Gandhi-Luthuli Documentation Centre
|Indian Education Commission (K.P. Kichlu) - 1920-1930||
Indian Education Commission articles.
|Dr Arthur Dawson Lazarus Doyen of Indian Education||
A man of rare parts and unique ability Dr. Arthur Dawson Lazarus was the eldest son of Mr. Dossen Lazarus of Dannhauser. He was born in Durban on 14 January, 1903. During his early life he was faced with numerous difficulties.
|B D Lalla : a biography - Fiat Lux August 1978, p23||
B D Lalla : a biography
|Higher education - key to Indian progress (In Indian South African)||
This paper has attempted to prove that the key to the economic salvation of the Indian in South Africa lies in his greater participation in higher education. In 1964, there were 48,000 White students in the various universities in South Africa (full-time and part-time) representing over 1.
|Speech delivered at Laying of foundation stone of UDW University of Durban-Westville (now University of Kwazulu Natal : Westville Campus)||
UDW foundation stone laying ceremony speech.
|“The Politics of Memory and Memory of Politics”: Remembering and Silencing in Written and Oral Narratives about the University of Natal’s Medical School||
The first three chapters of my dissertation focus on some of the complicated background history that led to the establishment of the first racially segregated medical school for black – African, Indian and Coloured – students in Durban, South Africa in 1951.
|Life was always like a State of Emergency: Black Medical Student Experiences at the University of Natal Medical School, 1950-1990||
In 1951 – just three years after the Afrikaner Nationalist Party came into power in South Africa on an ‘apartheid’ platform of fuller segregation of the races – the University of Natal’s Faculty of Medicine was officially opened in Durban.3 Its purpose was to provide a high standard medical train
|V Sirkari Naidoo - Fiat Lux May 1978, p.8||
Mr V Sirkari Naidoo Biography.
|University of Natal Medical School History||
Embroiled in controversy and political strife, and disadvantaged by major financial and resource deprivation, the University of Natal Medical School has nevertheless survived and prospered for nearly 50 years - and has made a unique contribution to medical education in the Southern African sub-co
|Natal University and the question of autonomy (non-white education 1959-1962)||
On the 7 March 1963 a plaque was erected in the
|Letter from Lorraine to Phyllis Naidoo||
Letter from Lorraine to Phyllis Naidoo
|Letter from E P Barrit - Playel to Phyllis Naidoo||
Letter from E P Barrit - Playel to Phyllis Naidoo
|THE ROLE OF INDIAN POLICEMEN IN THE SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE FORCE||
This investigation attempts to present a scientific exposition of the development, functioning and community relationship of the Indian Police in the South African Police Force. The training and work responsibilities of all policemen in the Force are the same.
|CRIME IN AUSTERVILLE||
The relationships between social research and the application of research findings are diff±cult and demanding, especially in the context of problems researched in Southern Africa.
|An investigation into those factors which may predispose to or precipitate suicidal behavior amongst Indian school children|
|Letters from Muriel Twyford to Phyllis Naidoo||
Letters from Muriel Twyford to Phyllis Naidoo
|Death in Black and White : suicide statistics and race in Natal, 1880-1916||
From the ballot boxes of Florida, USA, to the police stations of South Africa, numbers and the mechanisms of their counting have come upon hard times recently.
|Letters from Miguel to Phyllis Naidoo||
Letters from Miguel to Phyllis Naidoo
|Letter from Joyce to Phyllis Naidoo||
Letter from Joyce to Phyllis Naidoo.
|Letter from Carol to Phyllis Naidoo||
Letter from Carol to Phyllis Naidoo