|Various Correspondence on the Draft Occupation Control Ordinance||
E C Wilkes, Esq, M. P. C. papers
I have been instructed to inform you that on behalf of the Ratepayers' Associations of Durban it is requested that before any final decision be taken with regard to....
|Record of the proceedings at the December Quarterly meeting of the Executive at Pietermaritzburg||
Vol 37. File No 174(14) N2250
Mr Buchan said this was a peculiar state of affairs. All Towns had been asked to stay their hands, and yet there was to be a two years wait. There was much confusion resulting from this state and he formally moved:,
|ACT TO Amend the laws relating to occupation and acquisition of land in the Province of the Transvaal by Asiatics and Coloured persons and to provide for matters incidental thereto.||
BE IT ENACTED by the King's Most Excellent Majesty, the Senate and the House of Assembly of the Union of South Africa, as follows-:
|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.
|Indian Problem Survey - Property held in Natal||
A full survey of the South African Indian problem was given that night to the Durban Library group by Mr W P M Henderson ex.Town Clerk of Durban.
|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
|The Chairman and Members of the Indian Colonization Enquiry Committee||
Government of India, Indian Delegation, Indian Indenture Labour, Housing, Education, Indian Immigration, Relief Act, employment, Trade Industry
|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%.....
|Areas Reservation and Immigration and Registration (Further Provision) Bill, 1925.||
Commerce, Immigrants regulations, Mr Gandhi, Asiatics, Areas Reservation
|Thornton Commission Report||
Enquiry into Sanitary and Housing Conditions of Indians in and around Durban
|Natal Indian Congress Indian Penetration Commission||
The Provincial Administration under cover of the letter dated the 16th instant has forwarded for the assent of his Royal Highness the Governor General under Section 90 of the South Africa Act and Ordinance.....
|Memorandum to the members of the Indian and Pakistan delegations attending the Preliminary discussions with the Government of the South Africa||
There are so many forces bearing upon race relations all over the world that one of the greatest dangers to a local problem is to move it from its context on to the world stage where often happens that it is lost or submerged in the larger issues....
|Letter to the High Commissioner fro India||
The Secretary to the
High Commissioner of India
P O Box 1245
|Memorandum of the Natal Indian Association||
In conformity with your wishes as manifested by the Terms of Reference there was honest and in many cases successful attempt of the part of the representatives of the Association on the Lawrence Committee to dissuade Indians from purchasing properties in what are regarded as predominantly Europea
|JOINT COMMITTEE OF THE DURBAN CITY COUNCIL AND NATAL INDIAN ASSOCIATION AT THE REQUEST OF THE HONOURABLE THE MINISTER OF THE INTERIOR||
The City Council's representatives upon the Joint Committee will observe that there has been included in the agenda of the first meeting, as the second item of the Committee's business, the item "Arrangement of Procedure etc."
|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 - 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
|Minutes of the City Council dated 5th June 1942||
NOTICE CONVENING THE MEETING.
The Town Clerk read the notice convening the meeting. Noted.
Confirmation of minutes.
That the minutes of the meetings of the City Council held on 24th April and 8th May, 1942, as circulated, be and the........
|Minutes of the City Council dated 21st September 1942||
City Council Minutes dated September, 21st 1942
|Extract from Minutes of the Durban City Council (Meeting held on 22 December 1941)||
Extract from Minutes of the Durban City Council (Meeting held on 22 December 1941)