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Issue Part Titles Subjects
May 1966 1

1. Cover : University Ferry 2. Congratulatory Messages : Minister Of Indian Affairs

Fiat Lux, meaning of
  2 1. Short history of Indian education / C. Kuppusami Indian education
  3 1. S.A. Indian Council to pave the way to an elective body /JHH van der Merwe 2. Barberton Consultative Committee inaugurated South African Indian Council ; Local Affairs Committee
  4 1. University Island knows no academic shores / G. Heystek University College for Indians, Durban Westville, UKZN
  5 1. Republic Festival has Dual Significance for Indians / HA Prinsloo 2. Road to self development : a survey of the functions of the Department of Indian Affairs / HA Prinsloo. 3. Whys and wherefores of Afrikaans in our schools.4. Statement - Chairman of SAIC Republic Festival , Department of Indian Affairs, Education (Languages), South African Indian Council
       
Jun 1966 1 1. Republic Festival 2. The Implications of welfare services for the Indians of South Africa / L. Millar Republic Festival , Social Welfare
  2 1. Custodian of the past 2. Whither the new South Africans? Sastri College Museum, S S Singh, Republic Festival
  3 1. On the threshold of tertiary education: the developments and functions of the M. L. Sultan Technical College / A Pittendrigh 2. Progress by Degrees. M. L. Sultan Technical College (Indian education), University College for Indians
  4 Differentiation : the basis of universal high school education / N van Der Walt. 2. Haven for the homeless. 3. Festival round up Indian education (schools), Lakehaven Children's Home ,Republic Festival
       
Aug 1966 1 1. The Contribution of Indians to Commerce / HE Joosub 2. South African Indian Council Commerce, Indian Trader, South African Indian Council
  2 1. Registration of births and deaths / GD Nel 2. Physical Education in Indian Schools / WHL Heckroodt 3. New doors opened for Heidelberg Indians Heidelberg Indian Township ; Housing
  3 1. The story of Springfield / A Levine Springfield Training College
  4 Helping the helpless : social service schemes administered by the Department of Indian Affairs / J. C. Brink 2. Psychological services in Indian Schools / PR Joubert 3. Festival review 4. New horizons in education Social Welfare ; Pensions Grants, Natal Indian Teachers Conference (40th)
       
Sep 1966 1 1. Cover : Swimming And Life Saving 2. The Indian in the Sugar Industry / YS Chinsamy Indentured Indians ; Natal Indian Canegrowers Association
  2 1. New future for Indian Welfare Workers / l Millar. 2. Towards full employment : a review of facilities for the registration and placement of work seekers. Social Work
  3 Song of the sea Durban Indian Surf Life Saving Club ; Balkumar B Singh
  4 Waxing fortunes 2. Vocational guidance, why it is needed in our schools / D Behr 3. First Indian Town Clerk [Verulam] Ebrahim Minty ; Candle Factory ; Dick Naicker
       
Oct 1966 1 1. Indian Community pays tribute to a great leader 2. South African Indian Council H F Verwoerd ; Apartheid
  2 1. Focus on Laudium [Township]  
  3 1. New milestone in Indian Athletics 2. New Horizons for the Indian Blind / BC Nursoo Sport ; Arthur Blaxall School for the Blind
  4 1. Oriental Studies: its scope and relevance at the University College Durban / SP Olivier ad P M Krishna 2. Marriage and the Law / GD Nel  
  5 1. Promising future for Pretoria Stallholders' Market 2. Family planning / K Lander Health Clinics
       
Nov 1966 1 1. Cover :Classical Dancer 2. The Prime Minister Speaks 3. Festival of Lights / B Rambiritch 4. Operation Upgrade / L Morrill BJ Vorster ; Deepavali ; Diwali ; Literacy ; adult education
  2 1. The progress of the Indian Towards Local Government / WL Howes  
  3 1. Bharatha Naatiyam : the supreme art of suggestion / Lakshmi Indian Classical Dance
  4 1. The South African Police Career Guide  
  5 1. The changing pattern of Primary School Arithmetic / AL Behr 2. Afrikaans op die planke 3. Open doors to learning 4. Hoofinspekteur vir Transvaal Mathematics in Schools ; Afrikaans Concert; University of Durban-Westville Council ; Education in Transvaal
       
Dec 1966 1 1. The Fast of Ramadan : its significance in Islam / DS Mall  
  2 1. First Border Industry for Indians David Whitehead Tongaat (Textile mill)
  3 1. This Year In Parliament and how it concerns the Indian community / CJJ Blignaut 2. Road Safety and the Indian Community / AR Sandwith  
  4 1. Tiny Town for the Aged Clayton Gardens Home for the Aged
  5 1. Bilharzia and how to prevent it 2. Licensing your Business 3. From plotting to farming : a challenge for Indian Agriculture in the Natal Coastal Belt
     

Fiat Lux 1967 : v.2 nos. 1-10

Issue Part Titles Subjects
Feb 1967 1 1. First in the rice field / Z. Szokolay Tongaat Rice Mills
  2 1. Johannesburg Indian Group Area 2. New courses at University College (missing page) 3. Modern trends In Infant Education / MR Johnston Lenasia Township
  3 1. The historic sixty six 2. Friends of the Sick [Association] / Pat Poovalingham Teachers, Training of ; FOSA
  4 1. Striking facts about snakes / V Fitzsimons 2. Treasure House of the East 3.Milestone for Indian Affairs Department Oriental Bazaar Durban ; Traders Durban ; Social Work
       
Mar 1967 1 1. Cover : Nurse weighing child at Clinic 2. Meeting of the Prime Minister with SAIC 3. Statement by the Chairman of the SAIC South African Indian Council
  2 1. Statement by the Secretary for Indian Affairs on the abolition of the supplementary school feeding scheme 2. Indian Community on Celluloid 3. Tools of Progress 4. Co-ordinated Education / PRT Nel The home is where the light is [Film] ; Factories ; Transvaal College of Education
  3 1. Nursing as a career for Indian girls  
  4 1. Pioneer Indian Electrical Contractor brings new light on Laudium 2. A good turn for the Indian community 3. The ML Sultan Technical College's Hotel and Catering Schools MA Jaffer ; Scouting
Apr 1967 1 1. Cover : Blood Transfusion, the gift of life 2. The growth of the S.A. Indian cinema industry 3. About Nothing / AT Culwick Media ; Mathematics; Numeracy
  2 1. Sharps and Flats of School Music / PJ Britton 2. Indian Education in the Transvaal / C Kuppusami  
  3 1. The Blind in the Academic and Industrial Field 2. Blood Transfusion the Indians contribution MZ Yacoob ;
  4 1. Flies as Pests In the Home 2. Language Laboratory / L Proctor 3. Professional Welfare Services Johannesburg College of Education; Probation Officers' Appointments
May 1967 1 1. Desainagar [Township, Tongaat]  
  2 1. Indian-owned canning factory 2. Social Group Work / LL Millar  
  3 1. Indian Hotels and Licensed Restaurants  
  4 1. Indian Costumes Indian Dress ; Clothing
  5 1. English as Main Language in Natal Indian Schools / MG Pillay 2. Dressmaking as a career and for the housewife  
  6 1. Vaarwelfunksie van Transvaale Asiatiese Onderwysvereniging / TATA 2. Procedure in connection with the Proclamation of Group Areas / N Terblanche Indian Education Transvaal
Jun 1967 1 1. The Role of Indians in the Furniture Industry 2. The Challenge of Differentiation 3. Graduation Ceremony Education, differentiated ; University College and UNISA ;
  2 1. The Establishment of a Place of Safety and Detention for Indian Children Exclusively / LL Millar 2. Pietermaritzburg's new Indian complex Valley View Place of Safety ; Northdale, Raisethorpe and Newholme Townships ; Housing
  3 1. Education Committees 2. Tertiary Education and the ML Sultan Technical College / A Pittendrigh Parent Teacher Associations ; Schools
  4 1. The cultivation of Spices and Herbs [Garlic]  
       
       
Aug 1967 1 1. Cover : Seine Netters 2. This Year in Parliament 3. A Library Association for South African Indians / SI Malan  
  2 1. The Architecture and Sculpture of Hindu Temples of Natal / R Ramdass  
  3 1. Indian Teachers' Annual Conference Natal Indian Teachers Society
  4 1. The Men of the Sea 2. Press Statement by the South African Indian Council Seine Netters ; Fishing
  5 1. The Indian Girl Guide Movement 2. Indian Nurses Gain awards and Certificates 3. Child Welfare Work Among Indians in South Africa : An Historical Review Scouts And Scouting ; Indian Child Welfare Society
Sep 1967 1 1. The Cultivation of Spices and Herbs [Ginger]  
  2 1. Indian Township Development at Vereeniging 2.They Guard Our Health 3. Labour Legislation In the Republic / J de Villiers Roshnee Township ; Housing ; Durban City Health Department
  3 1. Education and the Indian Girl / MG Pillay 2. Labour Legislation In the Republic / J de Villiers (cont) 3. Indian Art / M Wyatt Stayt Education, Women
  4 1. Science Teachers' refresher Course / RL Charles 2. Photo Flashes 3. A Record of Progress towards Local Self-Government / EP Fowle  
       
Oct 1967 1 1. Cover : Chairman of the Verulam Town Board HET Dickinson and the new incumbent IGH Kathrada 2. Local Self ·Government by Indians 3. The Minister of Indian Affairs inspects Indian Areas In and around Durban Verulam and Marburg Townboards
  2 1. The Development of the ML Sultan Technical College 2. The ML Sultan Technical College 21 st Anniversary  
  3 1. The South African Indian as Tourist Tourism And Travel
  4 1. Official Opening of Witteklip High School at Chatsworth  
  5 1. Indians and the Footwear Industry 2. Does your child wish to become a Teacher? Teacher Training
Nov 1967 1 1. Cover : Following Mothers Example 2. Readiness for School with reference to reading-readiness and the parents' function as guide in the pre-school years /JHL Nel  
  2 1. Deepawali - A homage to Goddess Lakshmi 2. Press Statement by the S.A. Indian Council 3. A new approach towards the Teaching of Arithmetic / HJ Harmse Deepavali ; Diwali Festival ; South African Indian Council
  3 1. King George V Hospital, Durban / BA Dormer and MI Schofield 2. Festival of the Soil Health ; Soil Conservation
  4 1. Photo Flashes 2. Hindi Eisteddfod / Bal Ganesh 3. Our responsibility towards the Indian Aged / LL Millar Police Services ; MA Mehtar ; Hindi Shiksha Sangh ; Pensioners
       
Dec 1967 1 1. Cover : PRT Nel, first Director of Indian Education 2. The New Indian Community Hall at Estcourt  
  2 1. Speech and Drama / David Horner 2. Ramadan / IM Bawa 3. Press Statement by the Honourable A. E. Trollip, Minister of Indian Affairs Fasts and Festivals
  3 1. The Department of Indian Affairs takes leave of Mr. P. R. T. Nel, First Director of Indian Education 2. Farewell Message from Mr Philip Nel, first director of Indian Education in South Africa 3. Indiers openbaar toenemende belangstelling in Afrikaanse Taaleksamens / TC Nel Afrikaans Examinations
  4 1. The Sam China Tournament / D. Chetty 2. Indian "Festival of the Soil" Celebrations Soccer
 

Fiat Lux 1968 : v.3 nos. 1-10

Issue Part Titles Subjects
Feb 1968 1 1. Cover : Children's Art 2. The Prime Minister's New Year Message to the Indian Community  
  2 1. Child Education through the Visual Arts / M Wyatt Stayt Children's Art
  3 1. Focus on the Soil - Soil Conservation in New Zealand and the Fiji Islands / M B Naidoo 2. The Functions of and the Services Offered by the Department of Sport and Recreation 3. Appointment of Advisory Council: University College Durban 4. New Recruits to the Teaching Profession (cont)  
  4 1. New Chief of Indian Education 2. Chief Inspector of Education retires 3. New Recruits to the Teaching Profession PW Prinsloo ; SLC van der Walt ;
  5 1. Indians in the Printing Industry 2. Photo Flashes 3. The Training of Medical Technologists / DJ Burger GN Naidoo Family ; AV Makan ;
       
Mar 1968 1 1. New Horizon School for the Blind / BC Nursoo  
  2 1. The Role of the University College, Durban / SP Olivier 2. The Task of the Central Government in Respect of Housing / HB Hiles  
  3 1. Costumes of Indian Women in South Africa / Fatima Meer 2. The Geneva Conventions for the protection of humanity Indian Dress
  4 1. The R. K. Khan College of Nursing 2. Births' Registration Notice 3. Press Statement: South African Indian Council 4. An Investigation into the Reading Habits of Indian Pupils in Standards VIII, IX and X in some of the Indian High Schools of Durban and Pietermaritzburg / A Schauffer R. K. Khan Hospital
  5 1. The Guardians of Public Health 2. Festival of the Soil Soil Conservation
       
Apr 1968 1 1. Cover : Sugar Fields 2. Soil is Life 3.Compost is the Cheapest and Best Fertiliser 4.Visions / EW Albertyn Music Education
  2 1. Housing Scheme at Roshnee [Vereeniging] 2. The Indian South African and his Role In the Economy / AM Rajab Commerce ; Industry
  3 1. The Enemy In our Midst : background to the festival of the soil / W Bramley 2. Why is it necessary to register a birth? Soil Conservation
  4 1. First Diploma Ceremony at ML. Sultan Technical College, Durban 2. Beautifying the Home Garden / William Bramley 3. Durban Indian Girls' High School Prize-giving Function 4. The Indian South African and his Role In the Economy / AM Rajab (cont)  
  5 1. Poverty to Farmland Riches : Cliffdale proves soil can be saved 2. R9 Million Tongaat Factory David Whitehead Textile factory
       
May 1968 1 1. Cover : State President Mr JJ Fouche 2. South Africa welcomes the new State President 3. Indian Representatives meet the State President  
  2 1. The Natal Institute for Immunological Research 2. Indian Manufacturing Jewelers (cont.) Natal Blood Transfusion Service; Jewellery
  3 1. The Festival of the Soil : a Review 2. Focus on the Festival Soil Conservation
  4 1. Indian Manufacturing Jewellers 2.An Observation Centre for Indian Children / L Millar Jewellery; Valley View Place of Safety ; Delinquent Children
       
       
Jun 1968 1 1. Cover : University College Graduation Ceremony 2. Government aid for industrialists and exporters 3. Indians in the Clothing Manufacturing Industry / AM Moolla Clothing Industry
  2 1. Aims and Functions of the School Library 2. Sermo Latinus: An approach to "Unseen" Passages / MS Naidoo 3. Reading habits of Indian High School Pupils / GA Schauffer .  
  3 1. The Department of Law, University College, Durban / D Scott-Macnab 2. University College Graduation Ceremony  
  4 1. Sport Administrators' Conference 2. Part-time Commercial Tertiary Education / A Ramsamy 3. Photo Flashes 4. In-service Training for Indian officials M L Sultan Technical College ; RG Pillay ; University Advisory Council ;
       
Aug 1968 1 1. Cover : Chris Barnard meets the Indian Community 2. Welcome, Professor Barnard : Durban Indians meet the world-famous heart surgeon
  2 1. This Year in Parliament 2. Light in the Darkness : opening of the New Horizon School for the Blind Politics And Government
  3 1. Lace for the Ladies - a new industry 2. First S African Indian Council dissolved - new appointments announced 3. Farewell to Education Chief . Clothing : Costume ; Universal Lace And Fabric Mills ; PRT Nel
  4 1. SAlTA Convention 2. Vacation School for Teachers 3. Cavalcade Trade Fair 4. Photo Flashes 5. Self-help at Clare Estate School South African Indian Teachers Association 2.Springfield College of Education ; Mathematics in Schools ; Commerce and Industry ; Cliffdale Indian Agricultural Association
       
