Gandhi-Luthuli Documentation Centre

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Managing South African transformation: the story of cricket in KwaZulu-Natal, 1994–2004

Sport has historically been an important element of South African popular culture, even though it was divided along racial lines for much of the country's history. In post-apartheid South Africa, sport is seen by politicians, sports officials and many ordinary people as a …

Mangal Beda and fan bead work
Manifesto peoples land party
Manilal Valjee Govt. Aided Indian School - Staff 1962

Dimension - 1825 x 1626

Manilal Valjee State Aided Indian School - Staff 1967.

Dimension - 1825 x 1707

Manonmoney Naidoo and Shantivathie Naidoo

With a postive conviction....

Manonmony Pillay - Amma Naidoo

Mononmony married Narainsamy (Naran) Naidoo in 1934. She became known as "Ama" or “Amma” (mother) not only to her children but also to thousands of people in the freedom movement.

Map of Italy

Various photographed slides of different parts of the World

Map showing all the areas for various race groups in Durban

Group Areas Map

Marburg Health Committee

Group Areas, Health

Market day

Painting of a market place

Market gardening

Indian markets and market gardening

MARTIN WEST. First Lt Governor of Natal

First Lieutenant-Governor and the first civilian administrator of the Colony of Natal

Mary Stainbank, Modernism and the ‘Spirit of Africa’

The intention in this paper is to investigate, through specific examples of
sculptures by the Durban born Mary Agnes Stainbank (1899-1996), the
relationship between an indigenous South African iconography, and a Europeanbased

Mary Stainbank, Modernism and the ‘Spirit of Africa’.

This research critically examines, from a post-colonial perspective, the representation of the indigenous personage by the Natal-born sculptor Mary Agnes Stainbank ( 1899-1996).

Masculinities and multiple-sexual-partners in KwaZulu-Natal: The Making and Unmaking of Isoka

This paper examines one dominant element of masculinities worldwide – the high value placed on men’s “success” with women.


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