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  1. Rajes Rae Pillay – A comrade with selfless dedication to the struggle … loyal to the very end

Goolam Vahed publications

Articles also available on the Digital Innovation of South Africa website

  1. Changing Islamic Traditions and Emerging Identities in South Africa
  2. A ‘Public Health Nuisance’: The Victoria Street Early Morning Squatters Market, 1910-1934
  3. ‘GIVE TILL IT HURTS’: DURBAN’S INDIANS AND THE FIRST WORLD WAR
  4. Race, Empire, and Citizenship: Sarojini Naidu’s 1924 Visit to South Africa
  5. Chatsworth: The Making of a South African Township.
  6. Control and Repression: The Plight of Indian Hawkers and Flower Sellers in Durban, 1910-1948
  7. SWAMI SHANKERANAND AND THE CONSOLIDATION OF HINDUISM IN NATAL, 1908-1913
  8. Uprooting, Re-rooting: Culture, Religion and Community among Indentured Muslim Migrants in Colonial Natal, 1860–1911
  9. An ‘Imagined Community’ in diaspora: Gujaratis in South Africa
  10. Cricket and corruption: the postapartheid relationship between India and South Africa within and beyond the boundary
  11. A Sufi Saints day in South Africa: The Legend of Badshah Pir

  12. Deconstructing ‘Indianness’: Cricket
    and the articulation of Indian identities in Durban, 1900-32
  13. Multiple communities: Muslims in post-apartheid South Africa
  14. Ahmed Hoosen Deedat (1918-2005)
  15. SOUTH AFRICA
  16. Adaptation and Integration of Indian Migrants in Brisbane, Australia
  17. Post-Apartheid South African Muslim Migration to Brisbane, Australia
  18. Monty … Meets Gandhi … Meets Mandela: The Dilemma of Non violent Resisters in South Africa, 1940-60
  19. Identity and Belonging in post-Apartheid South Africa: The Case of Indian South Africans
  20. “Colours Do Not Mix”: Segregated Classes at the University of Natal, 1936-1959
  21. Chatsworth Between Continuity and Change
  22. ‘POWER AND RESISTANCE: INDENTURED LABOUR IN COLONIAL NATAL, 1860-1911’
  23. Empire’s soldier: Gandhi and Britain’s wars, 1899-1918

  24. The formal education journey of Cassim Dangor, 1963–1985: Reflections on education challenges in apartheid South Africa
  25. After Mandela Met Gandhi: The Past and Future of India-South Africa Relations
  26. The Development Impact of Mosque Location on Land Use in Australia: A Case Study of Masjid al Farooq in Brisbane
  27. A case of ‘strategic ethnicity’? The Natal Indian Congress in the 1970s

  28. Muslim women’s identities in South Africa: A Zanzibari perspective in KwaZulu-Natal
  29. A Discussion with Kai Kresse, Lakshmi Subramanian, Goolam Vahed, Gail M. Presbey, James R. Brennan, and Anne K. Bang
  30. Moon sightings and the quest for Muslim solidarities in twentieth century Natal
  31. ‘Nehru is just another coolie’: India and South Africa at the United Nations, 1946-1955
  32. The Natal Indian Congress, the Mass Democratic Movement and the Struggle to Defeat Apartheid: 1980–1994
  33. Schooling Muslims in Natal: Identity, State and the Orient Islamic Educational Institute

  34. Women and national liberation in South Africa: an oral history perspective
  35. The Guptas, the Public Protector’s Report and Capital Accumulation in South Africa
  36. The Past in the Present: Writing the South African Gandhi

  37. Diaspora, Citizenship and Identity: Migration from Kathor (Gujarat, India) to Durban (Natal, South Africa)
  38. Stuck in the middle? Indians in South Africa’s fading rainbow
  39. Indentured Labour Migration and the Making of an Indian Diaspora in South Africa, 1860-1911
  40. The South African Gandhi: Stretcher Bearer of Empire
  41. A History of the Present: A Biography of Indian South Africans, 1990–2019

  42. The contagious power of words: Muslim South Africans during the pandemic
  43. Shifting Grounds: A.I. Kajee and the Political Quandary of ‘Moderates’ in the Search for an Islamic School Site in Durban, 1943–1948