|Recommendation Letter of the Natal Indian Congress to the Durban City Council||
The Town Clerk
The publication in the Natal Mercury on Saturday 20th December 1941 of certain recommendations by the Council's representatives.....
|Memorandum for City Council's Representatives on Lawrence Committee dated 15th May 1942||
Memorandum for City Council's Representatives on Lawrence Committee dated 15th May 1942
The Hon. the Minister of the Interior has notified his Worship the Mayor that it is his intention to visit Durban on Friday
|Letter from the General Purpose Committee to the Hon. Minister of the Interior||
I have the honour to request you to inform the Hon. the Minister of the Interior that at its meeting on the 7th instant my Council had before it the following recommendations from the Committee of the Council's Representation on the Lawrence Committe:-
|Meeting between Minister of Interior and members of the Lawrence Committee(meeting held 7th November 1940)||
In opening the meeting the Mayor stated that he desired to extend a cordial welcome to the Minister. The Minister, he stated, had to come to Durban to attend this meeting with the object of getting soma of the points, connected wi th the activities of tho Lawrence Committee, clarified.
|Anti-Indian War in South Africa||
It appears inevitable that anti-Indian war in South Africa will not cease for a moment even at this critical hour of human destiny. I honestly believe that the publication of the Broome Report relieving the white men from fear of penetration.........
|Extract from Minutes of the City Council (Meeting held on 21.9.42)||
Th!lt in reply to this enq uity whether any good pl,!rpose would be served by the submissiou, to the Lawrence Committee of the petition received by him in respect of an alleged Indian penetration at 317 Avondale Road, Durban, the Principal Immigration Officer be 'informed that it is the opinion o
|Minutes of Meeting of City Council's Representatives on Lawrence Committee (Meeting held on Friday, 22nd May 1942)||
Meeting held on Friday, 22nd May 1942
|Newspaper articles relating to the Indian and European city council for DUrban||
Selection of articles related to European and Indian Council.
|THE UNION OF SOUTH AFRICA - Government Gazette||
By HIS EXCELLENCY THE RIGHT HONOURABLE GIDEON BRAND V AN ZYL, A MEMBER OF HIS MAJESTY'S MOST HONOURABLE PRIVY COUNCIL, GOVERNOR·GENERAL OF THE UNION OF SOUTH AFRICA.
|General purpose committee :- Natal Municipal Association - Indian Franchise to be Discussed||
General purpose committee :-
Natal Municipal Association - Indian Franchise to be Discussed.
|Indian Opinion No.1 - Vol 38. Friday, 5th January 1940||
Indian Opinion No.1 - Vol 38. Friday, 5th January 1940
|Natal Indian Association - Memorandum||
The Durban City Council bas applied to the Hon'ble the Minister of Public Health for hie consent to expropriate certain lands in the added areas
|Township of Umkomaas||
|Park Rynie Health Committee||
|Group Areas Representation - Hearing||
Group Areas Representation Hearing - Lenasia
|A Roar on the Otherside of Silence - Two Chronicles of the Penultimate Xhosa War|
|Grahamstown's Fingo Village: From Poverty to Paradise?|
|Black Sash / Sash||
Sash, originally published as Black Sash, is a detailed record of the activities of the Black Sash organisation: the petitions, protests, marches, vigils, press releases and Conference papers which reflect the modus operandi of their desire to bring about change in the legislation which was, in t
|District Six - apartheid wins, the nation loses|