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The Indian Views Newspaper : May, June, July 1916

Indian views newspaper during the months May, June, July 1916

The Indian Views Newspaper : March - April 1916

Indian views newspaper during the months March and April 1916

The Indian Views Newspaper : January - February 1916

Indian views newspaper during the months January and February 1916

 

Thompson B The impact of drought pestilence and Cattle Diseases on the Peasantry of Natal (1896 - 1906)

That the environmental and ecological
dimensions of agriculture have not been fully
considered in the past has created some
problems in attempting to assess their
specific role in the period 1896-1906. The
lack of primary and secondary source material

Green Gold or Green Deserts Contestations between the choice of poverty or commercial tree planting by Rural Communities in KwaZulu-Natal Timber paper SAPPI MONDI

This paper summarises the limited conditions of rural poverty which made the communities in
KwaZulu-Natal accept commercial tree-growing schemes as a way to confront the cycle of poverty

Coffee and arrowroot - the quest for a staple agricultural export in the colonial economy of Natal

In essence, this study is an examination
of two white agricultural failures.
lead to this are as follows
The contentions that
( 1) That the nature and future of the coffee and arrowroot
industries was largely determined by the delimiting

Challenges facing informal sector micro-enterprises in Newlands West : the case of female owned home-based dress-making enterprises (Thesis, 2007)

This study seeks to investigate the challenges facing informal sector micro-enterprises in Newlands
West, using the case study of female owned home-based dress making enterprises in the South West

An Investigation into the Influence of certain Variables Affecting the Accident Rate among the Sugar Mill workers on the Natal North Coast

The problem of accidents in industry is by no n:eans a new one, and
t.rie nurrerous studies undertaken by investigators such as Arbous ( 1950)
Adelstein (1951) Hale and Hale (1970) and many others indicate the
importance attached to this phenarenon.

Indian workers and trades unions in Durban, 1930-1950

This study is organised into 6 chapters: A brief outline of each
chapter nO'tlrl follows:
Chapter 1 presents an overview of trades unionism and worker action in
South Africa (c1880-1954). Such an overview is essential in our view to

An analysis of some aspects of employment and unemployment in the African townships of Umlazi and Lamontville : a preliminary investigation. 1985.

This occasional paper is part of a continuing project concerned with tile theme of unemployment, poverty and employment creation in South Africa, with special emphasis on Natal and Durban.

The income and employment structure of Indians in the Durban municipal area

The scope of labour economics is wide, covering such diverse topics
as income distribution, trade unions, unemployment and discrimination.
Much of the current attention devoted to labour economics comes from

Occupational choices of women in South Africa (Thesis, 2000)

The purpose of this study is to determine women's perceptions and choices of different categories of occupations and the reasons for such choices. Since the

A Study of African Domestic Workers in an Indian Township Tongaat (Ghandinagar) [1986].

This research is undertaken in the belief that sociologists and anthropologists in South Africa have a particular obligation to record the injustice and exploitation that surround us and of which we are often a contributing factor.

A historical investigation into the garment industry in Natal with specific reference to the garment workers industrial union [Natal]

The history of the Garment Workers Industrial Union indicates that its strategy is one of negotiation and subordination.

Letter from Miss N M Hargovan to Phyllis Naidoo

Letter from Miss N M Hargovan to Phyllis Naidoo

South African Indian politics and labour 1920-1933

Most earlier studies of South African Indian politics have
often been based on the assunption that, regardless of class
cleavages, there existed e,nong Indians a fundanental unity
of interests. Although these writers often indicated

Industrial relations and the development of trade unions in Natal before 1926

to protect their position from being undercut by semi-skilled black
labour. A form of race conscious craft unionism was, as a result, almost
inevitable in South Africa, and came to be adopted by other labour elites

The Dynamics of lndian Family Firms in Durban

This paper is hascd on a !'hi) thesis. One hundred and
twenty Indian family businesses were chosen from the Indian
central business district in Durhan. The traders were or vnrious
ethnic and cultural origins, namely Hindi, Gujerati, Tamil and

The Lobito Bay Indians (Hons Thesis, 1986)[Railways, free Indians , Labour(Angola)]

In April 1907 some 2 208 ex-indentured Indians left Durban for Lobito
Bay in Angola. The object of their attraction was the Benguela
Railway, work on which had begun in 1903. Although these Indians
were bound, in terms of their contracts, to work in Angola for a

Employment Opportunities for University Trained Indians

The present study does not introduce a new field of research but
reveals important differences in approach and scope from other
manpower surveys that have been carried out in South Africa. It
has been initiated and designed to investigate in detail likely

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