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WELCOMING DELEGATES TO THE AFRICAN RENAISSANCE CONFERENCE ADDRESS BY PREMIER L P H M MTSHALI

Chairperson, His Excellency President T M Mbeki, Hon Deputy .President Mr J G Zuma, Hon Minister of Home Affairs Dr MG Buthelezi, your excellencies, Honourable National Mjnisters and Deputy Ministers, members of the diplomatic corps, members of the consular corps, delegates, members of the KwaZul

What is the UDF

UDF Press Conference held on 1 August 1983 at Khotso House, Johannesburg. Discussing history and the background of the United Democratic Front from the time it was established, the meaning of UDF, the progress and the task ahead.

When legal is not good enough: The Grasmere Case: Paper presented at National Conference 1984

When lLegal is not good enough: The Grasmere Case: Paper presented at National Conference on 17 March 1984 discussing forced removals, housing, employment, apartheid, legislation, detentions, poverty.

Where to now White students

Paper presented at the April 1972 National Union of South African Students (NUSAS) seminar which discusses the background to NUSAS and analyses the dilemma facing students as individuals and as part of a student body.

White students and change

Paper presented at National Seminar of the National Union of South African Students, April 1973. Discusses how White students can participate in and promote process of change in South African society.

Winterfeld: Paper presented at National Conference 1980

Winterfeld -Paper presented at National Conference on 12 March 1980 discussing Squatter Settlements, housing, forced removals, migrant labour, homelands, workshops.

Winterfeld: Paper presented at National Conference 1981

Winterfeld- Paper presented at National Conference on 14 March 1981 discussing unemployment, labour control, homelands, tenancy, leashold system, housing schemes.

Witchcraft or Madness? The Amandiki of Zululand, 1894-19141

In late May 1999 Anglican Archdeacon, Ebenezer Ntlali, performed an exorcism to drive out evil
spirits from a hundred or so schoolgirls at St John's College, a church school with over a
thousand students in Umtata, of former Transkei region of South Africa. According to

World Conference against racism
WORLD CONFERENCE AGAINST RACISM, RACIAL DISCRIMINATION, XENOPHOBIA AND RELATED INTOLERANCE

UN General Assembly Geneva 2001 Adoption of the final document

WORLD CONFERENCE AGAINST RACISM, RACIAL DISCRIMINATION, XENOPHOBIA AND RELATED INTOLERANCE

Second session Geneva, 21 May-1 June 2001

World Conference Against Racism: Globalisation Resource Document. Aug - Sept 2001
WORLD CONFERENCE OF RELIGIONS SOUVENIR 1991

WORLD CONFERENCE OF RELIGIONS
SOUVENIR
1991

World's Religions A Global Congress after September 11

World's Religions A Global Congress after September 11

Youth and the building of the nation

Opening address by I B Tabata, to the 1st Conference of the Society of Young Africa (SOYA) held on 20th December 1951. This is an important stage in which the Non-European Unity Movement (NEUM) has reached in their political development; it is here that SOYA is been formed.

Yusuf Dadoo: Transnational Politics, South African Belonging

Although people of Indian origin have been present in South Africa since 1860, they are still objects of suspicion in the ‘New’ South Africa. In many quarters, they are accused of exploiting Africans and, in the past, collaborating with apartheid.

‘But We Were Thousands’ Dispossession, Resistance, Repossession and Repression in Mandela Park [ Evictions ]

This paper has been reduced by over a third for this seminar.

‘But We Were Thousands’: Dispossession, Resistance, Repossession and Repression in Mandela Park

This article seeks to give an outline of the key events in the unfolding struggle in Mandela Park, Cape Town, South Africa, against evictions and disconnections from water and electricity.

‘Without the luxury of time’: AIDS, Representation and the Birth of Rights-based AIDS Activism in the 1980s

On the August 4th 2003 Treatment Action Campaign (TAC) activists marched on the

first South African AIDS Conference. The singing and toyi-toying demonstrators

reached the court-yard next to the entrance to the conference’s venue, Durban’s

’Celebrating the International Anti-Apartheid Movement in South Africa’s Freedom Struggle: Lessons for Today’ University of KwaZulu-Natal, International Convention Centre, Durban, 10 - 13 October 2004 (Day Three)

As part of the national celebrations to mark the decade of freedom, the Documentation Centre and the Campbell Collections of the University of KwaZulu-Natal will jointly host a conference of the International Anti-Apartheid Movement over three days in Durban from 10 - 13 October, 2004.  The confe

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