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The Long View: The long arm of Persecution, Contact vol 9, no.2
The Long View: The Ndamse Affair, Contact vol 9, no. 1
The Long View: Waiting for Robert, Contact July 1996
The M I D S. Newsletter (12/04/1957) -Vol. 4 No. 1

New Letter of the Methodist Government Aided Indian School

The Mad in their Midst: Accommodating Insanity in Natal, 1868-1920

In December 1916, James Mkize, a kholwa (Christian) peasant farmer and preacher submitted a deposition to the Resident Magistrate of Umzimkulu, southern Natal, South Africa, detailing at some length the reasons why he believed that his brother, Bennie, was insane and should be legally detained in

The Making of "Indianess": Indian Politics in South Africa During the 1930s and 1940s

The years 1914 to 1949 were witness to rapid and extensive change in the social and
material conditions of Indians. The transformation of the majority of lndians to an urban-based
proletariat presented them with new challenges as well as additional choices of group

The making of a political reformer: Gandhi in South Africa, 1893-1914

This Study Offers Perspectives That More Accurately Situate Gandhi`S Role In South Africa`S History. The Focus Is On The Religious And Cultural Orientation Of His Compatriots Seeking To Add With This New Dimension To A Better Understanding Of The Making Of A Social Reformer.


Degree: Ph. D. Degree Year: 1995 Institute: Indiana University The object of this study is to
examine the making of Indian identities in Durban between 1914 and 1949. There were
many significant changes in social and material conditions during this period and it is within

The Man, the Issue, and the Beloved Country
The Man, the Issue, and the Beloved Country

In any education system "no other single factor determines to such an extent the quality of education in a country as the quality of the corps of teachers, lecturers and instructors" (HSRC 1981 : 180).

The Marquard Letters
The May 2008 Xenophobic Violence in South Africa: Antecedents and Aftermath

This article revisits the May 2008 xenophobic attacks in South Africa in order to grapple with key questions around the causes of xenophobia in South Africa, measures that can be taken to address xenophobia and ways in which diverse but inclusive communities can be built.

The Mechanics of Change
The Mercantile Group Of Companies
The Middle of the Road
The militarisation of South African politics

Rise of the Executive State, The New Constitutional Dispensation, The Security Establishment

The mine workers in 1946
The Missionary Gene in the Kenyan Polity: Representations of Contemporary Kenya in the British Media
The Moral Economy of the Black Miners Strike of 1946

Most accounts of the African miners· strike on the Witwatersrand in 1946 rely heavily on Dan O'Meara's pioneering article.....




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