Natal Indian Congress

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Gandhi in South Africa 1893-1914

MOHANDAS KARAMCHAND GANDHI, who was born at Porbandar (Sudamapuri) in India on 2 October 1869, qualified as a barrister in England· in 1891. Two years later his professional services were engaged by Abdul Karim Jhaveri, a Durban trader, in a £40,000 lawsuit against a rival firm in Pretoria.

Gandhi and Indians in South Africa

THE battle to abolish the law barring Indians from living in the Free State - an issue which became a heated one in Parliament........


Mixed articles on Gandhi 1946

Opening of Imperial Parliament ......................

" Natal Indian Congress - 90 proud years 1894 to 1984"

THE Natal Indian Congress origins trace back to 1893 when as a recentlyqualified young lawyer, Mohandas.......

Gandhi Display (originals)



Article on Gandhi - Draft

Gandhi - the myths behind the legend By 1904, South Africa's coloured and Indian communities had started a slow journey towards political had at last found to champion their other a doctor awareness.....











A Tribute to Gandhi, by the Hindu Students Association.

Like all great historical figures, MAHATMA GANDHI was a very controversial man. His philisophy of life and his religious practices stemmed largely from.....

Memorandum submitted to the submitted by the department of Education
Letter from Dr FM Meer to Phyllis Naidoo.

Letter from Dr FM Meer to Phyllis Naidoo.


Domestic workers press cuttings
First Indian Trade Union Congress
The Dadoo Xuma Naicker Pact 9 March 1947

African National Congress, Natal, Transvaal Indian Congress. Three Doctors Pact

Natal Action Committee of the Congress of the People
Mass Democratic Movement defiance plea for restraint
African and Indian in Durban
Future of race relations in South Africa
The Dadoo -Xuma-Naicker Pact, 1947
Documents of the African National Congress, Natal Indian Congress, Transvaal Indian Congress and the Non-European movement and the Indian
The Indian in South Africa: Separation or Co-operation


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