The Indian in Drum Magazine in the 1950's
By: Riason Naidoo (author)Paperback
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Jazz King Pumpy Naidoo, Sheriff Khan, Te Salots, Amaranee Naidoo, these names, though unfamiliar to most, represent the rich and colourful heritage of the Indian in South Africa. Prominent and sometimes notorious in the 50's they graced the pages of Drum magazine which followed their exploits alongside Miriam Makeba, Hugh Masekela and the other now legendary names from the Drum era. Until recently however, the Indian influence of this era in South African culture and history would be relegated into the archives.
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