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1940 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.

1940 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.

Riots Durban

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.

Riots in Durban

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.

Letter from Ray to Phyllis Naidoo

In one day I will be leaving this country and believe me, I can hardly wait.

Letter from Bernhard and Margaret to Phyllis Naidoo

Thank you so much for your nice letter which we received two days ago.

Civil Rights News Letter, Vol. XXVII No.10 Issued 29 December 1980
Letter from Bernhard and Margarete to Phyllis Naidoo

Thank you so much for the two letters we received during the past weeks.

Letter from Monroe Gilmore to Phyllis Naidoo

Monroe phones to say he has received the cow bells and chimes. He kept on ringing it on the telephone - hurting my ear drum - With friends like this...

Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to Friends

Today is a holiday since Freedom Day was A Sunday , yesterday. Business is complaining about too many holidays. We have May Day - (Labour) coming up on Thursday. Only 3 working days in a week? They do not complain with 5 days for test cricket.

South African Trade Unions: division under law

Throughout the world workers are organised into trade unions in their own industries and united in national trade union co-ordinating bodies. In no country but South Africa are they organized on racial, sex or color lines.

Jobs and living

Ambitions

May Day 1989 Culture Week Students Union Performance Tape V

Cultural performances to commemorate MayDay held at Students Union, University of Natal

May Day 1989 Culture Week Howard College Audience Tape VI

Cultural performances in commemoration of MayDay held at Howard College. Focus on the audience.

May Day 1989 Culture Week Howard College Audience Tape VII

Cultural performances and speeches to commemorate MayDay. Focus on oral and written poetic traditions in Natal.

MayDay 1989 Culture Week Clairwood Peformance Tape VIII

Cultural performances to commemorate MayDay.

May Day 1989 Culture Week Pinetown Performance Tape IX

AN EXHIBITION OF ARTWORKS. CULTURAL PERFORMANCE REGARDING WORKERS.

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