The Indian in South Africa - Pamphlet Collection
Box21 Durban City Council and Indian penetration 1939 to 1949 - DOC 1 - 21
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The first important fact is that only in recent times has the Indian community come to be regarded as a permanent part of the population of the Union. Prior to 1927 the Indian in South Africa was looked upon as an alien a sojourner in the land, and not destined to remain there. The Cape Town Agreement of that year was primarily intended to ensure the repatriation of as many Indians as possible, and to leave only a small number who would adopt European standards of civilization and become part of the permanent population. With the help of the Government of India....
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