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A game of football

Students at the school for the deaf playing soccer

A. V. Farren


A. V. Farren


Anti-Apartheid Struggle Undermined

Article by E S Reddy

Articles from the Mercury during 1902 on Cycling and Football

Sport - Articles from the Mercury during 1902 on cycling and football

Articles on Education, trade, segregation, race group, group areas act, sport and political parties in 1976
Articles on Sam Ramsamy

Press cuttings on Sam Ramsamy

Articles on trade, entertainment, sport and politics during 1976
Boxing at Curries Fountain

Nat Moodley was a boxing promoter and he has a general interest in sport

Boxing legend Nat Moodley

Nat Moodley was a boxing promoter and he has a general interest in sport

Clairwood Cricket Club 1935 - 1936

Cricket Clubs in Natal

Cricket Match at Sirpat

Cricket match at Sirpat ground

Cricket Team, (1967 - 1968) Cape Town, 4th Biennial South African Cricket Board of Control Tou

Cricket Team

Cultural Confrontation: Race, Politics and Cricket in South Africa in the 1970s and 1980s

This narrative of Yacoob Omar, one of South Africa's finest Black2 cricketers during the apartheid era, is more than a story about cricket.

Dance performance at the Night of the Legends

The Night of the Legends aims to recognise and honour the contributions of individuals to the growth of football in the province

Deconstructing ‘Indianness’: Cricket and the Articulation of Indian Identities in Durban, 1900–32

Indian immigrants arrived in South Africa in two waves; approximately 150,000 indentured laborers imported between 1860 and 1911 were followed by traders from the west coast of India.

Documentary history of Indians in South Africa
Durban "B" Division Inter tour Team

Durban "B" Division Inter tour Team

Durban District Indian Football Association Senior Town Team - 1925.


Evidence of the Indian Medical Officer of Natal concerning the general living conditions of the Indian under their care

The Indian Immigration department, considering that their medical officers should be especially qualified to give information required by your commission called a meeting of these officers which decided that after all.....



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