|Letter from Jane to Phyllis Naidoo||
Many thanks for your letter. Yes, I’d seen the papers and was so pleased for your brother and all the family. I haven't visited your Mother again but hope to do so before I leave.
|Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to Susan and Bill||
Your beautiful card arrived last week. Thank you for same. And thank you also for years of grand friendship. I don't know how many days are given to us, but I am most grateful for your wonderful friendship.
|Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to The British High Commissioner||
THe Leader of the 15th August 1997 has some refreshing news of your office. Shaik Belal Hassan who died aboard the British battleship HMS Trent in 1918, your office buried in the Riverside cemetery.
|An examination of the "dual" nature of the identity of South African Indians and the response of the community to the partition of India in 1947.||
On 23 March 194 7 the Progressive Muslim Association convened a meeting in Durban to commemorate the seventh anniversary of Pakistan Day. The speakers at the meeting commented on the communal strife in India at the time and articulated the views of the Muslim community in South Africa.
|An ‘Imagined Community’ in Diaspora: Gujaratis in South Africa||
Increasing attention is being paid to the heterogeneous identity of Indian South Africans. This article contributes to this literature by highlighting the distinct migratory history of Gujarati South Africans and the importance these histories have in perceptions of community identity.
|Gender, modernity & Indian delights: the women's cultural group of Durban, 1954-2010||
For decades, South Africans aspiring to make the perfect biryani have turned to Indian Delights, the best selling cookbook produced by Zuleikha Mayat and the Women's Cultural Group.
|Contesting Indian Islam in KwaZulu-Natal: the Muharram festival in Durban 2002||
This essay is concerned with the contested meanings, symbolism and authenticity of the Islamic festival Muharrarn in present-day Indian Islam in South Africa.
|Ahmed Deedat and Muslim-ChristianRelations at the Cape, c. 1960-1980||
This paper establishes the historical context of Muslim-Christian relations at the Cape, the role played by Ahmed Deedat in this relationship, and the public reaction to his role.
|The Viability of Islamic Banking and Finance in a Capitalist Economy: A South African Case Study||
Muslims in post-apartheid South Africa have been seeking to introduce stricter Islamic codes in the public and private domains to redefine the kind of Muslims they want to be.
|Young Muslims in Brisbane: Negotiating Cultural Identity and Alienation||
This paper examines, broadly, the religious, cultural and national identities, and self- perceptions of young Muslims in Brisbane and the social, economic, and political context in which these are being configured. While Australia's migrant intake has been racially …
|Islam in the Public Sphere in Post-Apartheid South Africa: Prospects and Challenges||
The Islamic presence in South Africa dates over three centuries.