|Public Housing and Patterns of Family Life: Indian Families in Metropolitan Durban||
To speak of 'the family' and 'housing' is akin to speaking of 'the dancer' and 'the dance'. Their ties, their oneness, and their otherness are endless. In our experience they often seem one; in our thinking they can be separated and joined in endless patterns.
|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.
|Rental Survey : Springfield||
This report is based on the findings of a survey conducted in September and October 1971, to establish the social and economic circumstances of a sample of tenants of the Springfield sub-economic housing scheme....
|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....
|HOUSING ASPIRATIONS IN THE 'COLOURED' COMMUNITY OF DURBAN||
Despite an increasing interest in the 'Coloured' community of Durban, especially in the area of social problems experienced, little has yet appeared relating to the aspirations of the community.
|CRIMINAL VICTIMISATION AND HOUSING IN CATO MANOR||
The Cato Manor area has a long history as a point of contention. The vibrant Indian and African community that had settled in the area was forcibly removed in 1955, and the land lay vacant for many years.
|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.
|Jobs and living||
|Rents: paying for incorporation|
|Reprieves: The Huhudi and Leandra reprieves|
|TRAC (Transvaal Rural Action Committee) Newsletter Number 6 April 1985|
|Crossroads: From Confrontation to Co-Option|
|Free enterprise and home ownership: Mitchell`s Plain style|
|Housing and the low income groups|
|Malice in wonderland|
|Legislated oppression: Black housing in Natal|
|Making the best of a home-made home|