Gandhi-Luthuli Documentation Centre

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Phyllis Naidoo writes to Kessie Govender the play writer

A letter to Kessie Govender the play writer

Phyllis Naidoo's letter to her office of employmentin Lesotho

Phyllis Naidoo's letter of resignation

Phyllis Naidoo's letter to Lerato

Phyllis Naidoo writes a letter to Lerato requesting for some items.

Phyllis Naidoo's letters and documents of UNISA

 Letters and documents - University of South Africa

Phyllis Naidoo's letters to family during 1980

Phyllis Naidoo's letters to family during 1980

Phyllis writed to the news editor

Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to a newspaper editor.

Phyllis writers to mother

Phyllis writes to mother

Picture of Grey Street

Where East meets West, A scene in Grey Street one of the principle Indian shopping Centre in Durban

Pinetown

Pinetown District

Play it again, Sam

SAM RAMSAMY HAS BECOME A CHAMPION OF SOUTH AFRICAN SPORT IN THE WIDER WORLD
WHERE, IN THE APARTHEID ERA, HE LABOURED TO PREVENT SOUTH AFRICA'S PRESENCE.......

Port Shepstone

Group areas

Post and Telecommunications Corporation

POSTS AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS CORPORATION

Post cards and a note to Phyllis Naidoo from Pat during 1982

Post cards and a note to Phyllis Naidoo from Pat during 1982

Post cards and letters of Phyllis Naidoo and Tom and Susie

Post cards and letters of Phyllis Naidoo and Tom and Susie during 1981 and 1982

Post Office, Durban

Post Office, Durban

Postcard from Phyllis to Sukhthi dated 10th December 1987

Postcard from Phyllis to Sukhthi dated 10th December 1987

Postcard from Shan in India to Phyllis Naidoo

Post card from Shan to Phyllis Naidoo

Postcolonial feminisms speaking through an 'accented' cinema : the construction of Indian women in the films of Mira Nair and Deepa Mehta (Thesis, 2004)

This thesis proposes that the merging of the theories of ‘accented’ cinema and postcolonial feminisms allows for the establishment of a theoretical framework for the analysis of (what will be argued for) an emerging postcolonial feminist film practice.

POWER AND RESISTANCE: INDENTURED LABOUR IN COLONIAL NATAL, 1860-1911

POWER AND RESISTANCE: INDENTURED LABOUR IN COLONIAL NATAL, 1860-1911

PRESENTATION BY LOUISE ASMAL AT THE ANTI-APARTHEID SOLIDARITY CONFERENCE - DURBAN, 2004

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

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