|Memorandum presented by the Overport Tamil Welfare Society||
We the Undersigned Officials of the Overport Tamil Welfare Society beg to express our grateful thanks to you for affording us this opportunity of submitting....
|Memorandum presented by the Stanger and District Branch||
Re: Natal Indian Judicial Commission.
We enclose herewith copy of Memorandum presented to the Natal Indian Judicial Commission by our Branch of Congress
|Notes on Winnie Mandela|
|Notes on Mabiletsa|
|Notes on Motsuenyane|
|Notes on Kuzwayo|
|Notes on Kuzwayo|
|DAY-CARE SERVICES FOR PRE-SCHOOL AND SCHOOL-GOING CHILDREN IN CHATSWORTH||
It is with great pleasure that I see this report:going to Press on the need for day-care services for children at Chatsworth.
|CHATSWORTH COMMUNITY & RESEARCH CENTRE||
ANNUAL REPORT APRIL 1973 - MARCH 1974
|CHATSWORTH COMMUNITY ANO RESEARCH CENTRE FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT JANUARY TO DECEMBER 1976||
CHATSWORTH COMMUNITY ANO RESEARCH CENTRE FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT JANUARY TO DECEMBER 1976
|ACCOMMODATION NEEDS AND PREFERENCES AMONGST INDIAN OLD AGE PENSIONERS IN DURBAN||
Being the year of the aged (1982) the Department of Social Work at the University of Durban-Westville was approached by Mr Rambharos, a prominent voluntary worker amongst the Indian aged, to undertake
|Mr S Bagwandeen - Biography||
Mr Mr. S. Bagwandeen, a staunch Congressman and a well-known social worker, has retired after serving the
|Statement by Social Welfare organisations||
Statement by Social Welfare organisations regarding concerned social workers group as they opposed to the proposed Amendments to the Internal Security Act and the Public Safety Act
|Begging problem in Grahamstown||
Synopsis of the begging problem in Grahamstown, including population statistics, causes, consequences and solutions to begging. Includes a handwritten page.
|Indian Opinion Vol.53 No.31 Aug 1954|
|Concerned social workers|
|Jobs for all|
|The Schizophrenic heart|
|Models of work with cadres within the National Liberation Movement||
Paper by Sherry Mclean, presented at the ANC Seminar on Social Welfare, in Lusaka, Zambia, July 1988. Suggests ways in which social problems can be overcome, such as community work, group work, counselling, confidentiality and training.