|City Treasurer's Department to the Natal Indian Judicial Commission||
Re: Natal Indian Judicial Commission
With reference to your latter of the 8th instant enclosing copy of preliminary statement submitted to the above Commission....
|City Valuator and Estates Manager on the Natal Indian Judicial Commission||
In reply to your letter of the 3rd October last, forwarding Memorandum on Civic Status dated the 22nd September 1944 prepared by Natal Indian Congress...
|Commentary by City and Water Engineers Department and Memorandum by the Natal Indian Congress||
The following comments refer to the several documents forwarded to this Department prior to their submission to the Indian Judicial Commission.....
|Commission of Enquiry into matters affecting te Indian Population of Natal||
I am in receipt of your letter of the 23rd instant furnishing me with copy of the terms of reference of the above....
|Copy - F.N. Broome correspondence. Natal Indian Judicial Commission||
At a meeting of the Commission held on the 3rd November, 1944, the Indian situation as it had then developed was discussed by the Commission. The Commission came to a unanimous decision that a Provincial body, namely the Post War Works and Reconstruction Commission had been conducting an
|Draft Memorandum to Sub Committee Re. Legislation Re. Indian Penetration||
Draft Memorandum to Sub Committee Re Legislation Re Indian Penetration
|Extract from minutes of General Purposes Committee||
Asiatic Penetration: The Town Clerk read to the meeting letters received.....
|Extracts from the Broome Commission Report : 1941|
|Extracts from the Minutes of the City Council meeting||
As is already known to the City Council, the Natal Indian Judicial Commission has been appointed by the Union Government with the following terms of reference:
|First Memorandum and Schedules and Final statements and Schedules of the Natal Indian Congress submitted to The Hon. Justice F N Broome, K.C., M.C.,|
|Indian Penetration Commission Annexure to Memorandum: Schedule of Sellers of Properties referred to in schedule A||
Schedule of Sellers of Properties referred to in schedule A.
|Indian Penetration Commission. Annexure to Memorandum : Agreed list of properties to be deleted from annexure A to the City Council's Memoranda||
Agreed list of properties to be deleted fom Annexure A to the City Council's Memoranda.......
|Indian Penetration Commission. Annexure to Memorandum: Reference to Durban Corporation...||
Reference Durban Corporation Annexure E...
|Indian Penetration Commission. List of Properties sold by the Durban Corporation in respect of unpaid rates||
List of Properties sold by the Durban Corporation in respect of unpaid rates.
|Indian Penetration Commission. Proposed question by the Natal Indian Congress to Durban Corporation officials and witnesses||
Proposed question by the Natal Indian Congress to Durban Corporation officials and witnesses
|Indians in South Africa|
|Letter from the City Health Department on the Natal Indian Judicial Commission||
In reply to your letter dated 24th November 1944, relative to the above, I beg to comment as follows:
|Memorandum for General Purpose Committee. Natal Judicial Commission||
1. In connection with the appointment of the Natal Indian Judicial Commission to enquire into and report upon matters affecting the Indian community in the Province of Natal, the city Council at its meeting on 9th June, 1944, adopted the following......
|Memorandum for General purposes Committee. Appointment of Natal Indian Commission||
The following have been announced as the terms of reference of the Natal Indian Commission (comprising Mr. Justice Broome, Senator the Hon. D.G. Shepstone, Mr. W~. Power, M.E.C.!, Mr. S.R. Naidoo and Mr. A.I. Kajee) which has been appointed by the Government....
|Memorandum for the Natal Indian Commission by the City Medical Officer of Health||
Health of the Durban Indian population is conditioned mainly by their
(a) economic status and (b) housing. All other factors, though important, are subsidiary,