|Public Housing and Patterns of Family Life: Indian Families in Metropolitan Durban||
To speak of 'the family' and 'housing' is akin to speaking of 'the dancer' and 'the dance'. Their ties, their oneness, and their otherness are endless. In our experience they often seem one; in our thinking they can be separated and joined in endless patterns.
|Letter from Pam and Cyril to Phyllis Naidoo.||
Letter from Pam and Cyril to Phyllis Naidoo.
|Letter from a Friend to Phyllis Naidoo.||
Letter from a Friend to Phyllis Naidoo.
|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.
|Civil Rights News Letter, Vol. XX No.1 Issued 31 January 1973|