|Proposed Round Table Conference||
We are in receipt of your letter of the 30th July 1946
In reply to your letter of the 12th February 1946 we replied the same day stating, that we had appointed Dr.G.M. Naicker, Messrs M.D.Naldoo and A.I Meer
|Proposed Round Table Discussion||
I refer to your letter of 27th February 1946, 1n this connection. I am under the impression that, in view of the changed situation which the Asiatic Land Tenure ond Indian Representation Act, 1946...
|Correspondence between Natal Indian Congress and the Durban Council in connection with the City Council's proposal for Round Table Discussion||
As you are no doubt aware the City Council has prepared its plan for the development of the City of Durban during the post-war period and.....
|Durban Old Station complex. Progress Report on Conservation||
The City Council has received the interim report of the Sub-Committee on the Old Station Buildings and, acting on some of the recommendations, has voted funds for the restoration and conversion of the principal wings of the main station building which has been shown to be a viable.....
|Report on Durban Housing||
Further to my letter of the 22nd September, I have now completed a summary of my Report of Durban Housing.....
|Commission of Enquiry into matters affecting the Indian population of the Province of Natal||
The Commission has come to the conclusion that a situation has arisen in regard to Indian affairs in Natal which renders it desirable that it should present this Interim Report.That situation is described in Chapter II, and the events ,which led up to it are there set out.
|Residential Property Regulation Ordinance Report||
In the unavoidable absence of the President the Sub-Committee wa presided over by the Vice President and the were present.....
|Reports of the Acts and Proceedings of the Executive of the Natal Municipal Association during its Financial Year ended 21.7.1944 for submission to the Fortieth Annual Conference of the Association to be held at Port Shepstone||
Members will know nevertheless that no progress has been made in the matter during the past year.....
|Report on the passing of the proposed Occupation Draft Ordinance||
Mr Mitchell. May I commence this evening by particularly thanking the organizers of this meeting...
|Meeting on the Problem of Indian Penetration in Natal||
In consonance with the resolution adopted at the Newcastle Conference asking him to give hearing to the Association on the problem of Indian penetrations in Natal.....
|Record of the proceedings at the December Quarterly meeting of the Executive at Pietermaritzburg||
Vol 37. File No 174(14) N2250
Mr Buchan said this was a peculiar state of affairs. All Towns had been asked to stay their hands, and yet there was to be a two years wait. There was much confusion resulting from this state and he formally moved:,
|Report (Part VI) of the Transvaal Asiatic Land Tenure Act Commission||
|Report (Part V) of the Transvaal Asiatic Land Tenure Act Commission||
PROCEEDINGS OF COMMISSION.
|Report (Part IV) of the Transvaal Asiatic Land Tenure Act Commission||
Report (Part IV) of the Transvaal Asiatic Land Tenure Act Commission. Appointed under Government Notice No. 1324 dated October 1932
|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,
|Report on my visit to South Africa||
When I left India, early in December there had been many cables sent from South Africa describing the treatment to which it was stated many of the Indians strikers were being subjected on the Natal Coal Miners........
|Report of the Treatment of Indians in the Union of South Africa||
Report by the Government of India on the Resolution passed by the United Nations General Assembly on December 1946
|Report of the Indian Immigration Committee||
Report of the Indian Immigration Committee
The Committee Recommends that that Coolie Immigration be continued on the same principles on the same principles and on the same basis and assisted by similar aid form the General Revenue
|Report of the District Surgeon of Durban to the Resident Magistrate of Durban||
Report of the District Surgeon of Durban to the Resident Magistrate of Durban
|Report of Resident Magistrate of Stanger||
Report of th R M in Stanger