred Hoernle Memorial lecture series delivered by Alan Paton in Johannesburg on 23rd May 1985, in which he believes that South Africa should move towards forming a federal constitution and that the" Verwoerdian Utopia has fallen to pieces"; he also challenge

Exit: Endings and New Beginnings in Literature and Life
Enlightened self-interest and the liberal spirit

Alfred and Winifred Hoernle Memorial lecture.The paper discusses how by placing together of self-interest and the liberal spirit might not be beneficial to the liberation struggle and to South Africans on the whole. The relationship between the individual and the state is discussed.

Enlightened self-interest and the liberal spirit

The paper discusses how by placing together of self-interest and the liberal spirit might not be beneficial to the liberation struggle and to South Africans on the whole. The relationship between the individual and the state is discussed.

Education, development and change in Africa

The speech delivered by Murphree places emphasis on education and educating the people of Africa as part of the liberals function in ensuring a positive socio-political change of thought. Bearing in mind that education is a Human Right and should not be used against the criteria of skin colour.

Education is the key to change in South Africa

In this paper, at the the very outset, Bozolli, has expectations of change in the educational pattern as well as change in attitudes. The effects of segregating schools has led to a system of segregated universities in South Africa.

Education is the key to change in South Africa

In this paper, at the the very outset, Bozolli, has expectations of change in the educational pattern as well as change in attitudes. The effects of segregating schools has led to a system of segregated universities in South Africa.

Education for barbarism: Bantu (Apartheid) education in South Africa

The author, himself, one of the leaders in the unity movement and in the struggle for liberation, tries to focus attention on the education system in South Africa, specifically the Bantu education system. Page 4 blank from the original document.

Education and race relations in South Africa: the interaction of educational policies and race relations in South Africa

This is the eleventh address in Heornle Memorial Lecture series delivered by T.B. Davie, on the changing relations between the State and the schools and universities, with discussion on how politics,and racial and national policies have influenced higher education in South Africa.

Draft transcripts Twilight of legality

From the declaration of a national state of Emergency on June 12 1986 onwards, the UDF found itself in a period of twilight legality. This culminated with the restriction ofthe Front in February 1988, effectively banning all of its activities.

Do Judges speak out?

This address was delivered by Judge Richard Goldstone who describes his speech as

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