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The 1949 Durban riots

The object will be to investigate inter-group relations between Africans and Indians within the community, and to trace these relations to the outbreak of
violence......

The 1949 Durban riots : a community in conflict

The volume of literature on the structure and development of the South African state and its society has been profuse. The gradual development

The Abolution Room

Muslims make up about 3% of South Africa's population of nearly 60 million. Muslims have lived in South Africa for hundreds of years and have ...

The accused 156 leaders of the Congress Alliance

The accused 156 leaders of the Congress Alliance comprised men & women of every racial group & from every part of the country.

The African Union Summit 2002

The African Union Summit 2002.

The Agreement between India and South Africa

In writing for the International Review of Missions concerning the Agreement between the South African and Indian Governments, which has reconciled some of the gravest outstanding difficulties, it is right that I should lay stress, at the outset, on the spiritual side of the long conflict.

The Airfield at Isipingo

Airfield at Isipingo

The Arabian Nights

Islamic religious art differs from Christian religious art in that it is non-figural because many Muslims believe that the depiction of the human form is idolatry, and...

The arrival of Indians in Natal by Boats.

arrival of the first indentured Indians, an event that was to have far-reaching results for the Colony of Natal. The first ships arrived in November 1860 having left ...

The Asiatic Immigrant community in the Union of South Africa

THE South African Asiatic community is an outstanding example o an immigrant group of tropical origin, which was originally import to meet the labor requirements of European settlers and which has aroused bitter opposition by its attempts to move outside its allotted sphe Like the Jews in Eastern

The attitudes of the Hindu and Muslim Female University students towards the use and acceptance of the Indian traditional dress

The study is a report of the responses of certain groups of Indian university students towards the use and acceptance of their traditional dress. It is directly related to the impact of westernization on the current use of the Indian dress.

The biggest Kavady festival in the North Coast

The temple, in Brake Village, was established by indentured labourers, employees of the then Tongaat Sugar Company. They built it to cater for the needs of their growing community. Back in 1909 the area was known as the “Brake Barracks” and the temple started out as a wood andiron structure.

The biggest Kavady festival in the North Coast

The temple, in Brake Village, was established by indentured labourers, employees of the then Tongaat Sugar Company. They built it to cater for the needs of their growing community. Back in 1909 the area was known as the “Brake Barracks” and the temple started out as a wood andiron structure.

The biggest Kavady festival in the North Coast

The temple, in Brake Village, was established by indentured labourers, employees of the then Tongaat Sugar Company. They built it to cater for the needs of their growing community. Back in 1909 the area was known as the “Brake Barracks” and the temple started out as a wood andiron structure.

The biggest Kavady festival in the North Coast

The temple, in Brake Village, was established by indentured labourers, employees of the then Tongaat Sugar Company. They built it to cater for the needs of their growing community. Back in 1909 the area was known as the “Brake Barracks” and the temple started out as a wood andiron structure.

The biggest Kavady festival in the North Coast

The temple, in Brake Village, was established by indentured labourers, employees of the then Tongaat Sugar Company. They built it to cater for the needs of their growing community. Back in 1909 the area was known as the “Brake Barracks” and the temple started out as a wood andiron structure.

The biggest Kavady festival in the North Coast

The temple, in Brake Village, was established by indentured labourers, employees of the then Tongaat Sugar Company. They built it to cater for the needs of their growing community. Back in 1909 the area was known as the “Brake Barracks” and the temple started out as a wood andiron structure.

The biggest Kavady festival in the North Coast

The temple, in Brake Village, was established by indentured labourers, employees of the then Tongaat Sugar Company. They built it to cater for the needs of their growing community. Back in 1909 the area was known as the “Brake Barracks” and the temple started out as a wood andiron structure.

The biggest Kavady festival in the North Coast

The temple, in Brake Village, was established by indentured labourers, employees of the then Tongaat Sugar Company. They built it to cater for the needs of their growing community. Back in 1909 the area was known as the “Brake Barracks” and the temple started out as a wood andiron structure.

The biggest Kavady festival in the North Coast

The temple, in Brake Village, was established by indentured labourers, employees of the then Tongaat Sugar Company. They built it to cater for the needs of their growing community. Back in 1909 the area was known as the “Brake Barracks” and the temple started out as a wood andiron structure.

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