|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.....
|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.
|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.
|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.
|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.
|South Africans for Peace issued by the Peace Council of South Africa|
|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.
|Sources and Issues in the History of South Africa's small towns||
There are few histories of South African towns and many of them are acts of religious, familial, racial piety
|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.
|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.
|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.
|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....
|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.
|Single men's hostels, Cape Town||
Photograph showing two men sitting in one of the single men's hostels, Cape Town.
|Shelter for all|
|Sharing the land|
|Segregation of Indians in South Africa. Swami Bhawani Dayal's interview to the 'National Call' of Delhi.||
The present demand by certain Europeans for the segregation of the Indian Community is no new development in the party politics of South Africa. A similar agitation which has been raised in the country in an intense form during the years 1918 and 1920
|Secretarial Circular - Draft Ordinance to replace the Pegging||
The first item for discussion on the Agenda at next Friday's meeting of the Executive is the Draft....
|Second Session of the Tenth Council. Administrators speech on the Draft Occupation Control Ordinance||
As I stated yesterday, it is my intention at a later stage to move that this Draft Ordinance should be referred....
|Second Report of General purposes Committee||
The City Council on 23m June, 1944, authorized that Standing Counsel (Mr. Advocate F. R. Shaw, K.C.).....