Sep 1968 1 1. Cover : Shifa Hospital 2. South Africa's First private Indian hospital opens 3. Conference on the Handicapped 4. New course in accounting Shifa Hospital ; machine accounting
  2 1. New Remedial Clinic will aid slow-learning children/ O Nell 2. Food for Health 3. Aid for the House-buyer Education Remedial ; Health ;Arts Cookery : Food And Diets ; Nutrition Advisory Services Housing Loans
  3 1. Who's who in the new Indian Council 2. Quality in Vegetables 3. Coastal Conservation concerns us all South African Indian Council ; Agriculture|Cliffdale Agricultural Association Biological Sciences Marine Life ; Commerce Fishing ;sienne netting
  4 1. MYM Textiles makes the grade 2. Aid for the House-buyers (cont) 3. Record year for blood transfusion service 3. Speech for success / D Grobeler Industry Clothing; Health ; Speech and Drama
  5 1. Sculpture commemorates Flower-sellers 2. Use iodised salt, prevent that goitre Commerce Durban ; Health diseases
Oct 1968 1 1. Cover : FW Waring, Minister of Indian Affairs 2. Inaugural meeting new South African Indian Council Dr B Rambiritch
  2 1. Minister visits Indian areas 2. Port Elizabeth business centre opens 3. Who's who in the new Indian Council Politics And Government South African Indian Council ; Commerce Port Elizabeth
  3 1. Tape Aids for the Blind 2. Comedy of Errors 3. ML Sultan founders day Social Services Blind ; Speech and drama, University College ;
  4 1. The New Maths / K L Reddy 2. Photo - Flashes 3. Concrete Roof tile factory opens Science Mathematics; Media Photographs ; Commerce Industry
       
Nov 1968 1 1. Cover : Tugela cargo vessel -shipbuilding industry 2. Handicapped Children / AL Behr 3. Strides in Shipbuilding Commerce Industry; Social Welfare |Handicapped ; Education Special
  2 1. Challenge facing Education 2. University College's Open Day 3. Deepavali Glimpses 4. Aspects of Interviewing in Social Work / LL Millar 5. Roshnee kry n Raadplegende Komitee 6. The New Maths / KL Reddy  Housing ; Science Mathematics
  3 1. Photo Flashes 2. The Last of the Crayfish? / EL Cox 3. Nurses in Great demand : R K Khan hospital in need of staff ; 4. Fertilizer and their uses  R Nobin;
       
       
Dec 1968 1 1. Cover : Indian Lifesaver 2. Christmas Message 3. They Guard our Beaches  Sport Swimming
  2 1. Use Leisure Profitably / SR Maharaj 2. S.A. Indian Council Meets 3. Burns an ever-present danger in the Home  Dr MB Naidoo; Health and Safety
  3 1. Crash Course for Waiters 2. Ramadan Message 3. Department's new branch [Indian Affairs , Chatsworth] 4. The New Maths / KL Reddy . Commerce; Islam Festivals; Science Mathematics
  4 1. Burns (cont) 2. The New Maths / KL Reddy (cont) 3. Craftsmanship in Copper 4. Photo Flashes Arts\Crafts; Media Photographs
  5 1. Creative writing in Indian Schools with special reference to the writing of original poetry / J M Pope Literature Poetry
 

Fiat Lux 1969 : V.4 nos. 1 - 10

Issue Part Titles Subjects
Feb 1969 1 1. Cover : Silos - Durban Sugar Terminal 2. The Sugar Agreement and South Africa Sugar Industry; Woolhope Township-Port Elizabeth
  2 1. Photo Flashes 2. New Education Clinic at the Indian University College Magistrates Courts - Chatsworth ; A Chhiba (engineer, Benoni) ; Child Guidance ; Student Counselling ;
  3 1. Creative Writing in Indian Schools Part 2 / JM Pope 2. New Education Clinic at the Indian University College (cont.) Poetry ; ; Child Guidance ; Student Counselling
  4 1. Trace Elements and Green maturing for the farmer 2. The kiss of Life Agriculture ; Farming ; Mouth to Mouth Artificial Respiration ; Health
  5 1. 1968 Examination results - Director Comments 2. Transvaal College's dinner 3. The New Maths / KL Reddy Education ; Mathematics
       
Mar 1969 1 1. Cover :Hendrik Verwoerd Dam, part of Orange River Project 2. Water: South Africa's lifeblood Water Conservation
  2 1. Road Safety 2. Indian Council Meeting South African Indian Council ; Transportation
  3 1. Course for School Clerks / PRT Nel 2. Physiotherapy - career of skill / GH Jones 3. New Office for Indian Affairs KC James (Information Officer)
  4 1. Orientation course for Science teachers 2. Photo Flashes 3. Nutrition Education and the need for a balanced diet / N Govender Natal Chamber of Industries ; Health
Apr 1969 1 1. Cover : R K Khan Hospital 2. Rosedale Textiles a future in synthetic fabrics Clothing Industry
  2 1. The Private Secretary / A Ramsamy  
  3 1. The RK Khan Hospital  
  4 1. The Social Value of Schools / SR Maharaj 2. Transvaal Welfare Take-over 3. Photo Flashes SJ Morgan (Detective-seargent)
  5 1. Mussels need protection 2. The Private Secretary 3. The New Maths / KL Reddy Conservation of Mussels; Mathematics
       
May 1969 1 1. Cover : Prilla Mills in Pietermaritzburg 2. The Springfield Teachers Training College Library  
  2 1. ML Sultan Technical College Graduation Ceremony 2. Aid from the Industrial Development Corporation  
  3 1. Industrial School for Indian Youths 2. Sportsfield in the making : a lesson in self-help 3. The dangers of Diabetes 4. School principals meet education officials School of Industry for Boys, Newcastle; school, education; School clerks
  4 1. Passing out Parade 2. Two Courses for Public Servants 3. Indian Clerks in Department of Indian Affairs Police - Chatsworth; National Diploma in Accounting and Auditing;
  5 1. The world of spices  
  6 1. Unique management course for Businessmen 2. Latin's future in our schools / MC Keyter 3. Grant for children's home Indian Business; ML Sultan Technical College ; Durban Indian Child Welfare Society
       
Jun 1969 1 1. University Graduation Ceremony University College for Indians
  2 1. The RSA Savings Campaign 2. Immunisation : guarding your health  
  3 1. College gains in autonomy , gets new teaching block [M. L. Sultan Foundation Stone ] 2. Chatsworth Milk Marathon  
  4 1. The New Maths / KL Reddy 2. New athletic track at Curries Fountain  Mathematics; Athletics
  5 1. 'Antigone' at the University College 2. Photo Flashes 3. Three new Inspectors Drama - University College , Durban; Sport ; RL Charles ; KL Reddy : R Bangalee ;
       
Aug 1969 1 1. Cover : State President M JJ Fouche with SAIC Members 2. Indian Council meets State President South African Indian Council
  2 1. SAlTA Art Show 2. This Year in Parliament Art - schools ; South African Indian Council ;
  3 1. First Science and Mathematics Convention for Indians 2. New Civic Hall for Greytown Municipal Amenities
  4 1. Indian Businessmen -their Future role / JN Reddy 2. The Five W's of Saving 3. Appointment of Indian Information Officer 4. Photo Flashes Commerce; HJ Lawrence ; Lenasia Indian Womens Social Club ; Natal Indian Blind Society ; Northdale Social CLub ; Fork-lift truck operator AV Dolly Naidu ; Natal Indian Agricultural Union
  5 1. SAlTA Congress 2. Students visit Welfare agencies in the Transvaal / LL Millar South African Indian Teachers Association ; Social Welfare Organisations ; Johannesburg Indian Social Welfare Organisation; JISWA ; Central Islamic Trust; Coloured and Indian Blind Welfare Society ; Pretoria Indian Child Welfare Society;
       
Sep 1969 1 1. Cover : Statuette of two duikers at the Natal Parks Board 2. Secretary for Indian Affairs to Retire 3. Changes in the Indian Council 4. Queen Elizabeth Park SE Vawda ;
  2 1. Running for fun - and health 2. Department is promoting many sports 3. Queen Elizabeth Park (cont) Sport ; Soccer;
  3 1. Royal Tinsmith Works, their enamel products span Southern Africa 2. Facets of Art / P Ferreira  
  4 1. Bedryfskennis in die Hoerskool / WG Oliver 2. Photo Flashes  Industrial Arts - Schools ; Non-White Road Safety Committee; Inter-College Sport ; EV Royeppen ; GH Desai ;
  5 1. The Need for Instructional Media / SR Maharaj 2. Savings campaign in celluloid  
  6 1. Bursaries for scholars and students  
       
Oct 1969 1 1. Cover : Minister of Indian Affairs Mr Frank Waring laying foundation stone at new University of Durban-Westville 2. Editorial 3. Minister lays University foundation stone of new University  Fiat Lux Readership survey; University od Durban-Westville;
  2 1. Tech gets new Teaching Block 2. Historic Elections at Verulam 3. South Africa goes Metric  ML Sultan Technical College;
  3 1. Photo Flashes 2. Variety in College plays  Devi Pillay (Sari Queen) ; Sport
  4 1. Deaf School opens  Durban School for the Indian Deaf ;
  5 1. Inter-College Athletics 2. Conference on care of the Aged 3. Savings film show .  Sport ;
       
Nov 1969 1 1. Cover : Farewell to Secretary of Indian Affairs, Mr JHH van der Merwe 2. Farewell to the Secretary for Indian Affairs .  
  2 1. Indian Council meets 2. Minister's Deepavali message 3. The Sam China Cup 4. Polio is on the increase  South African Indian Council ; The Sam China Football Tournament .Health and diseases ;
  3 1. Education through Art ; art from scrap / BJ Lodge 2. Newcastle School of Industries opens Arts and Crafts ;
  4 1. Focus on Sport : Two "firsts" in sport for coach and competitor 2.Biology Teaching in the USA / LE Peters 3. Newcastle School of Industries opens (cont.)  gymnastics ; swimming;
  5 1. Hulpmiddels in die Huishoukundelokaal 2. Domestic Science teaching aids 2. Photo Flashes . Evergreen State Indian School; Community Chest; GD Padayachee (Red Cross Society) ;
       
Dec 1969 1 1. Cover : Reflections  
  2 1. An Indian ballet 'Valli's Wedding' ; Jayalakshmi Naidoo
  3 1. Indians donate more blood 2. Something new in shorthand  
  4 1. Why teach Music in our schools / EW Albertyn Music Education
  5 1. The Fordsburg Oriental Bazaar  
  6 1. Its in the Bag 2. The Water year 1970 3. Metrication in industry and Commerce Plastic Bag factory ; Conservation
  7 1. A bird (or two) in the playground 2. Photo Flashes SM Lawrence (Red Cross); Gungapersad Bechoo ; AN Naidoo (Westville Local Affairs Committee) A Levine (Springfield College of Education
       
       

Fiat_Lux_1970_v.5 nos 1- 10  
Issue Part Titles Subjects
Feb 1970 1 1. Cover: The late Mr PR Pather one of the most respected members of the Indian community, who passed away tragically on January 27. See p9 2. The Drug Problem Drug Abuse
  2 1. Tributes to a great leader : death of Mr PR Pather 2. The work of the SA Indian Council / PR Pather 3. Changes in degree courses and new teacher training steps  
  3 1. Changing Patterns in Indian Employment /AM Rajab 2. 1970 Census/1970 Sensus 3. Water Year 1970 4. Changes in degree courses and new teacher training steps (cont) 5. Pretoria Planner retires Commerce and Industry ; Laudium; Population Statistics
  4 1. Pretoria Planner retires 2. Metrication in our schools 3. Goodbye Mr Levine! Springfield College of Education
       

Mar 1970

1 1. Cover: The new Secretary for Indian Affairs, Mr HA Prinsloo, who succeeded Mr JHH van der Merwe on January 1st this year. Mr Prinsloo was formerly Deputy Secretary. 2. Press statement by the SA Indian Council 3. New Deputy Secretary for Indian Affairs [GJ Brummer] 4. 1970 Census / 1970 Sensus JN Reddy; Population Statistics
  2 1. Orientation course for infant school teachers 2. Garage for Laudium 3. Operation Upgrade Primary school; Adult education ; illiteracy
  3 1. Our Responsibility towards the Indian Aged / L Millar 2. Water Year 1970 / Waterjaar 1970  
  4 1. Water Year 1970 / Waterjaar 1970 2. Liggaamlike Opvoeding en Sport / JF Pistorious 3. Did You Know? 4. Metrication and the housewife Physical education ; cancer ;
  5 1. Metrisering 2. News flash 3. Birth Registration 3. Swimming Season draws to a close Diabetes (AC Asmal); Life-saving
       
Apr 1970 1 1. Cover: Water is Life! This month's cover picture emphasises the importance of water in everyday activities 2. ML Sultan Technical College Diploma Ceremony  
  2 1. Social pensions and Grants payable to indians 2. The Fight Against Tuberculosis [TB] ; 3. Metrication  
  3 1. Farewell Dinner for Mr Pittendrigh 2. The Miracle of Water 3. Chamber of Industries ML Sultan Technical College; Natal Chamber of Industries
  4 1. Road Safety 2. News Flashes 3. Water - Bron van Lewe en Vooruitgang  
       
May 1970 1 1. Cover: The Indian Community has many faces. For the results of an interesting survey see "Profile of the Indian community" on Page 7. 2. How to fill in your census form 3. The South African Flag  
  2 1. Profile of the Indian Community 2. Many more posts for Indians 3. Alcoholism  
  3 1. Engineering course 2. Manchester Manufacturers 3. Photo flashes University College Durban; Clothing Industry; Natal Indian Canegrowers Association
  4 1. Geology - Science of the Earth's crust 2. Busy year for Girl Guides  
  5 1. The role of Social Welfare Agencies in resettled communities, Durban Conference 2. Easter at the Beach Leisure and Recreation
       
Jun 1970 1 1. Cover: Three students who received degrees at the graduation ceremony of the University College for Indians in Durban seen with the guest speaker, Senator Owen Horward. 2. Inside Cover: Constable Rampersad receives trophy for the best student of the year at the annual passing-out parade of the Indian Police College. 3. Youth in the 70's  
  2 1. Welcome to Solomon 2. Indians in the Tailoring Trade 3. The Legal aspects of Heart Transplantation / Prof Barnard 4.Natal inter-school Art Competition ML Sultan Technical College;
  3 1. University Graduation Ceremony 2. Metrication Exhibition 3. Record Service of 51 years University College Durban; University of South Africa; Protector of Indian Immigrants;
  4 1. Photo Flashes 2. Bright future for police 3. Youth in the 70's (cont) Springfield College of Education ; Pat Bodasingh ;
  5 1. Schools celebrate Water Year 2. 1970 Milk Marathon 3. More representatives for community chest  
       
Aug 1970 1 1. Cover: Karuna Munisamy won a prize in a school fancy dress competition wearing the costume of an Indian Water Carrier. 2. Press statement by SA Indian Council 3. Beware of accidents in the Home Indian Prisoners aid Committee;
  2 1. South African Coat of Arms 2. Western Transvaal Inter-School Athletics meeting 3. New Schools for Transvaal Laudium Indian Primary School; Roshnee State Indian high school (Vereeniging)
  3 1. Indian South Africans / AM Rajab 2. Press Statement by the Minister of Labour Mr M Viljoen 3.Progress in Indian Clothing Manufacturing Clothing Industry;
  4 1. Photo Flashes 2. Indian Teachers' Association holds annual conference; 3. Cheque for children's home 4. Prestige Exhibition for South African Chefs 5. Water, 1970 R Rampersadh ;PR Lodhia; Veena Bughwan ; Heidelberg Consultative Committee; SAITA; Northdale Childrens Home ; ML Sultan Technical College- School of Catering ;
  5 1. Metrication / Metrisering 2. Promotion for Social Welfare workers  
       
