Conference Papers

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Address by Dr A B Xuma, President General, African National Congress in opening the Annual National Conference of the Transvaal Indian Congress at Gandhi Hall on April 25th 1948
Transvaal Non-European peoples conference
Race relations of a rainbow nation? A case of an African chiefdom and Indian workers in colonial Natal.
Focus in the Government and Administration in the Republic of South Africa
Report submitted to the Conference in Defence on Civil liberties held at the Bantu Social Centre
WELCOMING DELEGATES TO THE AFRICAN RENAISSANCE CONFERENCE ADDRESS BY PREMIER L P H M MTSHALI

Chairperson, His Excellency President T M Mbeki, Hon Deputy .President Mr J G Zuma, Hon Minister of Home Affairs Dr MG Buthelezi, your excellencies, Honourable National Mjnisters and Deputy Ministers, members of the diplomatic corps, members of the consular corps, delegates, members of the KwaZul

Wecoming Delegates to the African Rennaisance Conference (KZN)
The African Renaissance: Opportunities and Implications for the US and the World.
THIRD AFRICAN RENAISSANCE CONFERENCE AND FESTIVAL

REMARKS BY
MANGOSUTHU BUTHELEZI, MP
MINISTER OF HOME AFFAIRS AND
PRESIDENT OF THE iNKATHA FREEDOM PARTY

Paper presented by Peter Vale at a Conference
The Mythology of Apartheid: Historical Consciousness in a racially satisfied Society

I apologize for the personal form of this document. It was drafted as an application for a research fellowship. Since then, I have been too preoccupied with work on the Lamar-Thompson book on The Frontier in History........

The "Liberal" Historiography of South Africa - A response to its Marxist Critics

Paper presented to the Eighth Biennial Conferece of South Africa Historical Society in Durban -30 June  - 3 July 1981

Strategies of Control and Evasion: African Urban History in South Africa c 1900-1950

The purpose of this paper is to examine some of the broader aspects of African urban history in the period c.1900-1950. Evidence is drawn from the history of three main centres....

Die Beoordeling van Duitse Kolonisasie in Suidwes Afrika: 'n Beskoning

Die stelling word gemaak dat Duitse kolonisasie van Suidwes- Afrika tot dusver nog nie in eie reg beoordeel is nie . Daar bestaan ~ oorwegend........

The statement is made that, up to now, German colonization of South West Africa has not been judged in its own right.......

Culture and Ideology in South Africa. A Historical survey

Although a lot of work has been done on the cultures of particular groups in South Africa, and the social structures and behavioural norms of these groups
are reasonably well written up, it seems particularly Important In the study of......

African population, employment and incomes on farms outside the reserves, 1923 - 1969

This study is a ccrnpanion to my'Agricultural Production in the African Reserves of South Africa, 1918-1969, and wherever possible uses the same methods. In neither study is …

Race Relations and Class Conflict as factors in South African History in the 20th Century

The racial basis of the modern South African state is a truism. There was white supremacy everywhere in South Africa before 1910 but Union formalised and intensified it, Lord......

An Historical Investigation - an independent study

The historical investigation is a problem-solving activity. that· enabfer candidates to demonstrate the application of their skills and knowledge in an
area which interests them and which need not be syllabus related. The chosen historical enquiry should......

Project on Contemporary Political Conflict in Natal

Ethnicity, Society and Conflict in Natal

The Group Areas Act as a European Democrat sees it being paper by Mrs J Arenstein read at Conference on Group Areas Act convened by by Natal Indin Congress 5th and 6th May 1956

Conference on the Group Areas Act

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