Gandhi-Luthuli Documentation Centre

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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.

A brief biography of my maternal grandfather Mr Rangasamy Pillay who was a professional sienne netter for approximately sixty years

Indians have been. engaged in the fishing industry of Durban from about 1865 - 1870. The base of their operations was originally from Salisbury Island , situated in Durban Bay, but the. date of their initial settlement on the Island is uncertain.

Role of the Indian in Natal's economy

Indentured Indian labour was first imported by sugar planters in the second half of the nineteenth century. On the expiration of their indentures ,

Special Letter to M.D. Naidoo from Phyllis Naidoo - 01/02/1970

Special letter to M.D. Naidoo from Phyllis Naidoo

Letter to Rose and Octavia from Phyllis Naidoo

Phyllis writes to Rose and Octavia

Letter to a doctor at St Aidans hospital from Phyllis Naidoo

Phyllis writes to doctor from St Aidans Hospital

Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to Mrs Lee

Phyllis Naidoo's letter to Mrs Lee

Letters from Phyllis Naidoo to Phewa

Letters from Phyllis Naidoo to Phewa

Letter to Jhetam $ Co from Phyllis Naidoo

Letter to Jhetam $ Co from Phyllis Naidoo

Letter to Mr Parasuramen form Phyllis Naidoo

Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to Mr Parasuramen

Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to Errol

Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to Errol

Letter to Sheila Weinberg from Phyllis Naidoo

Letter to Sheila Weinberg from Phyllis Naidoo

A Brief history of the Glendale Sugar Mill

This project outlines the progress of the mill from 1880 to the present day. It also discusses the history of transport at Glendale, ite farmers, workers an4 future as a sugar industry.

The Dynamics of lndian Family Firms in Durban

The author argues that there is a relationship between the joint family and economic (business) development and that contrary to the general belief that the joint (or extended) family is an inhibition to development, it has been in Durban a positive element.

Assessment of the role of Indian women in South African family-owned businesses

The objective of this report was to gain a better understanding of the role of Indian women in South African Indian family-owned businesses. Thirty, semi-structured, in-depth interviews were conducted.

Critical success factors of successful Indian entrepreneurs in the Tshwane metropolitan area

This work seeks to explore the critical success factors that influence the success of Indian small business owners in the Tshwane area.

The Indian in Natal : is he a victim of Oppression ? [Professions, commerce]

The "Asiatic Land Tenure and Indian Representation Act, 1946," after full discussion, passed both Houses of the South African Parliament and was placed on the Statute Book of the Union.......

Letters to Russel Maphanga from Phyllis Naidoo

Letters to Russel Maphanga from Phyllis Naidoo

Letters of Gertie, Pops and Phyllis Naidoo

Letters between Phyllis Naidoo, Gertie and Paps

Letters to Bill from Phyllis Naidoo

Letters to Bill from Phyllis Naidoo

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