|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 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 preliminary nature of the Constitutional document||
Paper covering rights and duties attached to property and rights to education, power-sharing and rights of minorities, reconciling freedom of speech, organisation and electoral activity with the need to combat the dissemination of racial and tribal hatred, devising an electoral system that will e
|The position of the Democratic Movement on participation in institutions of minority rule in the oppressed communities||
Article outlining the position of the Democratic Movement on participation in institutions of minority rule in the oppressed communities.
|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 Politics of Religious Education in South Africa|
|The politics of poverty||
In the 1998 parliamentary debate on reconci I iation and nation-bui I ding, then deputy president Thabo Mbeki famously argued that South Africa comprised two 'nations' divided by poverty:
|The place of Education in the struggle for freedom|
|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 Pan Africanist Congress exists to subvert the South African liberation struggle||
African National Congress document produced by their provisional headquarters in Morogoro, Tanzania, regarding the subversion of the struggle by the Pan Africanist Congress.
|The open universities, international pressure and political changes: what's to be done?|
|The October 26 Municipal elections: the people demand universal adult suffrage||
ANC Department of Political Education briefing on the October 26 municipal elections in South Africa. Covers the government's strategy and the popular response, and the election results and their implications.
|The occupation of the British Consulate in Durban, the Anderson visit and the role of the United Democratic Front in the international struggle against apartheid||
Discussion paper by the United Democratic Front on its stand regarding the international struggle against apartheid, the British Consulate occupation and the Anderson visit.
|The Novel Today|
|The New African|
|The Nederduitse Gereformeerde Sendingkerk||
Article discussing the role of the Dutch Reformed Church in effecting social change and justice in South Africa.
|The Ndaleni Art School, preparation for the exhibition, 16 November 1973||
The Ndaleni Art School, preparation for the exhibition, 16 November 1973
|The National Situation: the real problems of the liberatory movement 3||
Draft of an article by I B Tabata on the political situation in South Africa and an alliance of the African National Congress, the Coloured People's Union and the South African Indian Congress.
|The national situation or the real tasks of the liberatory movement||
Draft of an article published in the independent newspaper, Ikhwezi Lomso on the liberation movement.
|The militarisation of South African politics||
Rise of the Executive State, The New Constitutional Dispensation, The Security Establishment