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"The document is an important one in the history of South Africa for it tells a story that needs to be told. What is commendably new (about the manner of telling the story) is that the method is...
Author: Chris Ledochowski This book is the culmination of 10 years of documenting life in the Cape Flats African and Coloured townships of Cape Town by one of South Africa’s most talented, but...
My Childhood at Phoenix Settlement I was born on 19th of October 1928 on my grandfather’s farm, which was fifteen miles away from the city, and in those days around us were plantations of sugar cane...
Description: A book published by SAHO and the Durban local history Museum. Sita, a grand-daughter of Mahatma Gandhi, recounts with charming details her childhood years at Phoenix Settlement, a farm from which the longest surviving Indian newspaper was produced, Indian Opinion. Her account provides a striking glimpse of the challenges faced by Gandhi's South African Family in continuing his legacy (2003).
Publisher: SAHO & Durban Local History Museum
This remarkable book will appeal to experts on poverty and lay people alike, making use of sound academic arguments and extensive research. The dreams of South African singers and poets and the poor...
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This book covers civil strife and its effects on the society in 6 African countries namely Angola, Mozabique, Burundi, Sierra Leone, Ethiopia and Eritria. The book and exhibition opened in Durban at...
A book about poverty and development in South Africa done for the Department of Public Works with focus on the impact of poverty alleviation programmes in 3 of South Africa’s poorest provinces...
How can social identity formation be understood in terms of poetry and painting? Can it be argued that these signifying practices, as systems of meaning, effectively mirror the transformation and...
This book examines-and plays with the boundaries of-the disconcerting, discomfiting meanings that have grown around coloured identities. It attempts to rethink what it means to be coloured in post-...
One of the many issues confronting post – apartheid South Africa is that the cultural expression of its citizens was severely limited by the policies of the previous regime. In building a new,...
The First wave of Indian immigrants arrived in South Africa as indentured labourers, followed by a second wave known as Passenger Indians - individuals that paid their own fare. Being the last wave...
Many South Africans are struggling to come to terms with the new conditions in their country, in a world increasingly finding its way forward through the precepts of global capitalism. The majority...
A highly acclaimed photographic commentary on South Africa edited from essays taken over 25 years by one of the country’s leading documentary photographers (2001). Edited: Omar Badsha Price...
The project consists of a series of five books, Social Identities South Sfrica (SISA), available from April 2001. The demise of apartheid and the first democratic elections of 1994 brought a...
Published and launched in January 2009 in partnership with Vivalia Press. Editors:  Cornelius Thomas

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