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|Memorandum presented by the Overport Tamil Welfare Society||
We the Undersigned Officials of the Overport Tamil Welfare Society beg to express our grateful thanks to you for affording us this opportunity of submitting....
|Memorandum presented by the Newcastle Ratepayers Association to the Broome Commission||
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The Union of South Africa have accepted the fact that the Indians in South Africa are part of the permanent population of the country....
|Memorandum presented by the Durban and Coastal Districts Indian food and health association||
The Durban and Coastal Districts Indian Food and Health Association came into being in February 1944. It is a development of the Food for the Needy Indian School Children....
|MEMORANDUM PRESENTED BY THE CENTRAL DURBAN PROPERTY PROTECTION COMMITTEE||
ENQUIRY UNDER THE GROUP AREAS ACT NO.77 OF 1957,AS AMENDED,IN REGARD TO AN AREA IN THE CITY OF DURBAN. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE GROUP AREAS BOARD WILL ENQUIRE INTO THE DESIRABILITY OR OTHERWISE OF Proclaiming IN TERMS OF SECTION 20 OF THE.....
|Memorandum on the transport situation in Lenasia||
Memorandum on the transport situation in Lenasia
|Memorandum on the transport situation in Lenasia|
|Memorandum on the subject of the proposed Amendment to section 11 of the housing Act for Powers of Expropriation|
|Memorandum on the subject of the Indian Problem in Natal||
This Delegation is from the Durban Joint Wards Committee, which said Committee comprises representatives from each of the Municipal Wards and Burgesses Associations of the City of Durban, and was specially appointed to deal with the Natal Indian Problem. Its objects are:
|Memorandum on the Position of Indians in the Union of South Africa submitted to the United Nations||
The existence of the Indian population in South Africa is not the result of any forcible or illegal entry of Indians into that country. It is, on the other hand, the result of organised emigration mutually agreed upon between the Goy.ernment of India and the Government of Natal.
|Memorandum on the Nature and effects of Racial Discrimination in South Africa||
Memorandum submitted to the United Nations Commission
|Memorandum on the Indian Education in Natal||
The Natal Teachers' Society submits:
I (a) There has been no real progress in the Indian Education in Natal since the Cape Town Agreement of 1927.....
|Memorandum on the administration of South West Africa and on the wishes of its people as to the future status of the mandated territory||
Memorandum on the administration of South West Africa and on the wishes of its people as to the future status of the mandated territory
|Memorandum on Public Health||
The Indian population in the municipal area of Durban, according to census figures of 1936, was 80,486, being one-third of the City. Including the added areas the Indian population is at present estimated at 92,183....
|Memorandum on Epilepsy, Deafness, Blindness and similar Physical Defects submitted to the Natal Indian Judicial Commission||
Gentlemen, 'The Terms of Reference' of your Commission affirm that your enquiry apart from other factors is to enquire into and report upon:-
|Memorandum on Education||
An enquiry into the measure of social advancement made by the Indian community in Natal should employ for its standard of judgement the enlightened principle s of social progress embodied in the "Uplift Clause" of the Cape Town Agreement (1927).
|Memorandum on Civic Status||
The world is asking of its peoples how best to organize and govern in the interests of all recognizing that I only by serving the interests of all can peace and security be established.......
|Memorandum of the Natal Indian Association||
In conformity with your wishes as manifested by the Terms of Reference there was honest and in many cases successful attempt of the part of the representatives of the Association on the Lawrence Committee to dissuade Indians from purchasing properties in what are regarded as predominantly Europea
|Memorandum of Natal Indian organisation||
To members of United nations on the Treatment of Indians in South Africa
|Memorandum from the Natal Indian Association to the Durban City Council||
Your letter of the 18th .March, 1941, addressed to Mr. S. Rustomjee of the Natal Indian Association has been referred to me. I have been asked to reply to same by the Natal Indi.an Associations' representatives on the Lawrence Committee.
|Memorandum from the City and Water Engineers Department to the Natal Indian Congress||