|New Age cartoon Illustration||
OUT FOR THE COUNT!
|16th Alan Paton Lecture presented at the time of the Alan Paton Centre's Conference, 15-17 July 2009: David Levey introducing Peter Alexander|
|16th Alan Paton Lecture presented at the time of the Alan Paton Centre's Conference, 15-17 July 2009: Professor Colin Gardner addressing the audience before the lecture, given by Peter Alexander|
|All-African Peoples Conference held in Cairo||
Dr. A. Letele, Dr. Y.M.Dadoo, Mr. Moses Mabhida and Mr. Ambrose Makiwane at the All-African People's Conference in Cairo
|Mr JN Singh secretary of the South African Indian Congress(SAIC)||
Jaydew Nasib Singh was born in South Africa about 1920 and graduated in the mid-1940s with a law degree from the University of the Witwatersrand....
|DR GM Naicker President of the SAIC||
Dr GM Naicker played a key role in planning a mass civil disobedience movement. The initiative was taken by the ANC and the PAC which called on Africans to revolt against the carrying of passes.
|United front against Durban Group Areas Plan||
Representatives of the Indian people who appeared at the Group Areas inquiry were, from the left: Dr. G. Lowen Q.C., who represented the Greyville Indian Ratepayers' Organisation; Mr. Dhanpal Naidoo, Secretary of the Greyville Ratepayers; Mr. J . N.
|BRITISH RESPOND BOYCOTT CALL||
Father Trevor Huddleston addressing the enormous crowd which gathered in Trafalgar Square, London, to launch the boycott of South African goods.
|New Age Newspaper cartoon illustration||
"•••and remember. it took us 3,000 years to build our white civilisation."
|Indentured Indians in Natal||
a vivid description of the history of Indian South Africans and how they came as indentured labour to the British Colony of Natal between 1860 and 1911.
|Monty speaks : speeches of Dr. G.M. (Monty) Naicker, 1945-1963||
LET ME LIVE - LETTER TO A EUROPEAN”: JUNE 1946 STATEMENT MADE IN COURT WHEN CHARGED WITH 46 OTHER PASSIVE RESISTERS UNDER RIOTOUS ASSEMBLIES ACT, JUNE 1946
|Natal and Zululand from earliest times to 1910 : a new history||
Written by twelve historians and two archeologists, this history of Natal for more than 20 years is edited by two professors of history in the University of Natal. This book deals with a number of
|Gandhi's editor : the letters of M.H. Nazar, 1902-1903||
Mansukhlal Hiralal Nazar was born in Surat, India in 1862 and, after living for a time in England, arrived ....
|Proud testimony : a history of the Durban Indian mission hospital - St. Aidan's, 1883-1983||
St Aidan;s Mission Hospital
|Pentecostal penetration into the Indian community, South Africa||
Pentecostal Penetration Into the Indian Community
|Christian Indians in Natal 1860-1911||
History of Christian Indian settlement in Natal, South Africa.
|English in language shift : the history, structure, and sociolinguistics of South African Indian English||
Rajend Mesthrie examines the rise of a new variety of English among Indian migrant workers indentured on the plantations of Natal in South Africa. Considering the historical background to, and linguistic consequences of, language shift in an immigrant context, he …
|Dr. Yusuf Mohamed Dadoo: His speeches, articles and correspondence with Mahatma Gandhi, 1939-1983||
speeches, articles and correspondence with Mahatma Gandhi
|Indentured Indian emigrants to Natal, 1860-1902 : a study based on ships' lists||
This was a very ambitious undertaking—the analysis of 91 volumes of 384 ships* lists of 152,184 indentured Indians going to Natal between 1860 and, initially, 1911
|A Documentary History of Indian South Africans||
Transcriptions of documents relating to the civil rights struggle of Indians in South Africa from 1860-1982.