|'At the end of the war' Cartoon of the Natal Convention by Rankin||
|'Babu' King notes|
|'Evil City' makes first time winner|
|'GIVE TILL IT HURTS': DURBAN'S INDIANS AND THE FIRST WORLD WAR||
In October 1913 approximately 20,000 Indian workers joined Mahatma Gandhi's campaign of resistance against the South African government. This was a spontaneous outburst against terrible working conditions and a realisation that the£ 3 poll tax on free Indians meant perpetual indenture.
|'Jug with Blue Flowers'||
Digital, ramed reproduction 39 x 52cm
|'Lost in the Stars" Act 1: Scene 12|
|'Lost in the Stars" Act 1: Scene 3|
|'n Toespraak deur Generaal Smuts|
|'Side Walk Cafe' by Vincent Van Gogh||
Digital, framed reproduction 42 x 52cm
|'The gentlemen of the lamps', Jock Leyden cartoon, hand drawn||
Digital, framed cartoon, Paton Study
|'Unto The I lift up mine eues, O through that dwellest in the heavens'||
Digital, framed print, Paton Study
|'We hope the bright will come"||
Abstract of three figures looking at the sun
|(Re) reading Kim: Defining Kipling's Masterpiece as Postcolonial|
|10. Statistical Information - Ownership of Fixed Property by Asiatic within City of Durban|
|153 Cowey Road, Durban||
153 COWEY ROAD - DURBAN
(Home of the Davies family)
|18th Century bible desk||
Ebony and yellowwood 18th century Cape bible desk, sloping front, inlaid with a star in ebony and ivory on stand with cross stretcher.
|18th century Dutch marquetry cabinet||
18th century Dutch marquetry cabinet with gabled top and open section with two doors inlaid with panels of urns of flowers, the lower section with two drawers inlaid with oval and corner pieces of flowers and scrolls on a base with six octagonal legs with inlaid stretcher.
|1917 street market Victoria street||
Indian traders trading on the street
|1973 Durban Strikes||
The Durban strikes of 1973, and the subsequent formation of new trade unions, were instrumental in causing the first seams of apartheid to break apart.