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Memorandum to the members of the Indian and Pakistan delegations attending the Preliminary discussions with the Government of the South Africa

There are so many forces bearing upon race relations all over the world that one of the greatest dangers to a local problem is to move it from its context on to the world stage where often happens that it is lost or submerged in the larger issues....

Memorandum to the Finance Committee

It will be recalled that en 5th June, 1942, the Council resolve, subject to the approval of the Administrator, to.....

Memorandum to the Field Marshall Right Hon. J C Smut

At a conference of representative Natal Indians held on the 4th May, 1947, at Durban, where our organization was constituted, certain resolutions bearing on the....

Memorandum to the Chairman and members of the Judicial Commission appointed by his Excellence the Governor General....

Memorandum to the Chairman and members of the Judicial Commission appointed by his Excellence the Governor General....

Your Secretary has requested me to furnish to you a comprehensive report upon the findings of The Lawrence Committee.

Memorandum to the Administrator of Natal on Indian Education
Memorandum to General Purpose Committee. The Indian Question : Recent Ordinances and Natal Indian Judicial Commission

There is attached hereto a Press Report of the written reply given by the Prime Minister to the Natal Indian Congress whose delegates met the Prime Minister in Pretoria .....

Memorandum to General Purpose Committee. Natal Indian Judicial Commission

1. The following letter dated 12th April 1944 has been sent to me by Secretary of the Natal Indian Judicial Commission......

Memorandum to General Purpose Committee : Ex parte Mason : Application for deletion of Restrictive Conditions affecting Lot 256, corner of North and Osborne Street

At its meeting on 19th June 1945, the General Purposes Committee was informed that paper had been served upon me in an application.....

Memorandum to Durban City Council's Deputation to interview his Honour the Administration and the the Hon. the Minister of the Interior

From time to time in the past the Council has given its attention to the question of Indian Penetration in Durban. During October 1939, public interest was sharply focussed on the question. On 24th October 1939 the Hon. the Minister of the Interior......

MEMORANDUM SUBMITTED TO THE UNITED NATIONS ORGANISATION COMMISSION ON RACIAL DISCRIMINATION IN SOUTH AFRICA BY THE CONGRESS OF DEMOCRATS AND THE SPRINGBOK LEGION OF EX-SERVICEMEN AND WOMEN JOHANNESBURG

MEMORANDUM
This Memorandum was prepared in great haste. The final date for submitting evidence to the Commission was known 'only a day before that date. The terms of reference for the Commission became known at the same time. As a consequence the organisationsn othing prepared.

Memorandum submitted to the Tight Honourable the Prime Minister by His Worship the Mayor of Durban, on Behalf of the Durban City Council

The Durban City Council has sought this interview with the Right honorable the Prime Minister in earnest hope that it may assist towards finding a solution for the problem of how the great races who inhabit its great....

Memorandum submitted to the Selected Committee on the Occupation Control

Subject to the acceptance of the submission put forward in this memorandum, the Durban City Council welcomes  the proposal that the....

Memorandum submitted to the Right Honourable the Prime Minister by the Durban Joint Wards Committee on the subject of the Indian Problem in Natal

Memorandum submitted to the Right Honourable the Prime Minister by the Durban Joint Wards Committee on the subject of the Indian Problem in Natal

Memorandum submitted to the Right Honourable the Prime Minister by the Durban Joint Committee on the subject of the Indian Problem in Natal

Memorandum submitted to the Right Honourable the Prime Minister by the Durban Joint Committee on the subject of the Indian Problem in Natal

Memorandum submitted to the Natal Indian Judicial Commission by the Flood Relief Committee. Ladysmith : Natal

Sir, In submitting our memorandum to the Natal Indian Judicial Commission the FLood Relief Committee advance certain proposals....

Memorandum submitted to the Natal Indian Judicial Commission by the Durban City Council

At its meeting on 24th October 1944, the Durban City Council resolved "that Bis Worship the Mayor (Councilor R. Ellis Brown, J.P.) and Councilors L. L. Boyd, M.P.C., and Major J. Raftery, J.F., M.P.C., together with such officials' as may be necessary, be appointed as the

Memorandum submitted to the Indian Judicial Commission

Before submitting our main points we consider it our duty to inform you  briefly regarding the work of the India League. This body is primarily interested in studying problems of Indians abroad....

Memorandum submitted to the Indian Doctors in Durban

Owing to the serious decline in the health of the Indian Population in Natal it has been decided by the Indian Medical practitioners of Durban to appear before you and to submit a Report on the present Health condition prevalent.....

MEMORANDUM SUBMITTED TO THE COMMISSION OF ENQUIRY INTO THE AMENDMENT OF CHAPTER 1 OF THE :ASIATIC LAND TENURE AND INDIAN REPRESENTATION ACT, NO. 28/1946, SUBMITTED BY. THE NATAL MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION

The Natal Municipal Association applauds the action of the Hon. the Minister of the Interior in the appointment of this Commission, for the purpose of investigating the respects in which Chapter 1 of the Asiatic Land Tenure etc.

Memorandum submitted to the City Council Durban in respect of improvement in housing farming and other such amenities.

Memorandum submitted to the City Council Durban in respect of improvement in housing farming and other such amenities.

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