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Two letters to Phyllis Naidoo from Fio in London

Two letters to Phyllis Naidoo from Fio in London

Twentieth Annual report Indian Immigration Trust Board of Natal

Twentieth Annual report Indian Immigration Trust Board of Natal

Twelefth Annual Report of the Indian Immigration Trust Board of Natal

Twelfth Annual Report of the Indian Immigration Trust Board of Natal - July 1st 1893 to June 30th 1894

TURBANS AND TOP HATS Indian Interpreters in the Colony of Natal, 1880-1910

This dissertation is concerned with an historical examination of Indian Interpreters in the British Colony of Natal during the period, 1880 to 1910.

Transvaal Schools Speech Contest

R.A.M Salojee - Address

Transvaal Indian Congress (TIC)

The TIC (Transvaal Indian congress) was first called the TBIA (Transvaal British Indian Association) which was founded in 1903. The organization was later named the TIC when India was no longer under British control.

Transport Inquiry Commission

Memorandum submitted to the Transport Inquiry Commission

Township of Umkomaas

Group areas

Towards a pastoral counselling model for adolescent suicidal behaviour

Over the past three decades, vouth suicide has become a mental and public health
problem of epidemic proportions. The sociaL oolitical and economic changes that have
occurred in South Africa over the nast two decades have had a verv visible imnact on the

Through Sweden and beyond; the spread of South African song in the global Anti-Apartheid Movement

As part of the national celebrations to mark the decade of freedom, the Documentation Centre and the Campbell Collections of the University of KwaZulu-Natal will jointly host a conference of the International Anti-Apartheid Movement over three days in Durban from 10 - 13 October, 2004.  The confe

THERUKOOTHU A TRADITIONAL SOUTH INDIAN DANCE DRAMA FORM AS MANIFEST IN NATAL SINCE 1860

Therukoothu : a traditional South Indian dance drama form as manifest in
Natal since 1860.

There is plenty of play left in South Africa's race game, race, cricket and nation in post-apartheid South Africa

This paper focuses on charges of match-fixing in April 2001 by Indian police against Hansie Cronje, cricket captain of South Africa, and the Commission of Inquiry that followed in order to probe the construction and persistence of race stereotypes in South Africa.

The `Anthropologies of the South` Debate: African Anthropology and the practice of Anthropology

This contribution attempts to pinpoint the concerns voiced for and against ‘anthropologies of the South’, and to sort out the confusion that has arisen in this debate.

The Voice of History? Archives, Ethics and Historians [Lunacy]

These documents and letters - which I have placed in chronological order, and taken excerpts from, but have not otherwise edited or changed in any way - can be found at the Pietermaritzburg Archives Repository.2 They comprise, in the main, correspondence between various officials from the offices

The Viability of Islamic Banking and Finance in a Capitalist Economy: A South African Case Study

Muslims in post-apartheid South Africa have been seeking to introduce stricter Islamic codes in the public and private domains to redefine the kind of Muslims they want to be.

The Tyranny of Colour

A study of Indian problem in South Africa

The third world challenge business affirmative action and third world economy

From The year at UDW 1988 The third world challenge business affirmative action and third world economy In July 1988, the Development Society of South Africa held its third biennial conference at the University of Durban-Westville.

The third world challenge (From : The year at UDW 1988)

In July 1988, the Development Society of South Africa held its third biennial conference at the University of Durban-Westville. The event, which was hosted and organised by the department of Geography, attracted delegates from all over the country.

THE THEORY AND PRACTICE OF THE HINDU RELIGIOUS TRADITION AMONG A SELECTED GROUP OF TAMIL SPEAKING HINDUS IN DURBAN AND TONGAAT, WITH PARTICULAR INTEREST FOCUSSED ON BETROTHAL AND MARRIAGE

I am a Tamil speaking Hindu and I would like to find out more about my religion, in particular, the impact of Western Culture on the religion of the Indians in South Africa. I will focus my observations on a small number of families living in the city of Durban.

The T. N. Bhoola Family of Durban

Biography from The South African Who's Who - T. N. Bhoola Family

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