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Yardley Must Go
Yardley Must Go
Yacker Newsletter
Writing the life of Manilal Mohandas Gandhi

Manilal Gandhi was the second son of Mohandas (later Mahatma) and Kasturba Gandhi. Unlike his father who spent just over two decades in South Africa, Manilal spent close to five decades of a life (which spanned sixty-four years) in South Africa.

Writers and Human Rights abuses in Africa
World's Religions A Global Congress after September 11

World's Religions A Global Congress after September 11

World Literature Written in English (WLWE): Newsletter No. 15, April 1969
World Literature Written in English (WLWE): Newsletter No. 14, November 1968
World Cup 2010: Africa’s turn or the turn on Africa?

The awarding of World Cup 2010 to South Africa was hailed as a great ‘victory’ for the African continent and the cause of much celebration. It heightened expectations not only about the spectacle itself but about the benefits that would accrue to South Africa and the rest of Africa.

WORLD CONFERENCE OF RELIGIONS SOUVENIR 1991

WORLD CONFERENCE OF RELIGIONS
SOUVENIR
1991

Women's Rights
Women's Cultural group

Women's Cultural Group - Rhonda Dylisse, Pupil of the World-famous Ramgopal

Women of the Aeroplanes
Wole Soyinka, one round table discussion in Bangladesh and many identical views
Without fanfare, a fine novel
Witchcraft or Madness? The Amandiki of Zululand, 1894-19141

In late May 1999 Anglican Archdeacon, Ebenezer Ntlali, performed an exorcism to drive out evil
spirits from a hundred or so schoolgirls at St John's College, a church school with over a
thousand students in Umtata, of former Transkei region of South Africa. According to

Wisconsin African Studies news and notes, issue no. 33 and 55
Wisconsin African Studies news and notes, issue no. 31 and 32
Wisconsin African Studies news and notes, issue no. 29 and 30
Wisconsin African Studies news and notes, issue no. 27 and 28

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