VIOLENCE

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1949 Durban Riots

On 13 January 1949 an Indian store-keeper in central Durban assaulted an African youth. This incident resulted in a wave of violence, starting at the Indian market and soon spread throughout the suburbs of Durban and reached Pietermaritzburg by 19 January.

1949 Durban Riots

On 13 January 1949 an Indian store-keeper in central Durban assaulted an African youth. This incident resulted in a wave of violence, starting at the Indian market and soon spread throughout the suburbs of Durban and reached Pietermaritzburg by 19 January.

1949 Durban Riots

On 13 January 1949 an Indian store-keeper in central Durban assaulted an African youth. This incident resulted in a wave of violence, starting at the Indian market and soon spread throughout the suburbs of Durban and reached Pietermaritzburg by 19 January.

1949 Durban Riots

On 13 January 1949 an Indian store-keeper in central Durban assaulted an African youth. This incident resulted in a wave of violence, starting at the Indian market and soon spread throughout the suburbs of Durban and reached Pietermaritzburg by 19 January.

1949 Durban Riots

On 13 January 1949 an Indian store-keeper in central Durban assaulted an African youth. This incident resulted in a wave of violence, starting at the Indian market and soon spread throughout the suburbs of Durban and reached Pietermaritzburg by 19 January

1949 Durban Riots

On 13 January 1949 an Indian store-keeper in central Durban assaulted an African youth. This incident resulted in a wave of violence, starting at the Indian market and soon spread throughout the suburbs of Durban and reached Pietermaritzburg by 19 January.

1949 Durban Riots

On 13 January 1949 an Indian store-keeper in central Durban assaulted an African youth. This incident resulted in a wave of violence, starting at the Indian market and soon spread throughout the suburbs of Durban and reached Pietermaritzburg by 19 January.

1949 Durban Riots

On I3 January 1949, a minor incident in Durban precipitated three days of the most sustained rioting that South Africa had witnessed up to that time.

A Hundred Years in Opposition
A message to the Methodist people

Journal article containing a message to the Methodist people.

A petitioner speaks
A possible negotiating concept

Confidential note on a possible negotiating concept. No author but possibly a memorandum submitted to the National Working Committee of the ANC by the Commonwealth Eminent Persons Group.

A speech to the Presidential Committee Meeting of the World Council of Peace by the representative of the African National Congress, Vienna, 27 September 1963
A tragedy we can never forget ...
About real leaders and true understanding
Affidavit: Mangosuthu Gatsha Buthelezi
Alexandra is busy re-organising itself
All-out war in Seshego
Alleged Police Violence in the Port Elizabeth/Uitenhage Area: Paper Presented at National Conference 1986

Alleged Police Violence in the Port Elizabeth/Uitenhage Area: Paper Presented at National Conference on 15 March 1986 discussing police brutality, riots, mob violence, detentions, violence and torture of detainees, prison conditions, legal system.

An anti-apartheid activist speaks on violence

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