|Memorandum presented by the Stanger and District Branch||
Re: Natal Indian Judicial Commission.
We enclose herewith copy of Memorandum presented to the Natal Indian Judicial Commission by our Branch of Congress
|Memorandum submitted to the Natal Indian Judicial Commission by the Flood Relief Committee. Ladysmith : Natal||
Sir, In submitting our memorandum to the Natal Indian Judicial Commission the FLood Relief Committee advance certain proposals....
|Letter from Gwen and Frank to Phyllis Naidoo||
Thank you for your letter and the newspaper cutting, showing Bill Morris, our Transport and General Workers Union secretary, lurking in your Sunday papers. We are pleased that he has visited your country, and spoken to your trade union members.
|Natal Indian Judicial Commission||
Natal Indian Judicial Commission - Memoranda.......
|Memorandum on Education||
An enquiry into the measure of social advancement made by the Indian community in Natal should employ for its standard of judgement the enlightened principle s of social progress embodied in the "Uplift Clause" of the Cape Town Agreement (1927).
|Tongaat and District Branch. Statement presented to the Natal Indian Judicial Commission||
We thank you for the opportunity to place before you this statement from Tongaat and Districts Branch of the Natal Indian Congress....
|Commission of Enquiry into matters affecting the Indian population of the Province of Natal||
The Commission has come to the conclusion that a situation has arisen in regard to Indian affairs in Natal which renders it desirable that it should present this Interim Report.That situation is described in Chapter II, and the events ,which led up to it are there set out.
|MINUTES OF COUNCIL-IN-COMMITTEE||
Interview with the Hon. The Minister of the Interior. At 10.30 am the Council-in Committee received the Hon.....
|Clarkson and Wilks papers||
I hope to be in Durban on Monday the 21st February. I proposed leaving hee on the Friday. I think the train arrives on the Sunday afternoon. There are many things I want to talk to you about.....
|Memorandum presented by the Newcastle Ratepayers Association to the Broome Commission||
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The Union of South Africa have accepted the fact that the Indians in South Africa are part of the permanent population of the country....
|Report of Asiatic Land Laws Commission||
In terms of Commissions issued by Your Excellency on 3rd February, 1938, and 24th March, 1938, the undersigned were appointed as Your Excellency's Commissioners to enquire into and report whether, and if so to what extent, the letter and spirit of any law restricting or prohibiting the ownership,
|The Chairman and Members of the Indian Colonization Enquiry Committee||
Government of India, Indian Delegation, Indian Indenture Labour, Housing, Education, Indian Immigration, Relief Act, employment, Trade Industry
|Statement by the Indian Delegation at the Indian Conference held in Cape Town||
Last Wednesday, you made an important statement in which you explained the impression and conclusions of the Union Delegation on the Cape Town Agreement.....
|Delegates of the Government of India||
Honourable Khan Bahadur Mian Fazl-i-Husain, K.C.I.E. Member of the Governors-General's Executive Council........
|Correspondance bet.Govt of India and Govt of Union of SA on Class Areas bill,Paddisson deputation and the cape Townconf.1925/1927||
Telegram from the Secretary to the Government of India, Department of Education, Health and Land, Delhi to the Governor General of the Union of South Africa.....
|Indians and their South African Compatriots||
IN the December issue of THE ROUND T ABLE appeared a brief description of the five points of the Indians' claim in South Africa, with the intimation that the trouble which had been brewing for a considerable time previously had come to a head in the shape of a renewal of passive resistance.
|Report of the Treatment of Indians in the Union of South Africa||
Report by the Government of India on the Resolution passed by the United Nations General Assembly on December 1946
|Memorandum to the members of the Indian and Pakistan delegations attending the Preliminary discussions with the Government of the South Africa||
There are so many forces bearing upon race relations all over the world that one of the greatest dangers to a local problem is to move it from its context on to the world stage where often happens that it is lost or submerged in the larger issues....
|Correspondence between the government of India and the government of the Union of South Africa regarding the position of Indians in South Africa||
We have the honour to address you regarding position of Indian community in South Africa. During last four years it bas frequently formed subject of representations on our part both in its general aspect and with reference to particular measures such Durban and Natal Land....
|Indentured Indians. A Brief History(1860-1910)||
White farmers needed labour on sugar farms.
Natal sugar farmer JAMES SAUNQERS, who had previously owned sugar plantations in MAURITIUS on which he employed Indian labour; strongly motivated for Indian labour to be imported into Natal.