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Christian principles and race problems

This was the first lecture in a series of the Hoernle Memorial Lectures delivered by Jan H. Hofmeyr, who was subsequently a student of Professor Hoernle at the South African College back in 1908.

Christian principles and race problems

This was the first lecture in a series of the Hoernle Memorial Lectures delivered by Jan H. Hofmeyr, who was subsequently a student of Professor Hoernle at the South African College back in 1908.

Race attitudes and education

The second in a series titled Hoernle Memorial Lecture, which was delivered by E G Malherbe, who held the position of Principal of Natal University College at the time.

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

Race attitudes and education

The second in a series titled Hoernle Memorial Lecture, which was delivered by E G Malherbe, who held the position of Principal of Natal University College at the time.

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.

Africa beyond the Union

This address is the fifth of the Heornle Memorial Lecture series delivered by W.M. Macmillan who describes and differentiates the political, economic and social conditions of countries outside of South Africa.

Survey of race relations in South Africa: 1949-1950

A Survey of race relations in South Africa in 1949-1950 and includes chapters on: Rights and duties of liberals in South Africa; Institute activities and their background; Legislative measures; Policy; Government administrative matters affecting race relaions; Administration of justice; Health an

We come of age

This is the sixth address of the Hoernle Memorial Lecture series delivered by Edgar Brookes who emphasises on the need for White South Africans to make changes to the current political sitaution of South Africa and to journey towards achieving democracy and freedom for all citizens.

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.

Race, culture and personality

The fifteenth Heornle Memorial Lecture delivered by Dr.

Separate development: the challenge of the Transkei

The nineteenth Alfred and Winifred Hoernle Memorial lecture.The Transkei became a semi-autonomous territory in Decmber 1963 and separate territorial development began to take place.

A Survey of race relations in South Africa: 1963

A survey of race relations in South Africa in 1963 and includes chapters on: Policies and attitudes; New non-White organizations and their activities; Political refugees and absentees; Control of publications; The Population of South Africa, and measures to deter intermingling; The African reserv

Apartheid: a crisis of the Christian conscience

This address by Denis Hurley covers the South African political situation around the path of Christian ethics, love, and morals to lead us to the goal of racial peace in South Africa. The Alfred and Winifred Hoernle Memorial Lecture 1964.

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.

Can Africa come of age?

The sixteenth Hoernle Memorial Lecture delivered by Professor C.W. de Kiewiet in which he discusses Africa and it's political situation as seen from the rest of the world.

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.

The Government of divided communities

The fourteenth Hoernle Memorial Lecture delivered by David Thomas in which he describes the fears of the worlds population and the fact that there are different races in the world, and they all vary in their social and economic development.

The Ethics of apartheid

The thirteenth address in the Hoernle Memorial Lecture series delivered by professor B.B.

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.

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