Gandhi-Luthuli Documentation Centre

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Cancellation of s Book Club subscription

Phyllis Naidoo's letter to a book club to cancel her subscription.

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 Four)

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

Changing form and political purpose in selected works of Ronnie Govender

This dissertation explores changing form and political purpose in selected works of Ronnie Govender, by analysing reasons for the shifts in Govender’s choice of genre, and the effects of these genre shifts in his work.

Churches and the South Africa Liberation Struggle

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

Correspondence from C. I. Vawda & Co.

 Correspondence from Attorneys at Law to Phyllis Naidoo

Critical success factors of successful Indian entrepreneurs in the Tshwane metropolitan area

This work seeks to explore the critical success factors that influence the success of
Indian small business owners in the Tshwane area. To achieve this, the objective of the
study is to confirm whether there are significant differences between a successful and

Dairy notes February and March - Phyllis Naidoo

Notes diarised by Phyllis Naidoo

Dance and Music in Shebeens

My ongoing research looks at dance and music in shebeens particularly in black
townships today. I am suggesting that dance and its musical accompaniment
can tell us what is happening in a community at a particular time. I have chosen

Detainees

Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to an official in the government

Easter greeting card

Easter greeting card

Family letters - Phyllis Naidoo and Sahdhan

Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to Sahdhan

Festive season letters - Phyllis Naidoo

Phyllis Naidoo writes to family and friends during the Festive season

Fitting the word into action an ethnographic Journey into theatre

The INDIC THEATRE MONOGRAPH SERIES is an attempt to
publish material on theatre performances and related areas tJ)at
have their roots in the South African Indian experience. To distinguish
performances from the Indian subcontinent, the term 'lndic'

HERALDING AN EMERGENT NEW CULTURE? Play : Looking for Muruga

On 29 August 1990, the department of Drama, University of Durban-Westville, presented the première performance of "Looking for Muruga". It was an unusual and, in many respects, a controversial play.

How Finland became involved in the liberation struggles of Southern Africa

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

In the Shadow of the Shah the Indic contribution to our developing South African Culture
Indian Art selected items from Private Collections in Durban 1988

This catalogue is intended as a preliminary step towards an eventually
more complete account of Indian art in private collections in South
Africa. It represents a sampling from a co~centrated area stretching

Indian Businessmen in the Durban Area: Indian Immigration to SA, the Establishment of the Business and its Progress up to the Present
Indian Businessmen in the Durban Area: Indian Immigration to SA, the Establishment of the Business and its Progress up to the Present [Bhoola Family]
Indian merchants and Dukawallahs in the Natal Economy c 1875 – 1914

By 1875 Indians had been present in Natal for fifteen years. They had come out under _indenture from Calcutta and Madras (among other districts) to work on the sugar cane plantations and in the coal mines.

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