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Yusuf Dadoo: Transnational Politics, South African Belonging

Although people of Indian origin have been present in South Africa since 1860, they are still objects of suspicion in the ‘New’ South Africa. In many quarters, they are accused of exploiting Africans and, in the past, collaborating with apartheid.

Youth Action To Seize The Opportunities Of Democracy; pushing back the frontiers of poverty
World Conference Against Racism: Globalisation Resource Document. Aug - Sept 2001
Working for Freedom

Capitalist Crisis and Ruling Class Response

Wiehahn: "Reform" or Reaction?

The Riekert Commission: a Black Middle Class in the Making?

 

Work In Progress No 61 Sept/Oct 1989
Work In Progress No 53 April/May 1988
Work In Progress 70-71, Nov-Dec 1990
Wind of Change

  South Africa - Wind of Change

Who is the enemy?
White Racism
Whats in a name?: SOME REFLECTIONS ON THE NATAL INDIAN CONGRESS

journal article

What is apartheid?
We don't want Education Apartheid

Indian Youth Demonstrate at School

We Blacks
We are at war!

ANC illustrated booklet in five languages on the history of the liberation struggle, apartheid and the ANC.

Voting Times
Voice of the Youth - Soweto 76
Various newspaper cuttings on the Natal Indian Congress - 1970

N.I.C. press cuttings

V Chockalingam Pillai correspondence

Correspondence

University apartheid in South Africa

Unpublished article on apartheid at Universities in South Africa by I B Tabata.

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