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Letters to Sam from Phyllis Naidoo

Letters from Phyllis Naidoo to Sam

Indentured Indian History - 1860

In Natal, the arrival of the Indentured Indian in 1860 marked the beginnings of an organised scheme whereby approximately 152,184 Indians arrived to seek gainful employment in a fledgling sugar industry.

Indenture Conditions (Indian Patriot, April 1909)

Indian Patriot

Girmitya tales : an odyssey

The British settlers’ (c1840s) saw sugar as a viable export commodity but there was a serious shortage of labour. The fate of the colony “hangs on a thread, the thread is labour (Natal Mercury, April 1859).

TURBANS AND TOP HATS Indian Interpreters in the Colony of Natal, 1880-1910

This dissertation is concerned with an historical examination of Indian Interpreters in the British Colony of Natal during the period, 1880 to 1910. These civil servants were intermediaries between the Colonial State and the

Apartheid Laws (1948-1994)

Apartheid Legislation in South Africa
Starting in 1948, the Nationalist Government in South
Africa enacted laws to define and enforce segregation.

Letter to Rita and Cynthia from Phyllis Naidoo

Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to Rita and Cynthia

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

Hofmeyr says Nats misrepresented him
Mr Hofmeyr's message
Forum
"Blackspots" removals: what apartheid is doing to 400 000 people in Natal
Poqo is a product of white racialism
What Transkei Chiefs voted for: serfdom, rightlessness in "white" areas
Liberals will go on fearlessly
Parliamentary opposition: final surrender
Non-racial democracy: the policies of the Liberal Party of South Africa

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