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Maidstone Shree Emperumal Temple Committee

Maidstone Shree Emperumal Temple Committee

Major factors contributing to the sustainable profitability of South African Indian family businesses

Indians arrived in South Africa since 1860 predominantly as indentured labourers. Despite over a century of pointed hostility towards Indian entrepreneurs, they managed to endure hardship and thrive. Today they run some of the most successful family businesses in South Africa.

MAKING LOW-COST HOUSING PROJECTS MORE ACCESSIBLE FOR PUBLIC TRANSPORT IN ETHEKWINI: WHAT ARE THE COSTS?

It has long been acknowledged and recognised that land use and transport impact on each other in a direct way, and that planning needs to be integrated to ensure sustainable and efficient development.

Making poverty research political Student "Wages Commissions " in Durban 1971-3

Over the course of the 1970s, social science measures of a family’s minimum
needs ceased being the limited concern of a few academics and started to become
instruments of liberation. Since Edward Batson’s extensive Social Survey of Cape Town

Making the Personal Civil: The Protector’s Office and the Administration of Indian Personal Law in Colonial Natal, 1872 – 1907

The arguments presented in this paper analyze the administrative contestations around Indian ‘personal law ’in the Colony of Natal from the establishment of the Coolie Commission of Inquiry in 1872 to the promulgation of the Indian Marriages Act in 1907.2 To date, very little attention has focuse

Managing South African transformation: the story of cricket in KwaZulu-Natal, 1994–2004

Sport has historically been an important element of South African popular culture, even though it was divided along racial lines for much of the country's history. In post-apartheid South Africa, sport is seen by politicians, sports officials and many ordinary people as a …

Map showing all the areas for various race groups in Durban

Group Areas Map

Marburg Health Committee

Group Areas, Health

Mary Stainbank, Modernism and the ‘Spirit of Africa’

The intention in this paper is to investigate, through specific examples of
sculptures by the Durban born Mary Agnes Stainbank (1899-1996), the
relationship between an indigenous South African iconography, and a Europeanbased

Mary Stainbank, Modernism and the ‘Spirit of Africa’.

This research critically examines, from a post-colonial perspective, the representation of the indigenous personage by the Natal-born sculptor Mary Agnes Stainbank ( 1899-1996).

Masculinities and multiple-sexual-partners in KwaZulu-Natal: The Making and Unmaking of Isoka

This paper examines one dominant element of masculinities worldwide – the high value placed on men’s “success” with women.

Maseru Massacre

Maseru Massacre

Meat dish

Carved from a light wood with a handle on the side and black pattern.

Memo

This memo concerns the unfortunate result of Poor communications, Names have been conveyed verbally where necessary......

Memo dated 16th October 1980

Memo - Phyllis Naidoo

Memorandum of Natal Indian organisation

To members of United nations on the Treatment of Indians in South Africa

Memorandum on the Nature and effects of Racial Discrimination in South Africa

Memorandum submitted to the United Nations Commission

Memorandum on the transport situation in Lenasia

Memorandum on the transport situation in Lenasia

MEMORANDUM PRESENTED BY THE CENTRAL DURBAN PROPERTY PROTECTION COMMITTEE

ENQUIRY UNDER THE GROUP AREAS ACT NO.77 OF 1957,AS AMENDED,IN REGARD TO AN AREA IN THE CITY OF DURBAN. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE GROUP AREAS BOARD WILL ENQUIRE INTO THE DESIRABILITY OR OTHERWISE OF Proclaiming IN TERMS OF SECTION 20 OF THE.....

Memorandum Submitted by the Natal Indian Association

Memorandum Submitted by the Natal Indian Association with which are amalgamated the Natl Indian Congress and the Colonial Born and Settlers Indian Association.

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