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Copy of Letter to the Durban City Council from the Natal Indian Congress

Durban City Council, Natal Indian Congress, Municipal franchise, Recreation amenities, Civic amenities, education, housing

Resolution Passed at Public Meeting

This public meeting of the citizens of Durban at the Kathiawad Hindu Seva Samaj Hall .......

Letter to the Natal Indian Congress

Dear Sir,

His Worship the Mayor asked me to acknowledge your letter dated 4th February 1948 in which you asked that a meeting between members of the Durban City Council.....

Corporation of the City of Durban response to proposed Round-Table Discussion: Appointment of the Indian Affairs Advisory Sub-Committee

Further to my letter of the 13th ultimo and earlier correspondence on the above subject, I have to advise that on the recommendation of the general Purpose Committee...

Corporation of the City of Durban response on the Proposed Round Table Discussion

I thank you for your letter of the 12th instant herein.....

Proposed Round Table Conference

We are in receipt of your letter of the 30th July 1946

In reply to your letter of the 12th February 1946 we replied the same day stating, that we had appointed Dr.G.M. Naicker, Messrs M.D.Naldoo and A.I Meer

Proposed Round Table Discussion

I refer to your letter of 27th February 1946, 1n this connection. I am under the impression that, in view of the changed situation which the Asiatic Land Tenure ond Indian Representation Act, 1946...

Correspondence between Natal Indian Congress and the Durban Council in connection with the City Council's proposal for Round Table Discussion

As you are no doubt aware the City Council has prepared its plan for the development of the City of Durban during the post-war period and.....

Durban Old Station complex. Progress Report on Conservation

The City Council has received the interim report of the Sub-Committee on the Old Station Buildings and, acting on some of the recommendations, has voted funds for the restoration and conversion of the principal wings of the main station building which has been shown to be a viable.....

The South African Indian problem and its solution

If the European Citizens of Natal, with their proverbial apathy, calmly acquiesce in the demands made at the election of the new Council of the Natal Indian Congress on Sunday, 21st October.....

The Indian in South Africa - Pamphlet Collection

The first important fact is that only in recent times has the Indian community come to be regarded as a permanent part of the population of the Union. Prior to 1927 the Indian in South Africa was looked upon as an alien a sojourner in the land, and not destined to remain there.

Report on Durban Housing

Further to my letter of the 22nd September, I have now completed a summary of my Report of Durban Housing.....

The Indian in South Africa - Pamphlet Collection

Indian propagandists have dubbed the "Asiatic Land Tenure and Indian Representation Act, 1946," the "GHETTO" Act and even the "Gutter" Act. In so doing they have been guilty of a plain lie. These Indian propagandists have spread their false version of the Act all over the world.

City Council Minutes. Proposed Conference with South African Indian Leaders

Receive at an early date a deputation the Natal Provincial Council during its next session, from the Council, so that the views of the bur-we further recommend that a petition be prepared an

Council asks to see Smuts on Indians

The Durban City Council this afternoon agreed to ask the Prime Minister to receive a deputation so that the views of burgesses may be put before him when he holds his proposed conference.....

Correspondence between Mr A I Kajee and City of Durban

Representation on Indian Affairs Advisory Sub-Committee....

Commentary by City and Water Engineers Department and Memorandum by the Natal Indian Congress

The following comments refer to the several documents forwarded to this Department prior to their submission to the Indian Judicial Commission.....

Letter from the City Health Department on the Natal Indian Judicial Commission

In reply to your letter dated 24th November 1944, relative to the above, I beg to comment as follows:

Natal Indian Judicial Commission

The City Council on 6th November 1944, resolved:

1) That His Worship the Mayor and Councillors LL Body. M.P.C.......

Smuts replies to Indians. Pegging Remains for Time Being. Ordinance Deferred

The Government has decided to advise that assent be reserved on the Natal Residential Property Regulations Ordinance....

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