The essay contains a discussion around Black theology, politics, religion and philosophy as experienced by the Black man in South Africa.
|"Nevertheless..." A Variety of Religious Protest|
|1999 Parliament of the World's Religions||
1999 Parliament of the World's Religions
|A CATECHISM OF THE ELEMENTARY TEACHINGS OF HINDUISM|
|A STUDY OF THE WEST STREET MOSQUE IN DURBAN.||
submitted in part fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of HONOURS BACHELORS Department of Islamic Studies in the Faculty of Arts at the University of Durban-Westville.
|A war sermon||
A war sermon
|Africa's own brand of Islam||
A religious vacuum exists over much of Africa and although Islam is spreading, its impact on society is changing.
Something repels the heart deeply in most organised form of religion.
|Alpine road mosque||
Pictire of mosque
|Apartheid and the reformation||
This is a journal article about apartheid and reformation and it relevancy for South Africa.
|Areas of co-operation: what should UCM be||
Pamphlet compiled by University Christian Movement about the possible ways to make Christianity relevent to all people - Black as well as White.
|Arya Samaj and Indians abroad||
Arya Samaj Centenary Publications
|Bisram Rambilass newspaper cuttings||
Call for Hindus to thread boldly
APS host social reformer
Call for extension of indological studies
Memo to constitution body
Journal article about the origins of Black theology, Black theology in Africa, and its objections and criticisms.
|Black theology in Bangkok: relevance for South Africa||
This is a journal article about the Black theology in Bangkok. It also discusses the church in Africa and the relevance for South Africa.
|Chapter three: Black organisations - Religious groups|
|Chemchemi Newsletter, vol 2, no. 4, July 1965|
|Church and state in South Africa|
|Church service in support of restrictees||
Programme for a church service in support of restrictees. It covers the purpose of the service and announcements, presentation and introduction of restrictees, and national anthem.