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Transvaal Indian Congress (TIC)

The TIC (Transvaal Indian congress) was first called the TBIA (Transvaal British Indian Association) which was founded in 1903. The organization was later named the TIC when India was no longer under British control.

Letters to Vas, Jay, Asheka and Jaya from Phyllis Naidoo

Letters from Phyllis Naidoo to Jay, Vas, Asheka and Jaya

Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to Maggie, Harold, Suzie and Jo

Letter to Maggie, Harold, Suzie and Jo from Phyllis Naidoo

Letter to Judith from Phyllis Naidoo

Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to Judith

Letter to Jerry and Nomalisa have Phyylis Naidoo

Letter to Jerry and Nomalisa congratulating them on the birth of their baby boy

Letters to Elred from Phyllis Naidoo

Letters from Phyllis Naidoo to Elred

Sports and the liberation struggle : a tribute to Sam Ramsamy and others who fought apartheid sport

In South Africa, as nowhere else, sports boycott made a great contribution to liberation. The Indian community can be proud that Indian sportspersons and administrators were in the vanguard of this front of the anti-apartheid struggle.

Natal Indian Congress (NIC)

The NIC (Natal Indian Congress) was the first of the Indian Congresses to be formed. It was established in 1894 by Mahatma Gandhi to fight discrimination against Indian traders in Natal.

Indian South Africans (1977)

All black South Africans are denied the rieht to share a
common wnety, to be part of a South ~i;lcan natlon
People from d~versen atlons uf Europe are considered able
to &me together and make ah~mo~e~ousnationunthdee r

Smuts and the Ghetto Act of 1946 the Coup de Grace of anti-Indian legislation

The-.lmmi,rants' Regulations A.ct of 1913 had prevented the diaspora <>f
Indians to other provmces oNlouth' Africa!Comcquetttly the rrtajorfty o.f
Indians were compelled to remain in Natal with ttie g~test concentration

Background to Indian South African

The history of Indian South Africans begin as early as 1652 with the arrival of Muslim exiles at the Cape under the Dutch East India Company Rule.

Letter to Mrs Cowley from Phyllis Naidoo

Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to Mrs Cowley

Letter to Cecilia from Phyllis Naidoo

Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to Cecilia

Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to Alan Paton - Maseru

Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to Alan Paton

Letter to Mr Willem Baars from Phyylis Naidoo

Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to Willem Baars

Letters of Suzanne and Phyllis Naidoo

Letters of Suzanne and Phyllis Naidoo

Letter from Sukhthi to Time and Aunty Surie

Letter from Sukhthi to Tim and Aunty Surie

Letter from C P Sarvan to Phyllis Naidoo

Letter from C P Sarvan to Phyllis Naidoo

Passive Resistance in Natal 1946-48

Natal Indian Congress (N.I.C.), after a prolonged struggle, in October 1945.

A preliminary study of the first decade of The Leader with particular reference to its stance on the Passive Resistance Campaign of 1946

In November 1991 The Leader newspaper celebrated its 50th anniversary.

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