Sep 1970 1 1. Cover: H Asmal receives the Victor Ludorum trophy from Mrs A Solomon, wife of the Rector of the College.2. Jayalaksmi Naidoo and dance troupe . 3. Business leadership Course. 4. Civic Centre for Newcastle
Athletics; Dance and dancing; ML Sultan Technical College;
  2 1. SA Police get 11 new Officers . 2. Department of Indian Affairs holds Supervision Course. 3. SAIC discusses Chatsworth with minister of community development. 4. Nurses' Graduation Ceremony. 5. Water year demonstration.  Subramonia Pillai, first commissioned police officer station commander at Chatsworth; ; Chatsworth resettlement and amenities;
  3 1. Guidance in Schools by P. Pillay. 2. Technical College Athletics Meeting. 3. Two Cinemas opened.  Vocational Guidance; Gemini and Odeon Cinema;
  4 1. Republic Festival 1971. 2. Photo Flashes. 3. More Blood Needed.  Mobile Bank; Stanger High golden Jubilee celebrations; Blood donations;
  5 1. Water Year News. 2. Many Bursaries available  
       
       
Oct 1970 1 1. Cover: Spring is here and the shad are running off Durban. The Indian seine netters beach a fine catch (see page 31). 2. Indian MP unveils Mahatma Ghandi {sic Gandhi} Statue in Ladysmith. 3. Medallion for State President Fishing; Mahatma Gandhi Memorial; Jim Fouche (State President)
  2 1. New laws to aid agriculture. 2. Farmers advised on Water Use. 3. South Africa's National Anthem. 4. Death of former SAIC member . EM Moola;
  3 1. Lake Midmar Resort opened. 2. Chatsworth - Merebank railway line progresses well.
Sport and Recreation; Railway Services (transportation)
  4 1. Science Refresher Course for teachers. 2. Birth registration. 3. Photo Flashes. 4. New SAIC member. 5.Water Year. 6. Getting out and about to look and learn. Saris; MFR Ansari's visit to SA; AM Moola; Merebank State Primary School;Natal Museum visit by Schools
  5 1. Listening is neglected by C Soobiah. 2. Men of the Sea
Seine Netters (fishing)
       
       
Nov 1970 1 1. Cover: Sastri College, Durban, one of the premier Indian high schools in South Africa. 2. Education and Progress.

 
  2 1. Historical Perspectives to Indian Education. 2. Growth and Development since 1966

 
  3 1. Special Education. 2. Organisation and Planning, Department of Education Education for the challenged; New Horizon School for the Blind; School of Industries;
  4 1. Psychological Services by Dr P Joubert. 2. Technical Education.

Psychology; ML Sultan Technical College
  5 1. University Education BY AL Behr
University of Durban-Westville
  6 1. Teacher Training by N van der Walt.
Springfield College of Education; ML Sultan Technical College; University of Durban-Westville; Transvaal College of Education
  7 1. Education for the Future by AM Rajab
 
       
Dec 1970 1 1. Cover: Christmas 1970. A time of peace and goodwill for all. 2. SA Indian Council Meeting. 3. Minister meets SAIC Executive Committee. 4. Republic festival committee formed
 
  2 1. University Building Progress. 2. SAIC meets Netherlands Statesman. 3. Opportunities in the Poultry Industry. 4. Photo Flashes University of Durban-Westville; Chicken farming; DR JK Mody (Betel-nut chewing and cancer);Swiss Social workers association
  3 1. Dramas inspired by Water Year. 2. Metrication and the Farmer. 3. Co-operation needed between Schools and Public Libraries by D Gangai.
ML Sultan Drama Department; Library Services
  4 1. Relax at Lake Midmar. 2. Research helps Backward Readers by A Schauffer.
Sport and Recreation; Reading behaviour;
  5 1. Water Year 1970. 2. SAP Passing-Out Parade
South African Police
       
       

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Issue Part

Titles

 

Subjects
Feb 1971 1 1. Cover: Mrs S Kistasamy with her son Gurie at the Honours Day ceremony of the Transvaal College of Education in Johannesburg. 2. Left and Inside Back Cover: Scenes from the film: PROFILE OF AN INDIAN SOUTH AFRICAN made by the Dept of Information.. 3. The Indian community and the republic festival. by AM Moola 4. Administrator meets Council.5. Family Planning
Movies and Cinema
  2 1. Nurses. 2. Genazzano Indian Mission School. Nurses and nursing;
  3 1. Water Year. 2. Indian Market. 3. Water Year Project at the Roodepoort High School. 4. Photoflashes. 5. Lakehaven Childrens' Home.
 
  4 1. Honours Day of the Transvaal College of Education. 2. Springfield Graduation
 
  5 1. An Act of kindness Blood donation
       
Mar 1971 1 1. Cover: The New Republic Bank (see page 14). 2. South African Indian Council Meets. 3. The Republic Festival. 4. Ramakrishna Vedanta Society  
  2 1. University of Durban-Westville. 2. A new post office. 3. Pre-school enrichment programme. Desainagar (Tongaat);
  3 1. The New Republic Bank. 2. Teachers of Tomorrow. 3. What's new at the RK Khan?. 4. Indian telephone technicians. 5. Pietermaritzburg in the News. 6. Photo flashes
Hospitals; S Dwarika retires as principal; Chatsglen Post off ice in Chatsworth;
  4 1. In-service course for infant teachers. 2. Weather. Pre-school Education;
  5 1. Donations by ML Sultan Trust. 2. Donation to stamp out crime in the Cape. 3. Besoek ann Indier Boerderygebiede in Natal. 4. Grey Street. 5. Prilla Mills pioneers in textile. 6. Rosedale Textile Mills
ML Sulatan Charitable and Educational Trust donates towards UDW spoertsfield; Indian Farming areas;
       
Apr 1971 1 1. Cover: This edition is devoted exclusively to Welfare for the Indian Community. 2. Message by the secretary for Indian Affairs, Mr HA Prinsloo. Social Work and Social Welfare;
  2 1. Welfare Services for South African Indians by LI Millar. 2. The National Council for Child Welfare. Lakehaven Childrens Home; aged; Social Work Profession;
  3 1. Indian Blind and Deaf by Mr CM Bassa. 2. The Training of Indian Social Workers by W. Anderson. Natal Indian Blind Society; Arthur Blaxall School for the Blind; UDW Social Work Department
  4 1. In-serivce training of Indian Social Workers and practical work training of Indian Social Work students - Department of Indian Affairs. Social Work Profession;
  5 1. Institutional Care - Sunlit Gardens Childrens Home by R. Moodley. 2. The Valley View Place of Safety and Detention by JG Abraham. Aryan Benevolent Home (Pietermaritzburg);
  6 1. National Institute for Crime Prevention and Rehabilitation of Offenders. 2. An Observation Centre for Indian children RKW Thandroyen. 3. Voluntary Mental Health Service for the Indian community by Miss G Reddy.

Valley View place of Safety and detention; Durban Mental Health Society; Clarehaven (Mentally handicapped=challenged)
  7 1. Indian Child Welfare Societies by BA Naidoo.  
  8 1. A new service by the South African National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence by W Swift. 2. Our Responsibility towards the Indian aged.
 
       
May 1971 1 1. Republic Festival Programme. 2. A bridge to a better understanding by AM Rajab. 3. Chair of Pharmacy at the University of Durban-Westville. 4. SAIC meets Mr Duncan Sandys.  
  2.1 1. Woolhope State Indian High School. 2. The Historical Society od the University of Durban-Westville - Symposium
Malabar (Port Elizabeth); History
  2.2 1. Tongaat - a way of life. Tongaat Sugar Company
  3 1. Facelift for a Township. 2. Natal Chamber of Industries (Indian Division). 3. ML Sultan Technical College Diploma Ceremony. 4. Bus service with two-way radio system. Shallcross; Commerce; Transportation (Bus)
  4 1. Willowton Oil and cake Mills. 2. Go Metric
 
  5 1. Photo Flashes. 2. Telephone technicians. CA Naguran; CK Nair; Newcastle School of Industries;
       
Jun 1971 1 1. Cover: The National flag, Credo and Banner in the hands of the youth of South Africa (see page 2). 2. Republic Festival Celebrations.  
  2 1. Republic Festival Celebrations (continued)
 
  3 1. Grey Street - Press Statement. 2. Decentralisation of Industries. 3. Graduation Ceremony of the University of Durban-Westville. Central Business Districts;
  4 1. Psychiatric Nursing. 2. Malabar - a Valley of Fragrance
Housing - Port Elizabeth
       
       
Aug 1971 1 1. The State President & Mrs Fouche meeting their guests at the reception (see page 2).  
  2 1. Passing-out Parade. 2. The New Republic Bank.
South African Police; Banks and banking;
  3 1. Road Safety. 2. Health Clinic at Chatsworth. 3. Milk Marathon in Chatsworth. 4. Photo Flashes. 5. Dontation for first creche in Pretoria. 6. A nursing career at Shifa hospital Tambuti Wood for furniture (Singh family);
  4 1. A Train leaves from Chatsworth. 2. Sports Trust by RG Pillay. Railway Services; South Coast District Indian Football Association;
  5 1. Library for Chatsworth . 2. Teachers Cofer. 3. Sunlit Gardens Childrens Home. South African Indian Teachers Association; Seinne netter (Photograph)
       
Sep 1971 1 1. Cover: Precision work requires concentration (page 6). 2. Education in the 70's by FCW Hawkins.
 
  2 1. The Indian community is Settling down in Lenasia. Housing; Sedson Industries
  3 1. Ons skole sing deur EW Albertyn. 2. SAIC visits RK Khan Hospital. 3. Distinctive Homes. 4. Children's Home at La Mercy. Music Education; Housing; Muslim Darul Yatama Wal Masakeen
  4 1. Road Safety. 2. Science & Mathematics Congress. 3. Presentation of Art Prizes. Foundation for Education, Science and Technology; Art Exhibition
  5 1. Shopping down Lotus Way. 2. Newcastle School of Industries. Commerce - Port Elizabeth; Education
  6 1. Photo Flashes. LM Moodley (Educator); Rev EJ Manikkam;Malabar Indian Girl Guide Company;
       
       
Oct 1971 1 1. Cover: This is the month of October, the nicest, nicest month. 2. The Second South African Indian Council. 3. Local Government.  
  2 1. Laudium image of Progress. 2. The Role of the Parent of the Handicapped Child. 3. Hotels along the Natal Coast. 4. Metrication.
Laudium - housing, Commerce and Industry; Mentally and Physically challenged; Tongaat Hotel; Isipingo Island Hotel; Railway Hotel; Royal Hotel; The Plough; Starlite Hotel; Green Cat; Chelmsford Hotel;
  3 1. New Insurance Company. 2. ML Sultan Bursary. 3. Sam China Cup. 4. New Shopping Centres. 4. Course for Police Sergeants. New India Insurance Company; Chatsworth;
  4 1. Roshnee Township (Vereeniging)
 
  5 1. Unusual Home at Duff's Road. 2. Rustenburg Indian Community.
Aeroplane House (Ramdaries); Zinniaville
       
Nov 1971 1 1. Cover: The Cape looks ahead (page 8). 2. The Second South African Indian Council.  
  2 1. The Cape looks ahead. 2. Seminar of Indian Postal Workers. Gatesville; District Six; Housing - Cape Medical Services and amenities ; Post Office;
  3 1. Fun in the Sun at Orient Park. 2. Raadplegende Komitee vir Klerksdorp= Advisory Committee for Klerksdorp. 3. Group Teaching for Infants. Lake Midmar Dam; Pre-Schools;
  4 1. Opening of first Cheshire Home (for disabled= challenged): 2. Language - A communication medium. 3. Road Safety. 4. Intelligence Test. by FWO Heinichen.
 
  5 1. Youth Organisations. 2. Photo Flashes
Scouts and Scouting; Overport Muslim Brigade; Shaw's Pygmalion (play) at ML Sultan Technical College; Garba dance at Apsara Theatre (Lenasia)
       
       
Dec 1971 1 1. Cover: Christmas strengthens family ties. 2. Current Trends in Primary Education. 3. Cripple Care. 4. Historic Happening. Natal Indian Cripplr Care Association; University moves to Chiltern Hills - University of Durban-Westville
  2 1. The South African Saving Movement. 2. Crime - its control and prevention by Jh Steyn. 3. Fields of Study for the Prospective Accountant by RD Orpen Accountancy and Commerce - Career Guidance;
  3 1. The flat dwellers. 2. Photo Flashes. Art - A way of life. Housing; New Horizon School for the Blind; Art Education
  4 1. Police Passing-out parade. 2. Teaching the Toddler. 3. Prevention of Blindness. South African Police; Pre-school and Early Education;
  5 1. Examination and the Future. 2. The Sam China Cup Tournament
School Examinations; Soccer;
       

 

 

Issue Part Titles Subjects
Feb 1972 1 1. Cover: One of the Ladies' Hostels at the new campus of the University of Durban-Westville at Chiltern Hills. Back cover: The South African Broadcasting Corporation Studio Building, Old Fort Road, Durban (page 7) 2. New Oriental Plaza (Fordsburg). 3. Indian Radio Programme.  
  2 1. Natal Estates takes the lead. 2. SA Indian Library Association. 3. Wilderness Leadership Course. 3. Springfield Diploma Ceremony. Sugar Estate (William Campbell Township- Mount Edgecombe); Nature COnservation; Game Reserves; Springfield College of Education;
  3 1. Medical and Dental Professions in SA by Dr MB Naidoo. 2. Durban Indian Benevolent Society. 3. Photo Flashes. 4. Mental Health Society (Pmb) 3rd general meeting. Welfare work in the Republic. Medicine; Dentistry; Welfare Services; Balkumar B Singh (Durban Indian Surf Lifesaving club); DP Desai (Marianhill School Association); Gibert Naidu (School of Catering ML Sultan Technical College);
  4 1. School Choirs in Final Song. 2. Theatre in the Hills by David Horner. Music Education; Speech and Drama Department (UDW);
  5 1. Garden Clubs. 2. Intelligence Test. 3. Why the Comma as Decimal Marker?. 4. The Great Discontent.
Gardening; Art of Living
       
       
Mar 1972 1 1. Cover: The Prime Minister, BJ Vorster together with members of the Executive Council of the SAIC. Back cover: Cripple Care . 2. The South African Indian Council.  
  2 1. Some Impressions on a recent visit to Germany by SP Olivier. 2. Shaping Stainless steel. 3. Telephone Mechanics / technicians at work. 4 . The Art of Wigmaking.
University Education ; City Metal Products; Hairdressing;
  3 1. The University of Durban-Westville Child Guidance & Research Centre by AL Behr. 2. The Dangers of Drug Abuse. 3. Pottery for the Blind by J Vorster and GR Maharaj. 4. Special Classes for Mentally Retarded Children.  
  4 1. The Dept of Community Development - its functions & purpose . 2. Intelligence test (No 2) . 3. Modern School Buildings. Local Authority; Housing; Welfare;
  5 1. Photo Flashes Miriam Singh receives honours in nursing diploma; Department of Information
       
