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Gandhi in South Africa 1893-1914

MOHANDAS KARAMCHAND GANDHI, who was born at Porbandar (Sudamapuri) in India on 2 October 1869, qualified as a barrister in England· in 1891. Two years later his professional services were engaged by Abdul Karim Jhaveri, a Durban trader, in a £40,000 lawsuit against a rival firm in Pretoria.

Sugar. The origin and development of a primary industry
Affirmative action and Black advancement in business

One person's dream of advancement is another person's nightmare. What follows is an attempt to....

Redefining Merit

Monograph No. 2: Redefining Merit explodes as myth the common understanding that a person's merit for a particular job is based on a neutral assessment of their ability to perform the work.......


Regional Restructuring Under Apartheid: Urban and regional policies in contemporary South Africa
The Independent Trade Unions 1974-1984: Ten Years of the South African Labour Bulletin
Joining The ANC
Negotiating the Past: The Making of Memory in South Africa
Gatsha Buthelezi; chief with a double agenda, written by Mzala Nxumalo

Gatsha Buthelezi; chief with a double agenda, written by Mzala Nxumalo

Gandhi Letters: From Upper House to Lower House, 1906-1914

Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi was born in a little town called Porbandar inthe Province of Gujerat . His father was a highly placed state offical. He
studied law in Britain and acquired an aristocratic way of life.

South Africa's stepchildren : a study of miscegenation


John L. Dube and the Politics of Segregated Education in South Africa
Freedom for my people: The autobiography of ZK Matthews, southern Africa 1901 to 1968

Chapter 7 - Political Activity.· 1940-53

Chapter 9 - Political Activity: 1953-51

Chapter 10 - Fort Hare: Acting Principal: Trial for Treason: Expropriation

Food Authority and Politics - Student Rights in South Africa: 1945-1976
Education for you Servitude

Chapter from book titled - Naught for your comfort

Children of Soweto
A destruction coming in: Bantu education as response to social crisis
A Decisive Clash?: A Short History of Black Protest Politics in South Africa, 1875-1976

The campaigns against the Bantu Education Ad and the Western Areas Removal Scheme were generally overshadowed by a far more significant event,




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