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CRIMINAL VICTIMISATION AND HOUSING IN CATO MANOR

The Cato Manor area has a long history as a point of contention. The vibrant Indian and African community that had settled in the area was forcibly removed in 1955, and the land lay vacant for many years.

Perceptions and Practices Relevant to the Transmission of Plague, Leptospirosis and Toxoplasmosis

The area known as Cato Crest is one of six ‘informal’ settlements that comprises the community of Cato Manor, a community with a rich history. Cato Crest is located along the ridge or crest of Cato Manor.

THE PRESENT RESIDENTS OF CAT0 MANOR: GATHERED FRAGMENTS OF A DISPERSED COMMUNITY

Cato Manor is one of those places about which, and around about which, controversy has always appeared to rage.

English Studies in Africa, vol 14, No. 2, September 1971
Aspects of South African Literature
Interview with Chinua Achebe
An Empire of Poetry
Southern African Research Program, Newsletter 11
Omeros
Leo Frobenius: The Demonic Child
Caribbean Quarterly: Contents of Past Issues
Bibliography for recent West Indian writing in English
Poems from Algiers
A critical view on Edward Brathwaite's Masks
Routes of the Roots: Geography and Literature in the English-speaking countries
Irretrievable
A memorial to Dorrie
Hymn to Dorrie
Newspaper articles on Peter Brown

Newspaper cuttings on Peter Brown

THE INDIANS OF NATAL: RESISTANCE TO APARTHEID, 1971-1985

This thesis highlights the ebbs and flows of the Indian minority's struggles against the systematic and unjust segregation of mankind along racial lines. Their courage and principled resistance as well as their fears as a minority during the period of 1971 to 1985, are captured in this study.

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