Apr 1972 1 1. Cover: Mr Runjith Jagath, Dr Alec Solomon, Mr ME Sultan & Mr RC Woodville discussing the ML Sultan Technical College's Development Fund Raising Campaign (page 14). Back cover: Cripple Care. 2. A record not to be proud of . 3. An Historic Occasion. Road Accidents; RK Khan Hospital
  2 1. The University of Durban-Westville opens its doors. 2. Potgietersrus. 3. Indian Industries. AB Islamil (SAIC); Commerce and Industry
  3 1. ML Sultan Technical College. 2. High vegetable yields through improved farming practices by D Rix. 3. Training and opportunities for Indian Pharmacists.
Pharmacy;
  5 1. Stanger by LM Maharaj. 2. Photo Flashes. 3. The Intelligence Test. Umzinto; Amazimtoti;
  6 1. Some treatment modalities for Drug Dependence. 2. Shallcross garden competition. 3. Fight Pollution - Care by S S Pillay. Drug Abuse;
       
May 1972 1 1. Cover: Swimming pool at Chatsworth (page 10). Inside cover: Tribute to Mr Trollip. Back cover: RSA Saving. 2. Klerksdorp.  
  2 1. Senior Certificate Examination. 2. Radio Programme on the go. 3. In the Swim. 4. Guardians of a city's Health. 5. Population Explosion. Saturday Mirror; Swimming pool (Chatsworth); City Health Department;
  3 1. Photo Flashes. 2. ML Sultan Diploma Ceremony. ES Somers (Educator); Outspan award(Citrus); BV Aboo (educator);
  4 1. They Save Lives. 2. Some Treatment Modalities for Drug Dependence.
Life Guards; Swimming;
  5 1. The Blind - Inter-Human Relationships by VH Vaughan. 2. Consular visit to the RK Khan Hospital. 3. Focus on Industry - Paper Products.
Spearhead Paper bag manufacturing company;
       
       
Jun 1972 1 1. Cover: Foundation stone laying ceremony at the MH Joosab Technical High School in Lenasia (page 12). Back cover: Metric Guide. 2. University of Durban-Westville a chancellor is installed.
Graduation Ceremony - UDW
  2 1. Foundation stone ceremony in Lenasia. 2. Photo Flashes
South African Police; Bllod donation; Womens Cultural Group
  3 1. In-service course for Principals 2. Keeping fit with the ML Sultan Technical College. 3. New fields of employment opening up . 4. Ermelo State Indian Primary School. 5. Woolhope Indian High School in Malabar (Port Elizabeth). 6. Klerksdorp Indian High School. Dress and Textile Design;
  4 1. Did you know? . 2. Paper is their business. Statistics; Republic Stationers
       
       
Aug 1972 1 1. Cover: Studying Anatomy. Trainee enrolled nurses at the RK Khan Nurses' Training College learn the various parts of the brain from a model which the Senior Principal, Mrs J Johnson, is showing them (page 4) 2. A Noble Profession. Nursing
  2 1. Developing Education (46th Annual Conference of the SA Indian Teachers Association); 2. Adult Education. 3. Pietersburg … Gateway to the North. 4. Indian Council Meeting. 5. Council Act Amended
SAITA;
  3 1. Serious Pest of Bananas 2. Training for hotel industry. 3. Engineering at the University.
 
  4 1. Photo Flashes. 2. The advisability of special legislation. 3. Recreation Centre (Iscor). 4. Natal Indian Agricultural Co-Operative. Mohandas Naidoo (referee); Drug Legislation; Farming
  5 1. Exhibition of German Art. 2. Road Safety is YOUR responsibility 3. Indian Management Committee Port Elizabeth.
 
       
Sep 1972 1 1. Cover: The new Minister of Indian Affairs, Senator OPF Horwood.. 2. New Minister of Indian Affairs.
 
  2 1. Isipingo - Another Indian Local Authority. Local Government
  3 1. Indian development on the East Rand . 2. Indians in the Dept of Indian Affairs.
Benoni; Actonville;
  4 1. Serious Pest of Bananas (part 2). 2. Differentiated Education (part 1) by G Krog
Farming;
  5 1. Tongaat. 2. Maximum Charge for Photographs for Identity Documents. 3. Youth to the fore. 4. Railway Policemen.
 
  6 1. Winter School of Art. 2. Photo Flashes. 3. New Cottage at Lakehaven Children's Home. 4. A Gallant Rescue. Art Education; Isipingo Beach Tennis Club; RA Govender (Indian Sworn Appraiser); Red Cross Silver Medal (R Naraina)
       
       
Oct 1972 1 1. Minister of Indian Affairs visits Durban. 2. Plaaslike Selfbestuur.
Local Government; Potchefstroom; Kimberley; Port Shepstone.
  2 1. Opportunities for Civil Servants. 2. University mourns Chancellor. 3. Differentiated Education (part 2) by Mr G Krog.
Work Study Course; H van Der Walt (UDW);
  3 1. Founders' Day Celebrations. 2. Why register as a Voter?. 3. Photo Flashes. 4. College Comes of Age. 5. Social workers confer.
ML Sultan technical College; Voting and Elections; Scouts and scouting; crime; Gillits Indian Social Club; Springfield College of Education;
  4 1. How Serious is Pollution?. Environment
  5 1. Alcoholism and Drug Dependency. 2. Deaf Children's Athletics. 3. Prevention versus treatment. Sport and Recreation; Health
       
Nov 1972 1 1. Cover: Photographed at the meeting of the South Indian Council on October 25, 1972, are, from left: Senator OPF Horward (Minister of Indian Affairs), Mr HE Joosab (Chairman of the Council), Mr AM Rajab (Chairman of the Executive Committee of the Council) and Mr FW Waring, who recently retired as Minister of Indian Affairs. . 2. South African Indian Council Meeting
 
  2 1. The Natal Indian Regional Cultural Council by MB Naidoo. 2. Plan or Perish. 3. "A Woman's World". 4. The Challenge of Crime . Population explosion; Family planning; Mrs M Thambadoo (Matron, Shifa hospital); South African National Institute for Crime Prevention and Rehabilitation of Offenders (NICRO);
  3 1. Failure at School by N van der Walt. 2. The Language-experience Approach to Learning by J Pope. 3. Photo Flashes. Durban Indian Surf Life saving club; Isipingo Licensing Board
  4 1. The Generation Gap. 2. Sixty Years of Education. 3. Food for Thought. 4. Giving to the Chest.
St Oswalds State Indian High School; Cookery; Community Chest
       
Dec 1972 1 1. Cover: Picnicking in the sunshine at Orient Park, Lake Midmar. 2. The Heart of a Community.
Ladysmith
  2 1. Community Centre for Dundee. 2. Orient Park . 3. Photo Flashes.
Sport and Recreation; ML Sultan Technical College promotions
  3 1. Index: Fiat Lux Vol 1 No 1 - Vol 7 No 10. 2. Failure at School (2) by N van der Walt. 3. Choosing an Occupation.
Career Guidance
  4 1. Vrugte van Samewerking. Vryburg
  5 1. Shallcross High School Official Opening. 2. To the Drakensberg
Excursions - Game Reserves and Game Parks
       

 

 

Issue Part Titles Subjects
Feb 1973 1 1. C over: Mr HA Prinsloo cuts the ribbon and opens the doors of the new Community Hall at Glencoe. 2. New Community Hall for Glencoe . 3. Two High Schools Merge by CA Naguran. Tagore State Indian High School; Clairwood State Indian High School;
  2 1. Farewell - Mr Nieuwoudt. 2. Compulsory Education for Indians. 3. Iscor … South Africa's Steel Giant. Deputy Secretary of Indian Affairs;
  3 1. Springfield College Diploma Ceremony. 2. Honours Day at Transvaal College of Education. 3. Farewell to Mr Jack Naidoo.  
  4 1. Farmers Day at Cliffdale. 2. The Moshav by MB Naidoo. 3. Photo Flashes.

Cliffdale Agricultural Association; Agriculture (Israel); Renishaw State Aided Indian School; Fine Arts (UDW); Muslim Darul Yatama Wal Masakeen; Music festival (education);
  5 1. Leadership Course for Agriculturalists. 2. A Woman's World - Dr Ansuyah Singh 3. Another Cottage for Lakehaven.
Farming and agriculture; Writers and medical practioners; Lakehaven Childrens Home
       
       
Mar 1973 1 1. Cover: A panoramic view of young Pinus patula plantations at Cathedral Peak. 2. Indian Council Meets. 3. Our Green Heritage. Geography and Environment;
  2 1. Care and Education of the Blind and the Deaf by Essop A Khan. 2. Mr Turner Retires. 3. New Appointments in Education Branch. 4. Career opportunities for Indians at Venco. 5. Fire Prevention at home. Physically and mentally challenged; Department of Indian Affairs; V. Poonen (Educator); Employment in Engineering industry;
  3 1. Counselling by V Poonen. 2. Promotions of Senior Officials (Department of Indian Affairs). 3. Phoenix and Newlands - New Towns. Housing - Phoenix and Newlands
  4 1. Cabinet making . 2. Aid for sub-economic Cane Growers. 3. Two Blind students Excel. 4. Serious Pest of Bananas (3). Carpentry; South African Sugar Association; Zacharia Yacoob (law) ; Sivalingum Moodley (Speech and Drama); Banana farming and pest control;
  5 1. Photo Flashes. 2. Planned Nibbling. 3. Course for Sugar Technologists.

GD Pather (Medical Health Officer, Isipingo); Stanger Local Affairs Committee members; P. Algu (New Republic Bank); JS Gopal (Social Worker); I Singh (Town Planner, Isipingo); Healthy eating habits; Sugar Industry and ML Sultan Technical College
       
       
Apr 1973 1 1. Cover: The Hon, the Minister of Forestry, SP Botha, MP presents to Mr AM Rajab, Chairman of the Exec Committee of the SAIC his token of appointment as an Honorary Forest Officer . 2. Our Green Heritage. Environment; tree-planting
  2 1. Adult Education by Jack Naidoo. 2. Lightning. 3. Heraldry. 4. A Woman's World : Dr Devi Bughwan (biography)
Coat of Arms;
  3 1. Port Shepstone and its Indian Community by LM Naidoo. 2. Reading for Leisure
Employment, education, sport, welfare in Port Shepstone; reading behaviour
  4 1. Brickworks at Pietermaritzburg 2. Technical Education by M Hean. Chicken farming; ML Sultan Technical College
  5 1. News and Photo Flashes 2. The Campus of the University of Durban-Westville.
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RR Gopaulsingh (School librarian); Wilderness Leadership School; Course in Sugar Cane diseases; J Haripersadh (Olympic Art Exhibition); Westville Indian Local Affairs Committee; South African National Council for Child Welfare committee meets in Johannesburg; National Association for Local Affairs Committees;
       
May 1973 1 1. Cover: Indian and Coloured footballers in action at the South African Games . 2. Minister addresses Indian industrialists
Natal Chamber of Industries (Indian Division) - Industrial development and employment opportunities
  2 1. South African Games. 2. The year of UNISA. 3. Our Green Heritage involvement and preservation by Dr MB Naidoo. . 4. Fire and Electricity Hazards. Soccer; University of South Africa; tree-planting and conservation; Safety in the home
  3 1. Springfield College Extensions. 2. Lakehaven Playing Fields. 3. Indian Sculpture and Dance. 4. Tongaat Crematorium. Springfield College of Education; Lakehaven Childrens Home; Dance of Shiva; Tongaat Crematorium Society
  4 1. News and Photo Flashes. 2. Western Influence on Indian Women in South Africa by KP Naidoo. 3. Metrication. 4. Grey Street Proclaimed [Indian area]
Victoria Street market burns down; Management Course for businessmen and professionals; Shanta Hariepersad (Hindi Award); ML Sultan Awards; Indian community centre-Westville; Scouts and Scouting; Dannhauser State Indian Primary School; Dress, lifestyle and employment;
  5 1. The Forgotten Heroes of the Umgeni. Floods - Umgeni River - 1917; Padavatan Brothers;
       
Jun 1973 1 1. Cover: Prime Minister, BJ Vorster unveiling the plaque at the official opening of the University of Durban-Westville. 2. Inside Front Cover: A pictorial record of the opening ceremonies.
University of Durban-Westville
  2 1. Gateway to Knowledge
University of Durban-Westville
  3 1. The man at the Helm. 2. Public Relations and Development. 3. Enrolment rises rapidly. 4. Commerce - those formative years. University of Durban-Westville. [SP. Olivier].
  4 1. Theatre in the Hills. 2. A Unique Library. 3. The Role of the University in Teacher Education by AL Behr. University of Durban-Westville [Asoka Theatre, library, teacher education]
  5 1. Law as a Career. 2. Engineering - young, vigorous and well-equipped. 3. Fine Arts. 4. Language Study. 5. Zoology - the Science of Life. University of Durban-Westville - courses of study
  6 1. Botany - keeping abreast of new Developments. 2. Pharmacists in the Making. 3. Photoflashes from the Faculty of Science. 4. Social Work - A Project as a Training aid. 5. Sport and Recreation
University of Durban-Westville - courses of study
  7 1. University Residences. 2. Student Counselling Services. 3. The Historical Society. 4. The University as a Challenge: Retrospective and Prospect by C. Ramfol. 5. Back Cover: An aerial view of the Campus.
University of Durban-Westville
       
Aug 1973 1 1. Front Cover: Dr MB Naidoo being conferred Honorary Degree of D Ed. 2. Relaxation of restrictions on inter-provincial movements. 3. Diploma Ceremony at ML Sultan College. Immigration Laws
  2 1. Roshnee Development [Vereeniging]. 2. Cripple Care at Pietermaritzburg. 3. The Scholar and his Eyes.
Housing. 2. Day Care Centre [Cripple Care Association]. 3. Eye care and diseases.
  3 1. UNISA and the Indian Community. 2. Plaza's Progress. University of South Africa. 2. Oriental Plaza - Fordsburg (trade and traders- commerce)
  4 1. Tremendous Trees [Transvaal]. 2. The Use of Salt in Infant Feeding. 3. SANEL and the Epilepsy Sufferer by HWJ Rocher. 4. Promotions and New Appointments in the Division of Education. 5. A Woman's World. 1. Nature conservation, 3. South African National Epileptic League. 4. CA Naguran, AK Singh, 5. Dr Korshed Ginwala - biography.
  5 1. South African National Council for the Blind: Division for Indian Blind 2. Women to the Fore. 3.South African Indian Council 4. News and Flashes
Industry (Women); Indian War Memorial Committee; H. Baijnath (Botany); Local Affairs Elections
       
Sep 1973 1 Cover: The State President being presented with a decanter set by Mr MH Keerath, Chairman of the Isipingo Town Board, on behalf of the Indian Community.2. Tribute (Loius Nelson - Trade Union Movement and SAIC member). 3. The State President's Reception.
 
  2 1. Meeting the SAIC 2. Nurses Graduation at RK Khan Hospital. 3. They guard our borders. 4. Aid to Indian Industrialists. 5. Telling time (clocks).
South African Police ; Industrial Development Corporation;
  3 1. SAITA Conference. 2. Stammering / ME van der Bijl. 3. Hindu names. 4. This year in Parliament.
Teachers and Teaching;
  4 1. Family Life of the Indian / LL Millar. 2. PAD Dock. 3. Correct notations for numbers and monetary amounts. 4. News and Photo Flashes
Physical Education (Schools); National Convention for Indian Teachersof Science and Mathematics;Shallcross cavalcade; Water well (Dannhauser); Hotels (Sol Namara, Asoka); Bethal (Consultative Committee)
       
Oct 1973 1 1. Cover: Apprentice cutting steel with oxy-acetylene torch (page 4). 2. Executive Committee visits Transvaal and Kimberley. 3. An outline of Apprenticeship Training / JP O Gorman. South African Indian Council; Trade and Industry;
  2 1. The Economic Development of the Indian Community. 2. the Unsung Pioneers / SS Singh. 3. Chatsworth Community and Research Centre / Mona Maharaj. 4. A Tribute to the late Councillor N Phillip Commerce; Indentured Indians;
  3 1. New Services at RK Khan Hospital. 2. Pretoria's new Asiatic Bazaar.
Commerce
  4 1. Wood - The Universal Raw Material. 2. Nurses for Northdale. 3. News and Photo Flashes. 4. Teachers at Art Course.
Hospitals; Timber; Dannhauser Indian Child Welfare Society; Mosque (Roshnee);Historical Society University of Durban-Westville;
  5 1. Education for Leisure / R. Gordhan. 2. Civic Centre for Lenasia.
 
