|Indenture and Indianness in South Africa, 1860–1913||
Beginning in the mid-19th century, about 1.3 million Indian contract labourers were exported to Mauritius, Jamaica, British Guiana, Trinidad, St Lucia, Granada and Natal to satisfy the demand for labour that was both cheap and docile (Meer 1980: 3).
|Indian Art selected items from Private Collections in Durban 1988||
This catalogue is intended as a preliminary step towards an eventually more complete account of Indian art in private collections in South Africa.
|Indian Buses : The History, the Memories, the Personalities||
With the recent 150-year celebrations of the arrival of Indians in South Africa many people were remembered and honoured for their contribution to Indian South African culture. In my opinion the same people, personalities, who come to the fore are mentioned continuously when...
|Indian Pentecostalism: A Hindu Assessment||
This is a significant study with in South Africa's religious and inter-religious context. It is based on empirical research which makes it, from this perspective , one of the rare documents reflecting on the methods used and the consequences of proselytization .
|Indian People in Natal||
THE FIELD MATERIAL on which this book is written, w~ collected in Durban, in the Province of Natal, the smallest of the four provinces of the Union of South Africa.
|Indians South Africans||
Indians in South Africa
|Inligting gids vir SWAPO kiesers||
Booklet containing the information guide for voters of SWAPO general comments regarding the election procedure.
|INSIDE INDIAN INDENTURE : A SOUTH AFRICAN STORY1860 – 1914||
insight into the trials and tribulations of indentured Indian immigration. One has to concur with the general thrust of the endorsements this work
|Izikhali zanamuhla; ilotshwe ngu R.R.R. Dhlomo, imifanekiso idwetshwe ngu Gerald Bhengu|
|June 26: South Africa Freedom Day||
ANC booklet containing an appeal for solidarity with the liberation struggle.
|Kathiawad Hindu Samaj(Natal)||
SOME seventy-five years ago, a small band of intrepid men, born of the hardy soil of that small corner of India, known as Kathiawad, re-named Saurashtra and now forming part of the new State of Gujarat, came to the shores of South Africa.
|LANGUAGE IDENTITY MODERNITY: The ARABIC STUDY CIRCLE of Durban||
Shamil Jeppie's book tells a fascinating story about a small but significant Durban-based Muslim organization that grappled with the compatibility between Islam and modernity.
|Legislation and race relations: a summary of the main South African laws which affect race relations||
This book provides a summary of the main South African laws which affect race relations. Acts from 1909 to 1948 include among others those relating to political rights, Africans in the urban areas, the African Reserves, housing and immorality.
|Legitimacy and struggle||
Chapter addressing the question of violence and non-violence as an issue for churches in South Africa.
|Liberalism and the problem of power||
The 34th lecture in the Alfred and Winifred Heornle Memorial Lecture series, delivered by Charles Simkins in which he discusses the issues around applying liberal values to the South African political and economic organisation, focussing on the oppressive use of power.
|Liberty, equality, fraternity-today||
The seventeenth Hoernle Memorial Lecture delivered by D.V. Cowen in which he describes how South Africa and its citizens would benefit by working together to gain democracy and to ensure that the country moves away from discrimination.
|Majority rule: some notes||
This forms part of a collection of articles which formed part of a series in The Educational Journal. The series of articles has dissected the concept Majority Rule and analyses it with regard to its meaning in the South African situation.
|Manifesto of the Communist Party||
Communist Party pamphlet sent into South Africa illegally. False cover with the title What animal is it, by R Bikale. (incomplete)
|MODES OF WORSHIP AMONG TAMIL PEOPLE IN .... SOUTH. AFRICA||
The present writer's interest in the Tamil community stems from his lone-standing interest in the Hindu religion, more particularly in its practice among Hindus in South Africa. With the division of the Hindu community of South Africa into four language groups, viz.