1. Zuleikha Mayat - South African author and activist who led a life of courage, compassion and integrity | Article
  2. Urban struggles apartheid local and civic and the transformation of the state: the case of community organizations in Durban | Article
  3. The Local State and Residential Segregation: Durban and the Prelude to the Group Areas Act | Article
  4. The Integrated Community Apartheid Could Not Destroy: The Warwick Avenue Triangle in Durban | Article
  5. The Historical Development of the Apartheid Local State in South Africa: The Case of Durban | Article
  6. The Group Areas Act and Community Destruction in South Africa - The Struggle for Cato Manor in Durban | Article
  7. The Erosion of Residential Segregation in South Africa: The 'Greying' of Albert Park in Durban | Article
  8. The 1949 Durban ‘Riots' - A case study in Race and Class by E.C. Webster | Online book
  9. Race, Ethnicity and Conflict in the Indian Diaspora | Article
  10. Muslim Portraits:the Anti-Apartheid Struggle by Goolam Vahed, 2012, South Africa | Online book
  11. Introduction | Book chapter
  12. Hamba Khaya - Go Home to Mumbai - Tracing the New Indian Diaspora | Article
  13. Gandhi Sites in Durban by Paul Tichmann | Online book
  14. Chapter 5 - The Indian Tobacco Workers Strike of 1920: A Socio-Historical Investigation by Evangelos A. Mantzaris | Online book
  15. Apartheid, Urban Segregation, and the Local State: Durban and the Group Areas Act in South Africa | Article
  16. 63. Colonisation scheme: the colonial-born Indians respond - From the book "A Documentary History of Indian South Africans" edited by Surendra Bhana and Bridglal Pachai | Book chapter
  17. "The Struggle to be South African": Cultural Politics in Durban, Contesting Indian Identity in the Public Sphere | Theses and Dissertations
  18. Restructuring the Apartheid City - Cato Manor - A Prime Urban Reconstruction Opportunity | Article