       
Nov 1973 1 1. Cover: The late Mr AM Rajab. 2. The Community mourns a dedicated leader, Mr AM Rajab. 3. Minister opens Isipingo's new Administrative Centre.  
  2 1. Integrating the school library into the Education System / RR Gopaulsingh. 2. Official Opening of Rustenburg Indian High School. 3. The Aryan Benevolent Home's New Project.  
  3 1. Indians in the Coal Mining Industry. 2. Founders' Day at ML Sultan Technical College. 3. The Hanuman Flag. Hindu Prayers
  4 1. Admission of pupils to schools. 2. Eating habits.3. Laudium and its Industries. Food and Health
  5 1.Happiness and Service. 2. Blind Bowlers. 3.News and Photo Flashes.
Sport; Springfield College of Education; Folk Dance (Garba);Transvaal Society for Indian Blind Welfare;Local Affairs Committee election results
       
Dec 1973 1 1. Cover: St Anthony's Church, Centenary Rd, Durban. 2. Inside Cover: Christmas Message from the Minister of Indian Affairs, Senator OPF Horwood. 3. South African Indian Council Meets. 4. Creation of a Division of Agriculture in the Dept of Indian Affairs. 5. New members of the SAIC.  
  2 1. Fiat Lux besoek Warmbad. 2. Three New Schools Opened. 3. Family Planning.
Estcourt Indian Primary School;Pioneer State Indian Primary School (Actonville);Monterena State Indian High School (Chatsworth)
  3 1. Heidelberg and its Indian Community. 2. Schools' Gymnastic Championships. 3. Housing at Northdale (Pietermaritzburg). 4. The Role of Parents in Counselling/ V. Poonan. 5. Death of Mr Harry Bodasing. 6.Cafeteria '73. Springfield College of Education
  4 1. An Historic Market. 2. Our Green Heritage. 3. Belt-up for Safety's Sake
 
  5 1. News and Photo Flashes
Elections (Laudium, Dundee, Potgietersrus, Koster) schools (Verulam, AD Lazarus)

 

 

Issue Part Titles Subjects
Feb 1974 1 1. Cover: Indrani Pillay (Springfield College) receives diploma from Dr MB Naidoo. 2. UNISA and its Students.
 
  2 1. The Indian Community: Some facts and figures. 2. Diploma Ceremonies at Colleges of Education. 3. Welfare Centres for Indians. 4. Postal Codes.
(Springfield, Transvaal); Community Centres;
  3 1. The Novel and Life / K. Singh. 2. Trail-blazers in an Indian Woman's World. 3. Road Safety
Reading and writing literature; Women;
  4 1. Departmental Promotions (Indian Affairs); 2. On Leaving School. 3. Hindu Names. 4. New Hostel for School for Indian Blind (New Horizon School)
AE Randaree
  5 1. Maintaining an Interest in Reading / RR Gopaulsingh. 2. Music at the University (Durban-Westville). 3. News Flashes Jaycee International; Nursing (C. Pillay); Boys Scouts (Beryl Pillay); Benoni Elections;
       
Mar 1974 1 1. Cover: Breakthrough to Literacy (page 16). 3. Additional Council Members (University of Durban-Westville) 2. Meeting of the SAIC.
 
  2 1. Careers: The Social Worker. 2. Deceased Estates: In the train of death. (wills)  
  3 1. the Birth of Indian Soccer / MM John. 2. Some thoughts on Vernacular Education / T. Vadivelu. 3. New Courses at Institutions of Higher Education.
Sport; University of Durban-Westville ML Sultan Technical College
  4 1. Breakthrough to Literacy / Nienaber.  
  5 1. Muslim Names /MA Mehtar. 2. The Numerical Revolution / RR Gopaulsingh. 3. Successful Educational Conference at the University of Durban-Westville. 4 News and Photoflashes. Catering; St Aidans Hospital; Verulam (Industry and commerce); ML Sultan College Development fund;
  6 1. 4 News and Photoflashes 2. Road Safety: Protective Helmets for Motor-Cyclists. 3. Promotions at the University of Durban-Westville (Badra Ranchod).

Hospital Chaplan's Conference;
       
Apr 1974 1 1. Cover: Unveiling of plaque at Opening of Westville Community Hall. 2. "FIRSTS" at University of Durban-Westville (graduation). 3. Halls at High Schools.
 
  2 1. Indian Welfare Organisations: A Survey of Developments / BA Naidoo. Natal Indian Blind Society; Durban Indian Child Welfare Society; Friends of the Sick Association; Natal Cripple Care Association; NICRO;
  3 1. Those Early Years / A. Ramphal. 2. Indian Wedding Rites: The Tamil Wedding Ceremony / KM Naidu. 3. Creative Reading MF Cassim. Indian Marriages
  4 1. Careers: The Attorney. 2. State Library Non-White Study Division: Personal Loans Service and Reference Service 3. Teacher Education at Crossroads 4. Appointment of Associate Professors at University of Durban-Westville
.
Career Guidance; libraries; CM Lakhi; HS Govinden
  5 1. Fitness for Health / P. Vesely. 2. News and Photoflashes. Physical fitness and health; Estcourt Womens Group; Symphony Concert (UDW);
       
May 1974 1 1. Cover: Trainee Television Technicians performing tests in the Laboratory (Page 10) 2. Indian Industrialists Meet. Natal Chamber of Industries (Indian Division)
  2 1. Diploma Ceremony (ML Sultan Technical College). 2. South Africa's Fuel Position. 3. Indian Wedding Rites: The Muslim Marriage.  
  3 1. Technician Training at ML Sultan Technical College/ JP Ogorman. 2. Lift Clubs. Transportation
  4 1. Opportunities in the Clothing Industry / S Cotwall.2. News from Springfield College of Education. 3. New Headquarters for Indian Teachers. 4.Truancy: The Child and the Family / V. Poonan South African Indian Teachers Association.
  5 1. News and Photoflashes. 2. Do We Respect Old Age?. Brett Young Award to AE Randaree; Postal services (Promotions); ML Sultan School of Hotel and Catering; Institute of Traffic Officers (Joseph Francis). AA Maniya from Pakistan visists mines; National Science Foundation of America; Rotary group visists Laudium;
  6 1. University's New Facilities . 2. Metric Recipes 3. Imminisation against TB
Durban-Wesville sport facilities;
       
Jun 1974 1 1. Cover: The Hon JC Heunis, Minister of Indian Affairs. 2. Message by the Hon JC Heunis, Minister of Indian Affairs.  
  2 1. Graduation Ceremony at the University of Durban-Westville.  
  3 1. Establishment of Indian Service Battalion. 2.UNISA Graduation Ceremony. Natal Indian ex-servicemans League (SA Navy);
  4 1. Estcourt and its Indian Community. 2. Vehicle Safety Project. 3. Vocational placement of the deaf /GT Cumming.3. Value for your Money 4.Increases in Social Pensions, Grants and Subsidies. . Food and nutrition;
  5 1. Drama: its role in Education / D Grobeler. 2. Careers: The Postman. 3. From Dressmaker to Watchmaker (Mrs Pather).
 
  6 1. Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (South African Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence) 2. News and Photoflashes.
GK Nair; Durban Association for the Indian Aged; Durban Indian Child Welfare Society opening; Bowling Green for the Blind
       
Aug 1974 1 1. Cover: Rifle drill will form part of the training of the Indian Service Battalion (Page 16). 2.[South African ] Indian Council Meets 3. Minister addresses SAIC.
 
  2 1. Minister tours Indian Areas. 2. Farewell to Mr EP Fowle. 3. Stanwest: A new era for Standerton's Indian Community. 4. Events at Durban-Westville. Dr M Sankar (Chemistry); National Symphony Orchestra
  3 1. Oriental Plaza (Fordsburg). 2. The Indian Service Battalion. 3. Malabar (Port Elizabeth) : Valley of Progress. 3. Agricultural News. Navy; Natal Indian Agriculturl co-operative
  4 1. The Tamils: Their History, Language and Literature / KM Naidu. 2. Be Prepared for Freeway Driving. 3. Photo Flashes. Standerton Indan High School; Southern Cross State Indian High School;
  5 1. Durban Indian Child Welfare Society's Annual General Meeting. 2. Wives of Delegates to Sugar Congress visit Educational Institutions. 3. "Fun Day" at Chatsworth (Sport). 4. Pollution.  
       
Sep 1974 1 1. Cover: Zebra grazing in the Game Park at Lake Midmar (Page 16). 2. Machinery for the Election of Members of the SAIC (South African Indian Council).  
  2 1. The Indian School Medical Services. 2. Primindia: Brits' Indian Township 3. SAIC Elections.  
  3 1. Nurses Graduation at RK Khan Hospital. 2. "Learning to be": The SAITA Conference. 3. A week-end at Lake Midmar resort. 4. A Woman's World mrs Hawa Habib.  
  4 1. Metrication: Fuel Consumption. 2. Youth Leadership Course
Rotary Club
  5 1. Afrikaans: A Modern Language / RW Hepers. 2. Pretoria Indian Child Welfare Society. 3. Preparing for the Future. 4. Photo Flashes. Labour ; Career Guidance; Prilla Mills; Standard Bank; Middelburg; Piet Retief; Umzinto Town Board; Dutch visitors
       
Oct 1974 1 1. Cover: One of the sweet wrapping machines at the Verulam factory (Page 16).2. Your Own Battalion. 3. Extensions to Springfield College. Indian Corps Training Batallion (Army, Airforce, Navy).
  2 1. Tech Celebrates Founders Day.2. Dr MB Naidoo for UNO (United Nations Organisation) .3. Natal Winter School on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence / LL Millar. 4. Gymnaestrada.5. Do's and Dont's of Freeway Driving. ML Sultan Technical College; Gymnastics;
  3 1. Focus on Industry: Sweetmaking at Verulam. 2. The Platoon School System/ GK Nair.  
  4 1. Creation of an Agricultural Division in the Department of Indian Affairs. 2. Photo news from the University of Durban-Westville. Agriculture;
  5 1. The History of Modern Gujarati Literature / NP Desai. 2. News and Photoflashes. 3. Back Cover : Indian Corps Training Batallion ML Sultan Technical College;Springfield Training College; Police Services (Promotions); Garba ; Indian Corps Training Batallion ; Indian Bishop (SG Naidoo); Northern Natal Priary School Sports Association; Illovo Indian Primary School;
       
Nov 1974 1 1. Cover: Typical of the fine houses built overlooking the sea at Park Rynie (Page 16). 2. Craftsmanship via Apprenticeship / Alec Solomon. . Technical Education
  2 1. Accidents at Level Crossings. 2. Language Practices of Indian Communities in the Caribbean Countries and Great Britain / Devi Bughwan. 3. Accident Prevention Pays.  
  3 1. Pioneers in Industry. 2. Umzinto North: A new Indian Town (Commerce and Industry). City Metal Products;
  4 1. Indian Languages: Urdu/ MA Mehtar. 2. Middelburg and its Indian Community. 3. Fertilisation of Banana Plants: A reminder to growers. 4. Children and Road Safety.  
  5 1. News and Photoflashes. 2. Choosing a Course of Study at University/ TH Reddy. Ramakrishna Youth Rally; Sylvia Lawrence; CM Bassa; Indian Corps Training Batallion (Army, Airforce, Navy).; Jagdish Bhatt (Collection of autographed photos); Lifesaving clinic at Isipingo Beach; DR MB Naidoo returns from India; Career Guidance
       
Dec 1974 1 1. Cover: The Prime Minister chatting with Mr AM Moolla and Mr JN Reddy during the tea recess..  
  2 1. Prime Minister opens the third Statutory SAIC. 2. The role of the SAIC in the future development of the Indian people.  
  3 1. Reconstitution of the SAIC. 2. The years 1961 to 1971: A brief review 3. Luncheon in honour of the Prime Minister. South African Indian Council.
  4 1. The Dept of Indian Affairs: An Historical Review.  
  5 1. Local Government for Indians in Natal / EW Fowle. 2. Background to the Constitutional and Legal Status of the Indian people/ ME Sultan.  

 

 

Issue Part Titles Subjects
Feb 1975 1 1. Cover: A group of trainees learn the art of splicing and tying knots at Saldanha Bay (page 8). 2. Land use problems in Indian Agriculture / DM Scotney and DM Rix. Indian Corps Training Batallion ; Farming
  2 1. External Examinations: A brief historical survey / WB Lloyd. 2. Indian trainees at Saldanha Bay. Education; Indian Corps Training Batallion
  3 1. Honours Day: Transvaal College of Education. 2. Perspective on progress in Educational Technology/ L Gordon. 3. Index to issues of Fiat Lux: Vol 8 No1 to Vol 9 No 10. .  
  4 1. Amazimnyama's Indian Spice Box. 2. "Baital Aman": The House of Peace. The Andhras and Telegus/ RS Naidoo. Childrens Home (La Mercy); Darul Yatama Wal Masakeen;
  5 1. First Indian Borough (Isipingo). 2. Promotions and Appointments in the Dept of Indian Affairs. 3. News and Photoflashes. LE Peters; C. Soobiah, BA Balkisson; Ismail Mohammed (Advocate); South African Indian Schools Gymnastic Championships; Fatima Moosa; Department of Indian Affairs (Verulam)
       
Mar 1975 1 1. Cover: The Hon SJM Steyn, Minister of Indian Affairs. 2. South African Indian Council Meets. 3. Conference between the Prime Minister and the Executive Committee of the SAIC.  
  2 1. Careers: The Pharmacist. 2. University Launches Development Fund. 3. A Woman's World. (S. Poovalingam) Durban Westville;
  3 1. The Institute for Social and Economic Research of the University of Durban-Westville. 3. Sol Namara (Hotels). 4. Indian Drivers for Durban's Bus Services. Transportation;
  4 1. Dundee and its Indian Community. 2. Historical Survey of Indian Scouting in SA / RG Pillay.  
  5 1.Official opening of new schools in Midlands and Northern Natal. 2. Responsibility of Children in Pedestrian Accidents. 3. News and Photoflashes. Greenhill Primary School; Dundee State Indian High School; Weenan State Indian Primary School; Art Exhibition at UDW; AK Singh (Board of Management- School for the Deaf); Housing (Ladysmith); Parklands State Indian Primary School (Prize-winning); Tongaat Group (worker liason Committee); Pietermaritzburg Mental Health Society;
       
Apr 1975 1 1. Cover: Young women working in a laboratory (page 4). 2. Progress towards political development. Inadian and Coloured Political Representation
  2 1. Education and the Indian girl /E Osman. 2. Establishment of a Medical Scheme for Indians in the Public Sector. Education for women; Medical Aid
  3 1. What is Defensive Driving? / E Mocke. 2. News from the Campus. 3. Travel through the Transkei.4. The Publications Act: Appointment of Indian Advisory Committee. 5. Seminar for Cane Testers. University of Durban-Westville; travel permits; Immigration restriction; Sugar Industry
  4 1. Open Day at RK Khan Hospital. 2. the Education and Training of the Partially Sighted Child/ PP Peach. 3. the Metre Convention.  
  5 1. Hotel School Passing Out Function (ML Sultan Technical College). 2. The Population Explosion: Parental Responsibility / MS Holman. . 3. News and Photoflashes. Family planning; ML Sultan College Business Alumni; Orientation courses for Post Office clerks; Shallcross Garden Club; National Automobile Dealers Association;
       
