Indian high school

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Six teachers who arrived in South Africa on 16 April 1930, from India.

Teachers from India

Speech at Sastri College

This was the first Indian high school and teachers training college built in South Africa

Staff & associates of Sastri College

This was the first Indian High School and Teachers Training College, built in South Africa, was opened in October 1929.

 

Staff & associates of Sastri College

This was the first Indian High School and Teachers Training College, built in South Africa, was opened in October 1929.

Staff & associates of Sastri College

Staff member of an educational institution tucked away in the suburb of Greyville sits Sastri College, one of the province’s most important educational and historical institutions.

Staff and associates at Sastri College

Staff and associates at Sastri College, one of the province’s most important educational and historical institutions. Originally established in 1929 as a secondary school for boys, as well as a teacher’s training Centre, over the years the college has served a variety of different functions

Teacher - Sastri College

Tucked away in the suburb of Greyville sits Sastri College, one of the province’s most important educational and historical institutions.

Teachers of Sastri College

Teachers from the education institution tucked away in the suburb of Greyville sits Sastri College, one of the province’s most important educational and historical institutions.

Tongaat Indian High School Ex Students Club Officials 1960-61

Ex-Students of Tongaat Indian High School

Tongaat Indian High School Staff 1964

Staff of the Tongaat Indian High School

W M Buss headmaster, 1930-1937

WM Buss headmaster at Sastri College during 1930-1937

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