Natal Indian Congress

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Natal Indian Congress

Founders of Natal Indian Congress

Natal Indian Congress (NIC)

The NIC (Natal Indian Congress) was the first of the Indian Congresses to be formed. It was established in 1894 by Mahatma Gandhi to fight discrimination against Indian traders in Natal.

Natal Indian Congress - The Significance of Its Revival
Natal Indian Judicial Commission

Natal Indian Judicial Commission - Memoranda.......

New Age Vol.5 No.658 Nov. 1958
Newspaper articles - Indian Penetration
Newspaper cuttings

Moosa Hajee Cassim Charities Trust - Newspaper cuttings

Passive Resistance - 50th Anniversary

Exactly 50 years ago to this day, a gallant group of men and women defied the latest racist laws inflicted upon one of our disenfranchised peoples.

Preliminary Statement to the Natal Indian Judicial Commission

We the officials of the Natal Indian Congress an organization representing the Indian Community of Natal beg to submit this.....

Presidential Speech of Mr M.A. Motala, delivered at mass meeting under the auspices of the Natal Indian Congress to Protest against the Trading and Occupation of land(Transvaal and Natal) Restriction Bill

Presidential Speech of Mr M.A. Motala, delivered at mass meeting under the auspices of the Natal Indian Congress to Protest against the Trading and Occupation of land(Transvaal and Natal) Restriction Bill

Reflections on the political situation in South Africa

Opening address by the Chairperson of the Natal Indian Congress at the 57th Annual Congress of the National Union of South African Students, Durban, November 1979.

Robert Resha, Walter Sisulu and Yusuf Cachalia

Robert Resha, Walter Sisulu and Yusuf Cachalia

South Africa confers & Indian delegation on the conference.

Round table conference

Statement issued by the Natal Indian Congress

The prime responsibility for the serious and unprecedented wave of violence in Durban leading to the loss of hundreds of lives and mass destruction of Statement issued by the Natal Indian Congress...

Statement issued by the Seaview/Bellair branch of the Natal Indian Congress

Gentlemen, On the 30th April, 1944 a sub committee specially appointed to prepare a statement on the grievances of the Indian people of the district met and the deliberation of this committee are set below.....

The Chairman and Members of the Indian Colonization Enquiry Committee

Government of India, Indian Delegation, Indian Indenture Labour, Housing, Education, Indian Immigration, Relief Act, employment, Trade Industry

The Honourable the Minister of Public Health

Enquiry into Santiary and Housing conditions of Indians in and around Durban

The Natal Indian Congress
United front against Durban Group Areas Plan

Representatives of the Indian people who appeared at the Group Areas inquiry were, from the left: Dr. G. Lowen Q.C., who represented the Greyville Indian Ratepayers' Organisation; Mr. Dhanpal Naidoo, Secretary of the Greyville Ratepayers; Mr. J . N.

We don't want Education Apartheid

Indian Youth Demonstrate at School

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