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A full of life choice of essays on all facets of African lifestyles within the urban of Durban throughout the 20th century, together with every thing from crowds and violence to beer brewing, rickshaw pulling, and black renowned tune. Case histories of 3 specific African destinations supplement extra common experiences of employees and exchange union association, and political background. a wonderful photographic essay of ancient Durban is integrated.

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