Journal articles

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Women and empowerment through the ‘economy of affection’ in KwaZulu‐Natal: Its significance for sustainable development
Financial Mail August 1990
Lekota on UDF
Indians and the white man's war, 1899 - 1902
Women and empowerment through the 'economy of affection'in KwaZulu‐Natal: Its significance for sustainable development
The writings of HF Fynn: history, myth or fiction? and Importing Metropolitan Post-colonials
Mpande and the Zulu Kingship
Race attitudes in Durban, South Africa
The Theory of Apartheid: Nationalist Racial Policy in the Union of South Africa
South Africa: A nation of Minorities
Arts and Africa: BBC African Service, no. 523G
Interview with Norman Bromberger. Tape 2
SELECTIVE MEMORIES,IMAGINES,AND REPRESENTATIONS OF CHIEF ALBERT JOHN LUTHULI IN RECENT POLITICAL DISCOURSE

Individuals,organizations,and institutions adopt prominent people as political symbols or a variety of reasons.They then produce conflicting memories and images of their chosen symbols.

A History of the African People of South Africa: From the Early Iron Age to the 1970s
Inkatha reformed traditions revived
CULTURAL POLITICS AND IDENTITY AMONG INDIANS IN DURBAN, SOUTH AFRICA

The widespread study of Indian immigrantn in the different colonies since Indentureship in the nineteenth century can be broken down into
several easily identifiable paradigms.

Election 99: Was There a 'Coloured' and 'Indian' Vote?

In the Run‐up to the 1999 elections, both academia and the media assumed that there would be a ‘coloured’ and ‘Indian’ vote. This article challenges this assumption through a disaggregation of the election results.

Cultural Entrepeneurship and the Culturalisation of Politics Among Indians in South Africa
Alternate Frames? Questions for Comparative Research in the Third World
Frene Ginwala

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