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You and the Indians

The Indian question is a burning issue to-day. It is difficult enough to solve without the added evils of boycotts and racial hatred now being deliberately instigated by certain political and business elements.

Valabhdas Vasnjee - Documents, Commerce, Umgeni Crematorium Society

Newspaper articles collection

UN food scheme confident of securing African Aid

UN food scheme confident of securing African Aid

Johannesburg -The UN World Food Programme is confident of securing more than a million tons of aid for southern Africa despite donors' political concerns over the region, the programme said yesterday.....

Trade and sympathy

The Canadians against apartheid.

The triple challenge before Ghana

Austerity, participation and dialogue - these are vital needs that Ghana's leaders must satisfy now.

The role of business in South Africa's future

ANC report of Group B, Commission 5 of a meeting between the ANC and big business on the role of business in South Africa's future. Includes summary of presentations and of the open discussion.

The New African: Volume 8, Number 1, 1969
The Indian Trader

The Indian trader made his appearance shortly after the arrival ofthe Indentured Indian. This pattern is evident wherever the Indentured Indian set foot, be it Mauritius, Trinidad, British Guiana or any of the British colonies.

The Indian Problem in South Africa

Of the many intricate problem awaiting solution by the Parliament of the Union of South Africa there is none which presents such involved difficulties established in certain parts of this country.....

The English speaking dimension in South African Politics

Paper presented to the biennial conference of the South African Historical Society, held at the University of Durban-Westville July 1981.

Tanzania after five years

Each Tanzanian feels he is a free Tanzanian.

Statement from Mrs Pandit. Address before Joint Committee 1 and 6

Statement from Mrs Pandit.

Address before Joint Committee 1 and 6

Speech by Mr G Heaton Nicholas

Speech by Mr G Heaton Nicholas(Union of South Africa) before the Joint 1st and 6th Committee)

Speech by Mr G Heaton Nicholas

Speech by Mr G Heaton Nicholas

Before the Sixth Committee United Nations General Assembly

Soweto Students Representative Council: To all fathers and mothers, brothers and sisters, friends and workers, in all cities, towns and villages in the Republic of South Africa.

Circular, issued by Soweto Students Reprsentative Council, calling on residents of Black townships to boycott Christmas shopping and shebeens as a show of solidarity with those killed by police violence during the liberation struggle

Soweto Students Representative Council: Press Statement 4th November 1976

A press statement confirming the stand by all students and youth of Soweto and other areas of the country that sales of any kind of liquour, including from shebeens, remain banned

South Africa's Expansion Policy
Report of the Commission of Enquiry into the general distribution and selling prices of intoxicating liquor

Extract of report from a Commission of Enquiry into the supply of liquor to non-Whites (Blacks, Coloureds, Asians, Chinese)

Racism and Commerce
Prospect South Indian and South Africa

Industry and Commerce
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