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The Indian Problem in South Africa

Of the many intricate problem awaiting solution by the Parliament of the Union of South Africa there is none which presents such involved difficulties established in certain parts of this country.....

The Indian Question

Submits for public information the following Declarations. Statements....Question in the Union. and more particularly in Natal....

The Indian Question in Natal. Memorandum by the Secretary

Consideration is to be given at the April Quarterly meeting of the Natal Municipal Association......

The Indian Question in South Africa and the Round Table Conference

The Round Table Conference held at Cape Town in December and January last to consider what is commonly termed the Indian question in South Africa, with a view to arriving.

THE INDIAN QUESTION REPATRIATION

THE INDIAN QUESTION REPATRIATION

The Indian Question: Repatriation

Councillor A.L. Barns, on his return from New York, where he had attended the recent meeting of the General Assembly of the United Nations as an onlooker of the Natal Municipal Association, addressed a meeting of the Durban Joint Wards Committee on the 3rd Januaryl 1947......

The Indian South African

The Indian population of South Africa owes its presence in the country to the labour problem experienced by pioneer farmers who established sugar plantations in the British colony of Natal during the 19th century.

The Indian South African 1975

The Indian population of South Africa owes its presence in the country to the labour problem experienced by pioneer farmers who established sugar plantations in the British colony of Natal during the 19th century.

The Indian stand is right

Newspaper Article in Leader

The Indian Trader

The Indian trader made his appearance shortly after the arrival ofthe Indentured Indian. This pattern is evident wherever the Indentured Indian set foot, be it Mauritius, Trinidad, British Guiana or any of the British colonies.

The Indian Trader

The Indian trader made his appearance shortly after the arrival of the Indentured Indian. This pattern is evident wherever the Indentured Indian set foot, be it Mauritius, Trinidad, British Guiana or any of the British colonies.

The Indian Views Newspaper - January - February 1915

The Indian Views

January February 1915

The Indian Views Newspaper - January - February 1917

Indian views newspaper during the months January, February 1917

The Indian Views Newspaper - Jul, Aug, Sept - 1914

The Indians Views - July, August and September 1914

The Indian Views Newspaper - March, April 1915

Indian Views newspaper

March and April 1915

The Indian Views Newspaper - Oct,Nov,Dec 1914

The Indian Views Newspaper collection during Oct, Nov and Dec 1914

The Indian Views Newspaper : April - June 1920

Indian views newspaper during the months April - June 1920

The Indian Views Newspaper : April - May 1921

Indian views newspaper during the months April - May 1921

The Indian Views Newspaper : August 1922 till December 1922

Indian Views Newspaper August till December 1922

The Indian Views Newspaper : August, September, October 1916

Indian views newspaper during the months August, September, October 1916

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