Kabir Abdulkareem visited the Alan Paton Center and Struggle Archives on 10 – 11 August 2017 towards his doctoral research. He is a PhD candidate at the department of History, Howard college campus, University of KwaZulu-Natal, Durban, South Africa. Kabir is a passionate and independent researcher. His area of academic interest includes African and Social History, Refugee and Gender Studies. His PhD research focuses on the roles of African Women in the Liberation Movement, a comparative study of Nigerian and South African Women. Kabir received Archival Research training at Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars in the USA under the Summer Institute on Conducting Archival Research sponsored by the History and Public Policy Program of the Wilson Center and the George Washington University. On his current research, he has visited the following repositories both in Nigeria and South Africa, such as National Archives of Ibadan and Enugu, Nigeria. In South Africa; Killie Campbell Africana Library and Archives, Durban Archives Repository, Gandhi Luthuli Documentation Center, Westville Campus at the University of KwaZulu-Natal and Pretoria National Archives. Owing to the rich collections of the APC Archives plans to revisit the Alan Paton Archives and in the future visits the Public Records Office at the National Archives London, and School of Oriental and African Studies United Kingdom.