SPORT

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Masonite Cup WInner

Sewsunker "Papwa" Sewgolum was a South African professional golfer of ethnic Indian origin, who carved a niche for himself in golfing folklore when he became the first golfer of colour to win a provincial open in South Africa

Mayville District Indian Football Association - 1904

Soccer

Mayville Football Club - Season 1904

Soccer

Miscellaneous historical documents
Modern block of flats in Newcastle

Newcastle, town, northwestern KwaZulu-Natal province, South Africa. It lies at the foot of the Drakensberg mountains. The fourth British settlement in Natal, it was founded in 1864 as a regional trade centre.

Mrs S Jithoo

Table Tennis Player

Nat Moodley

Nat Moodley was a boxing promoter and he has a general interest in sport

Nat Moodley

Nat Moodley was a boxing promoter and he has a general interest in sport

Nat Moodley

Nat Moodley was a boxing promoter and he has a general interest in sport

Nat Moodley

Nat Moodley was a boxing promoter and he has a general interest in sport

Nat Moodley

Nat Moodley was a boxing promoter and he has a general interest in sport

Nat Moodley and other boxers

Nat Moodley was a boxing promoter and he has a general interest in sport

Nat Moodley collection

Nat Moodley was a boxing promoter and he has a general interest in sport

Nat Moodley collection

Nat Moodley was a boxing promoter and he has a general interest in sport

Nat Moodley with friends on the stand

Nat Moodley was a boxing promoter and he has a general interest in sport

Natal Cricket Board "B" Team (1980/1981)

Cricket in Natal

Natal Cricket Board "B" Team Cape Town Tour (1981/1982)

Natal Cricket Board "B" Team

Natal Cricket Board "B" Team, Winner's of Stellenbosch Farmer's Winery V. O. Competition (1974/1975)

Natal Cricket Board "B" Team

Natal Cricket Team

Natal Cricket Team (1941) 1st Inter - Provinicial Tournament of South Africa Indian Cricket Union Winners Christophers Floating Trophy Curries Fountain

Natal Cricket Team

Natal Cricket Team, (1963 - 1964), Port Elizabeth, 2nd Biennial Board of Control Tour

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