during my father's time this thing wasn’t thought of at all. I mean we were very close, I mean the Africans and Indians were very close, worked together without any problems.
DS:Okay, coming back to the questions your father’s death would you like to tell us about it, where were you when that happened?
KN:Which way was I what?
DS:In 1978, during your father’s death when he died?
KN:Oh no, I was here.
DS:You were here?
KN:I was working here. I was working in Durban.
DS:So what does the impact of his death on the NIC. I believe he was still involved in politics?
KN:Ja he was still involved in it, but they still carried on I mean it was I’m sure it did impact on them, but they had other leaders also. But they weren’t very active, I think, towards the end there. They tried to revive it a few times but…
DS:Can I pause?
DS:Okay I know I took you by surprise asking you about that question, I just asked but I just want to take you a little bit back and tell us about your father himself, how was he like socially, besides being politically involved you know, at home and all that?