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The UKZN Forum on “The Challenges of Eradicating Racism”

More than 500 people attended the UKZN Forum on “The Challenges of Eradicating Racism” on the Westville campus on 19 March.

The UKZN Forum on “The Challenges of Eradicating Racism”

More than 500 people attended the UKZN Forum on “The Challenges of Eradicating Racism” on the Westville campus on 19 March.

The UKZN Forum on “The Challenges of Eradicating Racism”

More than 500 people attended the UKZN Forum on “The Challenges of Eradicating Racism” on the Westville campus on 19 March.

The UKZN Forum on “The Challenges of Eradicating Racism”

More than 500 people attended the UKZN Forum on “The Challenges of Eradicating Racism” on the Westville campus on 19 March.

The UKZN Forum on “The Challenges of Eradicating Racism”

More than 500 people attended the UKZN Forum on “The Challenges of Eradicating Racism” on the Westville Campus on 19 March.

The UKZN Forum on “The Challenges of Eradicating Racism”

More than 500 people attended the UKZN Forum on “The Challenges of Eradicating Racism” on the Westville campus on 19 March.

Chairman of the Natal Indian Congress - Amod Bayat

The Natal Indian Congress (NIC) was an organisation that aimed to fight discrimination against

At a beach cottage, Treasure beach, 1958.

Seated: Errol Shanley; 3rd George Sewpersad and members of the NIC & TIC

At a beach cottage, Treasure Beach, 1958.

Standing: Nathoo? (TIC); Ayob Khan (NIC), Verulam; seated: MJ Naidoo and his wife, Sanna

At Treasure Beach

From left: Dr Monty Naicker; 'Coetzee' Naicker (brother of MP) with fist raised; Yakoob Khan; Prem Meherchand; Debi Singh,seated

At a beach cottage, Treasure Beach, 1958.

From Left: Nathoo (TIC); 3rd Dr Monty Naicker; 4th Errol Shanley; 5th Billy Nair; seated Debi Singh

At a beach cottage, Treasure Beach, 1958.

Left: Billy Nair's sister

At a beach cottage , Treasure Beach, 1958

From left: NT Naicker's brother and wife; Mrs Peppy Rawat (Jhb); Billy Nair; Poomoney Moodley

At a beach cottage, Treasure Beach (owned by Parmesir of Sasco Sweets

From left:Sonny Morgan (Crimson League); Lalla (Lalla Textiles); Errol Shanley; Mohan; Poomoney Moodley (seated)

Natal Indian Youth Congress at the opening of the Himalaya Hotel

From left, 2nd Baboo Seedat (nephew of AKM Docrat); 4th Prem Meharchand, Chairman (brother of Oom Meharchand); 5th Yakoob Khan, Secretary; 6th Billy Nair (NIC); 7th Paul Mohan

1956 Women's March

The Women's March was a spectacular success. Women from all parts of the country arrived in Pretoria, some from as far afield as Cape Town and Port Elizabeth.

Burning the pass

Walter Sisulu burning his pass

Violet Hashe

Violet Hashe, fiery African trade union leader, called on the people at

Congress of Trade Unions

South African Congress of Trade Unions (SACTU) ... In 1944 SATLC adopted the Workers Charter. This Charter was viewed as a vehicle to ...

Delegates from Natal at the Congress of the People held in Klipstown

The three thousand delegates who gathered at Kliptown on 25 and 26 June 1955 were workers, peasants, intellectuals, women, youth and ...

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