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SUMMARY OF THE GROUP AREAS ACT, 1950

For the past hundred years there has been in force in South Africa legislation deferentially affecting the various racial groups now comprised within the Union of South Africa.

Sunday 18th May, 1986

Letter written to Mam Phyllis

The attitudes of the Hindu and Muslim Female University students towards the use and acceptance of the Indian traditional dress

The study is a report of the responses of certain groups of
Indian university students towards the use and acceptance of
their traditional dress. It is directly related to the impact
of westernisation on the current use of the Indian dress.

The changing face of Theatre in the Indian community of Durban : an overview from the 1910’s to 1985
The Church of Norway and the Struggle against Apartheid

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

The Contribution of the Indians to the South African Economy 1860 to 1970

In the one hundred and twenty years since 1860, when the first
members of the Indian community arrived in South Africa, the
economy has developed from a poor, agriculturally based system
to a highly sophisticated structure built largely on the mining

The Dadoo Xuma Naicker Pact 9 March 1947 Doctors Pact

In 1943, a conference of the South African Indian Congress resolved to explore ways of achieving co-operation with the African National Congress. However, it was not until Dr. Monty Naicker gained control of the

The Decline of Stevedoring Labour in Durban: 1959-1990

The movement of commodities around the world has been a crucial way in which
capitalist and colonial economies have functioned. Ships and harbours have been the
focus of the transportation of commodities for many centuries, and today, while there are

The Dundee Coal Company Emphasis on the Closing Years (1950 – 1962)

It was Peter Smith's discovery of coal in present day Dundee which
led to the establishment of the Coal Industry in Natal. As a result
of this discovery the township of Dundee was laid out and the Dundee
Coal Company was founded around 1882. This was one of the largest

The Durban Central Business District : A Delimitation and Land Use Study
The Durban Central Business District : A Delimitation and Land Use Study
The Dynamics of lndian Family Firms in Durban

This paper is hascd on a !'hi) thesis. One hundred and
twenty Indian family businesses were chosen from the Indian
central business district in Durhan. The traders were or vnrious
ethnic and cultural origins, namely Hindi, Gujerati, Tamil and

The Dynamics of lndian Family Firms in Durban

This paper is hascd on a PhD thesis. One hundred and
twenty Indian family businesses were chosen from the Indian
central business district in Durhan. The traders were of various
ethnic and cultural origins, namely Hindi, Gujerati, Tarnil and

The effects of Durban Municipality's informal economy policy on informal market management : a case study of Millennium Market, Phoenix (Thesis, 2008)

“The hawkers have trundled up their carts and repacked their wares, the pavements are bustling with women…. They bump each other, they buy from each other bargaining, bantering all the time” (Hart in Preston-Whyte and Rogerson, 1991: 70).

The epidemiology of parasuicide at RK Khan Hospital (Thesis , 1984)

The epidemiology of parasuicide cases presenting at RK Khan Hospital was examined in response to a request from the
RK Khan Hospital Advisory Board, (1,2) in Chatsworth, Durban to the Department of Community Health, Faculty of Medicine, University of Natal in Durban.

The fools on the hill : the Natal government asylum and the institutionalisation of insanity in colonial Natal

Representing one aspect of my wider research into changing perceptions and practices of mental illness and mental health in the period c.1850-1950 in the region that today is KwaZulu-Natal, this paper focuses on the colonial identification and institutionalisation of those deemed insane between t

The formative value of drama presentations on selected student teachers
The Free South African Movement

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

The Freedom Charter, 1955

The Freedom Charter is a unique document in that for the first time ever, the people were actively involved in formulating their own vision of an alternative society. The existing order of State oppression and

THE HISTORY OF SOUTH AFRICAN INDIAN THEATRE IN NATAL

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