Gandhi-Luthuli Documentation Centre

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M K Gandhi Library

Named after Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, The M K Gandhi Library (situated at 140 Queen Street) was officially opened on 10 September 1921 - at a time when the provision of public library services to Indians was sorely neglected.

M L Sultan Cake display

Two tier cake display at the catering department in ML Sultan

M. Ambigay Pillay in "Krialai" (23/02/1952).
M. M. Dadoo merchant - Krugersdorp
M. M. Dadoo merchant - Krugersdorp (with negatives)
M. M. Dadoo merchant - Krugersdorp (with negatives)
MA Graduation of Fatima Meer flanked by Hansie Pollock and Hymish Dickie Clarke
Mac Maharaj and collegues at the Gandhi, Luthuli, King, Mandela Exhibition
Mac Maharaj and Devaki Jain at the Gandhi, Luthuli, King, Mandela Exhibition
Madressa Shoukatul Islam

Picture of an Islamic School in the Indian Views Newspaper

Maharaj's Prayer Goods Shop in Phoenix

Prayer goods shop

Mahatma Gandhi - a brief profile

Mahatma Gandhi - a brief profile Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi was born in 1869 in the small princely state of Porbander where his father was the Diwan (prime minister) to the ruler. Mohandas was a rather shy and timid child.At the age of thirteen he was married to Kasturba.

Maidstone Shree Emperumal Temple Committee

Maidstone Shree Emperumal Temple Committee

Major factors contributing to the sustainable profitability of South African Indian family businesses

Indians arrived in South Africa since 1860 predominantly as indentured labourers. Despite over a century of pointed hostility towards Indian entrepreneurs, they managed to endure hardship and thrive. Today they run some of the most successful family businesses in South Africa.


It has long been acknowledged and recognised that land use and transport impact on each other in a direct way, and that planning needs to be integrated to ensure sustainable and efficient development.

Making poverty research political Student "Wages Commissions " in Durban 1971-3

Over the course of the 1970s, social science measures of a family’s minimum
needs ceased being the limited concern of a few academics and started to become
instruments of liberation. Since Edward Batson’s extensive Social Survey of Cape Town

Making the Personal Civil: The Protector’s Office and the Administration of Indian Personal Law in Colonial Natal, 1872 – 1907

The arguments presented in this paper analyze the administrative contestations around Indian ‘personal law ’in the Colony of Natal from the establishment of the Coolie Commission of Inquiry in 1872 to the promulgation of the Indian Marriages Act in 1907.2 To date, very little attention has focuse

Man in Hospital

Various photographed slides of different parts of the World

Man in Shorts, braces
Man in Trance


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