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|INDIAN IMMIGRATION TRUST BOARD OF NATAL 1875-1896||
INDIAN IMMIGRATION TRUST BOARD OF NATAL 1875-1896
|Indian Indenture Documents||
One of the earliest first hand accounts of the labourers was furnished in 1863 by the German traveller, Fritsch. He notes that they "far surpassed the .African tribes in skill and adaptability.
|Indian Indenture Legislation (1849-1950)||
SEGREGATION AND APARTHEID LAWS AS APPLIED TO INDIANS
|INDIAN INDENTURE: SPEAKING ACROSS THE OCEANS||
This paper argues that research on Indian indentured labour needs to move beyond the conceptual limitations imposed by the neo-slavery / Tinkerian paradigm, which has focused excessively on the extent to which the indentured experience was (or was not) little more than “a new system of slavery”
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Indian information service.
|Indian Life and Labour in Natal||
Shelley. In dite course, he became a successful teacher who also gave lectures inaccounting, commerce and mercantile law at the Indian Technical Institute in Durban. His academic distinctions included a teacher's certificate, a Diploma in Commerce and two …
Hawkers in the Indian market
|Indian merchants and Dukawallahs in the Natal Economy c 1875 – 1914||
In the early years of the last quarter of the nineteenth century, Natal provided an ideal environment in which Indian merchants could flourish.
|INDIAN MUSLIM RESPONSES TO ISLAMOPHOBIA IN AUSTRALIAN CITIES: CONFLICTS OVER MOSQUES||
There has been increased tension in Australian cities over the past decade over plans to construct mosques in a context where Islam appear to be less accepted as a component of Australian religious and cultural society at a time when the Muslim population has increased as a result of migration fr
|Indian Muslims in South Africa's History:Continuity and Change||
The majority of Indian Muslims arrived in Natal between 1860 and 1911 as contract indentured workers or pioneer traders. Indentured migration lasted between 1860 and 1911, by which time 152,641 Indians had come to Natal.
|Indian Muslims in South Africa: continuity, change and disjuncture, 1860-2000||
Islam is a minority religion in South Africa. According to the 1996 census there were 553,585 Muslims out of a total population of forty million. Indian Muslims make up one of the two largest sub-groups, the other being 'Malay' .
|Indian Opinion No. 14-17 Vol. 38 Friday, 5th - 26th April 1940||
Indian Opinion No. 14-17 Vol. 38 Friday, 5th - 26th April 1940
|Indian Opinion No. 18-22 Vol. 38 Friday, 3rd - 31st May 1940||
Indian Opinion No. 18-22 Vol. 38 Friday, 3rd - 31st May 1940
|Indian Opinion No. 23-26 Vol. 38 Friday, 7th - 28th June 1940||
Indian Opinion No. 23-26 Vol. 38 Friday, 7th - 28th June 1940
|Indian Opinion No. 27-30 Vol. 38 Friday, 5th - 26th July 1940||
Indian Opinion No. 27-30 Vol. 38 Friday, 5th - 26th July 1940
|Indian Opinion No. 27-30 Vol. 39 Friday, 4th - 25th July 1941||
Indian Opinion No. 27-30 Vol. 39 Friday, 4th - 25th July 1941
|Indian Opinion No. 31-35 Vol. 38 Friday, 2nd - 30th Aug 1940||
Indian Opinion No. 31-35 Vol. 38 Friday, 2nd - 30th Aug 1940
|Indian Opinion No. 31-35 Vol. 39 Friday, 1st - 29th August 1941||
Indian Opinion No. 31-35 Vol. 39 Friday, 1st - 29th August 1941