|Memorandums of the City of Durban and the Natal Indian Congress||
In reply to your letter of the 7th instant setting out communication received from the Joint Honorary.....
|Petition to his Worship the Mayor and Members of the Durban City Council||
Durban City Council, rateable property, ratepayers, Burgesses, European descent, European housing scheme, amenities
|Cheque from Badsha to Phyllis Naidoo||
Cheque from Badsha to Phyllis Naidoo.
|Invoice - Loan to Rodney||
Invoice Loan to Rodney - repaying R1000.00 per month.
|The Deputation from the Natal Indian Congress||
Waited on the Prime Minister in his room. The Prime Minister received the Deputation at 11am. There were present beside the Prime Minister: Senator C F Clarkson, Minister of .......
|Tax invoice from Phyllis Naidoo to Rhumba||
Tax invoice from Phyllis Naidoo to Rhumba
|Second Report of General purposes Committee||
The City Council on 23m June, 1944, authorized that Standing Counsel (Mr. Advocate F. R. Shaw, K.C.).....
|South African Indian Problem - Save South Africa||
Pegging Act, Union Parliament, segregation, mistreatment of Indians, Purchase of property, Human rights, provincial barriers
|The Indian Question||
Submits for public information the following Declarations. Statements....Question in the Union. and more particularly in Natal....
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.
The papers of J.H.Hofmeyr comprise 67 boxes spanning the years 1891—1950, with the preponderance between 1913 and 1948.
|Inventory of the Hofmeyr Papers||
Inventory of the Hofmeyr papers
General correspondence and other papers re academic and political career (arranged chronologically) 6 boxes. 1915-1948
Diary 1947 Aug. 22 1948 Nov. 26. Records of
|Cape Town Agreement||
Joint Communique issued to the press
|Republic of India - Souvenir Brochure||
26th January 1950
In Commemoration of the Republic of India
|Indian Indenture Documents||
One of the earliest first hand accounts of the labourers was furnished in 1863 by the German traveller, Fritsch. He notes that they "far surpassed the .African tribes in skill and adaptability.
|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.
|Official Inauguration of Truro House||
Official Inauguration of Truro House