Gandhi-Luthuli Documentation Centre

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Traders in shopping mall

Trading in mall

Traders outside the market

Traders selling outside the market

Traders selling brassware
Traditional African Dance
Traditional ceromany
Traditional Healers
Traditional Hindu temples in South Africa

Excellent book on traditional Hindu Temples in South Africa, 112 pages in very bright clean condition, very small light bumps to corners,many colour and B/w photographs and architectural illustrations plus very informative text

Trail of : Laurence Gandar(Editor), Benjamin Pogrund(Reporter) continues... File 3 - 1967-1968
Train in Durban

Various photographed slides of different parts of the World

Training Team Conference

Scouts

Tram In Durban

Durban was the first City in South Africa to have a Municipal Tramway.

Transaction of the Association at the Thirty Seventh Annual Conference

Transaction of the Association at the Thirty Seventh Annual Conference

Transcontinental Connections: Alfred B Xuma and the African National Congress on the World Stage

We feel that the world has a special responsibility towards us. This is because the land of our fathers was handed over to South Africa by a world body. It is a divided world.

Transcript from Quran

Transcript from the Quran engraved on copper plate

Transcript of Evidence. Second Broome Commission, March 1943
Transcript of Evidence. Second Broome Commission, March 1943
Transport Inquiry Commission

Memorandum submitted to the Transport Inquiry Commission

Transvaal Asiatic Registration Certificate

Under the act, every Asian man, woman or child of eight years or upwards, entitled to reside in the Transvaal, was required to register his or her name with the ...

Transvaal College of Education

The college first opened its doors in 1954. As there was no designated campus, college students were forced to share a premise with the Johannesburg Indian High School in Bree Street. All Indian education fell under the jurisdiction of Transvaal Education Department.

Transvaal College of Education

The college first opened its doors in 1954. As there was no designated campus, college students were forced to share a premise with the Johannesburg Indian High School in Bree Street. All Indian education fell under the jurisdiction of Transvaal Education Department.

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