Natal Indian Congress
|Circular from N. Pityana to all SRC's and local committees||
A circular stating the facts surrounding the controversy between the South African Students' Organisation (SASO) and the Natal Indian Congress (NIC)
|Colonial born Indian Conference - 1925.||
The Colonial-Born Indian group photograph
|Copies of Correspondence between Natal Indian Congress and the Durban City Council in connection with the City Council's proposal for Round Table Discussion Re: Appointment of Indian Affairs Advisory Sub-Committee||
As you are no doubt aware the City Council has prepared its plan for the development of the City of Durban.....
|Copy of Annexure to Secretarial Report of the Corporation of the City Council of Durban||
I have to refer to your letter of 8th instant on the above subject....
|Copy of Letter to the Durban City Council from the Natal Indian Congress||
Durban City Council, Natal Indian Congress, Municipal franchise, Recreation amenities, Civic amenities, education, housing
|Corporation of the City of Durban - City Valuator and Estates Manager||
The Town Clerk, Durban
Re: Asiatic Encroachment
|Correspondence from the Durban City Council to the Natal Indian Congress||
In a statement you made to the Press the following day you welcomed and accepted His Worship's offer....
|Delegates of the South African Indian Conference||
South African Indian Congress
|Delegates to the S. A. Indian Congress (1930) - Emergency Conference||
The South African Indian Congress was an organisation founded in 1921 in Natal, South Africa. The congress is famous for its strong participation by Mahatma Gandhi and other prominent South African Indian figures during the time
|Estates Department on the Natal Indian Judicial Commission||
Memo. by Natal Indian Congress on Housing.
|Gandhi in Pretoria||
At the meeting held in the Empire Theater in Johannesburg, Gandhi introduced the idea of Satyagraha resistance through non-cooperative, non-violent action and sacrifice.
|Gandhi: the South African Experience||
Without the challenges, the trials, and the opportunities that his South African experience brought him, it is unlikely that his personality and politics could have ...
|INDIAN OPINION 1950-1961||
Indian Opinion, a weekly newspaper, was first established and produced by Mohandas Gandhi ("Mahatma"), M.H. Nazar and Madanjit Viyavaharik in 1903 in the Natal Province. The newspaper focused on Indian rights, poor living conditions of indentured labourers and racial discrimination.
|Indian Opinion No. 23-26 Vol. 38 Friday, 7th - 28th June 1940||
Indian Opinion No. 23-26 Vol. 38 Friday, 7th - 28th June 1940
|Indian Opinion Vol.48 No.40 Oct 1950|
|Indian Opinion Vol.49 No.40 Oct 1951|
|Indian Opinion Vol.50 No.42 Nov 1952|
|Indian Opinion Vol.50 No.43 Nov 1952|
|Indian Opinion Vol.52 No.45 Nov 1954|
|Indian Opinion Vol.52 No.6 Feb 1954|