C. G. Henning

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Azanian People's Organisation
The Progressive Federal Party (PFP) APR 1981 TO 1984

The Progressive Party (Afrikaans: Progressiewe Party) was a liberal party in South Africa which, during apartheid, was considered the left wing of the all-white parliament.

National Party

National Party News - 1980's

"Go home to India" placard won't stop Anesh

An Indian police station commissioner's first day at the office heading an all-African force in Umbumbulu.....

Indian night clubbers say they were turned away from Baghdad Cafe

The party of six did a double-take bouncer said politely: "No Indians.....

Tale of racial abuse

PIONEER Zarina Mahomed, whose family was one of the first people of colour to move into a white area, is hoping her seven years of harassment are over at last. her licence. Mahomed said she perceived the actions of the traffic policemen to be raciallybased.

Indians get top jobs says COSATU

COSATU in KwaZulu-Natal is having to deal with racial tension among its membership who feel Indians are being favoured by white bosses....

No one wants to hear the sobbing prophet of the apocalypse

Rogue AWB elements planted-the latest terror bombs, says Eugene Terre Blanche.

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.

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