|Executive Committee and Indian Penetration meetings||
The Presidemt now directs that all Towns be circularised with a brief resume of the action since taken on the Association's behalf.....
|Delegates of the Government of India||
Honourable Khan Bahadur Mian Fazl-i-Husain, K.C.I.E. Member of the Governors-General's Executive Council........
|Correspondance bet.Govt of India and Govt of Union of SA on Class Areas bill,Paddisson deputation and the cape Townconf.1925/1927||
Telegram from the Secretary to the Government of India, Department of Education, Health and Land, Delhi to the Governor General of the Union of South Africa.....
|Copy ot the Class Areas Bill||
From the above statistical statements it will be seen that while the European population of Natal has increased since 1911 to 40% the Asiatic population has only increased by 0.5%.....
|Areas Reservation and Immigration and Registration (Further Provision) Bill, 1925.||
Commerce, Immigrants regulations, Mr Gandhi, Asiatics, Areas Reservation
|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.....
|Correspondence between the government of India and the government of the Union of South Africa regarding the position of Indians in South Africa||
We have the honour to address you regarding position of Indian community in South Africa. During last four years it bas frequently formed subject of representations on our part both in its general aspect and with reference to particular measures such Durban and Natal Land....
|A Century of Indian Achievement in S.A.||
Newspaper articles on "A Century of Indian Achievement in S.A".
|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.
|Memorandum to the Town Clerk||
Memorandum to the Town Clerk
re: Lawrence Committee : Letter from the Principal Immigration Officer.
I have considered the letter from the Principal Immigartion Officer of the 28th ultimo
|Indians in the Union of South Africa||
Indians in the Union of South Africa
|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.....
|Addendum to the Memorandum on the Position of Indians in the Union of South Africa||
Documents Constituting the Pretoria Agreement of 1944
|Statement from Mrs Pandit. Address before Joint Committee 1 and 6||
Statement from Mrs Pandit.
Address before Joint Committee 1 and 6
|Further Memorandum by the Government of the Union of South Africa on the subject of Indian Legislation||
Further Memorandum by the Government of the Union of South Africa on the subject of Indian Legislation....
In document A/167 certain General aspects relating to the legislation of the Union of South Africa affecting Indians, have been referred to.....
|Speech by Mr G Heaton Nicholas||
Speech by Mr G Heaton Nicholas(Union of South Africa) before the Joint 1st and 6th Committee)
|Speech by Mr G Heaton Nicholas||
Speech by Mr G Heaton Nicholas
Before the Sixth Committee United Nations General Assembly
|Articles from the farmer A.D. Home Companion||
Articles from the farmer A.D. Home Companion
|Memorandum submitted to the City Council Durban in respect of improvement in housing farming and other such amenities.||
Memorandum submitted to the City Council Durban in respect of improvement in housing farming and other such amenities.
|You and the Indians||