|Notes on the status bill|
|Notes of meeting at General Smut's house|
|Memo by JHH on coalition movement|
|Meeting with Roos|
|H's contribution to "political development"|
|Mr R F Currey: Grahamstown|
|Justice Schreiner: Johannesburg|
|South Africans in India|
|Extract from letter to Sir Raza Ali|
|Report of a speech made by J H Hofmeyr|
|Extract from speech by J H Hofmeyr at inauguration of Keren Hayesod campaign|
|Resignation from Cabinet letters|
|Copy of letter from George Heard|
|Gambling and National Life|
|The Indian Views Newspaper : January - February 1916||
Indian views newspaper during the months January and February 1916
|The impact of drought pestilence and Cattle Diseases on the Peasantry of Natal (1896 - 1906)||
That the environmental and ecological dimensions of agriculture have not been fully considered in the past has created some problems in attempting to assess their specific role in the period 1896-1906.
|Green Gold or Green Deserts Contestations between the choice of poverty or commercial tree planting by Rural Communities in KwaZulu-Natal Timber paper SAPPI MONDI||
This paper summarizes the limited conditions of rural poverty which made the communities in KwaZulu-Natal accept commercial tree-growing schemes as a way to confront the cycle of poverty in which they are trapped.
|Coffee and arrowroot - the quest for a staple agricultural export in the colonial economy of Natal||
The publication of Guest and Sellers book Enterprise and Exploitation in a Victorian Colony in 1985 represents an important milestone in the historiography of Natal in that it is the first collection of essays, focusing on specific social and economic characteristics and phenomena of colonial soc
|Challenges facing informal sector micro-enterprises in Newlands West : the case of female owned home-based dress-making enterprises (Thesis, 2007)||
This study seeks to investigate the challenges facing informal sector micro-enterprises in Newlands West, using the case study of female owned home-based dress making enterprises in the South West of Durban.