This resource contains lists of Indian indentured laborers. To access the lists, click on the "Indians in SA" tab on left side of webpage. Then click the "Find your ROOTS/Ancestry" link (third on the list).
To search this database, enter a keyword in the the "Any Field" box of the Advanced Keyword Search page, and then select one of the following locations from the "Location" drop-down menu (to browse the collection, input an asterisk in the search box):
This is one of several resources available to SMU students, faculty, and staff through CAMP, the Cooperative Africana Materials Project. The link here will take you to the catalog record for Drum. Click on the "Center for Research Libraries" link in the "Available online" box in order to be able to access the PDFs themselves.
The Rand Daily Mail, published daily in Johannesburg, is an important title that pioneered popular journalism in South Africa. It is renowned today for being the first newspaper to openly oppose apartheid and contribute to its downfall.
This is a collection of oral histories. You can both listen to the interviews and read transcripts of them (but please keep in mind that some of the recordings may be less audible than others). You can also click on the link to the "Finding Aid" at the top of the web page in order to learn more about how this collection was created.