|Civil Rights News Letter, Vol. XIII No.7 Issued 2 September 1966|
|Coloured Cadets Bill|
|Coloured Persons Communal Reserves Act, Act No 3 of 1961||
The Act was to apply the Mission Stations and Communal Reserves Act 1909, of the Cape of Good Hope, to coloured persons settlement areas within the meaning of the Coloured Persons Settlement Areas (Cape) Act, 1930, to repeal the latter Act and to provide for matters incidental thereto.
|Commentary by City and Water Engineers Department and Memorandum by the Natal Indian Congress||
The following comments refer to the several documents forwarded to this Department prior to their submission to the Indian Judicial Commission.....
|Commission of Inquiry regarding possible Indian Penetration for Trading or Residential Purposes of predominantly European Areas in Natal and the Transvaal|
This month will see witch-hunting taken a stage further in South Africa with the publication by the Minister of Justice of the names of persons so far banned or named in terms of the Suppression of Communism Act.
|Community Land Conference: Land Charter|
|Compensation laws in South Africa|
|Compensation under the second schedule of the Workmen`s Compensation Act|
|Congress Policy on Segregation|
|Copy of ACT NO 35 of 1943 from Union Gazette Extraordinary|
|Copy of Original Draft of Cable from Field Marshall the Right Honourable J C Smuts to his Excellency the Viceroy of India....|
|Corporation of the City of Durban||
Sir, The proposed withdrawal from operation of the trading and occupation of land.....
|Correspondence to Minister of Interior and Public Health on Expropriation of Indian owned land|
|Correspondence to the Minister of the Interior - Indian Problem|
|Criminal Law Amendment Act, No 8 of 1953||
The Act was to provide for increased penalties for offences committed under certain circumstances; to prohibit the offer or acceptance of financial or other assistance for any organized resistance against the laws of the Union; and to provide for matters incidental thereto
|Cultural Weapons: Why Lift the 99-Year Ban at Peak of Conflict?|
|Dear Sirs: re: The Advocate-General Bill|
|Deaths of people in detention under security laws|