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Underhill letters: war years 24 September 1939 to 6 May 1945
Underhill letters: Under fusion 24 February 1935 to 13 August 1939
Underhill letters: 1928-1931
UN food scheme confident of securing African Aid

UN food scheme confident of securing African Aid

Johannesburg -The UN World Food Programme is confident of securing more than a million tons of aid for southern Africa despite donors' political concerns over the region, the programme said yesterday.....

UN AT 50

India Digest. High Commission of India

Umzumbi Malaria Committee

It is represented to the committee that there were eight acquisitions of farms by Indians....

Umlando wabaMbo baseHopewell

Umlando wabaMbo baseHopewell= History of the eMbo-Mkhize people of Hopewell, eMfeni Royal House. This section of the eMbo people migrated together with other eMbo families in 1832 to Natal from KwaZulu, Nkandla area after the assassination of King Zihlandlo Mkhize in 1832.

Umhlali Malaria Committee

Group Areas

Umgeni malaria committee and Albert falls farmers association

Umgeni malaria committee and Albert falls farmers association

Uknown
U.S. critics acclaim new S.A. novel
Typescript of the first five chapters of Kontakion For You Departed
Two letters to Phyllis Naidoo from Fio in London

Two letters to Phyllis Naidoo from Fio in London

Twilight of Education
Twentieth Annual report Indian Immigration Trust Board of Natal

Twentieth Annual report Indian Immigration Trust Board of Natal

Twelefth Annual Report of the Indian Immigration Trust Board of Natal

Twelfth Annual Report of the Indian Immigration Trust Board of Natal - July 1st 1893 to June 30th 1894

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.

Tribute to the Late Rt.Hon. Jan Hendrik Hofmeyr
Trial of : Laurence Gandar (Editor) and Benjamin Pogrund (Reporter) - File 4 - 1969

Trial, Laurence Gandar (Editor), Benjamin Pogrund (Reporter)

Treatment of Indians in the Union of South Africa

United Nations General Assembly

Treatment of Indians in the Union of South Africa

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