|SAIC and DIO- various Memoranda and reports 1946 to 1948||
Statement of the South African Indian Congress
|Report of deputation to J C Smuts||
President and members......
|Demonstration Against Malan||
Students are reknowned as pickets the world over.....
|Press Statement - South African Indian Congress Conference||
Conference - SAIC
|A UNITED RESISTANCE OF THE INDIAN PEOPLE AGAINST APARTHEID||
A UNITED RESISTANCE OF THE INDIAN PEOPLE AGAINST APARTHEID WILL BE THE MAIN TASK OF THE NE W OFFICIALS OF THE SOUTH AFRICAN.......
|Secretary of the South African Indian Congress has not resigned||
Durban today states that he has not resigned.......
|South African Indian Congress Conference held in Durban on the 17th, 18th and 19th September 1948||
This Eighteenth session of the South African Indian Congress meets only a few months after the holding of the General.....
|Opening Address by Chief Albert J Luthuli, President-General, African National Congress to the 22nd Bennial Conference of the South African Indian Congress meeting at Gandhi Hall.||
Once again another biennial conf erence is upon you.....
|Report on the Passive Resistant Council||
Submitted by JOINT PASSIVE RESISTANCE COUNCIL ofNATAL AND TRANSVAAL INDIAN CONGRESSES TO SOUTH AFRICAN INDIAN CONGRESS CONFERENCE AT DURBAN.......
|Press Release - 21 October 1956||
The keynote of the deliberations at the 22nd Biennial Conference of the South African Indian Congress was the total rejection of apartheid and all its ramifications. The Conference, in a resolution de-.....
The grim story of oppressive rule over non-whites of successive.......
"Since the last conference of our Congress, the Indian people in common vvith the African and coloured peoples, have been subjected to unmitigated oppression on grounds of race and colour.....
|Resolution passed at the 22nd Conference of the South African Indian Congress held in Johannesburg – 19th, 20th and 21st October 1956||
Apartheid, Freedom Charter, Women in the Struggle, Youth, Group Areas Act, International Situation, Suppression of the Communism Act, Police Intimidation
|South African Indian Conference Draft Resolution||
Twenty eight months of Nationalist Party rule....
|Resolution Passed at Public Meeting||
This public meeting of the citizens of Durban at the Kathiawad Hindu Seva Samaj Hall .......
|Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to Friends||
Whereas, there are 110 000 000 land.mines scattered in 69 countries, with this figure increasing dramatically year by year, continuing violence against civilians long after warfare has ceased, and, Whereas, landmines are widely deployed in developing countries of Asia, Africa, and Latin America,
|Letter submitted draft resolution concerning the treatment of Indians in the Union of South Africa||
Delegation of the Union of South Africa: Letter submitted draft resolution concerning the treatment of Indians in the Union of South Africa
|DELEGATION 0F SWEDEN: DRAFT RESOLUTION CONCERNING THE TREATMENT OF INDIANS IN THE UNION OF SOUTH AFRICA||
DELEGATION 0F SWEDEN: DRAFT RESOLUTION CONCERNING THE TREATMENT
|Delegation of United Kingdom Delegation: Amendment to the resolution proposed by the delegation of India||
Delegation of United Kingdom Delegation: Amendment to the resolution proposed by the delegation of India
|Names of those who signed Spiritual Renewal resolution|
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