|A history of the African people of South Africa: From the early iron age to the 1970s|
|A I Kajee His Work for the SA Indian Community||
I first met Abdulla Kajee on the quay at Durban in July, 1929, when I stepped off a British India steamer at the end of a long journey. Fresh from the rural life of northern India, South African Indians and their complex problems seemed to me strange and a little alarming.
|A labour of love: The Biography of Dr Shishupal Rambharos||
It has taken many months to put together this book, largely because Bhai Rambharos has had a long, varied and rich life that reflects so many different interests. It has been an immense task that has raised many difficult questions.
|A letter to the Prime Minister|
|A Liberal South African: Monumental biography of Jan Hendrik Hofmeyr|
|A London critics looks at the New York stage|
|A look into the Book Nook_review number 25|
|A M Moola, Aboobaker H A Javery||
Biography - Aboobaker H A Javery, A M Moola
|A meeting of the Committee of the Natal Indian Congress was held on Sunday 18th February, 1940.||
The question of the alleged penetration by Indians of European areas and the appointment of a judicial commission and the establishment of a joint Committee of representatives of the Durban City Council and the Natal In:'l.ian Association were fully discussed and the following declaration of poli
|A memorandum on the compound labour conditions in agriculture - Bethal District|
|A memorial to Dorrie|
|A minimum wage for workers within the lower income group|
|A nation at work for a better life|
|A Nation at Work for a Better Life 2000||
A Nation at Work for a Better Life 2000
|A Nation at Work for a Better Life 2000: the Dawn of the African Century|
|A Note on the Indo-European Situation||
A Note on the Indo-European Situation
|A NOTE ON THE INDO-EUROPEAN SITUATION IN NATAL||
The Indian – Citizen or subject ?
|A note on the Indo-European situation in Natal||
It is perhaps as well for us to remind ourselves sometimes that South Africa has no mono~oly of problems. The spotlight of world opinion has recently picked out the Natal Indians from among the vast crowd of principals and supers on the world stage, as set at UN.
|A Pastoral Letter: To be read in Churches in the Diocese of Natal|
|A preliminary study of the first decade of The Leader with particular reference to its stance on the Passive Resistance Campaign of 1946||
In November 1991 The Leader newspaper celebrated its 50th anniversary.