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16th Alan Paton Lecture presented at the time of the Alan Paton Centre's Conference, 15-17 July 2009: Zanele Hlatswayo (right), mayor of Pietermaritzburg with a guest
16th Alan Paton Lecture presented at the time of the Alan Paton Centre's Conference, 15-17 July 2009: Stephen Coan (left), from the Natal Witness with Margaret and Julian von Klemperer
16th Alan Paton Lecture presented at the time of the Alan Paton Centre's Conference, 15-17 July 2009: Heather Henning (left), sister of Peter Alexander (2nd from right) with guests
16th Alan Paton Lecture presented at the time of the Alan Paton Centre's Conference, 15-17 July 2009: Michael Nuttall (left) and David Paton
16th Alan Paton Lecture presented at the time of the Alan Paton Centre's Conference, 15-17 July 2009: Jos von Fintel (left) and Brian Spencer
16th Alan Paton Lecture presented at the time of the Alan Paton Centre's Conference, 15-17 July 2009: (L-R), Jewel Koopman, Peter Alexander and Estelle Liebenberg-Barkhuizen
16th Alan Paton Lecture presented at the time of the Alan Paton Centre's Conference, 15-17 July 2009: (L-R), Jewel Koopman, Peter Alexander and Estelle Liebenberg-Barkhuizen
16th Alan Paton Lecture presented at the time of the Alan Paton Centre's Conference, 15-17 July 2009: Jewel Koopman (left), Anne Paton and Estelle Liebenberg-Barkhuizen (right)
16th Alan Paton Lecture presented at the time of the Alan Paton Centre's Conference, 15-17 July 2009: (L-R), Jewel Koopman, Anne Paton and Estelle Liebenberg-Barkhuizen
16th Alan Paton Lecture presented at the time of the Alan Paton Centre's Conference, 15-17 July 2009: Jameson Maluleke with Jewel Koopman
16th Alan Paton Lecture presented at the time of the Alan Paton Centre's Conference, 15-17 July 2009: (L-R), Jameson Maluleke with Peter Alexander
16th Alan Paton Lecture presented at the time of the Alan Paton Centre's Conference, 15-17 July 2009: ((L-R), Jameson Maluleke, David Paton, and Jack Frost
16th Alan Paton Lecture presented at the time of the Alan Paton Centre's Conference, 15-17 July 2009: (L-R), Jameson Maluleke, David paton, Jack Frost and Jewel Koopman
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 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......

1949 Durban Riots

On I3 January 1949, a minor incident in Durban precipitated three days of the most sustained rioting that South Africa had witnessed up to that time.

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Staff of Radio Lotus

Farida Ismail, regular announcer for Radio Lotus.

Staff of Radio Lotus

Staff of Radio Lotus, Mnr. B. K. Chinnah (extreme left), Farida Ismail (seated), Sergie Naidoo, all regular announcers. Opposite, Mr. V. Moodley a technician.

Staff of Radio Lotus

From left to right: Mesdames Y. Jamal, A. Soojansingh, K. Devar, L. Gomes, M. Pather, and A. Anand.

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