Weekend Argus Saturday

The life and times of Ivan Pillay

THOUGH the community and family in the Indian township of Merebank, 20km from Durban, was warm and loving, it was also crowded and suffocating. It was where Indians had to be, away from the majority of South Africans, little pegs to fit in apartheid holes, buffers between white oppression and black rage.

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