|Letter from a friend to Phyllis Naidoo||
Recently your letters of the 10/3/80 and 21/3 the first was both informative and touching. I shared same with some of my friends and family who were, needless to mention, also named by the contents.
|Memorandum on Epilepsy, Deafness, Blindness and similar Physical Defects submitted to the Natal Indian Judicial Commission||
Gentlemen, 'The Terms of Reference' of your Commission affirm that your enquiry apart from other factors is to enquire into and report upon:-
|Memorandum presented by the Overport Tamil Welfare Society||
We the Undersigned Officials of the Overport Tamil Welfare Society beg to express our grateful thanks to you for affording us this opportunity of submitting....
|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
|ACT to Amend the Transvaal Land Tenure Act, 1932||
|Franchise Rights and Wrongs||
My second impression was of the variety of types that had come together, drawn by this common purpose. As Dr.
|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
|Annexure containing summary of the conclusions reached by the Round Table Conference on the Indian question in South Africa.||
Scheme af assisted emigration (I) Any Indian of 16 years or over may avail himself of the scheme. In case of a family, the decision of the father will bind the wife and minor children under 16 years...
|The Education and Human Resources Development for a New, Non-Racial and Democratic South Africa||
The Education and Human Resources Development for a New, Non-Racial and Democratic South Africa.
|South Africa defies United Nations what next ?||
South Africa defies United Nations what next ?
|THE INDIAN IN SOUTH AFRICA: TOWARDS A SOLUTION OF CONFLICT||
THE INDIAN IN SOUTH AFRICA: TOWARDS A SOLUTION OF CONFLICT
|NATAL MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION - AGENGA - SPECIAL CONFERENCE AT PIETERMARITZBURG - 12th FEBRUARY,1947.||
NATAL MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION - AGENGA - SPECIAL CONFERENCE AT PIETERMARITZBURG - 12th FEBRUARY,1947.
|MINUTES OF COUNCIL-IN-COMMITTEE Meeting held Thursday, 30th January, 1947, at 2.30 p.m.||
MINUTES OF COUNCIL-IN-COMMITTEE
|The Indian in South Africa||
The Position in Durban
|"A man of keen perceptive faculties" : Aboobaker Amod Jhaveri, an "Arab" in Colonial Natal, circa 1872-1887||
Indians arrived in South Africa in two streams. Between 1860 and 1911, a total of 152 184 indentured labourers were introduced into colonial Natal mainly to work on the sugar plantations, though some were employed in other sectors of the economy. This initial flow …
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|Co-operative Planning and Education (Cope)|
|The spirit of small enterprise|
|How to write a CV||
In the second article on job skills, SPEAK looks at how to write a Curriculum Vitae (CV)