|Notes on Nkomo|
|Notes on Lutuli|
|Notes on Xuma|
|Notes on Msimang|
|Notes on Rubusana|
|Schemes for voluntary repatriation||
Newspaper article - The Indian Problem - VI
|THE MANAGEMENT OF IN-SERVICE EDUCATION AND TRAINING (INSET) IN THE NATAL-KWAZULU AREA||
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).
|Notes on Mandela|
|Notes on Nkomo|
|Indian women in South Africa||
Indian women first came to Natal in the year 1860, together with Indian men, who were recruited as laborers to serve a period of indenture in Natal.....
|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.
|Newspaper articles relating to Minority Front leader Amichand Rajbansi||
Minority Front leader Amichand Rajbansi - Elections
|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.
|Interview with E S Reddy||
Political Action Should Follow Africa Fund Patriot
|Biography - Rowley Israel Arenstein||
Biography - Rowley Israel Arenstein
|The Long View: Again Rhodesia, Contact vol 9, no. 7|
|Beyond Apartheid: Race, Transformation and Governance in KwaZulu-Natal Cricket||
In February 1990 South African President FW de Klerk unbanned the African National Congress (ANC), the South African Communist Party (SACP) and the Pan African Congress (PAC), allowing these organisations to return to 'normal'and active politics within the country after an absence of almost three
|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
|Letter to Raj from Phyllis Naidoo||
Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to Raj
|Letter from Herbert Mathews to Alan Paton|