May 1975 1 1. cover: Dr N Diederichs met members of the SAIC shortly after his inauguration as State President. From left to right: Messrs G Munsook, JN Reddy (Chairman), the State President, IFH Mayet and A Rajbansi.2. Inauguration of Dr N Diederichs as State President.  
  2 1. Minister addresses Indian industrialists (M. Steyn). 2. Questions in the House of Assembly. 3. Farewell to PW Prinsloo (Director of Indian Education)..  
  3 1. The MA Motala Lads Hostel. 2. Gymnaestrada '75. 3 University of Durban-Westville Graduation Ceremony. Boys hostel; gymnastics and sport;
  4 1. The Indian Training Battalion. 2. Mr G Krog: Director of Indian Education. 3. Official News National Indian Medical Scheme, Pupil Agricultural advisers.4. ML Sultan's Technical College's Diploma Ceremony.
Indian Corps Training Batallion;
  5 1. Indian Guiding in Natal. 2. News and Photoflashes. 3. The Population Explosion: Affluence or Starvation/ MS Holman. Girl Guides; Jenab Bekal Utsahi (Urdu poet); Student nurses RK Khan hospital; Physical education; Music teachers meet; Family planning
       
Jun 1975 1 1. Cover: A woodwork class at the Reservoir Hills State Indian High School (page 16). 2. Inter-Provincial Movements of Indians. 3. Administrator visits Umzinto North Town Board. Immigration Restriction;
  2 1. RK Khan Provincial Hospital Nurses' Graduation. 2. Teacher Education. Springfield College of Education
  3 1. Opening of University Library. 2. Differentiated Education well on its way/ CA Naguran. Schools
  4 1. South African Gujarati Convention. 2. Are Children Miniature Adults?. 3.Have a Ripe Banana / HD Swarts 4. Question in the House of Assembly. 5. The Population Explosion and Food / MS Holman.  
  5 1. Physio- Therapy Clinic for the Aged. 2. Reaching for the Stars. 3. Afrikaans 100 Jaar Oud. South African Police Services
       
Aug 1975 1 1. Cover: Mr & Mrs VS Chetty being introduced to the State President & Mrs Diederichs by Mr AL Pretorius, Secretary to the State President (Page 2). 2. The State President's Reception.  
  2 1. Minister Tours Indian Areas Isipingo, Chatsworth, Verulam). 2. Indian Council Meets.  
  3 1. Conference on the Visually Handicapped (blind). 2. Promotions in Indian Education. 3. SAITA Conference. MG Pillay, RL Charles (Inspectors of Education); South African Indian Teachers Association;
  4 1. Afrikaans Taalkonferensie (Afrikaans Language Conference). 2. UNISA Graduation. 3. News and Photoflashes. University of South Africa; Carnival (Chatsworth) Durban Milk Publicity Association; Badminton (Springfield College of Education)
  5 1. Science and Mathematics Convention. 2. The Indian Jaycees.  
       
Sep 1975 1 1. Cover: The Hon SJM Steyn, MP, Minister of Indian Affairs, unveils a plaque at a site in Chatsworth (Industrial Development Corporation factories). Present are from left Clr AD Adams, Mayor of Durban, JJ Kitshoff & JN Reddy (Page 2). 2. Founders Day at ML Sultan Technical College.  
  2 1. Building Programme for Indian Education / RL Pienaar. 2. Gymnaestrada. Schools; Gymnastics
  3 1. First Indian on Prime Minister's Economic Advisory Council. 2. Some Aspects of Pineapple Cultivation for Indian farmers (Part 1) / DP Keetch et al. 3. Lunch Hour Concerts at Durban-Westville. 4. News from the Campus. University of Durban-Westville (Female student enrolment increase; Giftedness Conference; Open week at Chemistry Department)
  4 1. Open Study Day on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence. 2. Foster Family Care. 3. Self-Advancement through Part-time Study / M Naicker 4. Are Children Miniature Adults? . South African National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence; Child and Family Welfare;
  5 1. The Asoka Theatre. 2. Public Library in Umzinto. 3. News and Photoflashes. Community Chest;
       
Oct 1975 1 1. Director officially opens Deccan Road School. 2. The late Mr Jack Naidoo.  
  2 1. SA Indian Corps Training Battalion. 2. Adoption: The Legal Aspects. 3. Bekal Utsahi: Restless Genius of Urdu Poetry.  
  3 1. Arya Pratinidhi Sabha celebrates Golden Jubilee. 2. South Africa's first Indian Woman State Prosecutor (Devigi Pillay). 3. Pineapple Cultivation/ DP Keetch 4. Senior Police Officer Dies (Kabalmurthi Nayager)..  
  4 1. Die Afrikaanse Taalfeesaand by Springfield Kollege= the Afrikaans Language Evening Festival by Springfield College of Education.. 2. Afrikaans Lok Meer Studente. 3. New Housing for Iscor Workers. 4. Long Service Awards for Iscor Workers. 5. New Priest for Umgeni Road Temple. 6. People and Events. SP Olivier (Durban-Westville); Dr MB Naidoo with Mr Dona-Fologo (Ivory Coast); Springfield Gardens State Indian Primary School; MEC Paruk Hostel (New Horizon School for the Blind); ML Sultan Technical Education (Salesmanship graduation);
  5 1. Environmental Pollution. 2. Weenen. 3. ML Sultan College's Hotel & Catering School. 4. Durban Children win World Art Awards.  
       
Nov 1975 1 1. Cover: A view of the new hostel for students at the New Horizon School for the Blind (page 2). 2. Formal Schooling is the Right of all Children. New Horizon School for the Blind
  2 1. The Teacher and the Pupil / MG Pillay. 2. Staff Changes in the Dept of Indian Affairs. 3. Verulam. attitudes; education;
  3 1. Mr EV Naidoo retires (Marriage Officer, Department of Indian Affairs). 2. Pineapple Cultivation / DP Keetch. 3. The Homogeneous Grouping of Class 1 Pupils : an introduction to the aptitude tests for beginners / DJ Swart and TM Coetzee. Psychological tests
  4 1. The Changing Status of Indian Women in South Africa / Sabitha Jithoo. 2. The SAIC's Fourth Session. 3. Medical Scheme for Indian Civil Servants. South African Indian Council;
  5 1. SA Indian Corps: First Cadets Pass Out . 2. People and Events. South African Indian Training Corps Battalion; Orient Club; S. Govender receives crest of the City of Durban; RK Khan Hospital (Ivy Poodhun); ML Sultan Technical College; Louis Trichardt Primary School; SI Vawda (SAIC member obituary)
       
Dec 1975 1 1. Cover: Back to school.2. Transvaal College of Education Graduation. 3. University of Durban- Westviile Graduation.  
  2 1. Indian Affairs Department clerks win Special Awards. 2. Iscor needs skilled Indian workers. 3. Three times a winner. 4. The Prisoner and the Social Worker / LL Millar. Gonsul Pillay (Photographer);
  3 1. Pineapple cultivation / DP Keetch. 2. Alcoholism affects the entire family. 3. Measles can be fatal.  
  4 1. Belt him up! (Road Safety). 2. Road Safety Speech Contest. 3. Mental Health Clinic for Pietermaritzburg. 4. Wenke om inflasie te bekamp = ways to giht inflation. 5. Consumer Council: the public's watchdog.
 
  5 1. Man is destroying the earth / RM Morris. Pollution

 

 

Issue Part Titles Subjects
Feb 1976 1 1. Cover: A new library, catering for all residents of the town, opened in Westville, Natal (page 16). 2. Family Planning. 3. Springfield College.  
  2 1. Nothing I can Do .. (Inflation). 2. Something special. 3. The telecommunications technician. Promotions - chief clerks, Department of Indian Affairs
  3 1. South African Indian Council. 2. Italian at University of Durban-Westville. 3. News from the Department of Indian Affairs (Promotions). 4. Westville Library. 5. New recruits for police.  
  4 1. New appointments to the Inspectorate (Education). 2. Terrapin school buildings. 3. The semester system (universities)  
  5 1. The Role of the Inspector / MG Pillay.2. Police Science course. 3. People and Events.
Education; Evergreen Primary School; ML Sultan Technical College
       
Mar 1976 1 1. Cover: A milestone was reached when Phoenix New Town was opened (page 2). 2. Inside Front Cover: Apprentice Electricians. 3. A new town (Phoenix).  
  2 1. ML Sultan College (physical education) 2. University News. 3. Newcastle School of Industries. 3. Magistrate Court.
 
  3 1. Youth Camps . 2. Classical Dance / Shrimati Ambigay. 3. Wasbank . Umgeni Jaycees; Bharata Natyam
  4 1. Police: A carreer.  
  5 1. Northern Natal. 2. Resource Centres/ G Pather. 3. Scouting / SK Reddy. 4. Choking. 5. Training Centres (mentally disabled/challenged).6. The Navy: Unusual career possibilities (musical career).
Dundee; Ladysmith; Glencoe; Estcourt;
  6 1. Cleaning Services : a Career. 2. People and Events. Naidoo brothers (horseracing); madam Satyabhama Kolapen; Rashida Essack (Afrikaans); Phoenix; ME Sultan; Education - promotions
  7 1. Help the cripple  
       
May/June 1976 1 1. Cover: What Education is all about. 2. Inside Front Cover: Foreword by the Minister of Indian Affairs, the Hon SJM Steyn. 3. Directors' Messages (Indian Education).
 
  2 1. Education: the key to self-development / HA Prinsloo. Compulsory, differentiated, teacher, technical, university.
  3 1. Organisation & Planning : the challenge / N van der Walt.
Educational planning
  4 1. A Decade of Growth & Progress MG Pillay and CA Naguran. Progress in Education
  5 1. Teacher Education/ E Osman.  
  6 1. School Accommodation : development and progress in the last decade/ GK Nair. 2. Special Education and psychological services / AK Singh and PB Singh.
 
  7 1. University Education / NJ Nel.  
  8 1. Technical Education Alec Solomon 2 Education & the Indian Community/ MB Naidoo.  
       
Jul 1976 1 1. Cover: Cape Town: where South Africa started in 1652. . 2. Cape Town : a city of contrasts.  
  2 1. The Minister of Community Development, , SJM Steyn opened a new venue in Newcastle. 2. Television: The University of Durban-Westville leads once again in another field. 3. Another milestone. National Indian Medical Scheme
  3 1. From tin to tent. 2. Railway Police. 3. Graduation: Two recent ceremonies ( UNISA and University of Durban-Westville). Tin Town floods;
  4 1. Anti-inflation publicity campaign. 2. Farmers' Day at Cliffdale. 3. Swami consecrates temple (Northdale Siva Nyana Sabha) 4. Training: a key to success (Tongaat Group) .
 
  5 1. A useful service. 2. Social pensions and grants. 3. People & Events. Indian Service Battalion; Islamic books donated to Durban-Westville; Durban School for the Indian Deaf;
       
Aug 1976 1 1. Cover: On Christmas Day, 1497, Vasco da Gama sighted Durban bay and named it "Terra Natalia". Today this port handles more tonnage of cargo than all the Republic's other ports combined. 2. Inside Front Cover: Mr HA Prinsloo, Secretary for Indian Affairs since 1970, has been appointed as a member of the Public Service Commission. 3. South African Indian Council.  
  2 1. Pietermaritzburg Market. 2. Sugar Industry's superb training facilities. 3. People & Events.
Department of Islamic Studies (UDW); Library (Dassenhoek); Cassim Family; S Pillay (Teller); RA Govender (UmzintoBoard); JPO Gorman (ML Sultan); Speech contest;
  3 1. Impressions on special education overseas / JG Nieuwoudt. 2. Inaugural Addresses (UDW). 3. Agricultural advisers at Cedara.
Dorothy Behr, Professor Zangenberg, Professor Volschenk);
  4 1. Springfield College of Education : students excel. 2. Northdale Provincial hospital : diploma ceremonies. 3. Friends say goodbye (Mr Prinsloo, director of Indian education retires).  
  5 1. ML Sultan Technical College - reward for hard work (diploma and certificates). 2. Industrial Development Corporation: Its objects, policy and how applications should be submitted.
 
  6 1. Durban Society for marriage and family life. 2. Anniversary celebrations : Shri Siva Subramaniar Alayam , Verulam. 3. Water pollution / AJ Raubenheimer. 4. Outstanding Scientific achievement (Suleman Moola). 5. University of Durban-Westville.
Durban Marriage Guidance Society.;
       
Sep 1976 1 1. Cover: HA Prinsloo, ex-Secretary of the Dept of Indian Affairs bids goodbye to Mr LT Peter, chief clerk in the dept.. 2. Durban says goodbye to Mr Prinsloo.  
  2 1. Multinational Mission to Germany. 2. Workshop Sessions for adjustment class teachers. 3. Postal Progress. 4. Successful sugar testers. Post office services;
  3 1. Eltivillas (Louis Trichardt)/ S. Lachman. 2. Milk carnival. 3. People and events. R. Moodley (Group Areas Board); Tongaat Indian High Debs Ball; RK Khan Hospital (Promotions); Mahomed Ally (Sales Rep); K Pillay (Senior Clerk - IAD);
  4 1. People & Events. 2. Wilderness awareness. SAITA conference. Mack Naidoo (Public prosecutor); Nature conservation;
  5 1.The National Indian Medical Aid Scheme. 2. Coronation Hospital.  
  6 1. Oriental Plaza (Fordsburg). 2. Shallcross Sports Stadium.  
       
Oct 1976 1 1. Cover: Pupils of the Gandhi-Desai Indian High School in Durban being congratulated on the excellent results obtained in the "AFRIKAANSE LAER TAALEKSAMENS VAN 1975". 2. Secretary of Indian Affairs (GJ Brummer appointed). 3. Registration of Voters (page 3).  
  2 1. Hostel: ML Sultan Technical College. 2. Career: Police Parade. 3. Farewell: Admiral Bieermann. 4. New Executive Member (SAIC). Police Services;
  3 1. Factories in Chatsworth. 2. Guidance Conference. 3. Vocational Guidance. 4. Northdale Hospital / SR Naidoo. Industrial Development Corporation; Guidance and Psychological Counselling; Pietermaritzburg and District Chamber of Commerce;
  4 1. Borough status for Verulam. 2. Swartruggens / S Lachman. 3. Nurses' solemn pledge. 4. People & Events.5. Publications of the University. Swartruggens Community (Housing and Development); RK Khan Hospital; D. Mohamed and Vivek Naicker (Information Officers) to SA Embassy (London); Springfield Musical;
  5 1. Indian Youth Leadership Course / MR Singh. 2. Marburg Township receives autonomy. 3. Careers Week. School Counsellors; Voter registration announcement;
       

Nov 1976

1 1. Cover: From the beginning of this year the Sitar has been offered as a practical subject at the University of Durban-Westville (page 19) 2.Inside Front Cover: Rotary Award for Dr MB Naidoo. Music;
  2 1. The Inter-Cabinet Council. 2. Mental Health Centre: Official Opening. 3. Afrikaans op skool. ML Sultan Pietermaritzburg Indian Mental Health Centre; Afrikaans in Schools;
  3 1. Nutrition and the health of the mouth. 2. Child and family welfare. 3. Sound Advice. 4. The challenge in Business Administration. Family Planning; School guidance and counselling; Alcohol and Drug Abuse; South African National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (SANCA); Family businesses.
  4 1. Nelindia [Township, Nelspruit]. 2. It was a very good year [Rectors report, University of Durban-Westville]. 3. Let there be music [University of Durban-Westville]. Housing;
  5 1. Ladysmith : the pride of the Natal Midlands. 2. Some impressions of a visit to conferences in the United States of America and the Far East / SP Olivier. 3. People and Events. Education (Ladysmith); Sanathan Dharma Sabha Temple; Sufi Mosque; Comparative Ideologies and Politics; Schools; ML Sultan Technical College;
  6 1. Art education. 2. Agricultural co-operatives. 3. Music: Springfield College Siver Jubillee Celebrations.  
       
