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Thesis Submitted as partial requirement for the degree MAGISTER ARTIUM (HISTORY) in the FACULTY OF HUMANITIES UNIVERSITY OF PRETORIA
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On June 13, 1996, President Nelson Mandela inaugurated a year-long observance of the 1946 Indian passive resistance in South Africa. Speaking at the University of Natal in Durban, he described the...
Author: E. S. Reddy
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Description: <p>&nbsp;</p> <div>'A Great Cause': The Origins of the Anti-Apartheid Movement, June 1959-March 1960</div> <div>Author(s): Christabel Gurney</div> <div>Source: Journal of Southern African Studies, Vol. 26, No. 1, (Mar., 2000), pp. 123-144</div> <div>Published by: Taylor &amp;amp; Francis, Ltd.</div> <div>Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/2637553</div>
Publisher: Journal of Southern African Studies, Vol. 26, No. 1, (Mar., 2000), pp. 123-144
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It is important to remember that the early Gandhi had little contact with Africans and did not understand their sensitivities. The recent agitation at the University of Legon in Ghana for the...
Author: E.S Reddy
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CHAIRMAN: I welcome Mr. Oliver Tambo and his friends, Mr. Thabo Mbeki and Mr. Aziz Pahad, and I am glad that they have been able to come... Perhaps I could start by asking Mr. Oliver Tambo if he...
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Our bases are inside South Africa Question: Since the car bomb explosion in Pretoria there has been talk of a change of strategy by the ANC. Has there really been any change? TAMBO: There hasn`t...
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Pandit Nehru and the unity of the oppressed people of South Africa by E.S. Reddy[1]     The historic role of Gandhiji has overshadowed the crucial role of Pandit Nehru and others in...
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The Hon’ble Prime Minister, Distinguished Delegates, It is a great honour for me to extend warm greetings to this timely conference of Parliamentarians against Racism and Apartheid. Indeed, your...
Author: 17-18 August 1987
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Statements, papers and letters of Abdul S. Minty, honorary secretary of the British Anti-Apartheid Movement and director of the World Campaign against Military and Nuclear Collaboration with South...
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Question: In the January 8 statement of the National Executive Committee this year, prominent mention is given to the cultural field. How would you briefly define culture and the task of the artist...
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I first met Oliver Tambo at the United Nations in 1960 during the session of the General Assembly. He was meeting delegates of African States who had decided to propose a resolution on sanctions...
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The first question the President of the ANC was asked is whether he was satisfied, or the ANC satisfied about the level of support that is emanating from the member States of the OAU. TAMBO: We...
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Mr Dali Tambo and the entire Tambo family, Esteemed Trustees and Founding Members of the Oliver and Adelaide Tambo Foundation, Ministers and Deputy Ministers, ANC Officials and NEC members,...
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An unpublished paper by E. S. Reddy May 1985 The South African "Freedom Charter" - whose thirtieth anniversary will be observed this year - was adopted at the "Congress of the People" held in...
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Gandhiji often stressed that satyagraha is not mere jail-going. He warned, during the first satyagraha in South Africa, as early as 1909: "A satyagrahi must be afraid neither of imprisonment...
Author: E. S. Reddy
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Sports and the Liberation Struggle: a Tribute to Sam Ramsamy and others who fought apartheid sport by E.S. Reddy (Former Director, United Nations Centre against Apartheid). In South Africa, as...
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Dr. Yusuf Dadoo once told me that Nelson Mandela had Indian friends in college and used to visit Indian homes. He would not accept the food they offered until he became convinced of the need for...
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Passive Resistance 1946 - A Selection of Documents, is a record of the second resistance movements waged by Indians in the country; the first was waged by Gandhi at the beginning of the century. The...
Author: E.S. Reddy & Fatima Meer
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When Nelson Mandela walked out of the Victor Verster  prison on 11 February 1960, after 10,053 days of incarceration, people all over the world watched the event with excitement and curiosity -...
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The African National Congress of South Africa, founded in January 1912, got a lot of support from Mahatma Gandhi, who had already begun his campaign of passive resistance against racism. E.S. REDDY...
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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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Question: At the end of August, the regime conducted its "elections" to the "Coloured" and Indian parliaments. As expected, the whole exercise turned out to be farce, rejected by...
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In 1977, the Special Committee sent a small mission to Accra – composed of its officers and representatives of ANC and PAC – to congratulate Ghana on the tenth anniversary of its...
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Question: Your guerrillas recently blew up fuel tanks at South Africa`s oil-from-coal processing plant at Sasolburg, and there have been attacks on police stations and a bank. Does this mean that...
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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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Mr. Ken Livingstone, Archbishop Trevor Huddleston, Ambassador Sahnoun, Honourable Mr. Hughes, Ladies and gentlemen, May I begin by expressing the thanks of the African National Congress and of...
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