|Basic principles of ANC economic policy||
Handwritten paper prepared for a seminar organised by the ANC Department of Economics and Planning, Congress of South African Trade Unions and the Economic Trends Group in Harare, 28 April to 1 May 1990.
|Battling with Banality||
This article deals with the history of nineteenth-century KwaZulu Natal, in particular the history of the British invasion of Zululand in 1879. While it used to be apartheid which threatened critical South African history, today it is competition and the free market.
|Beauty and inspiration|
|Benny Baker lion tamer|
|Between Apartheid and Neoliberalism in Durban’s Indian Quarter||
A drive from Durban's beaches towards the once bustling ''Indian quarter''will lead to a confluence of three streets: Monty Naicker, Alfred Bitini Xuma, and Yusuf Dadoo.
|Beware of Melancholy|
|Bewitching Zulu Women: Umhayizo, Gender, and Witchcraft in Natal||
Some time in mid-1999, a young man from the village of Masameni in southern KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, 'proposed love' to Zandile, a 16-year old girl from the nearby village of Makholweni. She promptly refused his attentions.
|Beyond Apartheid: Race, Transformation and Governance in KwaZulu-Natal Cricket||
In February 1990 South African President FW de Klerk unbanned the African National Congress (ANC), the South African Communist Party (SACP) and the Pan African Congress (PAC), allowing these organisations to return to 'normal'and active politics within the country after an absence of almost three
|Bibliographies on African Literature since 1970|
|Bibliography and Sources|
|Bibliography for recent West Indian writing in English|
|Bibliography: The Novels of D.O. Fagunwa|
|Biographies A-D : Death Penalty and Executions|
|Biographies - E-G : Death Penalty and Executions|
|Biographies - H-K : Death Penalty and Executions|
|Biographies - L-N : Death Penalty and Executions|
|Biographies - P-S : Death Penalty and Executions|