Dec 1976 1 1. Cover: In 1977 Prof Devi Bhagwan will become the first woman professor at the University of Durban-Westville. 2. The SAIC: Seventh meeting of the Council in Durban from November 2-5, 1976. 3. Donations to the ML Sultan Technical College in Durban. 4. Promotions in the Dept of Indian Affairs.  
  2 1. The SABC Indian Magazine - on Radio today. 2. Congress on Educational Technology. 3. Springfield Teachers' College celebrates its 25th anniversary. 4. Promotions in the Dept of Education.
Saturday Mirror; Springfield College of Education;
  3 1. The SAIC bids farewell to Mr HA Prinsloo. 2. Registration of Voters: official announcement. 3. Promotions: Mr A Ramsamy at the ML Sultan College & Mr V Poonen at the Dept of Education. 4. "KAFETARIA": an evening of Afrikaans poetry and songs. 5. University of Durban-Westville Art Exhibitions. Education;
  4 1. Founders' Day at the ML Sultan Technical College. 2. People & Events. 3. Speech & Drama. Education; drama; Jaycees; ML Sulatan School of Catering; National Indian Medical Scheme (NIMS); Donations
  5 1. The South African Indian Naval Corps meets with the Council. 2. Getting to know you : getting to learn all about you / L Brown . 3. Students' Counselling Centre (University of Durban-Westville). Aquarium (Durban);
     
       

 

 

1. Cover: Girl in front of lamp - Deepavali. 2. Inside Front Cover: Donations to Educational Institutions. 3. Retirements & Promotions in the Division of Education.
Issue Part Titles Subjects
Feb 1977 1 1. Cover: During a recent visit to Natal, the Minister of Information & Interior, Louis le Grange met with members of the SAIC. Photographed with him are Dr MB Naidoo, Mr AM Moolla, Chairman of the SAIC and Mr I Kathrada. 2. Registration of Voters. South African Indian Council;
  2 1. Recognition of Meritorious Service. 2. The World at Work . 3. Basketball Clinic. 4. Medical Achievement. 5. National Conference / AL Behr. Ram Singh (Bookmaker); Far East Rand Hospital (Springs); Education.
  3 1. Cultural Environment / CSA Mohamed. 2. The Cabinet Council [ composed of white, indian and coloureds]. 2. Essentials for Living. Family , child , parent , teacher; children - food, hygiene and immunisation;
  4 1. Navy. 2. Home Economics. 3. Potchefstroom (Mohadin Indian Township).4. People & Events. . Indian Corps Training Battalion; Military; Education;
  5 1. People & Events.2. Financial aid to Blind and Deaf Students. 3. Estcourt's Library. Isipingo Heights Primary School; Johannesburg Indian Social Welfare Association (Leela Desai);
       
       
Mar 1977 1 1. Front & Inside Cover: The Executive Committee of the SAIC met with three Cabinet Ministers: SJM Steyn Minister of Indian Affairs and Community Development; Chris Heunis, Minister of Economic Affairs & Dr CP Mulder, Minister of the Interior & Information. South African Indian Council
  2 1. The Prime Minister's Message. 2. Grey Street.  
  3 1. Richmond.2. World at Work. 3. Spionkop Pleasure Resort & Nature Reserve. Seine Netter (Fishing);
  4 1. Spionkop Pleasure Resort & Nature Reserve. 2. Fiat Lux Index vol. 10 and 11. 3. People & Events. South African Nursing Association (Ramsager Rampersadh); Publicity Association (K. Naidoo);
5 1. Springfield College students visit Cape Town. 2. New Indian council member (Sukraj Chotai). 3. Credit is good, but …4. USA Conferences/ B. Naidoo 5. Rush into teaching profession. Comparative Politics (12th Conference);
  6 1. Golden Gateway Training Centre/ AK Singh and GN Singh. 2. University News (Staffing). . Mental Health Services;
  7 1. Cricket in Lenasia / Colin Bryden. 2. Senior Certificate results. 3. The value of sport (Deaf). 4. New Welfare Centre in Port Elizabeth.5. Back Cover: An anxious mother comes to collect her offspring at the end of their first day at school. Social Services.
       
Apr 1977 1 1. Cover: Shallcross Garden Competition . 2. University of Durban-Westville awards Doctor of Commerce to AM Moola. 3. The SAIC (South African Indian Council). 4.Goals to strive for. Dr JN Diederichs speech in light of 1976 riots.
  2 1.The Cabinet Council at the opening of Parliament. 2. The World at Work. 3. Umzinto Housing. 4. Scouting. Fine Arts (UDW) - ceramic artists;
  3 1.Come into my garden …2. Dromedaris. 3. Future Projects .

Shallcross Garden Competition; Dutch East India Company settlement in the Cape under Jan Van Riebeeck. Natal Indian Cripple Care Association (Clare Estate New Germany Road); Special Education.
  4 1.Cravenby (Schools - Cape). 2. Chatsworth Factory Flats. Industry (Chatsworth);
  5 1.Transvaal College of Education Diploma Ceremony. 2. People: Activities and Achievements. Islamic Art exhibition; KH Naidu (Law Studies); Pesticide use; University graduations;
  6 1.People: Activities and Achievements. 2. Services at the University of Durban-Westville/ AL Behr. 3. The Late AS Kajee. GH Abdoola (Wage Board); Aliminium recycling; Child Guidance Centre
       
May 1977 1 1. Cover: The degree of doctor Commercii, Honoris Causa, was conferred on Mr Amod Mahomed Moolla at the graduation ceremony of the University of Durban-Westville (page 6). 2. Inside Front Cover: The new community Hall in Silverglen..  
  2 1. Golden Jubilee of the Durban Indian Child Welfare Society. 2. The World at Work. 3. Graduation Ceremony at the University of Durban-Westville. The bus driver;
  3 1. Progress: Education - provision of school accomodation. 2.People: Activities & Achievements. 3. Sport Centre (South Coast District Indian Football Association); SEIFSA Award (O. Bickram); Umzinto North Town Board (EM John); Art Education (M. Solai); Natal Cricket Board (Cassim Bassa); Industrial Arts (SE Majam); Inspector of Education (G. Khadaroo); ML Sultan (M. Naicker); DD Bhika;
  4 1. Crime: its cause and prevention / EE Poodhun. 2. SAIC. 3. Oriental Plaza (Fordsburg). Trade and Traders; Commerce
  5 1. Navy: New arrivals at Salisbury. 2. President's report at the ML Sultan Technical College.  
  6 1. "The more language one knows …" / MG Pillay. 2. The Ganasa Temple (Mount Edgecombe) 3. Work Study Course. Vernacular Languages and classes.
  7 1. Marriage: In or Out of Community of Property / MH Levy. 2. Cripple Care (Social Work). 3. Donation for the ML Sultan Technical College. 4. Back cover: A Classical dancer performs. Natal Indian Cripple Care Association; Spes Nova;
       
Jun 1977 1 1. Cover: Wyebank had been proclaimed a group area for Indian Ownership and occupation (page 6). 2. Inside Front cover: New appointments to committees. 3. The Rand Show. 4. The World at Work. copyright and censorship; education (displays); Telephonist (June Nabbi)
  2 1. Wyebank 2. Springfield College of Education Diploma Presentation Ceremony 3.Islamic Art Exhibition
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  3 1. My Impressions of Germany / SR Maharaj. 2. Activities at the Transvaal College of Education. 3. UNISA Graduation Ceremony.  
  4 1. Progress: The ML Sultan Technical College. 2. Training centre ceremony in Pietermaritzburg. 3. Career Seminar [for Guidance Teachers and Councillors-in-training]. 4. People: Activities & Achievements. . Training Centre for Mentally handicapped children; Witteklip State Indian High School; Hotel and Catering Trade (Reuben Thomas);
  5 1. Poster Exhibition. 2. Springfield College Hostel. 3. Aryan Benevolent Home (Fire). Exhibition (art and anti-inflation);
  6 1. Agricultural Extension Technicians (ML Sultan Technical College). 2. Council members meets French visitors. Farming;
       
Aug 1977 1 1. Cover: The Dept of Posts & Telecommunications' inauguration of its third modern and sophisticated automatic sorting machine. Officiating in Durban was Mr Louis Rive, Postmaster General with Messrs I Kathrada, ME Sultan & AM Moolla, members of the SAIC present. 2. Inside Front Cover: Computerisation in the Dept of Indian Affairs. 3. Nylstroom: 'n nuwe gemeenskap-sentrum [Community Centre].  
  2 1. Pioneers in passenger transport / SS Singh. 2. The World at Work. Durban Bus Owners Association; Building contractor.
  3 1. It's time to play Karthy Chetty in the Transvaal. 2. Over the rolling hills of Phoenix. 3. Community administration: past, present and future/ WAJ Coetzee. . Recreation Centre for children in Lenasia.; Housing (Phoenix); Local Government and Local Affairs Committees.
  4 1. Electronics: a challenge. 2. The changing face of Actonville ( Benoni). 3. News from Salisbury Island. Engineers and Technicians; Indian Corps Training Battalion
  5 1. Performing Arts at the University of Durban-Westville. 2. Planners and Inspectresses appointed [Department of Education]. 3.Work Study course 1977. 4. Telecommunications technicians achievements. 5. Buy South African - buy with confidence. 6. A ride in the dark - a winner. 7. ML Sultan diploma ceremony. Drama (The guide); Music (Surendran Reddy); Consumer behaviour; Shree Gopallal Primary School (Verulam); Art competition;
  6 1. People: Activities & Achievements. 2. Hire purchase for the man in the street / WA. Ramsden. Speech contests; Dr Premila Devi Naidoo; GN Chetty; Avoca High ex-students society Debs Ball; credit.
  7 1. Dance at the Tech [ML Sultan Technical College]. 2. Inside Back Cover: The new Management Committee at Uitenhage.  
       
Sep 1977 1 1. Cover: The State President & Mrs Diederichs invite members of the Indian community to a reception at King's House. Dr AM Moolla garlands him. 2. Inside Front Cover: More appointments to Statutory Boards Labour Commission, Indian Industrial Development Corporation). 3. Presidential reception. .  
  2 1. SAIC (South African Indian Council).2. Foreign visitors meet with Dr AM Moolla. 3. The World at Work (Goldsmith).
 
  3 1. Durban National Market. 2. Area Development (Dept of Community Development). Squatters Market.2. Asiatic Bazaar (Pretoria),
  4 1. Lets take a walk [Woodhurst Park]. 2. Home Economics at the ML Sultan Technical College. 3. Durban-Westville academics in demand abroad. 3. Dr M. Sankar; Prof. K. Bhana.
  5 1. Ontspan en geniet - relax and enjoy [Nature Reserves]. 2. People and activities. 2.Umzinto North Town Board [Rungasamy Chinniah]; ER Raidoo [Isipingo]; Sushila Balkisson [Music].
  6 1. National Teachers' Convention / LR Naidoo.2. SAITA Conference (51st Annual). 1. Education
  7 1. Women at work in a changing world / Dorothea Behr. Women and Employment.
       
Oct 1977 1 1. Cover: At the official opening ceremony of the new extensions at the Springfield College of Education, the College Choir sang the College Song.
 
  2 1. The Lamp of Learning. 2.The World at Work. 1. Springfield College of Education 2. Lady Buthcer
  3 1. Nurses graduate at the RK Khan. 2. Music week at the University of Durban-Westville. 3. Gymnastic course at the ML Sultan College. 1. Hospitals. 3. Sport and Recreation.
  4 1. Come and join us. 2. Youth leadership course. 3.Pioneers of Vereeniging - Karthy Chetty in the Transvaal. 1. Clayton Gardens Pensioners Club. 2. Durban Rotary Club. 3. Roshnee Township.
  5 1. Onderwysers weer voltyds studente= teachers again as full-time students.. 2. Metric (conversions) do's and don'ts. 3. Fun in the sun ; facilities in national reserves and resorts. 1. Teacher Orientation.3. Midmar Dam, Giats Castle, Spionkop Resort, St Lucia Park, Royal Natal National Park, Mkuzi Game Reserve, Harold Johnson Nature Reserve,
  6 1. The Eddels Club in Pietermaritzburg / Dawood Mohamed. 2. National Youth Science week. 3. Sport and Health. 1. Bowling, Lawn Tennis and Golfing 2. Science Olympiad. 3. International Congress of Physical Education and Sport for Girls and Women (8th).
  7 1. How efficient ae we in utilising our dwindling energy resources / AM Guthrie.  
  8 1. Social Welfare : reflection / Stanley Chetty. 1. Chatsworth Cheshire Home
       
Nov 1977 1
1.Girl at Prayer (Deepavali). 2. Donations to Educational Institutions 3. Retirements & Promotions in the Division of Education.
 
  2 1. Let us remember : founders Day at ML Sultan College. 2. The World at Work 3. Teacher Resource Centre (Education). 2. Port Shepstone Indian Child Welfare and Benevolent Society (R. Appalraju).
  3 1. A dedicated life. 2. A university spreads its wings (University of Durban-Westville). 3. Klankfees '77 . 1. AM Moola (Clothing factory/Industry). 3. Drama (Springfield College of Education)
  4 1. Private township development . 2. "The Big Three" in Education / MG Pillay. 3. State buildings in Chatsworth. 1. Effingham Heights. 2. Parent, teacher and pupil. 3. Chastworth Poilce Statio, Magistrates Court and Industrial Complex.
  5 1. Re-structure of the B. Ed. degree / AL Behr. 2. SAALED Conference. 3. People: Activities & Achievements. 4. The joy and value of home gardening. 1. Education Degrees (University of Durban Westville). 2. South African Association for Learning and Educational Disabilities. 3. Risecliff Debs Ball, Port Shepstone State School (Swimming pool), South African Citrus Exchange (Awards), Jan Hofmeyr Speech Contests (Award),
  6 1. European Tour. 2. Duplicating room at Indian Affairs. 3. Seat belt legislation. 1. Geographical Tour by student and staff (Springfield College), 3. Road Safety.
  7 1. The 24-hour clock and the date (Time) 2. Defence Bonds  
       
Dec 1977 1 1. Cover: The ML Sultan Technical College Hotel & Catering School celebrated its 21st year on 28 October 1977. The Rector, Dr Alec Solomon and his wife, Evelyn and MR & Mrs Gilbert Naidu, the present Principal of the school, participate in the cake cutting ceremony 2. South African Indian Council Meets. 3. The Hotel Board. 3. Hussain Khotu
  2 1. The ML Sultan College Hotel and Catering school celebrates 21 years.2. Exotica '77. 3. The World at Work: The Plumber. 2. Durban and Coast Horticultural Society.
  3 1. Indian Industrial Development Corporation.  
  4 1. New horizons for the less fortunate. 2. SS one of the tennis 'Greats' 1. Golden Gateway Training Centre (Handicapped), 2. S S Maharaj (Tennis, Sport).
  5 1. Havenside library (Chatsworth). 2. Springfield College Industrial Arts Exhibition. 2. Indian Art.
  6 1. Mount Edgecombe Ganasa temple now a national monument / T Vadivalu. 2. Legal advice: the Will. 3. Teaching of English to immigrants in Britain / JR Jack.
 
