|Memorandum for City Council's Representatives on Lawrence Committee dated 18th May 1942||
Re: Lawrence Committee
Your letter of the 18th March 1941 addressed to Mr S Rustomjee of the Natal Indian Association has been referred to me.
|Indians in the Union of South Africa||
Indians in the Union of South Africa
|Interim Report of Commission of Enquiry into matters affecting the Indian population of the Province of Natal||
Interim Report of Commission of Enquiry into matters affecting the Indian population of the Province of Natal.
|The Indian in South Africa. Pamphlets.||
THE POSITION IN DURBAN
|Memorandum submitted to the City Council Durban in respect of improvement in housing farming and other such amenities.||
Memorandum submitted to the City Council Durban in respect of improvement in housing farming and other such amenities.
|Town Clerks Memorandum from Indian Affairs Advisory Sub-Committee||
Town Clerks Memorandum from Indian Affairs Advisory Sub-Committee
|Town Clerks Memorandum for Council in Committee. Asiatic land Tenure Act : Proposed Amendment of Chapter 1||
Town Clerks Memorandum for Council in Committee. Asiatic land Tenure Act : Proposed Amendment of Chapter 1.
|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
|General purpose committee :- Natal Municipal Association - Indian Franchise to be Discussed||
General purpose committee :-
Natal Municipal Association - Indian Franchise to be Discussed.
|MINUTES OF COUNCIL-IN-COMMITTEE Meeting held Thursday, 30th January, 1947, at 2.30 p.m.||
MINUTES OF COUNCIL-IN-COMMITTEE
|MINUTES OF COUNCIL-IN-COMMITTEE - Plan to provide a separt eassembly for the separate areas||
The Schedule to the Asiatic Land Tenure Act sets aside certain areas in Durban in which Indians are entitled to deal freely in property, buying, selling and occupying it without restriction. The areas so demarcated are, in general, those in which Indians already predominate.
|THE INDIAN QUESTION REPATRIATION||
THE INDIAN QUESTION REPATRIATION
|MINUTES OF COUNCIL-IN-COMMITTEE||
MINUTES OF COUNCIL-IN-COMMITTEE
Meeting held Wednesday, 8th January, 1947, at 2.30 p.m.
|Meeting held in City Hall||
Council in Committee
RE: Position of Indians
Proposals by his Worship the Mayor (Councillor R. Ellis Brown J.P.)
|Indian Opinion No. 49-51 Vol. 39 Friday, 5th - 26th November 1941||
Indian Opinion No. 49-51 Vol. 39 Friday, 5th - 26th November 1941
|Indian Opinion No. 44-47 Vol. 39 Friday, 7th - 28th November 1941||
Indian Opinion No. 44-47 Vol. 39 Friday, 7th - 28th November 1941
|University Report: BBC African Service, no. 187, 1972|
|A SOCIO~RELIGIOUS SURVEY OF CHATSWORTH||
Background: Religious Traditions and Change The history of the great religious traditions is an evolutionary one. Over the centuries and in different localities they have adapted themselves to meet the needs of changing circumstances.
Land, Borough of Port Shepstone
|Borough of Dundee||
Dundee - Borough in the Northern Natal