Asiatic Land Tenure
|The Indian in South Africa: Separation or Co-operation|
|The Group Areas Act and its effects on the Indian people being a paper by Dr G M Naicker||
Conference on the Group Areas Act convened by Natal Indian Congress
|Natal Indian Congress - Resolution submitted to Emergency Conference||
|General Summary of the amendments to the Asiatic Land Tenure Act of 1946 amended by Act 53/1949.||
Asiatic Land Tenure Act of 1946
|Letter to the Natal Indian Congress||
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.....
|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...
|ACT to Amend the Transvaal Land Tenure Act, 1932||
|Report of the Deputation to Capetown to wait upon the Hon. The Minister and Members of Parliament||
Report of the Deputation to Capetown to wait upon the Hon. The Minister and Members of Parliament
|MINUTES OF THE INAUGURAL MEETING OF THE JOINT COMMITTEE ESTABLISHED BY THE DURBAN CITY COUNCIL AND NATAL INDIAN ASSOCIATION AT THE REQUEST OF THE HONOURABLE THE MINISTER OF THE INTERIOR||
In the unavoidable absence of the Honourable the Minister of the Interior, Mr. Geake, Principal Immigration Officer, Durban, presided over the meeting. Mr. Geake reviewed the appointment of the Joint Committee in pursuance of the followings terms of reference :
|STATEMENT BY NATAL INDIAN CONGRESS ON QUESTION OF PENETRATION||
The Natal Indian Congress feels it incumbent upon itself to comment upon the telegram from the Hon.
|Letters from the Durban Burgesse Association||
At a meeting of the Executive Committee of this Association held yesterday evening, the dual project of the Government to set up a Judicial Enquiry Commission and to establish a Joint Committee in relation with the above subject was discussed at length......
|Minutes of the City Council dated 22nd Oct 1940||
We have reported that Councillor D G Shepstone has resigned from this Committee by Letter dated 14th October 1940.
|Minutes of the City Council dated 22nd Nov 1940||
The recommendation of the Finance Committee contained in Section 9 of the Report be and it is hereby adopted and that Councillor Peterson be furnished with particulars of employees cars taken over by the City Council.....
|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 by the submitted by the Representatives of the Natal Indian Association on the Lawrence Committee||
The Lawrence Committee was inaugurated on the 14th.
|Memorandum by Indian Representatives on Lawrence Committee in regard to Provision of choice residential sites||
The Lawrence Committee was inaugurated on the 14th March 1940 as a result of the visit of the Minister of Interior the Hon.
|Memorandum for the Lawrence Committee to Judicial Commission dated 29 July 1940||
CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF DURBAN MUNICIPAL BUILDINGS.
Re : Indian Penetration Commission
As requested in your letter of 21st instant I now attach hereto a copy of the Memorandum by the Lwarence Committee to the Chairman......
|Memorandum for the Lawrence Committee. Specific Cases dated 16 April 1940||
From time to time The Lawrence Committee has dealt with cases of intended acquisitions by Indians in predominantly European areas. Details of these cases are set out hereunder :
|Memorandum for the Lawrence Committee. Revised list of specific cases under and awaiting investigation||
Revised List of Specific Cases under and waiting Investigation
|Corporation of the City of Durban - 2nd April 1940||
The property mentioned in the complaint is 10, Lanyon Grove. It was transferred to Estate Ebrahim on the 24th November, 1930.