1. ”Opening Address” at Annual Conference of the South African Indian Congress, by Dr. S. M. Molema, January 25, 1952
  2. ”Apartheid Over Our Dead Bodies:” Speech, July 1948
  3. “We Shall Resist” - The Role of Indian Women in the Passive Resistance Campaign 1946-1948 by Kalpana Hiralal | Article
  4. ‘Wash Me Black Again’: African Nationalism, the Indian Diaspora, and Kwa-Zulu Natal, 1944-1960 by Jon Soske | Theses and Dissertations
  5. ‘The coolies will elbow us out of the country’: African reactions to Indian immigration in the Colony of Natal, South Africa, by Heather Hughes
  6. ‘The Coolies will elbow us out of the Country': African Reactions to Indian Immigration in the Colony of Natal, South Africa by Heather Hughes, University of Lincoln, August 2007
  7. ‘Between Two Fires’: Racial Populism, Indian Resistance and the Beginnings of Satyagraha in the Transvaal, 1902–06 by Jeremy Martens (The Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, 2016, Vol. 44, No. 4)
  8. ‘African Gandhi’: The South African War and the Limits of Imperial Identity by Goolam Vahed
  9. Young, Gifted and Black by Carmel T. M. Chetty
  10. Women under indentured labour in colonial Natal, 1860-1911 by Jo Beall
  11. Trade Union Organizer in Durban: M B Yengwa, 1943-1944 by Baruch Hirson | Article
  12. The Story of PR Pather, the grand old man of Indian politics in South Africa by Riashnee Pather
  13. The South African Indian Helot or Citizen issued by Indians Overseas Association
  14. The Role Of The Indian People In The South African Revolution: An Interview In 1968 | Interviews
  16. The Place of India in South African History: Academic Scholarship, Past, Present and Future by Uma Dhupelia-Mesthrie
  17. The need to understand: a call to South Africans of Indian descent
  18. The Natal menace
  19. The Indians of Natal: Resistance to Apartheid, 1971-1985 by Davinder S. Dhillon | Theses and Dissertations
  20. The Indian War Memorial: National Memory and Selective Forgetting by Eric Itzkin
  21. The Indian People In South Africa: Facts: About The Ghetto Act
  22. The History of the Indians in Natal by Mabel Palmer
  23. The Gandhi You May not Know by Rajmohan Gandhi
  24. The first martyrs of Satyagraha by E. S. Reddy
  25. The defiance campaign by M. P. Naicker
  26. Thambi Naidoo and his Family - The Story of Thambi Naidoo, a lieutenant of Gandhi in the Satyagraha in South Africa, and of his family which sacrificed for five generations in the struggle for a free South Africa by E.S. Reddy
  27. South Africa's Minorities edited Peter Randall | Online book
  28. South Africa's freedom struggle by E.S. Reddy
  29. South Africa Defies United Nations, what next? by Sorabjee Rustomjee, Ashwin Choudree and A.I. Meer
  30. Some remarkable women who helped Gandhiji in South Africa by E. S. Reddy
  31. Shadhan Naidoo, 1961-1989
  32. Segregation and the emergence of a left-wing grouping within the Transvaal and Natal Indian Congress
  33. Satyagraha in South Africa by Fatima Meer
  34. Report of the Joint Planning Council of the ANC and the South African Indian Congress, November 8, 1951
  35. Presidential Address to the Twenty-Third Conference of the South African Indian Congress, Durban, September 3, 1961
  36. Presidential Address to the Eleventh Annual Conference of the Natal Indian Congress, Durban, November 21, 1958
  37. Passive Resistance 1946 - A Selection of Documents compiled by E.S. Reddy & Fatima Meer - Royal Visit - 1947
  38. Passive Resistance 1946 - A Selection of Documents compiled by E.S. Reddy & Fatima Meer
  39. PARSEES and the SATYAGRAHA in South Africa by Enuga Sreenivasulu Reddy
  40. Our Glorious Heritage - A Dravidian Experience | Online book
  41. Non-racialism, non-collaboration and Communism in South Africa: The contribution of Yusuf Dadoo during his exile years (1960-1983) by Allison Drew | Official Document - Conference Paper
  42. Negotiations, the ANC Vision of a New South African and the Indian Community Keynote Address by the President of the African National Congress, Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela
  43. National Liberation, Non-Racialism and 'Indianness' the 1947 visit of Dadoo and Naicker to India by Goolam Vahed and Ashwin Desai
  44. Natal’s Indians, the Empire and the South African War, 1899-1902 by Goolam Vahed
  45. Natal Indian Teacher's Society Silver Jubilee 1925-50 | Online book
  46. Natal Indian Congress - The Significance of Its Revival | Article
  47. My case against SAIC participation by M. J. Naidoo
  48. Le Rona Re Batho (An account of the 1982 Maseru Massacre) by Phyllis Naidoo, South Africa, 1992
  49. Language Shift, Cultural Change and Identity Retention: Indian South Africans in the 1960s and Beyond by Rajend Mesthrie
  50. Labouring under the Law: Exploring the Agency of Indian Women under Indenture in Colonial Natal, 1860 – 1911 | Article