|Corporation of the City of Durban - City Valuator and Estates Manager||
The Town Clerk, Durban
Re: Asiatic Encroachment
|Corporation of the City of Durban - 4th May 1940||
In reply to your letter of the 1st instant asking whether there are any choice building sites available for Indian Community within the Old Borough Area I would mention that the only land falling within the definition of that about which the inquiry is centred lies in the Umgeni and Stella Distri
|Corporation of the City of Durban - 2nd April 1940||
The property mentioned in the complaint is 10, Lanyon Grove. It was transferred to Estate Ebrahim on the 24th November, 1930.
|Corporation of the City of Durban||
Sir, The proposed withdrawal from operation of the trading and occupation of land.....
|Copy ot the Class Areas Bill||
From the above statistical statements it will be seen that while the European population of Natal has increased since 1911 to 40% the Asiatic population has only increased by 0.5%.....
|Copy of Original Draft of Cable from Field Marshall the Right Honourable J C Smuts to his Excellency the Viceroy of India....|
|Copy of Letter to the Durban City Council from the Natal Indian Congress||
Durban City Council, Natal Indian Congress, Municipal franchise, Recreation amenities, Civic amenities, education, housing
|Copy of Annexure to Secretarial Report of the Corporation of the City Council of Durban||
I have to refer to your letter of 8th instant on the above subject....
|Copy of ACT NO 35 of 1943 from Union Gazette Extraordinary|
|Copy Evidence submitted to the Natal Indian Judicial Commission by Pastor J T Duplessis Missionary to the Indians of Natal under the Auspices of the Apostolic Faith Mission of S.A.||
The views expressed in this Memorandum need not necessarily be subscribed to by the Executive Council of the Apostolic Faith Mission.. They are the personal views and convictions of the Missionary_
|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
|Copies of Correspondence between Natal Indian Congress and the Durban City Council in connection with the City Council's proposal for Round Table Discussion Re: Appointment of Indian Affairs Advisory Sub-Committee||
As you are no doubt aware the City Council has prepared its plan for the development of the City of Durban.....
|Congress Policy on Segregation|
|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
|Commission of Inquiry regarding possible Indian Penetration for Trading or Residential Purposes of predominantly European Areas in Natal and the Transvaal|
|Commission of Enquiry into matters affecting the Indian Population of the Province of Natal||
It is hereby notified that is Excellency the Officer Administering the Government has been pleased to appoint.....
|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....
|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.....
|CLAIRWOOD ·. A SURVEY OF A COMMUNITY||
If one were to drive to Clairwood on a Saturday morning and simply observe the street scenes, one would form a spectrum of impressions. Some people are shopping, others are taking a walk, or talking to friends, family or neighbours....
Memorandum on areas of legislation which impact on the lives of people. Includes areassuch as influx control, employees/migrants, housing, transport, health, education, sports and recreation.