Gandhi-Luthuli Documentation Centre

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Group areas representations - hearing at Grassmere primary school hall. 6p
A focus on Lenasia - 8p
South Africans of Indian Descent 1976. 5p
Unequal Education
Apartheid Education System
Group at Govt. House, PMBurg, during the administration of Col Sir John Bisset, 1867.

Dimension 2370 x 1645

First Ministry Under Responsible Govt., 1893

Dimensions 3156 x 4657

Viscount WOLSELEY, Field Marshall. Governor of Natal, 1879

Dimension - 1730 x 2327

Sir JOHN SCOTT. Lt Governor of Natal from 1856-1864

John Scott (colonial administrator)

MARTIN WEST. First Lt Governor of Natal

First Lieutenant-Governor and the first civilian administrator of the Colony of Natal

THOMAS PRINGLE. 1820 Settler and fighter for the freedom of the Press

Thomas Pringle was a Scottish writer, poet and abolitionist. Known as the father of South African poetry, he was the first successful English language poet and author to describe South Africa's scenery, native peoples, and living conditions.


Sir John Robinson was the very first Prime Minister of Natal (now KwaZulu-Natal). Prime Minister, you ask, but how is that possible?

DINIZULU being escorted from Nongoma Goal

Dimensions 2428 x 1611

Family photo

Dimension 1698 x 2413

Family Photo. Third Generation of Bhikari Family

Dimensions 1967 x 2353

Certificate of Industrial Service of Mohabir Noosun

Dimensions 1446 x 1312

Bikhari Family

Dimensions 2620 x 1785

First Indian Football Club Westville 1904

Dimensions 1015x696

First Indian Cricket Club Westville 1904

Dimensions 1055 x 723

First Indian Football Club Westville

1025 x 726


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