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Construction of University buildings in 1972 in album dated 26/08/1972 (Black & White).

University of Durban-Westville – Students Residence

Construction of University buildings in 1972 in album dated 26/08/1972 (Black & White).

University of Durban-Westville – Students Residence

Construction Possible of Bethesda Temple

Construction Possible of Bethesda Temple

Construction Possible of Bethesda Temple

Various photographed slides of different parts of the World

CONSTRUCTIONS OF COMMUNITY AND IDENTITY AMONG INDIANS IN COLONIAL NATAL, 1860–1910: THE ROLE OF THE MUHARRAM FESTIVAL

This article is concerned with the historical construction of communities, cultures and identities in colonial Natal, in this case an Indian grouping that emerged from the heterogeneous collection of indentured workers imported between 1860 and 1911.

Containing the Chiefs: The ANC and Traditional Leaders in the Eastern Cape

Traditional leadership in our country has lived for centuries and will continue to do so. It is our pride as the people of South Africa, and a tradition that cannot be divorced from us ...

Contemporary black two-dimensional art in Natal

Aims to show how, during the period 1950 to 1980, two-dimensional fine art tradition in Natal followed a path that saw the art move from a largely ethnographic base to reflect and be a part of the change that was looming in society by the late 1970s.

Contesting Indian Islam in KwaZulu-Natal: the Muharram festival in Durban 2002

This essay is concerned with the contested meanings, symbolism and authenticity of the Islamic festival Muharrarn in present-day Indian Islam in South Africa.

CONTESTING MEANINGS AND AUTHENTICITY: INDIAN ISLAM AND MUHARRAM "PERFORMANCES" IN DURBAN, 2002

This paper examines Muharram rituals in present-day Indian Islam in South Africa.

Contesting ‘Orthodoxy’: The Tablighi–Sunni Conflict among South African Muslims in the 1970s and 1980s

Muslims constitute less than 2% of South Africa's population. In a context where divisions of race, ethnicity and class predominated, schisms among South Africa's Muslims have been largely overlooked in the country's historiography.

Contract of Service with Indian Immigrants

While the salary aspect of the contract was clearly described the lodging, food and accommodation often left much t be desired

CONTROL AND REPRESSION: THE PLIGHT OF INDIAN HAWKERS AND FLOWER SELLERS IN DURBAN, 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.

Control and Repression: The Plight of Indian Hawkers and Flower Sellers in the Durban CBD, 1910-1948

This paper will examine the position of Indians who attempted to make a living on the streets of Durban as hawkers and flower sellers.

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.

Control of African Leisure Time in Durban in the 1930s

For Paul Maylam, African politics in Durban during the 1930s lacked the'militancy, vibrancy
and mass participation that characterised popular protest in 1929 and 1930.'H·~ attributes
this to a combination of factors which include th~: reinforcement of police strength, the …

Convention For A Democratic South Africa

Newspaper articles of 1992

Copies of Correspondence between Natal Indian Congress and the Durban City Council in connection with the City Council's proposal for Round Table Discussion Re: Appointment of Indian Affairs Advisory Sub-Committee

Dear Sirs

As you are no doubt aware the City Council has prepared its plan for the development of the City of Durban.....

 

 

 

Copy - F.N. Broome correspondence. Natal Indian Judicial Commission

At a meeting of the Commission held on the 3rd November, 1944, the Indian situation as it had then developed was discussed by the Commission. The Commission came to a unanimous decision that a Provincial body, namely the Post War Works and Reconstruction Commission had been conducting an

Copy Evidence submitted to the Natal Indian Judicial Commission by Pastor J T Duplessis Missionary to the Indians of Natal under the Auspices of the Apostolic Faith Mission of S.A.

The views expressed in this Memorandum need not necessarily be subscribed to by the Executive Council of the Apostolic Faith Mission.. They are the personal views and convictions of the Missionary_

Copy of ACT NO 35 of 1943 from Union Gazette Extraordinary

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