|Record of Proceedings at the April quarterly Meeting of the Executive Committee||
Record of Proceedings at the April quarterly Meeting of the Executive Committee
The President said the Agenda would be somewhat upset as the Administrator was to attend and address the meeting on the subject....
|The Indian Question in Natal. Memorandum by the Secretary||
Consideration is to be given at the April Quarterly meeting of the Natal Municipal Association......
|Notes of the Proceeding at the Conference of Delegates of the Natal Municipal Association and the Natal Indian congress on the Subject of "The Pegging Act"||
The President said that the primary purpose of the meeting was to receive the Executive Committee of the Natal Indian Congress in order to hear their views on the subject of Indian Penetration
|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.....
|Various Correspondence on the Draft Occupation Control Ordinance||
E C Wilkes, Esq, M. P. C. papers
I have been instructed to inform you that on behalf of the Ratepayers' Associations of Durban it is requested that before any final decision be taken with regard to....
|Letter to the Hon. Col. C P Stallard||
I have during the last few days received several communications from the Prime Minister in London in connection with the legislation bearing on the Asiatic question which is to be dealt with in the Natal Provincial Council
|The development of the Indian Indenture Labour problem in South Africa||
The indentured labour system arose to meet with the objective demands of a certain section of plantation owners resulting from the abolition of slavery. 'The very existing ascendant capitalism demanded a free labour supply and a maximum reserve of labour.
|SUMMARY OF THE GROUP AREAS ACT, 1950||
For the past hundred years there has been in force in South Africa legislation deferentially affecting the various racial groups now comprised within the Union of South Africa.
|Birth pangs of an ideology||
An analysis of ideology development in South Africa.
|To breach the wall of silence||
The case for specific legislation to meet the needs of Africa's blind and deaf.
|Under the banner of SWAPO||
Namibia's guerrillas face death.
..."And I urge you to join with the Missus and me fighting the oppressive legislation of the government..."
|The breaking of men||
Solitary confinement and torture.
|The New African: Volume 2, Number 8, September 1963|
|Words, words, words||
Notes on the written word.
|After Bashee Bridge||
|"Love finds a way"||
A note adapted from the catalogue to the Rhodesian Festival of African Art.
|The freedom of Namib||
Aims for South West Africa.
|The New African: Volume 2, Number 4, May 1963|