Natal Indian Congress

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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

Documents of the African National Congress, Natal Indian Congress, Transvaal Indian Congress and the Non-European movement and the Indian
Draft Constitution of the Natal Indian Congress submitted for consideration to the Special General meeting of the Congress held at Durban on the 12 June 1938

Draft Constitution

Draft Constitution of the Natal Indian Congress submitted for consideration to the Special General meeting of the Congress held at Durban on the 12 June 1938

Draft Constitution

Draft Resolution - Group Areas Conference held at Durban on the 5th and 6th May 1956

Group Areas Act

Draft resolution submitted to Annual Provincial Conference of the Natal Indian Congress held in Durban

Draft Resolution

Draft resolutions submitted to the provincial conference of the Natal Indian Congress held in Durban

Darft Resolution

Estates Department on the Natal Indian Judicial Commission

Dear Sir,

Memo. by Natal Indian Congress on Housing.
In reply to your letter of the 3rd ultimo, bearing on the above subject, I have to tender the following :

Expropriation Merebank/Wentworth North Extension Housing Scheme

The attention of my Congress has been drawn to.....

Extract from the Natal Indian Congress Constitution - Rule applying to Branch Congress

Rules of the NIC

Final statement and schedules on the subject of Alleged Indian Penetration into predominantly European areas

N.I.C.

FOCUS ON FORCED REMOVALS

70th A NNIVERSARY OF 1913 LAND ACT

Future of race relations in South Africa
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 ...

General Secretary's report on the Natal Indian Congress for the period June 1948 till June 1949

Report of the N.I.C. 1948-1949

Genisis of Apartheid submitted by the Transvaal Indian Congress

Freedom in our Lifetime....

Governemt to take the first step

From ou political correspondence

Immigrants Appeal Board

In the Supreme Court of South Africa.....

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