|Single men's hostels, Cape Town||
Photograph showing two men sitting in one of the single men's hostels, Cape Town.
|Single men's hostels, part of the Cape Town housing schemes||
Photograph showing a group of men sitting in one of the men's hostels common room, part of Cape Town's housing scheme.
|Smuts replies to Indians. Pegging Remains for Time Being. Ordinance Deferred||
The Government has decided to advise that assent be reserved on the Natal Residential Property Regulations Ordinance....
|Some Factors Relating to Squatter Settlements in Durban: Paper presented at National Conference 1979||
Some Factors Relating to Squatter Settlements in Durban- Paper presented at National Conference on 14 March 1979 discussing human rights, squatter areas, Malukazi and Clermont: two squatter areas, forced removals, urban settlement, land ownership, demographics and statistics.
|Some thoughts on housing in South Africa: Paper presented at the Black Sash National Conference 1975||
Some tThoughts on tousing in South Africa- Paper presented at the Black Sash National Conference on 11 March 1975, discussing: Blacks banned from home ownership, apartheid, slums, hostels, homelands, separate development, pass laws.
|Soshanguve: preliminary paper: paper presented at National Conference 1984||
Soshanguve: preliminary paper: paper presented at National Conference on 17 March 1984 discussing administration and control of Soshanguve, who may live there, legislation, housing, employment, pensions, case histories.
|South African Party Policy||
It has been represented to the Government that, in Durban and elsewhere, you have a White part of the town, and an Indian with sufficient wealth buys a house right in the middle of that area and thereby depreciates the property in the neighbourhood.
|Speak - the voice of the community||
Speak: the voice of the community, published by the Speak Community Newspaper Project, reflected the Transvaal communities' struggle against relocations, shack demolitions and evictions.
|Squatters and Housing: Paper presented at National Conference 1983||
Squatters and Housing: Paper presented at National Conference on 12 March 1983 discussing forced removals, housing, squatting, resettlement, destruction of shacks.
|Squatters in the Western Cape- Conference Paper presented at National Conference 1978||
Squatters in the Western Cape- Conference Paper presented at National Conference on 16 March 1978 discussing housing, demolishing of squatter camps, Bantu Affairs Administration Board, legal aid.
|Squatting in the Peri-urban Areas of Metropolitan Cape Town: Paper Presented at the Black Sash National Conference 1989||
Squatting in the Peri-urban Areas of Metropolitan Cape Town: Paper Presented at the Black Sash National Conference on 03 March 1989 discussing urbanisation, squatting, housing, unemployment, legal access to land, social conditions in squatter areas, forced removals.
|Statement issued by the Seaview/Bellair branch of the Natal Indian Congress||
Gentlemen, On the 30th April, 1944 a sub committee specially appointed to prepare a statement on the grievances of the Indian people of the district met and the deliberation of this committee are set below.....
|Statement submitted by Natal Indian Association|
|STATEMENT SUBMITTED BY THE NATAL INDIAN ORGANISATION TO THf CHAIRMAN AI\lD MEMBFRS OF THE JUDICIAL COMMISSION APPOINTED TO ENQUIRE. INTO THE DURBAN RIOTS 19499TED T(1949)||
The Indians of Durban are still bewildered and stunned by the convulsion of two weeks ago ”” one fierce burst of terror which lasted from Friday afternoon, January 14, to Saturday morning, January 15.
|Statistics on properties of Indians - 1944/1952|
|Students demand accomodation|
|Suggested Solutions for the Durban situation - 1943|
|Swami Bhawani Dayal Sannyasi's Statement||
Swami Bhawani Dayal Sannyasi's Statement
|Sydenham - Durban||
Sydenham is a suburb west of central Durban, South Africa.
|The Blach Sash Natal Coastal Advice Office Annual Report to National Conference 1978||
Natal Coastal Advice Office Annual Report to National Conference on 14 March 1978 discussing case statistics, apartheid, legislation, work permits and contract workers, pay disputes, housing, unemployment insurance fund, legal aid.