|THE RISE OF THE NATAL INDIAN ELITE||
The Ideal of Education Opportunity
Only in education and in South Africa in the context of White man's Education...can you really make headway in a White man's world.
|CASTE IN A NATAL HINDU COMMUNITY||
In her recent book, Hilda Kuper analyzed the transformation and the gradual disappearance of caste among South African Hindus.
|Arts and Africa: BBC African Service, no. 220|
|Arts and Africa: BBC African Service, no. 198|
|Arts and Africa: BBC African Service, no. 183|
|Arts and Africa: BBC African Service, no. 182|
|Interview with Phillip Dladla, conducted by Ruth Lundie|
|Arts and Africa: BBC African Service, no. 175|
|Arts and Africa: BBC African Service, no. 168|
|Arts and Africa: BBC African Service, no. 165|
|Interview with Chinua Achebe|
|Interview with Barbara Davies, conducted by Mumsie Malinga|
|Passive Resistance in Natal 1946-8||
Lack of development in the de facto Indian residential areas encouraged,
|On The Virgin Cleansing Myth: Gendered Bodies, AIDS and Ethnomedicine||
This paper is neither an attempt to verify perceived increases in the sexual assault or rape of children, nor is it an attempt to explain these crimes in the context of present-day South Africa.
|African Gandhi the South African War and limits of Imperial Identity||
Mahatma Gandhi achieved greatness for the struggles that he fought on the political, economic, cultural and moral fronts.
|Dadoo, Gandhi and South African Struggle 1989, Sept 16||
Some reflections on the 80th birthday anniversary of Yusuf Mohamed Dodoo (September 5) and 120th birth anniversary of Gandhiji (October 2).
|Writing the life of Manilal Mohandas Gandhi||
Manilal Gandhi was the second son of Mohandas (later Mahatma) and Kasturba Gandhi. Unlike his father who spent just over two decades in South Africa, Manilal spent close to five decades of a life (which spanned sixty-four years) in South Africa.
|Fitting the word into action an ethnographic Journey into theatre||
The INDIC THEATRE MONOGRAPH SERIES is an attempt to publish material on theatre performances and related areas tJ)at have their roots in the South African Indian experience.
|Cry, the Beloved Country|
Something repels the heart deeply in most organised form of religion.