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A bill to amend the comprehensive Anti-Apartheid Act of 1986 to prohibit United States depository institutions from providing certain financial services to South African depository institutions and government of South Africa, and other purposes as it be enacted by the Senate and House of Represen

Act No, 35 of 1943 - "Pegging Act"
Act No. 35 of 1943 - 'Pegging Act'
ACT TO Amend the laws relating to occupation and acquisition of land in the Province of the Transvaal by Asiatics and Coloured persons and to provide for matters incidental thereto.

BE IT ENACTED by the King's Most Excellent Majesty, the Senate and the House of Assembly of the Union of South Africa, as follows-:

 

ACT to Amend the Transvaal Land Tenure Act, 1932

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TO Amend the Transvaal Asiatic Land Tenure Act, 1932.

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Affected Organizations Act, Act No 31 of 1974

The Act was to provide for the prohibition of the reciept of money from abroad for certain organizations; and to provide for matters connected therewith

An Explanation of the Group Areas Act, 1950

OBJECT OF THE ACT
THE OBJECT of this enactment as expressed in its Long Title is to provide for the establishment of group areas, for the control of the acquisition of immovable property and of the occupation of land and premises, and, of course, for matters incidental thereto.....

Bantu Authorities Act, Act No 68 of 1951

The Act was to provide for the establishment of certain Bantu authorities and to define their functions, to abolish the Natives Representative Council, to amend the Native Affairs Act, 1920, and the Representation of Natives Act, 1936, and to provide for other incidental matters.

Bantu Education Act, Act No 47 of 1953

The Act was to provide for the transfer of the adminiustration and control of native education from the several provincial administrations to the Government of the Union of South Africa, and for matters incidental thereto

Bantu Homelands Citizenship Act, Act No 26 of 1970

Act to provide for citizenship of certain Bantu homelands and for the issue of certificates of citizenship to Bantu persons;in connection therewith to amend certain laws; and to provide for incidental matters.

Bantu Investment Corporation Act, Act No 34 of 1959

The Act was to constitute a Corporation the object of which is to promote and encourage industrial and other undertakings and to act as a development, financial and investment institution among Bantu persons in the Bantu areas, and to provide for other incidental matters

Births, Marriages and Deaths Registration Act, Act No 81 of 1963

Act to consolidate the laws relating to the registration of births, marriages and deaths.

Chronological list of anti Indian legislation in South Africa.

Law 3 of 1885, Transvaal: Prohibition on taking up residence except in segregated areas. Denial of all civic rights,

a) Law passed to amend Act 3 of 1885

Coloured Persons Communal Reserves Act, Act No 3 of 1961

The Act was to apply the Mission Stations and Communal Reserves Act 1909, of the Cape of Good Hope, to coloured persons settlement areas within the meaning of the Coloured Persons Settlement Areas (Cape) Act, 1930, to repeal the latter Act and to provide for matters incidental thereto.

Copy of ACT NO 35 of 1943 from Union Gazette Extraordinary
Copy ot the Class Areas Bill

From the above statistical statements it will be seen that while the European population of Natal has increased since 1911 to 40% the Asiatic population has only increased by 0.5%.....

Correspondence relating to the Immigrants Regulations Act and other matters Affecting Asiatics in South Africa

This mass meeting of the Indian community, convened under the auspices of the Natal Indian Congress, hereby place on record its disapprobation of the Immigrants Regulation Act recently confirmed by His Excellency the Governor-General of the Union, and since the said Act deprives the domiciled Ind

Criminal Law Amendment Act, No 8 of 1953

The Act was to provide for increased penalties for offences committed under certain circumstances; to prohibit the offer or acceptance of financial or other assistance for any organized resistance against the laws of the Union; and to provide for matters incidental thereto

Department of Railways and Harbours
Extension of University Education Act, Act No 45 of 1959

The Act was to provide for the establishment, maintenance, management and control of unoiversity colleges for non-white persons; for the admission of students to and their instruction at university colleges; for the limitation of the admnission of non-white students to certain university institut

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