11 May-14 August 2011.This exhibition focuses on the representation of the Indian community in South Africa, which was founded by indentured labourers between 1860 and 1917. These Indian workers moved to South Africa to work in the sugar cane fields soon after the abolition of slavery.
On display are the black and white photographs among the others by Ranjith Kally, G. R. Naidoo, J
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The Indian in DRUM Magazine in the 1950s
Iziko South African National Gallery. Government Avenue, Company's Garden, Cape Town, tel. +27 (0)21 464 3281.