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Indian Business in South Africa after Apartheid: New and Old Trajectories

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  26 December 2000

Keith Hart
Affiliation:
Arkleton Centre for Rural Development Research, University of Aberdeen
Vishnu Padayachee
Affiliation:
School of Development Studies, University of Natal, Durban

Extract

We consider here what has happened to one segment of South African capital since the demise of apartheid, of the Indian businessmen of KwaZulu Natal, and especially of its principal port city, Durban. During the long nightmare of apartheid, South Africa's Indians, a small minority constituting only three percent of the national population, suffered many restrictions on their development.

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Capitalist Transformations
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Copyright © Society for Comparative Study of Society and History 2000

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