Gandhi-Luthuli Documentation Centre

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A historical investigation into the garment industry in Natal with specific reference to the garment workers industrial union [Natal]

The history of the Garment Workers Industrial Union indicates that its strategy is one of negotiation and subordination. As paid representatives of the Garment Workers, the union did not and does not wish to attack the autonomous power of the employers.

A historical sketch on Ubuntu

The thesis is that our identity is partly shaped by recognition or its absence, often by the misrecognition of others, and so a person or group of people can suffer real damage, real distortion, if the people or society around them mirror back to them a

A I Kajee His Work for the SA Indian Community

I first met Abdulla Kajee on the quay at Durban in July, 1929, when I stepped off a British India steamer at the end of a long journey. Fresh from the rural life of northern India, South African Indians and their complex problems seemed to me strange and a little alarming.

A labour of love: The Biography of Dr Shishupal Rambharos

It has taken many months to put together this book, largely because Bhai Rambharos has had a long, varied and rich life that reflects so many different interests. It has been an immense task that has raised many difficult questions.

A M Moola, Aboobaker H A Javery

Biography - Aboobaker H A Javery, A M Moola

A Man with hat
A meeting of the Committee of the Natal Indian Congress was held on Sunday 18th February, 1940.

The question of the alleged penetration by Indians of European areas and the appointment of a judicial commission and the establishment of a joint Committee of representatives of the Durban City Council and the Natal In:'l.ian Association were fully discussed and the following declaration of poli

A Note on the Indo-European Situation

A Note on the Indo-European Situation

A NOTE ON THE INDO-EUROPEAN SITUATION IN NATAL

The Indian – Citizen or subject ?

A note on the Indo-European situation in Natal

It is perhaps as well for us to remind ourselves sometimes that South Africa has no mono~oly of problems. The spotlight of world opinion has recently picked out the Natal Indians from among the vast crowd of principals and supers on the world stage, as set at UN.

A poster makes an important proclaimation as four eager children await the return to Soweto of the man who last saw his house in Orlando West nearly 30 years earlier, The photo appears in on album presented to President Mandela by The Star, Johannesburg.
A preliminary study of the first decade of The Leader with particular reference to its stance on the Passive Resistance Campaign of 1946

In November 1991 The Leader newspaper celebrated its 50th anniversary.

A Protest against The Asiatic Segregation Bill of The Government of Union of South Africa

Asiatic, Segregation, Class Areas Bill, Areas Reservation Bill, Immigration

A qualitative investigation into the risk and protective factors that mediate non-fatal suicidal behaviour in Indian adolescents (Thesis, 2008)

Considering the escalating rate of suicidal behaviour in adolescents, not much is
known about the risk and protective factors that mediate non-fatal suicidal behaviour
among this group. This study has focused on exploring the subjective worlds of Indian

A report on the emigrants repatriated to India under the Assisted Emigration Scheme from South Africa and on the problems of returned emigrants from all colonies {Repatriation]

A REPORT
On the Emigrants Repatriated to India under the Assisted Emigration Scheme from. South Africa and On the Problem of Returned Emigrants from All Colonies.

A short sketch of Swamiji's life

A short sketch of Swamiji's life

A socio-economic and land-use survey of Umzinto North

In 1974 the Town Board of Umzinto North was established which brought Park Rynie and Umzinto jointly under the local government of Umzinto North. The new status presented Indian administrators and local residents with considerable challenges.

A socio-economic profile of four market gardening communities in metropolitan Durban

There is a growing number of studies concerning the nature of communities settled on the fringes of the Durban metropolitan area.

A Socio-economic Study of a Site and Service Scheme in Durban (Tintown)

In 1959 the Durban City Council established a "site and service scheme" at Springfield Flats, on the southern bank of the Umgeni River, to provide alternative accommodation for Indian families whose illegal shacks had been declared a health hazard by the Medical Officer of Health.

A SOCIO~RELIGIOUS SURVEY OF CHATSWORTH

Background: Religious Traditions and Change The history of the great religious traditions is an evolutionary one. Over the centuries and in different localities they have adapted themselves to meet the needs of changing circumstances.

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