159 years since the arrival of Indentured Indian laborers in SA

This week marks 159 years since the first ship carrying Indentured Indian laborers anchored on the coast of KwaZulu-Natal. The recruits were initially employed to work in sugarcane plantations on three-year contracts in South Africa. This week also commemorates the role of militant Indians who played a significant role in the struggle for liberation in South Africa.

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