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Sri Lanka 61 years of Independence
Beyond Racism. Embracing and Interdependent future
Interview with Pelonomi Leberegane, Mpho Monare and Mosiwa Candle, conducted by Royden Blackwell
Indian Opinion No. 5-8 Vol. 38 Friday, 5th - 23rd February 1940

Indian Opinion No. 5-8 Vol. 38 Friday, 5th - 23rd February 1940

Bamboo square : a documentary narrative of the 'Indian and Native cantonment' at the Point , 1873-1903

The urban poor and their condition has not been a specially popular theme in
local history. This is surprising given that they were in so many ways the
direct result of other significant events and policies of nineteenth century

Passive Resistance in Natal 1946-48

Natal Indian Congress (N.I.C.), after a prolonged struggle, in October 1945.

Smuts and the Ghetto Act of 1946 the Coup de Grace of anti-Indian legislation
The history of the Indians in Natal 1957

THE Indian problem in Natal is in one sense a small matter; it concerns about a quarter of a million persons set in a Jarge and under-populated country.1 But it has become so entwined with racial prejudices, so interwoven with international considerations, so much the centre of complicated interl

A socio-economic profile of four market gardening communities in metropolitan Durban

There is a growing number of studies concerning the nature of communities settled on the fringes of the Durban metropolitan area.

In the Shadow of the Shah the Indic contribution to our developing South African Culture

The INDIC THEATRE MONOGRAPH SERIES is an attempt topublish material on theatre performances and related areas that have their roots in the South African Indian experience.

NEW AGE 1954-1963

New Age, newspaper and its' predecessors, The Guardian; Advance were founded by trade unionists, academics and and was known as a leftist publication. New Age was linked to the African National Congress and its' leadership.

INDIAN OPINION 1950-1961

Indian Opinion, a weekly newspaper, was first established and produced by Mohandas Gandhi ("Mahatma"), M.H. Nazar and Madanjit Viyavaharik in 1903 in the Natal Province. The newspaper focused on Indian rights, poor living conditions of indentured labourers and racial discrimination.

The New African

The New African Volume 1 No 1 was published in January 1962.

Work In Progress

The context in which the first issue of Work In Progress appeared was one in which the embryonic trade union movement had not yet emerged as a major actor on the scene.

Umsebenzi

Umsebenzi, mouthpiece of the South African Communist Party, deals with issues relating to the national liberation struggle, from a Communist ideological point of view. Other ideologies such as Marxism and Socialism are also discussed.

TRAC (Transvaal Rural Action Committee) Newsletter, 1983 - 1990

TRAC, the Rural Action Committee, established in 1983 as a project of the Black Sash, published this Newsletter with the intention of giving communities under threat of forced removal in the Transvaal province access to information about other communities in similar situations, as well as creatin

Theoria: a journal of studies in the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences

In June 1947, Theoria : a journal of studies of the Arts Faculty, Natal University College was published. Later, the title changed to, Theoria: a journal of studies in the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences. Theoria aimed at covering all the disciplines in the Faculty of Arts.

Black Review

Black Review, was published as an irregular annual by Black Community Programmes (BCP),Durban, which was a major organization within the Black Conciousness movement. It was intended as a survey of contemporary events and trends in the Black community.

Black Sash / Sash

Sash, originally published as Black Sash, is a detailed record of the activities of the Black Sash organisation: the petitions, protests, marches, vigils, press releases and Conference papers which reflect the modus operandi of their desire to bring about change in the legislation which was, in t

Staffrider

Staffrider magazine (1978-1993), took its name and identity from township slang for black youth who rode the overcrowded, racially segregated commuter trains by sitting on the roof or hanging onto the outside.

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