Indians in South Africa
Box13 Documents 1930s
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The Eastern seaboard of Africa has been the happy hunting ground of Indian traders who control the local markets so effectually that to them, it is no exaggeration to say, is due the unemployment, now almost as general amongst the whites in Africa as it is in Europe.Had Indian activities been confined to the less temperate zones, unsuitable for European occupation, Southern Africa might one day have satisfied even those dreamers who foresaw a hive of white industry occupying one vast territory extending from the Cape to the Zambesi.
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