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Click to read Representation & Reality: Portraits of women's lives in the Western Cape 1948 - 1976 by Helen Scanlon
Click to read Extracts from the book 'A long walk to Freedom'. Nelson Mandela's autobiography
Click to read Class and Colour in South Africa 1850-1950
Click to read Women in South African History, edited by Nomboniso Gasa
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
"...In chemistry the diamond, being pure carbon, is one of the most commone elements. Yet it fashioned by nature into a magnificent crystal with the most dramatic history of all gems..."...
Author: Emilia Potenza
Clcik to read Volume 1 edited by Thomas Karis and Gwendolen M. Carter
Click to read The All-African Convention: The Awakening of a people - By I.B. Tabata
Click to read South Africa's Radical Tradition: A documentary history, Volume two 1943 
Click to read South Africa's Radical Tradition: A documentary history, Volume one 1907 
Gold and Workers book cover
  Inside Front Cover Acknowledgements Title and Dedication - A People's History of South Africa Contents Epigraph - Questions of a Worker Reading History Introduction Part 1 - The...
Author: Luli Callinicos
Click to read The history of the Pretoria District Football Association (P.D.F.A.) from 1905 - 1985
PART I: PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESSES TO THE AFRICAN PEOPLE'S ORGANISATION The 1906 Presidential Address, Cape Town, 2nd January, 1906 The 1907 Presidential Address, Outdshoorn, Cape, 7 January, 1907...
Author: Mohamed Adhikari
Click to read Memoirs of a Socialist in South Africa 1903 - 1947 by Wilfrid H. Harrison
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...


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