Gandhi and ANC: Lecture by visiting author

2012-02-23 00:00

THE relationship between Mahatma Gandhi and the founders of the ANC is the subject of a public lecture to be delivered in Pietermaritzburg next Tuesday by an author from ­India.

Advocate Anil Kumar Nauriya’s lecture is based on a book he has written, The African Element in Gandhi.

The lecture has been organised by the Pietermaritzburg Gandhi Memorial Committee. It will be at 7 pm in the KZN Museum Auditorium in Jabu Ndlovu Street.

Nauriya is the guest of the Gandhi Development Trust in Durban. He will present the annual Mahatma Gandhi Media Lecture on March 1 and a lecture at the Durban City Hall at 6 pm the same day. — WR.

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