|Indians in South Africa, 1860-1914: the British Imperial Philosophy on Trial||
EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY mercantilist dogma notwithstanding, the earliest stirrings of British imperial activity owed their inception to private initiative rather than governmental enterprise.
|Natal and Indentured Indian Immigration||
Owing to the attention which is at present being devoted to so called "Asiatic Penetration" the present time is perhaps an opprtune one at which attempt to review breifly the history of indentured Indian immigration into Natal.
|Interview with Sister Gertrude C H N and Mrs Ngubane, conducted by Dalisu Zungu|
|The United Nations and the Third World||
The United Nations and the Third World
|United Nations and Domestic Jurisdiction||
United Nations and Domestic Jurisdiction
|Economic sanctions against South Africa their need and feasibility||
A Catalogue of the Carter Karis Collection
Reel 22A No 2: E54:45/7
Economic sanctions against South Africa their need and feasibility
|South Africa and the Indians||
WHEN the King was in Natal the Indians were second to none in welcoming him. Their actions, however, cast a new light on the events which took place before the United Nations last winter.
|A Suggested Scheme of Segregation. The Referendum on Direct Representation for Indians in Natal. A Notable South African Biography.||
The South African Outlook. Vol 77
|SWAMI SHANKERANAND AND THE CONSOLIDATION OF HINDUISM IN NATAL, 1908-1913||
SWAMI SHANKERANAND AND THE CONSOLIDATION OF HINDUISM IN NATAL, 1908-1913
|Indians, Islam and the meaning of South African citizenship. A question of identities||
Durban's Indian Muslims are heirs to Islamic traditions and practices in India that became firmly established in South Africa. During the past decade they experienced rapid and dramatic changes.
|Control and Repression: The Plight of Indian Hawkers and Flower Sellers in the Durban CBD, 1910-1948||
Hundreds of Indians attempted to make a living on the streets of Durban as hawkers and flower sellers between 1910 and 1948 as they left plantation indentures to find work in the urban environment.
|Five papers by Professor Goolam Vahed||
List of papers
1. Changing Islamic Traditions and Emerging Identities
2. NATAL'S INDIANS, THE EMPIRE
3. Swami Shankeranand and the Consolidation of Hinduism in Natal, 1908-1914
|Rushdie's Dastan-e-Dilruba: The Satanic verses as Rushdie's love letter to Islam|
|Resurrecting the Prophet: The Case of Salman, the Otherwise|
|V S Naipaul, September 11, and the nobel|
|Are cultural rights bad for multicultural societies?|
|Hanif Kureishi: An Interview|
|The problem with English Literature: Canonicity, Citizenship, and the Idea of Africa|
|The Missionary Gene in the Kenyan Polity: Representations of Contemporary Kenya in the British Media|