|The relevance of Black Theology||
Journal article discussing the relevance of the Black Theology in South Africa in relation to the question of colour, in relation to the heretical ecclesiology, and in relation to the proclamation of the gospel.
|The Peoples of South Africa - Reprint from Official Yearbook of the Republic of South Africa||
The striking diversity of the South African population is the result not only of comparatively recent migrations but of a long process of which but a small part is known to historians. Of the whole process, perhaps the last three or four centuries have been adequately documented.
|The people shall govern and letters by Phyllis Naidoo||
letter to friends and family.
|The New African: Volume 2, Number 4, May 1963|
|The New African: Volume 1, Number 9, September 1962|
|The M I D S. Newsletter (12/04/1957) -Vol. 4 No. 1||
New Letter of the Methodist Government Aided Indian School
|The Indians in South Africa||
South Africa herself belongs rightly to the West. It was from the countries of Europe that her early settlers came, yet it is significant that she first attracted public attention as a possible half-way house between East and West.
|The Indian in South Africa. Facts and Figures||
The Indian in South Africa. Facts and Figures
|The Indian Annual||
A Hindu Temple in Durban, South Africa. Hinduism is practised throughout South Africa, but primarily in KwaZulu-Natal.
|The Hindus of South Africa||
The Hindus constitute the largest religious group of the Indian population of South Africa, being a little over sixty per cent The other forty per cent. is made up of Moslems, Christians and Buddhists. The Hindus fall into two major sections and divide into four linguistic groups.
|The Hindu Tamil Institute Building, the Centre of Tamil activities of Durban||
The Hindu Tamil Institute
|The heresy of apartheid||
Journal article discussing the role of the Dutch Reformed Church in supporting the South African Government's policy of apartheid.
|The Glory of Indian Womanhood||
FROM time immemorial Sita, Savitri, Damayanti, Nalayani, Anasuya, and Draupadi have been regarded as sacred ~deals of Indian Womanhood as they are sublime and exemplary- characters who have exalted womanhood to the height of divine perfection.....
|The Frontier in History: North America and Southern Africa compared||
The dominant tradition in historical scholarship is one that deals in single cases. The time, energy, and talents of the typical historian are fully engaged......
|The fourth Noble Truth||
The Four Noble Truths comprise the essence of Buddha's teachings, though they leave much left unexplained. They are the truth of suffering, the truth of the cause of suffering, the truth of the end of suffering, and the truth of the path that leads to the end of suffering.
|The Forum - Volume 9 Number 1 - April 1960||
An enterprise whose products are vital to the progress of the world, must have "progress" as its own watchword. That is.....
|The Church of the Province of South Africa||
Essay discusses the issues such as the training of Black and White priests, multiracial church services, church schools.
|The church as seen by a young layman|
|THE CHURCH AND RACISM TOWARDS A MORE FRATERNAL SOCIETY|
|The Agreement between India and South Africa||
In writing for the International Review of Missions concerning the Agreement between the South African and Indian Governments, which has reconciled some of the gravest outstanding difficulties, it is right that I should lay stress, at the outset, on the spiritual side of the long conflict.