Gandhi-Luthuli Documentation Centre
|13th Annual Provincial Conference of the Natal Indian Congress||
Indian Backing for National Convention
|Beyond the nation? Colour and class in South African cricket||
This chapter takes a critical look at cricket's journey since those heady days. It considers the twists and turns, the pitfalls and gains that have occurred along the way.
|Dr Kesaveloo Goonam and others during one of the Passive Resistance Campaigns||
Dr Kesaveloo Goonam and others during one of the Passive Resistance Campaigns
|Essop Mia Shop in Newcastle||
Shop in Newcastle, KZN
|Guest admiring the displays - Handicrafts Exhibition - Lenasia|
The papers of J.H.Hofmeyr comprise 67 boxes spanning the years 1891—1950, with the preponderance between 1913 and 1948.
|Indian Immigration Bureau - Report for the Year ended 31st March 1934||
Indian Immigration Bureau - Report for the Year ended 31st March 1934
|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.
|Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to M.D. Naidoo on the 2nd October||
Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to M.D. Naidoo
|Natal and Zululand from earliest times to 1910 : a new history||
Written by twelve historians and two archeologists, this history of Natal for more than 20 years is edited by two professors of history in the University of Natal. This book deals with a number of
|Newspaper article on the Indian Market||
Newspaper article on the Indian market
|THE BEARDS" VERSUS THE "BARD'S" AMONG INDIAN MUSLIMS IN SOUTH AFRICA: A 21st Century Story of Travelling Cartoons and Protests||
This paper examines Indian Muslims in post-apartheid South Africa, with particular respect to the inclination by non-Muslims to view Muslims as a
|"A man of keen perceptive faculties" : Aboobaker Amod Jhaveri, an "Arab" in Colonial Natal, circa 1872-1887||
Indians arrived in South Africa in two streams. Between 1860 and 1911, a total of 152 184 indentured labourers were introduced into colonial Natal mainly to work on the sugar plantations, though some were employed in other sectors of the economy. This initial flow …
|"Champion of Peace and Freedom"||
Umbrellas go up as the rain comes down, but nothing could dampen the enthusiasm of the huge crowd which gathered to honour Chief Luthuli at Curries Fountain last week.
|"Inkosi Mkhize" speaking to the audiences, eMbo Community Health Centre, 29 May 1998||
"Inkosi Mkhize" speaking to the audiences, eMbo Community Health Centre, 29 May 1998
|"PEACEMAKING AND DEMOCRACY IN SOUTHERN AFRICA: ANAMERICAN VIEW"||
The post-World War II international order has obviously changed dramatically. After 43 years the Cold War is no more, brought to a sudden end by the undeniable failure of communism to satisfy human needs and the internal collapse of the Soviet system.
Colored scene of Arabs riding Camels on a hunt for Hawks.
|'GIVE TILL IT HURTS': DURBAN'S INDIANS AND THE FIRST WORLD WAR||
In October 1913 approximately 20,000 Indian workers joined Mahatma Gandhi's campaign of resistance against the South African government. This was a spontaneous outburst against terrible working conditions and a realisation that the£ 3 poll tax on free Indians meant perpetual indenture.
|'Sammy and Mary' go to goal : Indian women and South African politics in the 1940's||
A woman should never be independent. Her father has authority over her in childhood, her husband has authority over her in youth, and in her old age her son has authority over her. (Laws of Manu, Tharpar, 1963:473)
|'The Cape: Sir John Criton Springs'||
Colored portrait of Sir John Criton Springs at the Cape, posing for the Vanity Fair Magazine.