Journal of Southern African Studies

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Indian merchants and Dukawallahs in the Natal Economy c 1875 – 1914

In the early years of the last quarter of the nineteenth century, Natal provided an ideal environment in which Indian merchants could flourish.

Plantations, Passes & Proletarians: Labour & the Colonial State in the Nineteenth Century
The Politics of Youth Resistance in the 1980s: the Dilemmas of a Differentiated Durban

This paper investigates the objective and subjective conditions affecting the oppressed communities in Durban, South Africa, and examines the impact these had on the development of youth resistance in the 1980s.

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