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Isipingo Hills Hindu Society

Isipingo Hills Hindu Society Float Procession at Saunders Avenue Park

Isipingo Hills Hindu Society

Isipingo Hills Hindu Society Float Procession at Saunders Avenue Park

Isipingo Hills Hindu Society

Isipingo Hills Hindu Society Float Procession at Saunders Avenue Park

Isipingo Hills Hindu Society

Isipingo Hills Hindu Society Float Procession at Saunders Avenue Park

Isipingo Hills Hindu Society

Isipingo Hills Hindu Society Float Procession at Saunders Avenue Park

Isipingo Hills Hindu Society

Isipingo Hills Hindu Society Float Procession at Saunders Avenue Park

Isipingo Hills Hindu Society

Isipingo Hills Hindu Society Float Procession at Saunders Avenue Park

Isipingo Hills Hindu Society

Isipingo Hills Hindu Society Float Procession at Saunders Avenue Park

Introduction to the history of music amongst Indian South Africans in Natal 1860- 1948 : towards a politico-cultural understanding

The study concerns itself expression of music and the meanings associated with it. Music forms, music personalities, and music functions are traced. Some explanations of the relationships between class structures, religious expression, political affiliation, and music are suggested.

Interview: Kingforce Silgee
International Day of the Aged : Celebrations in Durban

The Aryan Benevolent Home Council is a registered non-profit organisation, which takes care of children, elderly and physically or mentally disabled people.

International Day of the Aged : Celebrations in Durban

The Aryan Benevolent Home Council is a registered non-profit organisation, which takes care of children, elderly and physically or mentally disabled people.

International Day of the Aged : Celebrations in Durban

The Aryan Benevolent Home Council is a registered non-profit organisation, which takes care of children, elderly and physically or mentally disabled people.

Igwiji

Recorded from 78 RPM record

Hubert Ogunde: a musical celebrity
Glimpses into South Africa - A Perspective Through Juluka Music
FOSATU's worker choirs now feature on new record

A haunting voice singing 'Zithulele Mama, Noma sengifile ngiyobe ngifele lona, Izwe lakithi, Izwe leSouth Africa' (Don't cry Mama, even if I am dead, I would have died for my land, the land of South Africa) immediately strikes home the horrific reality of this country.

For music action - call the "K" team
Fighting Talk Volume 12 Number 7 July 1956

Fighting Talk - a monthly journal for democrats

Face to face with Bob Mabena

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