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Negotiating the boundary : the response of Kwa Mashu Zionists to a volatile political climate.
Previous studies have demonstrated that Zulu Zionists remained peace-loving and politically quiescent in times of racial segregation and political injustice. Since then the political situation in South Africa has shifted ...
The Pietermaritzburg Community Arts Project : using culture as a weapon for self-empowerment and mobilisation.
This thesis documents and presents a critical study of an adversary tradition of culture in South Africa. Through a detailed study of the Pietermaritzburq Community Arts Project, analysing cultural activities developed in ...
Principles for museum documentation.
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Mariannhill Mission and African education, 1882-1915.
In 1880 a group of 31 Trappist monks arrived in South Africa for the first time. Two years later they founded the now famous Mariannhill mission in the vicinity of Pinetown, west of Durban. The purpose of this thesis ...
Society, economy and criminal activity in colonial Natal, 1860-1893.
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Manifestations of social closure in integrating state secondary schools.
This study considers the manifestations of social closure attitudes by pupils in the open white and Indian state secondary schools in the Durban and greater Durban areas. This study is contextualised with reference to the ...
Youth in urban African townships, 1945-1992 : a case study of the East London townships.
In this study an attempt is made to trace and analyse the changing nature of African youth in urban areas, with particular reference to the East London locations. The period covered is the period from the 1940s to the end ...