|The riot police and suppression of truth||
This is a memorandum prepared for members of parliament about the riot police and suppression of truth.
|The Secretary of the Land Tenure Act Amendment~ Committee, c/o Land Tenure Advisory Board||
The Secretary of the Land Tenure Act Amendment~ Committee, c/o Land Tenure Advisory Board
|The Town Clerk, Areas for European Occupation only||
Further to my circular letter of December 27, 1935, in which you were asked to join the Co-operative movement of influencing your Parliamentary representative to take a....
|To his Lordship Bishop P J Buthelezi: Open letter on day of Consecration, October 22nd, 1972||
Open letter of congratulation to Bishop P J Buthelezi on his appointment as Black Auxillary Bishop in the Catholic Church, Johannesburg. His appointment is seen by Black Catholics as a breakthrough in non-racialsim in the white dominated clergy
|Town Clerk's Department||
I refer you to my letter to you of 7th instant in this matter and set out here under for your information copy....
Treasurer, Water, Estates,Health
|Town Planning Scheme as it effect the residents of Clairwood||
Our attention has been drawn to the fact that the City Council has been refusing...........
|Transvaal Schools Speech Contest||
R.A.M Salojee - Address
|Treasury Cape town 8 June 1945||
re: Housing Bill
|Treatment of Indians in the Union of South Africa||
United Nations General Assembly
Treatment of Indians in the Union of South Africa
|Two letters to Phyllis Naidoo from Fio in London||
Two letters to Phyllis Naidoo from Fio in London
|Underhill letters: 1928-1931|
|Underhill letters: Under fusion 24 February 1935 to 13 August 1939|
|Underhill letters: war years 24 September 1939 to 6 May 1945|
Bound by our total submission to the Will of Almighty Allah; and: in recognition of Islam's uncompromising stand on injustice as clearly expressed through 'the Holy contents of The Koran, we pledge our total support for thA present protest against the discriminatory system of education based on t
|UNHAPPILY TORN BY DISSENSIONS AND LITIGATIONS’:1 DURBAN’S ‘MEMON’ MOSQUE, 1880-19302||
This study focuses on Durban's Grey Street mosque, built by Indian Memon migrants in 1880. This review of the first half-century of the mosque's existence underlines the important social role of mosques, and also questions the notion of homogeneous Muslim community.
|Very keen initiating authority letter||
Very keen initiating authority letter
|Wiseman Khuzwayo Report|