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Treatment of Indians in the Union of South Africa

India. Ministry of External Affairs.

Treatment of Indians in the Union of South Africa

white paper relating to the exchange of correspondence between the Government of the Union of South Africa and the Government of the Republic of India for holding a round table conference

by India. Ministry of External Affairs.

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Published by Printed by the Manager, Govt. of India Press in New Delhi .
Written in English


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Statementas recommended by the United Nations General Assembly resolution of 2nd December, 1950.
The Physical Object
Pagination5 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19290160M

  The th anniversary of the arrival of Indians in South Africa as permanent residences and, at last, citizens, has been celebrated both in India and in South Africa. Celebrations have been both at national and individual levels. In India the city of Chennai and the State of Tamil Nadu have held various official functions to mark the s:   Another friend, Jake Scott, arrived in South Africa in and is now a citizen. He was born and raised in West Virginia in the United States. His .

Between and , South Africans lived under a racist system of laws called apartheid. The men and women who created, opposed, maintained, resisted, and dismantled apartheid are the subject of this book. Some people in South Africa have belonged to ethnic groups present in the area for centuries or even millennia; others trace their. Addressed several meetings in India on plight of Indians in South Africa. November. Left India with his family for Natal, South Africa on S.S. Courtland. also left about the same time. The two ships were carrying approximately people to South Africa from India. December. and and reached Durban Port.

William Hutt and the Economics of Apartheid PETER LEWIN* [email protected] in South Africa.) It is a book that took courage to write, a book that exhibits passion as well one single union and modern South Africa was born. This occurred subsequent to theFile Size: 41KB. The control of movement of African people in South Africa was enforced by the "pass system". The pass was a reference book which Africans were obliged to carry on them at all times. It was required for lawful movement into, out of, or within specified areas. Failure to produce a pass book to a policeman on demand was a criminal Size: KB.


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The representatives of the Indian Government, especially Sir Tej Bahadur Sapru at the conference inwere vehemently critical of the treatment accorded to the Indians in South Africa.

The Union Government however remained intransigent in its attitude and insisted that the Indian question was a domestic affair. Anand Singh described this phenomenon in his book, Indians in Post-Apartheid South Africa: “For the first time, middle-class Indians were being exposed to the degree of deprivation, unemployment, and crime that was already part of the lifestyle of African townships almost since their inception.

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This organisation led non-violent protests against the oppressive treatment of the white people towards the native Africans and Indians.

Inhe came to India for a short time and gathered Indians to serve along with him in South Africa. They were welcomed by an irate mob and Gandhi was injured in the attack. Apartheid is dead in South Africa, but a new version of white supremacy lives on. “During apartheid the racism of white people was up.

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