Gandhi-Luthuli Documentation Centre
|Explaining how a Carlton towel is made|
|Exploring the foundations of an Islamic identity in a global context : a study of the nature and origins of Cape Muslim identity||
This thesis primarily deals with the nature and origins of Cape Muslim identity.
|EXTRACT FROM JOINT REPORT OF THE ASIATIC LAND TENURE LAWS AMENDMENTS COMMITTEE AND THE LAND TENURE ACT AMENDMENTS COMMITTEE||
The appointment of two Committees (one in respect of the Transvaal and one in respect of Natal) was announced by you in Government Notice No.
|Extract from minutes||
Conciliation Board: Durban Municipal employees Society vs City Council : Grade Period. Rates of Pay and Three Platoon System Fire Station.....
|Extract from Minutes of General Purpose Committee||
The Town Clerk submitted to the meeting copy of letter dated 20th January 1940.......
|Extract from minutes of General Purposes Committee||
Asiatic Penetration: The Town Clerk read to the meeting letters received.....
|Extract from Minutes of the City Council (Meeting held on 21.9.42)||
Th!lt in reply to this enq uity whether any good pl,!rpose would be served by the submissiou, to the Lawrence Committee of the petition received by him in respect of an alleged Indian penetration at 317 Avondale Road, Durban, the Principal Immigration Officer be 'informed that it is the opinion o
|Extract from Minutes of the Durban City Council (Meeting held on 22 December 1941)||
Extract from Minutes of the Durban City Council (Meeting held on 22 December 1941)
|Extract from Minutes of the Lawrence Meeting (Meeting held on 13 July 1942)||
In apologizing for the temporary absence of the Chairman, Councillor Shepstone stated, that he felt it was incumbent upon him to make 'a s.tatement in view of the fact that he had been the instigator of the original resolution which had.
|Extract from the minutes of Geneal Purpose Committee||
The mayor informed the Committee that he had been approached by the Minister of the Interior to permit the Town Clerk's Legal Assistant to proceed......
|Extract from the minutes of the Council||
That the recommendations of the General Purposes Committee contained in Section 5 of the Report (Lot 256, Block AK, Town Lands: Application to Court for deletion of certain restrictive conditions) be and they are hereby adopted. (The Mayor dissenting).
|Extracts from the Broome Commission Report : 1941|
|Extracts from the Minutes of the City Council meeting||
As is already known to the City Council, the Natal Indian Judicial Commission has been appointed by the Union Government with the following terms of reference:
|F N Broome. Esq, K.C., M.C. Chairman - Natal Indian Judicial Commission||
Sir, At a meeting of the Commission held on the 3rd November 1944 the Indian situation as it had then developed was discussed by the Commission.....
|F N Broome: Not the whole truth Indian Penetration. Natal Indian Judicial Commission||
Soon after it was appointed the Government decided to deal with the situation at once without waiting for the Commissions report. The reason for this step was to a great extent the Pegging Act's overseas repressions
|F. Khan - Geography Indian Lecturer - from India||
Lecturer from India
|Factory and Family: lndian Factory Workers in Durban||
Introduction 1 should start by clarifying the theme on which I will speak, namely Indian women's attitudes towards their jobs and their perceptions of how their jobs affect their family lives.
|Facts of Life in South Africa||
Facts of Life in South Africa
Letter to the UNO....
|Facts which must be faced||
Newspaper articles relating to Group Areas Act - Daily News Special Representation
|Family and Friends of HS Done in 1925||
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