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73' Natal Industrial and Commercial review in the Daily news : Supplement
Except from the addendum to the minister of community development on the question of removable of the restriction of residential development in Grey Street complex
Analysis of Income returns on which rentals based

South Africa has enjoyed almost unbroken prosperity since 1933. The National Income, measured at current prices, increased.....


The Indian population of Natal geographical distribution
Mixed Races: Indians, Blacks & Coloureds, 1980-1985
Letter to Dr A B Xuma
Letter from Mr A I Kajee to Dr A B Xuma
Significance of African and Indian Joint Struggle
Letter to Professor D D T Jabavu from the President-General of the ANC
A united front against apartheid
Local Government 1980 to 1985
Tri Cameral Parliament cuttings
Election 99: Was There a 'Coloured' and 'Indian' Vote?

In the Run‐up to the 1999 elections, both academia and the media assumed that there would be a ‘coloured’ and ‘Indian’ vote. This article challenges this assumption through a disaggregation of the election results.

Social Security Bill

Act to provide for the payment of pensions, benefits, grants and allowances and insurance payments to compensate the loss of earnings or exceptional expenditure arising from birth, marriage, sickness, unemployment, death and other unforeseen events......


Group Areas "Octopus" spead in arms

Newspaper article on Groups Areas

Black Sash protestors: "Coloured municipal voters must retain their rights"

Black and white print 21 x 16.3

Letter from Carolyn M Long to Phyllis Naidoo

Within the past year the newspapers and other media have given increasing attention to the extreme injustices inflicted upon the non-white population of the Republic of South Africa, by means of the "apartheid” system imposed on the 22 million black, coloured and Asian peoples of that country by

“Gagged and trussed rather securely by the law”: The 1952 Defiance Campaign in Natal

For almost half a century after the establishment of the Union of South Africa in 1910, Black1 South Africans responded to the segregationist policies of successive white minority governments principally through non-violent techniques of resistance, such as boycotts, civil disobedience, mass demo


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