|The Chairman and Members of the Indian Colonization Enquiry Committee||
Government of India, Indian Delegation, Indian Indenture Labour, Housing, Education, Indian Immigration, Relief Act, employment, Trade Industry
|The Chairman and members of the Judicial Commission appointment to enquire into the Durban riots(1949)||
To promote and advance the cause of the IndJ.an people resident in the Province of Natal, to improve their condition and status politically,economically and socially, to guard against any encroachment upon existing rights and privileges, to work for and foster peace, goodwill and cooperation as f
|The Chaka controversy: New light on the role of Missionaries|
|The changing face of Theatre in the Indian community of Durban : an overview from the 1910’s to 1985||
What I propose to do in this essay is to succintly focus on the changing face of theatre in the Indian Community in Durban. The essay will look at the role of the Sabha and its attempts to propagate and preserve Hindu culture and therefore its influence on Indian theatre.
|THE CHANGING PATTERN OF INDIAN FAMILY LIFE AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR THE AGED||
South African Indian life beginning towards the latter half of the nineteenth century on the basis of the indentured male worker,had become strongly family centred at the beginning of the twentieth century....
|The Changing role of Indian women in South Africa||
THE POSITION OF INDIAN WOMEN AT THE TIME OF THEIR ARRIVAL IN SOUTH AFRICA
|The Chattering Wagtails of Mikuyu Prison|
|The Church of Norway and the Struggle against Apartheid||
As part of the national celebrations to mark the decade of freedom, the Documentation Centre and the Campbell Collections of the University of KwaZulu-Natal will jointly host a conference of the International Anti-Apartheid Movement over three days in Durban from 10 - 13 October, 2004. The confe
|THE COLONIAL BORN AND SETTLERS INDIAN ASSOCIATION||
Indians born in this country and those who.....
|The Compass: Instrument of Thy Peace - Meditations|
|The Contribution of the Indians to the South African Economy 1860 to 1970||
In the one hundred and twenty years since 1860 when the first members of the Indian community arrived in South Africa, the economy has developed from a poor, agriculturally based system to a highly sophisticated structure built largely on the mining and manufacturing sectors. .
|The Coolie Question||
The Collie Question has been undergoing some energetic discussion on the Coast. An important meeting was held in Durban a fortnight ago at which the principle speaker was Mr ... a clear headed member of the Legislative Council and one largely interested in coast industries
|The Coolies are Here||
The past week will long be memorable amongst Anglo Natalians. At last, after the discussion of years and the extinction of hopes innumerable" the planters.'" pet project ,. has been realized. There has been so much said in certain.
|The Creation of South African Indian Identity in Natal in Relation to Hinduism||
Perhaps one of the most pervasive ways in which Indians or people of Indian descent are identified is in terms of religion.
|The Cruse Letters|
|The Dadoo Xuma Naicker Pact 9 March 1947 Doctors Pact||
In 1943, a conference of the South African Indian Congress resolved to explore ways of achieving co-operation with the African National Congress. However, it was not until Dr. Monty Naicker gained control of the
|The Dead end of African Literature|
|The Decline of Stevedoring Labour in Durban: 1959-1990||
The movement of commodities around the world has been a crucial way in which
|The Deputation from the Natal Indian Congress||
Waited on the Prime Minister in his room. The Prime Minister received the Deputation at 11am. There were present beside the Prime Minister: Senator C F Clarkson, Minister of .......
|The development of the Indian Indenture Labour problem in South Africa||
The indentured labour system arose to meet with the objective demands of a certain section of plantation owners resulting from the abolition of slavery. 'The very existing ascendant capitalism demanded a free labour supply and a maximum reserve of labour.