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Low-cost removals: The continuing process: Paper presented at National Conference 1984

Low-cost removals: The continuing process: Paper presented at National Conference on 16 March 1984 discussing forced removals, resettlement, housing, apartheid, land ownership, tenant's rights, rentals.

Lusaka diary
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Makgato and Batlokwa Removals: Notes to be presented to Dr Piet Koornhof, Minister of Co-operation and Development, at an Interview

Makgato and Batlokwa Removals: Notes to be presented to Dr Piet Koornhof, Minister of Co-operation and Development, at an Interview on 22 February 1980 discussing forced removals, employment, tribalism, resettlement, housing, migrant labour, homelands.

MAKING LOW-COST HOUSING PROJECTS MORE ACCESSIBLE FOR PUBLIC TRANSPORT IN ETHEKWINI: WHAT ARE THE COSTS?

It has long been acknowledged and recognised that land use and transport impact on each other in a direct way, and that planning needs to be integrated to ensure sustainable and efficient development.

Making the best of a home-made home
Malice in wonderland
Malukazi issue and KwaZulu policy
Mass Resistance in the Eastern Cape: Paper Presented at National Conference 1986

Mass Resistance in the Eastern Cape: Paper Presented at National Conference on 15 March 1986 discussing State of Emergency, bannings of meetings and organisations, resistance, rent boycotts, police and army brutality and torture, consumer boycotts, reform.

Meeting held in City Hall

Council in Committee

RE: Position of Indians

Proposals by his Worship the Mayor (Councillor R. Ellis Brown J.P.)

Meeting of the Durban General Council of the Dominion Party

At a Meeting of the Durban General Council of the Dominion Party held in Durban on Friday afternoon last the following resolution was passed.....

Memo for General Purposes Committee. Indian Penetration into European Areas

In 1933 the Town Council applied for the following powers for the Borough of Durban by a draft Ordinance which:

Memorandum - Indian Penetration and Trading

The following is a copy of a letter dated 26th September 1959 received from the Executors in the Estate

Memorandum - Indian Penetrations : More facts
Memorandum for City Council's Representatives on Lawrence Committee dated 18th May 1942

Re: Lawrence Committee

Your letter of the 18th March 1941 addressed to Mr S Rustomjee of the Natal Indian Association has been referred to me.

Memorandum for Council-In-Committee. Draft Residential Property Regulation Ordinance

The attached memorandum covering a copy of the Draft Residential Regulation Ordinance No. 20/1944 and the amendments thereto as suggested by the Executive Committee....

Memorandum for General Purpose Committee. Interview ith Prime Minister re: Draft Occupation Control

The Council on 9th July 1944 appointed a deputation to wait on the Right Hon. the Prime Minister for the purpose of enabling the views of the.....

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,

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