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A contextualization and examination of the impi yamakhanda (1906 uprising) as reported by J. L. Dube in Ilanga Lase Natal, with special focus on Dube’s attitude to Dinuzulu as indicated in his reportage on the treason trial of Dinuzulu

The thesis explores not only the history but also the competing histories of 1906. It is however no claim to represent the entire history - undoubtedly a period of great complexity, and a time of tragedy for the African people that culminated in their

A critical look at the role of the Muslim Judicial Council in the struggle for liberation in South Africa from 1960 to 1994

An extended research paper presented in partial fulfilment of the requirements for B.A.(Honours) Degree in History at the University of Cape Town. The aim of this essay is to examine the role of the Muslim Judicial Council (MJC) in the struggle against apartheid in South Africa.

A geography of hawking at the Westcliffe market

The last century has witnessed an unprecedented rate of urbanization in the developing countries. Normally because the rural areas cannot support the poor families$, they migrate to urban Centre seeking employment.

A hindi-speaking hindu marriage an ethnographic description

This study attempts to give an ethnographic description ot a Hindu marriage which characterizes the orthodox Hindi speaking section of the community and whose religious....

A historical investigation into the garment industry in Natal with specific reference to the garment workers industrial union [Natal]

The history of the Garment Workers Industrial Union indicates that its strategy is one of negotiation and subordination. As paid representatives of the Garment Workers, the union did not and does not wish to attack the autonomous power of the employers.

A historical sketch on Ubuntu

The thesis is that our identity is partly shaped by recognition or its absence, often by the misrecognition of others, and so a person or group of people can suffer real damage, real distortion, if the people or society around them mirror back to them a

A mapping of the KwaZulu Natal political conflict with reference to Inkatha (1990-1993)

Thesis submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree magister philosophiae in the Faculty of Arts at the University of Port Elizabeth.

A preliminary study of the first decade of The Leader with particular reference to its stance on the Passive Resistance Campaign of 1946

In November 1991 The Leader newspaper celebrated its 50th anniversary.

A qualitative investigation into the risk and protective factors that mediate non-fatal suicidal behaviour in Indian adolescents (Thesis, 2008)

Considering the escalating rate of suicidal behaviour in adolescents, not much is
known about the risk and protective factors that mediate non-fatal suicidal behaviour
among this group. This study has focused on exploring the subjective worlds of Indian

A Study of Affirmative action and employment equity in higher Institutions in KwaZulu-Natal

The fact that the composition of staff in Higher Education institutions fails to reflect the demographic realities of South Africa and that Black people and women are still severely underrepresented, especially in senior academic and management positions, provided a compelling motivation for this

A Study of African Domestic Workers in an Indian Township

This research is undertaken in the belief that sociologists and anthropologists in South Africa have a particular obligation to record the injustice and exploitation that surround us and of which we are often a contributing factor.

A study of Inkatha Yesizwe's approach to the youth, with specific reference to the Movement's Youth Brigade

A dissertation submitted to the Faculty of Arts, University of Cape Town, in partial fulfillment for the degree of Bachelor of Arts, Honours.

A study of strategic manangement among Indian Businesses of Durban

The Indian traders came to Durban with practically nothing, but their willingness and determination to work, contributed to the development of the country and also enabled them to increase their standards of living.

A study of the theoretical aspects of ANC mobilisational methods in the Eastern Cape Townships of Cradock and Port Alfred, 1980-1988

A dissertation submitted in fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Magister Artium in National Strategy in the Faculty of Arts at the Rand Afrikaans University.This dissertation investigates theoretical aspects of the mobilisational of the African National Congress and its surrogate org

A STUDY OF THE WEST STREET MOSQUE IN DURBAN.

submitted in part fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of HONOURS BACHELORS Department of Islamic Studies in the Faculty of Arts at the University of Durban-Westville.

Adverse conditions in the Merebank area and possible urban design interventions (Thesis, 2008) [Pollution, Amenities etc.]

While, many communities around South Africa have been affected by apartheid planning, some were left worse off than others. Apartheid planning followed a distinct socio-political and economic programme, as well as a particular development approach.

Africans in Cape Town: state policy and popular resistance, 1936-73

Thesis presented for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy in the Department of History in the University of Cape Town.

An examination of the "dual" nature of the identity of South African Indians and the response of the community to the partition of India in 1947.

On 23 March 194 7 the Progressive Muslim Association convened a meeting in Durban to commemorate the seventh anniversary of Pakistan Day. The speakers at the meeting commented on the communal strife in India at the time and articulated the views of the Muslim community in South Africa.

An exploration of the reasons surrounding Indian businesswomen's involvement in home-based business in Shallcross

The topic of this study is “An exploration of the reasons surrounding Indian
businesswomen’s involvement in home-based businesses in Shallcross, Durban”. The
objective of this study was to investigate some of the reasons why Indian women choose

An investigation into cultural barriers in intercultural communication between Blacks and Indians at Durban Institute of Technology

This study investigates language varieties, non-verbal behaviour and language
attitudes as cultural barriers which inhibit successful communication between
Blacks and Indians at Durban Institute of Technology. The investigation reveals

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