GROUP AREAS ACT
|An Explanation of the Group Areas Act, 1950||
OBJECT OF THE ACT
|ANC Meeting in Sophiatown||
Residents of Sophiatown hold regular meetings in an attempt to coordinate the resistance to the impending forced removals
|Black Sash members demonstrating against the Group Areas Act||
Reproduction 7.5 x 11
|City councillor calls group areas act "immoral"||
Newspaper cuttings on Group Areas Act
|Civil Rights News Letter, August 1958|
|Eldorado Park - Kliptown|
|Enquiry into sanitary and housing conditions of Indians in and around Durban||
Memorandum to the Honourable the Minister of Public Health
Gopallal Hurbans was a sugar cane farmer and vice-president of the Natal Indian Congress. He was also the chairman of the Natal Vigilance Committee which protested against the Group Areas Act.
|Hurbans and Kassie Families||
Families from Tongaat
|India has the right to intervene||
Newspaper article in the Leader newspaper
|Indian information service||
Indian information service.
|Indians an asset to South Africa||
Group areas act article
|Interview with Pat McKenzie, conducted by Pat Merrett|
|Interview with Yunus Mahomed, conducted by J Seekings|
|Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to Sanderson Meyer's||
Sanderson Meyer 's Just pay up and buy your salvation treatment of the TRC business hearing is under reply. I wish to remind you Sir that the newspapers housed in Osborne Street (their forbears) paid R4million for the building that you conduct your business from.
|Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to The British High Commissioner||
THe Leader of the 15th August 1997 has some refreshing news of your office. Shaik Belal Hassan who died aboard the British battleship HMS Trent in 1918, your office buried in the Riverside cemetery.
|Letters to the Editor at the Daily News||
Letters to the Editor at the Daily News
|Map showing all the areas for various race groups in Durban||
Group Areas Map