Gandhi-Luthuli Documentation Centre

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Indian Festival
Indian Family Umzinto
Indian Family outside hut

Beyond indenture and until the 1960s, the majority of the descendants of the Indian indentured continued to experience abnormal family life ...

Indian family during the Siege of Kimberly

Indian family during the Siege of Kimberly

Indian Family

Indenture family in front of their hut

Indian Family
Indian enjoying golf

Sewsunker "Papwa" Sewgolum was a South African professional golfer of ethnic Indian origin, who carved a niche for himself in golfing folklore when he became the first golfer of colour to win a provincial open in South Africa

Indian employment

Indian trading and employment

Indian employment

Indian trade


In South Africa a number of distinct systems of value operate within one broad political framework, and the control of power in all spheres politics, wealth, education, entertainment- is vested in the Europeans. Generally speaking the Non-Europeans, Africans, Indians and …

Indian Education – Posters

Indian Education – Posters

Indian Education in the 19th and 20th century (In Indian Centenary commemoration brochure)

When primary education for the children of a community is limited to Standard IV for a period of 30 years, it goes without saying that this situation evinces apathy on the part of the Authorities! Such was the "chaotic" situation of Indian primary education in Natal from 1869 to l 899.

Indian Education Commission (K.P. Kichlu) - 1920-1930

Indian Education Commission articles. 

Indian drums - Tabla, Naal, Dholak, Mridangam
Indian Demostration
Indian demonstration - 1897

Indians gather together to demonstrate in Durban

Indian delights : book on Indian cookery

Indian Delights provides a brief introduction to Indian Cooking in the South African Indian context

Indian delicacies

Indian Street food vendor

Indian delicacies

Indian street food vendor

Indian Delegation, Second round table conference in Capetown

The three Round Table Conferences of 1930–32 were a series of peace conferences organized by the British Government and Indian political personalities to discuss


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