|Apartheid and the Law|
|Boewe in bakkies|
|Cape Provincial Administration to resettle farm dwellers||
Article relating to the re-settling of farm dwellers evicted from Wolseley Estate, Kei Road by the Cape Provincial Administration's community services office
|Enterprise and Exploitation in a Victorian Colony: Aspects of the Economic and Social History of Colonial Natal||
This pioneer economic and social history brings together specialized research in the form of twelve essays dealing with closely intermeshed themes: harbour and railway development, the ecology of Natal, ruthless exploitation of its human and natural resources, and the consequences of Indian immig
|Fighting Talk Volume 16 Number 5 June 1962||
|From a South African Farmer|
|Hurbans and Kassie Families||
Families from Tongaat
|Kei Road farmers sabotage meeting claims priest||
Newspaper article relating to the Kei Road Farmers Association meeting held to discuss farm dwellers' evictions.
|Letter from Hutton and Cook Attorneys addressed to A.W. Goodyear||
Letter from Hutton and Cook Attorneys representing Sidney Knott owner of Lyndhurst farm addressed to A.W. Goodyear protesting against the squatter camp on Mr Goodyear's farm which was adjacent to Knott's farm
|Letter from Jennifer Davis to Phyllis Naidoo||
Today it is intellectually fashionable to dismiss Africa as the continent of pestilence and ethnic conflict. A respected African American journalist even expresses gratitude that, because of slavery, he was born in America instead of Africa.
|Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to Carol and Bud||
What a surprise - a letter from Carol. Thank you for taking time from your busy schedule. I am glad that Zuma opened you up. Yes I am so proud that people can rise above their awful circumstances and then contribute to the common good.
|Letter from Susan to Phyllis Naidoo.||
Letter from Susan to Phyllis Naidoo.
|Natal Sugar Belt||
The Natal Coastal Belt,owing to its peculiar environment and comparative isolation from the remainder of the country, presents ... rise until 1960, and absolute decline only occurred in ... the North coast, twenty-seven sugar mills were in opera-.
|The African on the farm|
|The New serfdom|
|The Non-Europeans on the land|