APARTHEID

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Class 1 photograph

Class one photograph

 

Class I (1948)

METHODIST MISSION SCHOOLS FOR INDIANS ... establishment of missionary work in Pietermaritzburg

Class photograph - June 1953

METHODIST MISSION SCHOOLS FOR INDIANS ... establishment of missionary work in Pietermaritzburg

Class photograph of a standard IV class in 1956

METHODIST MISSION SCHOOLS FOR INDIANS ... establishment of missionary work in Pietermaritzburg

Class photograph of Class 1 in 1964

METHODIST MISSION SCHOOLS FOR INDIANS ... establishment of missionary work in Pietermaritzburg

Class photograph of Class 1 in 1964

METHODIST MISSION SCHOOLS FOR INDIANS ... establishment of missionary work in Pietermaritzburg

Class photograph of Class 2 in 1964

METHODIST MISSION SCHOOLS FOR INDIANS ... establishment of missionary work in Pietermaritzburg

Class photograph of the Class 1 in 1962

METHODIST MISSION SCHOOLS FOR INDIANS ... establishment of missionary work in Pietermaritzburg

Class photograph of the Class 2 in 1938

METHODIST MISSION SCHOOLS FOR INDIANS ... establishment of missionary work in Pietermaritzburg

 

Class photographs of the Class 1 in 1953

METHODIST MISSION SCHOOLS FOR INDIANS ... establishment of missionary work in Pietermaritzburg

CNA Literary Award to Alan Paton for Apartheid and the Archbishop

Digital image, award, plaque

Colonialism, Communalism & Democracy

The Opening of the Apartheid Mind.

 

 

 

Comrades through health and sickness
Conservative Party
Constitution of the South African Indian Congress

SAIC Constitution

Cosatu press cuttings
Cricket and corruption: the post apartheid relationship between India and South Africa within and beyond the boundary

International sports sanctions against the apartheid government resulted in the isolation of South African cricket from 1970 to 1991.

De Klerk's new South Africa: apartheid out? segregation in!
Dear Ahmedbhai, Dear Zuleikhabehn: The Letters of Zuleikha Mayat and Ahmed Kathrada, 1979-1989

In this collection of letters between a South African political prisoner and a community organizer in Durban, two people who have never met become dear friends during the last decade of apartheid.

Democratic Party Press Cuttings

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