Passive Resistance in South Africa collection

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From the book: Passive Resistance 1946 - A Selection of Documents compiled by E.S. Reddy & Fatima Meer The salvation of the Indian people in this country lay in a united front of non-...
Author: E.S. Reddy & Fatima Meer
Archive Type: Book chapter
Gandhiji led a seven-year long struggle in South Africa from 1907 to 1914 for the security and dignity of the Indian settlers in that country who were subjected to humiliations by the white rulers....
Author: E. S. Reddy
Archive Type: Articles
On 14 August Gandhiji wrote to Smuts that he was approaching him "on the eve of what promises for Indians to be an interminable struggle". He said: On Sunday (16 August)* we meet to burn...
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The following article was written just before the Emergency, having been commissioned by the Editor to commemorate one hundred years of Indian settlement in South Africa. The large number of Indians...
Author: Fatima Meer
Archive Type: Articles
This report is a continuation of the report submitted to First Conference of the Natal Indian Congress last year and therefore deals with developments between June 1947 and May 1948 political aspect...
Archive Type: Report
Indian women join Gandhi's passive resistance campaign Women Passive resister (Satyagrahi) and her family. 1913. © Before union, at the turn of the century, conditions for Indian families were...
Gandhiji often stressed that satyagraha is not mere jail-going. He warned, during the first satyagraha in South Africa, as early as 1909: "A satyagrahi must be afraid neither of imprisonment...
Author: E. S. Reddy
Archive Type: Articles
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Passive Resistance 1946 - A Selection of Documents, is a record of the second resistance movements waged by Indians in the country; the first was waged by Gandhi at the beginning of the century. The...
Author: E.S. Reddy & Fatima Meer
Archive Type: Online book
The passive resistance campaign was launched on 13 June 1946 and finally suspended on 31 May 1948. The report of the Passive Resistance Council, reproduced here almost in its entirety, relates the...
Archive Type: Report
During the latter half of 2010, a series of events commemorating the 150th Anniversary of the first Indian indentured laborers in Natal will take place across South Africa. The preparations have...
Author: Omar Badsha and Jon Soske
Archive Type: Articles
The Gandhi Development Trust recognises on this important occasion of the centenary of Phoenix Settlement, the outstanding contribution, dedication and devoted service rendered by the following...
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Mr. President, Ladies and Gentlemen: I am deeply conscious of the signal honour it is to be asked to open this 20th conference of the South African Indian Congress, and I wish to thank you for the...
Author: Dr. S. M. Molema
Archive Type: Speeches and Public Statements
Class, Consciousness and Organisation:Indian Political Resistance in Durban, South Africa, 1979 - 1996 Kumi Naidoo Magdalen College, D. Phil., Michaelmas, 1997 Resistance to the apartheid system...
Author: Kumi Naidoo
5.1. INTRODUCTION Madressa education does not exist in isolation but is part of the practice of the religion and grew and spread with the religion. Its primary objective has been to transmit...
Author: A. Akhalwaya, I. Waja, A.H. Gabru, A.K. Dockrat, S. Pandor and E. Garda
To the President-General and members of the Executive Committee of the African National Congress and the President and Councillors of the South African Indian Congress: WHEREAS the African National...
Archive Type: Theses and Dissertations
In 1942, shortly before Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi launched the Quit India Movement, I was present in Sevagram as a six-and-a-half-year-old child. My memories also include a visit with my parents and...
Author: Rajmohan Gandhi
Archive Type: Articles
Originally no provision was made for the education of Indians. The Reverend Stott of the Wesleyan Mission established a school for Indian labourers in 1868 and four years later advised...
Author: Frene Ginwala
Archive Type: Theses and Dissertations
From the book: Passive Resistance 1946 - A Selection of Documents compiled by E.S. Reddy & Fatima Meer 1947 Evictions in Benoni and Non-European Unity On Wednesday night hundreds of...
Author: E.S. Reddy & Fatima Meer
Archive Type: Book chapter
 Women in South Africa, since the turn of the century, have emerged as primary catalysts for protests against, and as challengers of, the apartheid regime. With all the disabilities and...
Publication date: 15 July 1980
Archive Type: Speeches and Public Statements
The National Committee of the Non-European United Front of South Africa has considered its attitude to the proposed Passive Resistance Movement in the Transvaal. While the Non-European United Front...
Publication date: 1939
Archive Type: Speeches and Public Statements
Members of The Fiftieth Anniversary of the 1946 Passive Resistance Council; Members of the Institute for Black Research and the University of Natal; Ladies and Gentlemen, We meet here today to...
Publication date: 1946
Archive Type: Speeches and Public Statements
From: Passive Resistance 1946 - A Selection of Documents compiled by E.S. Reddy & Fatima Meer Reports of the Passive Resistance Councils ”” Natal and Transvaal "Five...
Author: Yusuf Mohamed Dadoo
Publication date: 1946
Archive Type: Report
From the book: Passive Resistance 1946 - A Selection of Documents compiled by E.S. Reddy & Fatima Meer Report on Passive Resistance, 13 June 1946-13 May 1947 The Indian People The...
Author: E.S. Reddy & Fatima Meer
Publication date: 1946
Archive Type: Book chapter
‘Wash Me Black Again’: African Nationalism, the Indian Diaspora, and Kwa-Zulu Natal, 1944-1960 Jon Soske Doctor of Philosophy Graduate Department of History University of Toronto 2009 ABSTRACT...
Publication date: 2009
Archive Type: Theses and Dissertations
"We go to action": Statement on the launching in Natal of the defiance campaign, August 30, 1952 Natal through its accredited delegates whose stand was fully endorsed at the Conference of the...
Publication date: 30 August 1952
In terms of the Joint Council decision I left Johannesburg to the USA on the 9 September 1947, to attend the United Nations. Mr. Ashwin Choudree accompanied me. We reached New York at midnight on the...
Publication date: 9 January 1948
Archive Type: Report
The Joint Passive Resistance Council of the Natal and Transvaal Indian Congresses, having given careful consideration to the present political situation affecting the Indian people of South Africa is...
Publication date: December 1947
Archive Type: Speeches and Public Statements

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