D Bagwandeen collection
|Indian Penetration Commission Annexure to Memorandum: Schedule of Sellers of Properties referred to in schedule A||
Schedule of Sellers of Properties referred to in schedule A.
|Indian Penetration Commission|
|Indian Penetration : Memorandum by E R Browne|
On 6th November 1942 the Council appointed a deputation consisting of His Worship....
|Indian Opinion Souvenir of the South African Indian Congress||
South African Indian Congress
|India and South Africa Press cuttings||
Newspaper cuttings on India and SA relations
|Hofmeyr Papers 1935 to 1948 - General Correspondence||
Hofmeyr Papers 1935 to 1948 Box A1/Aa
|Graph of Total rateable Value for properties acquired by Indians From 1927 to 1942|
|General Purpose Committee - Draft Occupation Control Ordinance||
That an urgent request be made for a deputation from the Durban City Council to be accorded...
|Further Memorandum submitted to the Natal Indian Judicial Commission by the Natal University Students Union||
In our earlier memorandum we dealt we dealt as thoroughly as available material permitted us to do with matters intimately connected with our existence and activities...
|From India to Natal - Parts I, II, III Trek|
|Freedom - New Series Vol 1 No 8 Special 194 Conference Issue||
|First Quarterly meeting of Executive Committee : 1939 - 1940||
Establishment of the Native(Rural) reserves in relation to the Locality of the urban areas......
|First Memorandum and Schedules and Final statements and Schedules of the Natal Indian Congress submitted to The Hon. Justice F N Broome, K.C., M.C.,|
|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 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.....
|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: