|Know the facts information about SAs extra parliamentary groups|
|Gandhi, Luthuli, King, Mandela "A legacy for the future" Exhibition|
|INDIA-SOUTH AFRICA: A Decade of Partnership|
|HANDBOOK FOR ADMINISTRATION OFFICER - Durban Metro and Substructure Elections|
|Know Your National Holidays: A guide to South Africa's new national holidays||
The pass laws restricted the movement of Africans and their access to towns.
|Democracy Watch - No. 4 1998||
A PUBLICATION OF THE DEMOCRACY FOR ALL PROGRAMME
|The Romantic story of Diamonds||
|Lenasia Yuvuk Mandal 25th Year Celebration, 1969-1994||
Salutations to one and all, Welcome to the LENASIA YUVAK MANDAUS NEWSLETTER 1994 with a New Look . . .
|Bharatha Natyam Arangetram of Kumari Janani Naidoo||
|Bharata Natyam Araiigetram of KUMARI KRPAVATI||
Bharata Natyam Arangetrum
|Bharathanatyam Arangetrum of Kumari Jeenesha Naidoo||
|Routes to democracy in the new South Africa: Some comments on CODESA's task|
|Dance and Music|
|YMCA: South Africa|
|Aid to India||
For the past .ten years, January 26th has been observed in India as Independence Day. The great majority of the people of India long for the day when' their land will be completely independent of foreign control.
|Indentured Indians. A Brief History(1860-1910)||
White farmers needed labour on sugar farms.
Natal sugar farmer JAMES SAUNQERS, who had previously owned sugar plantations in MAURITIUS on which he employed Indian labour; strongly motivated for Indian labour to be imported into Natal.
|United Nations 50th Anniversary Multicultural Celebration||
United Nations 50th Anniversary Multicultural Celebration
The Province of KwaZulu-Natal fully supports the celebration of the United Nations Fiftieth Anniversary. The Province supports the body's peace effort.....
|What the United Nations is Doing||
What the United Nations is Doing
|Basic Facts about the United Nations||
Basic Facts about the United Nations
the United Nations Charter expresses the ideals and the common aims of all the peoples whose governments joined together to form the United Nations. It says:......
|A note on the Indo-European situation in Natal||
It is perhaps as well for us to remind ourselves sometimes that South Africa has no mono~oly of problems. The spotlight of world opinion has recently picked out the Natal Indians from among the vast crowd of principals and supers on the world stage, as set at UN.