|CONTROL AND REPRESSION: THE PLIGHT OF INDIAN HAWKERS AND FLOWER SELLERS IN DURBAN, 1910-1948||
Hundreds of Indians attempted to make a living on the streets of Durban as hawkers and flower sellers between 1910 and 1948 as they left plantation indentures to find work in the urban environment.
Label for photograph: Durban Police
Description: The photograph depicts six Durban policemen. They are carrying knobkerries, and each of the men is wearing a beaded necklace.
Randles family papers (KCM 92/11) ;
File 4 ;
|Police searching a car bonnet||
Police searching a car bonnet
|Inside South Africa||
A monthly letter about events in South Africa.
|The Cry of Reason AND Namibia on the Brink||
|Plan van kantore op die vyfde verdieping Lekton Huis, Wandererstraat 5, Johannesburg wat op 1977-10-19, duursoek deur Luitenant J.I. De Waal en Waal||
A plan of the offices of BCP and SASM in Johannesburg as prepared by police.
|Editorial: Justice and the Police|
|Mid-March in Uitenhage|
|The Death and Rebirth of Hope|
|Quotes from Kannemeyer|
|Democracy vs Secrecy|
|Press statement on stop hanging of Meilies and Jantjies.||
Press statement regarding the hanging of Meilies and Jantjies as United Democratic Front calls on all peace-loving South Africans and the international community to demand government to stop hangings of Wellington Mielies and Moses Jantjies.
|Police shoot teargas at protesting squatters|
|The commune of Bulhoek|
|Welverdiend spells death: a story of overkill|
|Editorial: Agents for Change|
|Editorial: The Police|
|The Police and the Public - Part 1|