Gandhi-Luthuli Documentation Centre
|The Race Attitude in S.A.|
|The Quest for 'Malay' identity in Apartheid South Africa||
This study examines identity construction in twentieth-century South Africa, where successive white minority regimes attempted to define individuals according to reified notions of race and ethnicity, and demarcate 'race' groups deemed to have essential origins from other similarly constructed gr
|The Psycho-Social reality of literacy/Illiteracy for Women at Mboza : a rural community||
The paper describes a group of women literacy learners' conceptualizations about their lives in a rural community and their perceptions of the worth of literacy in this context.
|The Prophets mosque||
minbar is a pulpit in a mosque where the imam (leader of prayers) stands to deliver sermons
|The Prophet's Mosque||
Prophet's Mosque, courtyard of the Prophet Muhammad in Medina
|The Progressive Federal Party (PFP) APR 1981 TO 1984||
The Progressive Party (Afrikaans: Progressiewe Party) was a liberal party in South Africa which, during apartheid, was considered the left wing of the all-white parliament.
|The Profile of Benjamin Ganasen||
Profile of Benjamin Ganasen
|The Prime Minister and wife with the chairman of Piet Retief's Indian L.A.C. Mr. G. M. I. Mansoor.||
Opening of an Indian School in Piet Retief
|THE PRESIDENTS ADDRESS RELATING TO HIS ATTENDANCE AT UNO AT NEW YORK||
THE PRESIDENTS ADDRESS RELATING TO HIS ATTENDANCE AT UNO AT NEW YORK
|THE PRESENT RESIDENTS OF CAT0 MANOR: GATHERED FRAGMENTS OF A DISPERSED COMMUNITY||
Cato Manor is one of those places about which, and around about which, controversy has always appeared to rage.
|The Pravasi Conference||
|The Position of Indians in South Africa||
I speak as an Indian who was born in South Africa. and has lived all his life in a city. Some 95 per cent. of the Indians in the union arc South African-born, and about 70 per cent. of us live in areas classified as urban; so I am not in any way unusual.....
|The population of South Africa|
|The Politics of Youth Resistance in the 1980s: the Dilemmas of a Differentiated Durban||
This paper investigates the objective and subjective conditions affecting the oppressed communities in Durban, South Africa, and examines the impact these had on the development of youth resistance in the 1980s.
|The Politics of Religious Education in South Africa|
|The politics of poverty||
In the 1998 parliamentary debate on reconci I iation and nation-bui I ding, then deputy president Thabo Mbeki famously argued that South Africa comprised two 'nations' divided by poverty:
|The Political structure of the Zulu kingdom during the reign of Cetshwayo Kampande|
|The place of Education in the struggle for freedom|
|The pioneers on the Truro and Belvedere/ The four Vedas||
THE first batch of indentured Indians arrived in Natal in the paddle-steamer, the S.S. " Truro " The ship left Madras on October 13, 1860, and reached Durban on November 16, 1860. The disembarkation took place on November 17.
|The pioneer party of the last phase of the struggle in South Africa Below left Dr Hermann Kallenbach and Mahatma Gandhi||
The pioneer party of the last phase of the struggle in South Africa Below left Dr Hermann Kallenbach and Mahatma Gandhi