|Corporation of the City of Durban||
Sir, The proposed withdrawal from operation of the trading and occupation of land.....
|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
|MINUTES OF COUNCIL-IN-COMMITTEE||
Interview with the Hon. The Minister of the Interior. At 10.30 am the Council-in Committee received the Hon.....
|South African Indian Problem - Save South Africa||
Pegging Act, Union Parliament, segregation, mistreatment of Indians, Purchase of property, Human rights, provincial barriers
|Various Correspondence - Draft Occupation Control Ordinance||
There is one most important feature which I think Natal and its Provincial Councilors would do well carefully
In our loose way we are accustomed to think of India as one nation," said Sir Alfred Watson, in a lecture to the Insurance Institution of London on 20th February last, but" No such notion could survive even the tourist's cold weather trip to the land.
|A Protest against The Asiatic Segregation Bill of The Government of Union of South Africa||
Asiatic, Segregation, Class Areas Bill, Areas Reservation Bill, Immigration
|Report of Asiatic Land Laws Commission||
In terms of Commissions issued by Your Excellency on 3rd February, 1938, and 24th March, 1938, the undersigned were appointed as Your Excellency's Commissioners to enquire into and report whether, and if so to what extent, the letter and spirit of any law restricting or prohibiting the ownership,
|Indians in South Africa||
THE arrival of a newly-appointed Agent-General for the Government of India in South Africa (this time the distinguished Mr.
|South African Party Policy||
It has been represented to the Government that, in Durban and elsewhere, you have a White part of the town, and an Indian with sufficient wealth buys a house right in the middle of that area and thereby depreciates the property in the neighbourhood.
|Indians in South Africa||
Race, political, labour, sugar plantations, slave labour, Indian market, social culture, treatment, segregation
|Franchise Rights and Wrongs||
My second impression was of the variety of types that had come together, drawn by this common purpose. As Dr.
|AKM DOCRAT banning orders||
FIRST BANNED IN LATE 1962 - WAS CHARGED FOR BREAKING THE BANNING ORDER BUT A REGIONAL MAGISTRATE INVALIDATED THE ORDER ON THE GROUND THAT NAME, ADDRESS AND PLACE OF BIRTH WERE WRONGLY CITED IN THE ORDER. THE SB TOOK THE ORIGINAL ORDER.
|The Indian people should oppose the proposed Licensing Board||
The Indian people should oppose the proposed Licensing Board
|Extracts from debate on S A Native Policy|
|J H Hofmeyr|
|Extracts from the Round Table|
|The two moralities||
Inquiries into the circumstances which produced the attitude of rejection.