|Corporation of the City of Durban response to proposed Round-Table Discussion: Appointment of the Indian Affairs Advisory Sub-Committee||
Further to my letter of the 13th ultimo and earlier correspondence on the above subject, I have to advise that on the recommendation of the general Purpose Committee...
|Corporation of the City of Durban response on the Proposed Round Table Discussion||
I thank you for your letter of the 12th instant herein.....
|Proposed Round Table Conference||
We are in receipt of your letter of the 30th July 1946
In reply to your letter of the 12th February 1946 we replied the same day stating, that we had appointed Dr.G.M. Naicker, Messrs M.D.Naldoo and A.I Meer
|Correspondence between Natal Indian Congress and the Durban Council in connection with the City Council's proposal for Round Table Discussion||
As you are no doubt aware the City Council has prepared its plan for the development of the City of Durban during the post-war period and.....
|The Discrimination against Indians in South Africa||
The Discrimination against Indians in South Africa
|University Report: BBC African Service, no. 163, 1971|
|Notes on Ngcobo|
|Africa Fund: More than Economic||
Africa Fund: More than Economic
|Wendy Wilson Social/Economic Anthropologist|
|Extracts from an address in connection with the Donaldson Trust||
Extracts from an address in connection with the Donaldson Trust
|Non-racial democracy: the policies of the Liberal Party of South Africa|
|Extracts from the Round Table|
|First budget speech|
|Mining policy for industrial minerals in post-apartheid South Africa||
Paper about mining policy in post-apartheid South Africa by Peter Robbins, prepared for an ANC seminar on Economic Policy in Harare, Zimbabwe, April and May 1990.
Paper arguing against the nationalisation of the gold mining industry, by Peter Robbins, prepared for an ANC seminar on Economic Policy in Harare, Zimbabwe, in April and May 1990.