|The Position of Indians in South Africa||
I speak as an Indian who was born in South Africa. and has lived all his life in a city. Some 95 per cent. of the Indians in the union arc South African-born, and about 70 per cent. of us live in areas classified as urban; so I am not in any way unusual.....
|The Indian in South Africa||
The Position in Durban
|Indian Centenary - 1860 - 1960||
Indian Centenary - 1860 - 1960
|Letter to the Right Hourable the Prime Minister||
The South African Indian Organisation is grievously concerned with the statements that are being made by various ministers of the Government on the Indian question. These statements, we venture to submit, are calculated to future deteriorate the relationship.....
|Report of the Commission of Enquiry into Riots in Durban||
HIS EXCELLENCY, THE RIGHT HONOURABLE GIDEON BRAND VAN ZYL, A MEMBER OF HIS MAJESTY'S MOST HONOURABLE PRIVY COUNCIL, DOCTOR OF LAWS, GOVERNOR-GENERAL OF THE UNION OF SOUTH AFRICA.
|The Changing role of Indian women in South Africa||
THE POSITION OF INDIAN WOMEN AT THE TIME OF THEIR ARRIVAL IN SOUTH AFRICA
|The Hindu Tamil Institute Building, the Centre of Tamil activities of Durban||
The Hindu Tamil Institute
|THE RISE OF THE NATAL INDIAN ELITE||
The Ideal of Education Opportunity
Only in education and in South Africa in the context of White man's Education...can you really make headway in a White man's world.
|THE CHANGING PATTERN OF INDIAN FAMILY LIFE AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR THE AGED||
South African Indian life beginning towards the latter half of the nineteenth century on the basis of the indentured male worker,had become strongly family centred at the beginning of the twentieth century....
|South Africans of Indian Descent||
South African of Indian Descent
|THE ROLE OF THE INDIAN IN NATAL'S ECONOMY||
PAPERS PRESENTED AT A CONFERENCE HELD UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE SOUTH AFRICAN INSTITUTE OF RACE RELATIONS (NATAL REGION) IN DURBAN ON 14th OCTOBER, 1966.
|Indians South Africans||
Indians in South Africa
|Centenary of Indians in South Africa - A record of a hundred years of Indian progress in various spheres of activity||
On Friday, 16th November, 1860, at about three o'clock in the afternoon, there arrived at Port Natal the barque "Truro", bringing the first group of Indians invited by the Colony of Natal lo work on the sugar plantations...
|RACE RELATIONS AND THE PRESS IN THE NATAL COLONY : THE POST ANGLO-ZULU WAR PERIOD||
RACE RELATIONS AND THE PRESS IN THE NATAL COLONY : THE POST ANGLO-ZULU WAR PERIOD
in partial fulfilment of a History Honours degree
|Picture of Grey Street||
Where East meets West, A scene in Grey Street one of the principle Indian shopping Centre in Durban
|Art by pupils attending Natal Indian Schools from 1940 to 1965||
Art by pupils attending Natal Indian Schools from 1940 to 1965
|In the end it was academic: Responses to the establishment of the University College for Indians||
It will be wrong to advise an Indian father or a prospective student what choice he should make. Each person must accept the responsibility for his own decision, since whatever decisions he makes there will be sacrifices.
|Between Apartheid and Neoliberalism in Durban’s Indian Quarter||
A drive from Durban's beaches towards the once bustling ''Indian quarter''will lead to a confluence of three streets: Monty Naicker, Alfred Bitini Xuma, and Yusuf Dadoo.
|INSIDE INDIAN INDENTURE : A SOUTH AFRICAN STORY1860 – 1914||
insight into the trials and tribulations of indentured Indian immigration. One has to concur with the general thrust of the endorsements this work
|The encyclopedia of the Indian diaspora||
The encyclopedia of the Indian diaspora