|CONFIRMATION OF TELEGRAPHED SUMMONS TO ATTEND A SPECIAL MEETING OF THE ASSOCIATION ON THE QUESTION OF THE INDIAN REPRESENTATION TO BE HELD AT PIETERMARITZBURG||
NATAL MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION : OFFICIAL RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS AT THE SPECIAL CONFERENCE OF THE ASSOCIATION HELD IN THE CITY HALL, DURBAN, ON FRIDAY THE 24th JANUARY 1947
|General purpose committee :- Natal Municipal Association - Indian Franchise to be Discussed||
General purpose committee :-
Natal Municipal Association - Indian Franchise to be Discussed.
|MINUTES OF COUNCIL-IN-COMMITTEE Meeting held Thursday, 30th January, 1947, at 2.30 p.m.||
MINUTES OF COUNCIL-IN-COMMITTEE
|MINUTES OF COUNCIL-IN-COMMITTEE - Plan to provide a separt eassembly for the separate areas||
The Schedule to the Asiatic Land Tenure Act sets aside certain areas in Durban in which Indians are entitled to deal freely in property, buying, selling and occupying it without restriction. The areas so demarcated are, in general, those in which Indians already predominate.
|THE INDIAN QUESTION REPATRIATION||
THE INDIAN QUESTION REPATRIATION
|MINUTES OF COUNCIL-IN-COMMITTEE||
MINUTES OF COUNCIL-IN-COMMITTEE
Meeting held Wednesday, 8th January, 1947, at 2.30 p.m.
|Meeting held in City Hall||
Council in Committee
RE: Position of Indians
Proposals by his Worship the Mayor (Councillor R. Ellis Brown J.P.)
|Indian Opinion No. 49-51 Vol. 39 Friday, 5th - 26th November 1941||
Indian Opinion No. 49-51 Vol. 39 Friday, 5th - 26th November 1941
|Indian Opinion No. 44-47 Vol. 39 Friday, 7th - 28th November 1941||
Indian Opinion No. 44-47 Vol. 39 Friday, 7th - 28th November 1941
|University Report: BBC African Service, no. 187, 1972|
|A SOCIO~RELIGIOUS SURVEY OF CHATSWORTH||
Background: Religious Traditions and Change The history of the great religious traditions is an evolutionary one. Over the centuries and in different localities they have adapted themselves to meet the needs of changing circumstances.
Land, Borough of Port Shepstone
|Borough of Dundee||
Dundee - Borough in the Northern Natal
|CHATSWORTH COMMUNITY & RESEARCH CENTRE||
PROBLEM FAMILIES IN HOUSING
ANNUAL REPORT FOR THE PERIOD APRIL 1974 TO MARCH 1975
|“SOCIAL JUSTICE AND POVERTY IN INANDA”||
Inanda was entirely rural until the 1950’s. Thereafter because of drought and apartheid policy which aimed at undermining indigenous people from rural areas, people could not cope with the pressure exerted upon them by these situations.
|The History of the Asiatic Bazaar in Pretoria (1885 - 1914)||
The main focus of this study is on the historical development of the Indian "Asiatic Bazaar" of Pretoria and its inhabitants between 1885 and 1914. In chapter one a general background on the nature of the indentured system as it operated in the nineteenth century, and.....
|A socio-economic and land-use survey of Umzinto North||
In 1974 the Town Board of Umzinto North was established which brought Park Rynie and Umzinto jointly under the local government of Umzinto North. The new status presented Indian administrators and local residents with considerable challenges.
|A Socio-economic Study of a Site and Service Scheme in Durban (Tintown)||
In 1959 the Durban City Council established a "site and service scheme" at Springfield Flats, on the southern bank of the Umgeni River, to provide alternative accommodation for Indian families whose illegal shacks had been declared a health hazard by the Medical Officer of Health.
|LOW-COST HOUSING LOCATION IN SOUTH AFRICAN CITIES: EMPIRICAL FINDINGS ON COSTS AND BENEFITS||
Low-cost housing delivery in South Africa is largely occurring at low densities on the urban peripheries where land is cheap, but where infrastructure and transport costs are often thought to be higher.