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The pioneers on the Truro and Belvedere/ The four Vedas

THE first batch of indentured Indians arrived in Natal in the paddle-steamer, the S.S. " Truro " The ship left Madras on October 13, 1860, and reached Durban on November 16, 1860. The disembarkation took place on November 17.

The Politics of Civil Rights in South Africa
The Position of Indians in South Africa

I speak as an Indian who was born in South Africa. and has lived all his life in a city. Some 95 per cent. of the Indians in the union arc South African-born, and about 70 per cent. of us live in areas classified as urban; so I am not in any way unusual.....

THE PRESENT RESIDENTS OF CAT0 MANOR: GATHERED FRAGMENTS OF A DISPERSED COMMUNITY

Cato Manor is one of those places about which, and around about which, controversy has always appeared to rage.

THE PRESIDENTS ADDRESS RELATING TO HIS ATTENDANCE AT UNO AT NEW YORK

THE PRESIDENTS ADDRESS RELATING TO HIS ATTENDANCE AT UNO AT NEW YORK

The problem with English Literature: Canonicity, Citizenship, and the Idea of Africa
The Profile of Benjamin Ganasen

Profile of Benjamin Ganasen

The Psycho-Social reality of literacy/Illiteracy for Women at Mboza : a rural community

The paper describes a group of women literacy learners' conceptualizations about their lives in a rural community and their perceptions of the worth of literacy in this context.

The Quest for 'Malay' identity in Apartheid South Africa

This study examines identity construction in twentieth-century South Africa, where successive white minority regimes attempted to define individuals according to reified notions of race and ethnicity, and demarcate 'race' groups deemed to have essential origins from other similarly constructed gr

The Quest for peace in this uneasy world
The Ramakrishna Centre

The Ramakrishna Centre

The real Hofmeyr
The reply to the angry outburst by Mr J.N. Reddy
The Republican Movement
The Resemblance of Colonial Mimicry: A revisionary reading of Ngugi was Thiong'o's The River Between
The resettlement of Indian communities in Durban and some economic social and cultural effects on the Indian community (In The Indian South African - Paper SAIRR, 1966)

The full range of effects of the resettlement of Indian families in Durban in terms of the provisions of the Group Areas Act have never been directly or systematically studied. At present very little material on the topic is publicly available.

The Responsibilities of Restitution Research: The Case of Ridgeview Quarry (Cato Manor

This paper is about restitution in Cato Manor (KwaZulu Natal), the construction and production of a particular socio-legal history, and the power of the “past” in the present.

The rise and fall of Jan Hofmeyr: from golden dawn to tragic close
THE RISE OF THE NATAL INDIAN ELITE

The Ideal of Education Opportunity

Only in education and in South Africa in the context of White man's Education...can you really make headway in a White man's world.

THE ROLE OF INDIAN POLICEMEN IN THE SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE FORCE

This investigation attempts to present a scientific exposition of the development, functioning and community relationship of the Indian Police in the South African Police Force. The training and work responsibilities of all policemen in the Force are the same.

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