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From the book: A Documentary History of Indian South Africans edited by Surendra Bhana and Bridglal Pachai For the serious researcher investigating any aspect of the history of indentured...
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From the book: A Documentary History of Indian South Africans edited by Surendra Bhana and Bridglal Pachai The President's Council was appointed in September 1980 with the task of...
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In 1942, shortly before Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi launched the Quit India Movement, I was present in Sevagram as a six-and-a-half-year-old child. My memories also include a visit with my parents and...
Author: Rajmohan Gandhi
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From the book: History of Muslims in South Africa by Ebrahim Mahomed Mahida 1804 Attainment of freedom of worship 23 By 1804, the number of the Vryezwarten or Free Blacks, majority of whom...
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Originally no provision was made for the education of Indians. The Reverend Stott of the Wesleyan Mission established a school for Indian labourers in 1868 and four years later advised...
Author: Frene Ginwala
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At a farewell meeting of the Tamil community in Johannesburg on July 15, 1914, Gandhi said that the Tamils bore the brunt of the satyagraha struggle and that he felt he came to the meeting to meet...
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Contents History of Muslims in South Africa: Introduction History of Muslims in South Africa: 1652 - 1699 History of Muslims in South Africa: 1700 - 1799 History of Muslims in South Africa:...
Author: Ebrahim Mahomed Mahida
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Gandhiji led a seven-year long struggle in South Africa from 1907 to 1914 for the security and dignity of the Indian settlers in that country who were subjected to humiliations by the white rulers....
Author: E. S. Reddy
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The Gandhi Development Trust recognises on this important occasion of the centenary of Phoenix Settlement, the outstanding contribution, dedication and devoted service rendered by the following...
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Contents Le Rona Re Batho by Phyllis Naidoo - Introduction Chapter 1 - The House at Lower Seoli Chapter 2 - SADF Speaks... Chapter 3 - Historical Lesotho Chapter 4 - Poor, yet generous...
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From the book: Women and Gender in Southern Africa to 1945 edited by Cherryl Walker To Protector of Indian Immigrants, 27th June 1916. Dear Sir, Bearers wish to be registered as man and...
Author: Jo Beall
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Class, Consciousness and Organisation:Indian Political Resistance in Durban, South Africa, 1979 - 1996 Kumi Naidoo Magdalen College, D. Phil., Michaelmas, 1997 Resistance to the apartheid system...
Author: Kumi Naidoo
Introduction The first elections to the Indian House of Delegates (HoD) in the racially segregated tricameral parliament took place on 28 August 1984. The United Nations Security Council dismissed...
5.1. INTRODUCTION Madressa education does not exist in isolation but is part of the practice of the religion and grew and spread with the religion. Its primary objective has been to transmit...
Author: A. Akhalwaya, I. Waja, A.H. Gabru, A.K. Dockrat, S. Pandor and E. Garda
ABSTRACT OF THESES 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  ...
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FREEDOM MOVEMENT IN SOUTH AFRICA: ITS INTERNATIONAL IMPACT[1] All national movements for freedom and justice spread ripples beyond their national boundaries.  But some stand out as beacons...
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"If we look into the future [of South Africa], is it not a heritage we have to leave to posterity, that all the different races commingle and produce a civilisation that perhaps the world has...
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To the President-General and members of the Executive Committee of the African National Congress and the President and Councillors of the South African Indian Congress: WHEREAS the African National...
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As important as the fortieth anniversary of the assassination of Gandhiji which is observed on January 30, 1988, is the eightieth anniversary of his first imprisonment in South Africa in January 1908...
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INTRODUCTION This year, June 26, will mark the twentieth anniversary of the beginning of the "Campaign of Defiance of Unjust Laws," launched jointly by the African National Congress and...
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The following article was written just before the Emergency, having been commissioned by the Editor to commemorate one hundred years of Indian settlement in South Africa. The large number of Indians...
Author: Fatima Meer
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Sandton Sun, 13 February 1993 Assalaam Ualaikum, Namiste and Good Evening. We are gathered here today at a time when South Africa is at the threshold of some of the most momentous political changes...
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Although Indians had been among the first slaves that had been brought to the Cape in the second half of the seventeenth century, it was only after the 1860s that southern Africa had a relatively...
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A comparison of prison experiences and conditions of Mahatma Gandhi and Nelson Mandela in South Africa1 by Nelson Mandela Gandhi threatened the South African Government during the first and...
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Dr. Yusuf Mohamed Dadoo played an outstanding role in the South African liberation movement for over half a century - in persuading the Indian community to link its destiny with that of the African...

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