|Indians and their South African Compatriots||
IN the December issue of THE ROUND T ABLE appeared a brief description of the five points of the Indians' claim in South Africa, with the intimation that the trouble which had been brewing for a considerable time previously had come to a head in the shape of a renewal of passive resistance.
|Report of the Treatment of Indians in the Union of South Africa||
Report by the Government of India on the Resolution passed by the United Nations General Assembly on December 1946
|Memorandum to the members of the Indian and Pakistan delegations attending the Preliminary discussions with the Government of the South Africa||
There are so many forces bearing upon race relations all over the world that one of the greatest dangers to a local problem is to move it from its context on to the world stage where often happens that it is lost or submerged in the larger issues....
|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....
|Indentured Indians. A Brief History(1860-1910)||
White farmers needed labour on sugar farms.
Natal sugar farmer JAMES SAUNQERS, who had previously owned sugar plantations in MAURITIUS on which he employed Indian labour; strongly motivated for Indian labour to be imported into Natal.
Is it a problem that has anything to do with students? The answer of course is yes, because apartheid involves humanity as a whole. While injustice exists everywhere in the world, it is only in South Africa that it is enshrined in the supreme law of the land.
|International Educational Assistance to Disadvantaged South Africans Proceedings of the Follow-up Conference organized by the United Nations Educational and Training Programme for Southern Africa New York, 8-9 September 1992||
In accordance with General Assembly resolution 46/80 of 13 December 1991. and as adopted in the Paris Statement by the International Conference on the Educational Needs of Disadvantaged South Africans (25 to 27 June 1991).
|The United Nations Trust Fund for South Africa||
The United Nations Trust Fund for South Africa
|The Education and Human Resources Development for a New, Non-Racial and Democratic South Africa||
The Education and Human Resources Development for a New, Non-Racial and Democratic South Africa.
|United Nations 50th Anniversary Multicultural Celebration||
United Nations 50th Anniversary Multicultural Celebration
The Province of KwaZulu-Natal fully supports the celebration of the United Nations Fiftieth Anniversary. The Province supports the body's peace effort.....
|Interim Report of Commission of Enquiry into matters affecting the Indian population of the Province of Natal||
Interim Report of Commission of Enquiry into matters affecting the Indian population of the Province of Natal.
|A note on the Indo-European situation in Natal||
It is perhaps as well for us to remind ourselves sometimes that South Africa has no mono~oly of problems. The spotlight of world opinion has recently picked out the Natal Indians from among the vast crowd of principals and supers on the world stage, as set at UN.
|SOUTH AFRICAN GOVERNMENT'S POLICY FOR NON-EUROPEANS. REPLY TO PETITION SUBMITTED TO HIS MAJESTY THE KING.||
The following is the full text of a reply which the South African Government has made to a Petition submitted to the King during the Royal Visit to South Africa:-
|The Discrimination against Indians in South Africa||
The Discrimination against Indians in South Africa
|Town Clerks Memorandum from Indian Affairs Advisory Sub-Committee||
Town Clerks Memorandum from Indian Affairs Advisory Sub-Committee
|NATAL MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION - AGENGA - SPECIAL CONFERENCE AT PIETERMARITZBURG - 12th FEBRUARY,1947.||
NATAL MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION - AGENGA - SPECIAL CONFERENCE AT PIETERMARITZBURG - 12th FEBRUARY,1947.
|Indian Opinion No. 49-51 Vol. 39 Friday, 5th - 26th November 1941||
Indian Opinion No. 49-51 Vol. 39 Friday, 5th - 26th November 1941
|Indian Opinion No. 40-43 Vol. 39 Friday, 3rd - 31st October 1941||
Indian Opinion No. 40-43 Vol. 39 Friday, 3rd - 31st October 1941
|Indian Opinion No. 48-51 Vol. 38 Friday, 6th - 27th December 1940||
Indian Opinion No. 48-51 Vol. 38 Friday, 6th - 27th December 1940
|Indian Opinion No. 44-47 Vol. 38 Friday, 8th - 29th November 1940||
Indian Opinion No. 44-47 Vol. 38 Friday, 8th - 29th November 1940