Gandhi-Luthuli Documentation Centre

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Bethesda 21st Celebrations Carlise St Durban

Various photographed slides of different parts of the World

Bethesda 21st Celebrations Congregation

Various photographed slides of different parts of the World

Bethesda Church

Bethesda Church celebrates their 21st Anniversary at the Avalon Cinema

Bethesda Church Council

Item from Wooden cabinet for slide drawers

Bethesda Sunday School

Various photographed slides of different parts of the World

Bethesda Temple

Various photographed slides of different parts of the World

Bethesda Temple

Various photographed slides of different parts of the World

Bethesda Temple Carlisle_St_c1936

Various photographed slides of different parts of the World

Bethesda Temple Congregation
Bethesda Temple Interior

Various photographed slides of different parts of the World

Bethesda Temple Interior

Various photographed slides of different parts of the World

Bethesda Temple movie night

Bethesda Temple showing a slide show on India

Bethlehem Star
Between Apartheid and Neoliberalism in Durban’s Indian Quarter

A drive from Durban's beaches towards the once bustling ''Indian quarter''will lead to a confluence of three streets: Monty Naicker, Alfred Bitini Xuma, and Yusuf Dadoo.

Between black and white: A case study of the KwaZulu-Natal Cricket Union

223 different in KwaZulu-Natal, for example, with its large Indian population, than at the Pretoria-based Titans franchise, where whites are dominant, or in the Eastern Cape which has substantial African involvement in cricket.

Bewitching Zulu Women: Umhayizo, Gender, and Witchcraft in Natal

Some time in mid-1999, a young man from the village of Masameni in southern KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, 'proposed love' to Zandile, a 16-year old girl from the nearby village of Makholweni. She promptly refused his attentions.

Beyond Apartheid: Race, Transformation and Governance in KwaZulu-Natal Cricket

In February 1990 South African President FW de Klerk unbanned the African National Congress (ANC), the South African Communist Party (SACP) and the Pan African Congress (PAC), allowing these organisations to return to 'normal'and active politics within the country after an absence of almost three

Beyond Borders From Swaraj to Swaziland Rajes Pillay’s journey from exile to freedom

‘In this period Rajes, became active in the underground of the ANC, working with people like Mandla Judson Khuzwayo, George Naicker, Phyllis Naidoo and Indres Naidoo. Her work comprised of recruiting people into the ANC structures and to ferry them abroad to Botswana or Swaziland.

Bhai Ramdutt Bhawani Dayal walking in West Street near Durban City Hall June_1937
Bhai Ramdutt Bhawani Dayal with his sons Narendrakumar and Mahendrakumar at Jacobs June 1937

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