  7 1. Railways police. 2. New Teachers Centre. 3. Child Art Exhibition in the Transvaal. 4. People - Activities and Achievements.
4. Aryan Benevolent Home and Clayton Gardens; Isipingo Mayor; Evergreen Primary (tree planting); Law student (SK Parmanand); Jaycees
  8 1. News from the South African Indian Battalion. 1. South African Indian Corps Training Battalion;
       

 

 

Issue Part Titles Subjects
Feb 1978 1 1. Cover: Christmas party held at Valley View Place of Safety. 2. Establishment of creches. 3. Budget on housing.  
  2 1. New school in Actonville. 2. The World at Work: the Printer . What is bonus? (Defence Bonus Bonds).
2. Printing Industry.
  3 1. Woodlands [High School] celebrates 75th Anniversary. 2. Senoir certificate examination results. 3. The Deaf Child.  
  4 1. Christmas party at Valley View. 2. Pedestrian behaviour. 3. A generous gift. 1. Valley View Place of Safety. 2. Road Safety Council. 3. Dr AM Moola donation to University of Durban-Westville.
  5 1. Hippocratic oath ceremony. 2. Business Association formed. 3. Awards Day at Pietermaritzburg. 4. Islamic studies (UDW). 1. Medical students - University of Natal.2. Business Management Association (University of Durban-Westville. 3. Pietermaritzburg Indian Girls High School.
  6 1. Indian Battalion pass-out parade. South African Indian Corps Training Battalion.
       
Mar 1  1.Cover : Indian Girls in South African Airways. 2. Inside Front Cover: Mr Nieuwouldt retires ( Education).  
1978 2  1. New horizons for Clairwood High School. 2. The World at Work: The Radiotrician. 3. Progress : new schools.  
  3  1. Mushroom magic (cultivation). 2. Retirement and appointments in the Inspectorate. 3. Boys' Town at Genazzano (Tongaat). 2. MR Bangalee, PI Devan, PCC Nair, 3. Special Schools
  4  1. Let's help ourselves: Reservoir Hills Community Centre. 2. Prestige careers in South African Ariways. 3. Evening lectures for everyone [UKZN- Extension Division].
 
  5 1. Day-care centre at Chatsworth. 2. Progress at Malabar [Township, Port Elizabeth]. 3. Personalities in Education. 1. Social Work Dept (UKZN). 2. Woolhope High School. 3. Anand Rai [Educator].
  6 1. Enrolment at Durban-Westville. 2. New admissions at Teacher Education Institutions. 3. People: Activities & Achievements. 4. Honours for educationist. 5. World Wilderness Congress attended by MB Naidoo. 6. Lift clubs. 2. Springfield College of Education, Transvaal College of Education, UDW. 3. Raisethorpe High School Matriculation Results, Scouting (GS Naidoo), 4. AL Behr
  7 1. Special recognition for meritorious services (Department of Indian Affairs). 2. Boost for Development fund (ML Sultan Technical College).  
       
Apr 1  1. Cover: A family in the garden of their home built by the Dorbyl Group for its Indian employees at Venco, Newcastle (page 16). 2. Inside Front Cover: Aims and Objects of the Estate Agents Board. 3. Meeting of the South African Indian Council.  
1978 2 1. Surnames for Indians. 2. The World at Work: the Policeman (S. Pillai). 3. Overseas Scholarships. 4. Personalities in Education: Mr TM Naicker. 5. New Agricultural Division (Dept of Indian Affairs). 3. E. Osman, Chris Soobiah, S Singh).
  3  1. Bilharzia in South Africa. 2. Symposium on Conservation & Pollution - Chatsworth Schools excel.. 3. The Community at Uitenhage. 1. Health (Diseases). 2. Wilderness trails. 3.
  4  1. Housing for Venco employees. 1. Enginnering , Housing - Newcastle.
  5 1. Spes Nova Cerebral Palsy School (Clare Estate).  
  6 1. 21st Anniversary of Juma Musjid State Aided Indian Girls School. 2. People: Activities & Achievements. 2. Donations (ML Sultan College), Highlands Primary School, Estate Agents Certificates, Bursaries.
  7 1. Industrial Arts in our schools / SE Majam. 2. Inside Back Cover: Opening of a new Labour Office in Chatsworth. 1. Woodowrk, Metalwork.
       

May

1978

1  1. Cover: The University of Durban-Westville awarded its second honorary doctorate to Mr ME Sultan. 2. Inside Front Cover: : Doctor Educationis upon Anandpaul Ramphal (biography) and ME Sultan, honorary doctorate (Biography). 3.Durban-Westville Graduation. .  
  2  1.Mr van Eyssen Retires (Deputy Secretary, Council Affairs). 2. Farewell to Mr Dave de Wet (Director of Indian Education, Administrative). 3. Retirement of Mr C. Kuppusami/ RG Pillay.4. Senior Officials Promoted(Dept of Indian Affairs). 5. Personalities in Education: Mr V Sirkari Naidoo. 6. The World at work: the Nurse. 3. Biography. 5. Rokaya Mohamed (RK Khan Hospital)
  3  1. Official Opening of Cravenby Primary School. 2. New Beach Facilities. 3. Springfield College Diploma Ceremony.  
  4  1. Jaycees World Congress. 2. Shallcross Garden Competition.  
  5  1. Planning of a New Primary School / GK Nair. 2. What is Unemployment Insurance?. 3. People: Activities & Achievements. 3. Childrens art, Community Chest, Promotions in Dept of Education.
  6  1. A Career in the South African Navy. 1. South African Defence Force.
  7 1. New Temple at Laudium. 2. Association of Indian Inspectors. 3. Inside Back Cover: Law Teachers' Congress to be held at UDW from July 3-6
2. Education.
       
Jun 1978 1  1. Cover: The guest of honour at the ML Sultan Technical College's Diploma Ceremony was the Minister of Indian Affairs, Marais Steyn, seen here with the Regional Representative of the Dept of Indian Affairs, GR Oakley and JN Reddy, Chairman of the Executive Committee of the SAIC. 2. Inside Front Cover: Mr FCW Hawkins retires after 36 years in the field of Education. 3. ML Sultan Diploma Ceremony.  
  2  1. Official News. 2. The World at Work: the Railway Clerk. 3. Official Opening of Rylands High School. 4. You can read faster / P. Govender. 5. Promotions in the Div of Education. 1. Grants for Cultural Organisations, Building plots in Chatsworth.4. Reading.
  3 1. Industrial Development at Laudium. 2. UNISA Graduation. 3. Linguistics and TESOL(teaching of English to speakers of other languages) in America.  
  4 1. Housing for Railway employees (Isipingo) 2. 150th Anniversary of the Red Cross Association. 3. Personalities in Education: Mr H. S. Done.  
  5  1. Art for Israel. 2. Speech, Drama & Ballet Eisteddfod [ML Sultan Technical College]. 3. Peace for People (Speech competition).  
  6 1. National Housing Commission Appointment : Dick Naicker.2. Lenaisa School for th Deaf. 3. Administrative Section at Springfield College.  
  7 1. People: Activities & Achievements 2. Inside Back Cover: UDW's Extension Division publicises the 9 different evening lectures to be held on the campus. 1. School Library Resources Services; Dr P. Pillay (Mathematics), TP Misra, Brakpan (Springs); Swimming; Art;
       
Aug 1978 1  1. Cover: The Deputy Minister of Interior & Immigration, L le Grange officially opens the Potchefstroom High School (page 8). 2. Inside Front Cover: Functions of the Unemployment Insurance Board. 3. SAIC Act amended.  
  2  1. The World at Work: The Town Clerk. (EM John - Umzinto)  
  3  1. Rent Control. 2. Promotions in the Dept of Indian Affairs.  
  4  1. Official Opening of Potchefstroom High School. 2. SAITA Conference. 3. Civil Defence (Chatsworth, Germiston).  
  5  1. The Community of Azaadville. 2. Northdale Nurses Graduate. 3. The Last Days of Pretoria High School.
2. Hospitals
  6 1. New Courses at ML Sultan College. 2.Personalities in Education: Mr BD Lalla. 1. Food Technology / Science.
  7 1. Community and Training Centre in Chatsworth. 2, Unique course on Containerisation. 1. University of Durban-Westville (Social Work Department). 2.
  8 1. People: Activities & Achievements. 2. Domestic Science in our Schools. 3. Prof Ranchod invited to plan international law conference. 1. Air Force, Life saving certificate, University of Durban-Westville (Lunch hour concerts).
       
Sep 1  1. Cover & Inside Front cover: Dedicated to South Africa's 3rd State President, Dr Nicolaas Diederichs who passed away recently. 2. SAIC meeting.
 
1978 2  1. The Joint Matriculation Board. 2. The World at Work: The Shoemaker. 3. Farmers Day at Sawoti. 4. New Library at Heidelberg.  
  3  1. Mr Oakley retires and promotions in the Dept of Indian Affairs. 2.Golden Gateway Training Centre. 3. Youth Leadership Course. 1. KL Reddy.
  4  1. RK Khan Hospital Nurses Graduate. 2. Apprenticeship Training. 2. Trade and Industry.
  5  1. Hindu Tamil School Golden Jubilee. 2. Personalities in Education: Simon David. 3. Rector's View of University Expansion.
1. Hindu Tamil Institute.
  6 1. Prize Giving Day at Roshnee (Garden competition). 2. People: Activities & Achievements. 2. Umzinto Town Board, Housing - Newcastle ,
  7 1. People and achievements. 2. Inside Back Cover: National Students Geographical Conference held at UDW last month.  
       
       
Oct 1 1 Cover & Inside Front Cover: PW Botha recently became South Africa's 8th Prime Minister.  
1978 2  1. Stone Laying Ceremony at Lotus Haven Training Centre. 2. The World at Work: The Modern Dance Teacher. 3. Orientation Course on "The Adjustment Class". 1. Mentally retarded/challenged children. Ramola Naidoo, physical education lcturer. 3. Special Education- Remdial education.
  3 1. Music Education in our Schools. 2. Personalities in Education: Mr AM Ephraim. 3. Official News. 4. Indian pupils Excel in Poster Competition. 3. Agricultural land for Indiad farmers. Immigration restriction.4. Art in schools.
  4  1. People: Activities & Achievements. 2. Springfield Athletic Meeting. 3. The History of Indian Curry. 1. Umkoomas Drift School celebrates golden Jubilee. Olympia Award. Risecliff High School Debs,Lichtenburg Chamber of Commerce, Springfield College Sari Queen contest.
  5  1. Housing at Isipingo. 2. South African Poems Win International Award. 3. Olympic Swimming Pool in Pietermaritzburg.  
  6  1. Golden Jubilee of Overport SRS Primary School. 2. Health from the Can (canned foods).  
  7 1. Beautifying of School Grounds / by MR Varma. 2. Scouting in Lenasia. 3. Safety Belt Clasps Withstand Fire.4. Masinda Camp now open (Umfolozi Game Reserve).  
       
       
Nov 1 Cover, Inside Front & Inside Back Covers: BJ Vorster, who became South Africa's 4th State President, was Prime Minister for the last 12 years. 2. South Africa's new State President. 3. SAIC meets 3.The Slatter Committee .  
1978 2  1. Promotions in Education. 2. New Swimming Pool in Merebank. 2. Public amenities
  3  1. Environmental Education/ CA Naguran. 2. Personalities in Education (S Panday). 3. JISWA Training Centre. 3. Social Work
  4  1. Fashion Show at ML Sultan College. 2. Bonus Housing at Pietermaritzburg. 3. New Library at Greytown/ Dawood Mahamed. 4.SNUKRAN: Lichtenburg se spog Indierwoonbuurt (Housing).  
  5  1. Tape Aids for the Blind celebrates 21st Anniversary. 2. Founders Day at ML Sultan College. 3. Consumer Council warning on School Uniforms. 4. People: Activities & Achievements.
4. Fakir Hassen, horticulture, Sangeeta Nataka Academy (Laudium)
  6 1. Pre-School Education/WB Loyd  
       
       
Dec 1  1. Cover: Prize-winning garden of Mr & Mrs W Pillay of 10 Sinai Street Shallcross (page 16). 2. Inside Front & Inside Back Covers: Dr Nic van der Walt in the Div of Indian Education who retired on 31 Dec 1978. 3. Mrs van der Merwe Retires 4.The World at Work: Justice of Peace (TA Govender)
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1978 2 1. Official opening of the Mount View High School. 2. Personalities in Education: BW Charles. 3. Microteaching / Chris Soobiah.  
  3  1. Open Day at Spes Nova School. 2. Education for Survival / F Hassan. 3. Human Relationship Symposium.  
  4  1. Shallcross Garden Competition. 2. Gymnastic Championship in the Transvaal. 3. Teachers Centres in Britain / E Osman. 2. South African Indian Schools Gymnastics Championships.
  5 1. Local Govt Symposium in the Transvaal / F. Hassan. 2. Afrikaans as Gebruikstaal onder die Indiers in Natal / PJ Venter.3. Armistice Day. 4. SAICTB Brass Band. 2. Afrikkans as spoken language amongst Indians.3. Indians and the war effort.
  6 1. Adult Education/ CA Naguran.  
       

 

 

Issue Part Titles Subjects
Feb 1979 1 1. Cover: National emblem of Health year. 2. Inside Front Cover: Health Year message from JN Reddy, Executive Chair of the SAIC.3. Director opens new High School in Nelspruit. Valencia High School (Nelindia, Nelspruit).
  2 1. Promotions & Appointments in the Planning Section. 2. Massive School Building Programme at Phoenix. 3. Parity of Salary at UDW. 4.The World at Work: The Civil Engineering Technician.  
  3 1. SAVLOM Konferensie geopen deur Dr Koornhof. 2.New Extensions at St Aidans Hospital. 3. Personalities in Education: Mr E Thomas.  
  4 1. Fiat Lux INDEX. 2. Anti-Litter Campaign in the Capital.  
  5 1. Jan Hofmeyr Speech Contest. 2. Legal Aid Clinic in Chatsworth. 3. New Wing at Cheshire Home. 4. Springfield College Industrial Arts Exhibition.  
  6 1. Indians at Sasol 11. 2. Awards Evening at Eddels Club. 3. Boost for UDW Developmental Fund .  
  7 1. People activites and achievements. 2. Back Cover: Poster designed by an Art student to promote Heath Year.  
       
       
Mar 1979 1 1. Cover & Inside Front Cover: A tribute to the Late Dr MB Naidoo / RG Pillay.  
  2 1. Promotions to the Inspectorate. 2. New Blood Transfusion Complex. 3. The World at Work: First Indian Magistrate (Krishna Maharaj)  
  3 1. Honours Day at Transvaal College. 2. First Indian Professors of Medicine / RG Pillay. 3. New Intake at Salisbury Island. 2. Medical College (UKZN).
  4 1. Historical Glimpses of Indians in South Africa / S S Singh. 2. Personalities in Education: Mr V Naidoo. 3. The Changing Face of Newcastle. 1. Indentured Indians
5 1. News from UDW. 2. New Welfare Act. 1. New health Science faculty, promotions and appointments, extension services, art workshop in the Transvaal, .
  6 1. Launching of Health Year. 2. Health Year in our Schools. 3. Common Mistakes in Metrication. 4. Rehabilitation work with the Handicapped/ AK Singh.  
  7 1. People: Activities & Achievements. 2. ML Sultan's Hotel and Catering School. 1. Awards for Glenover High School. ; UDW Development fund;
       
Apr 1979 1 1. Cover Minister of Police, Justice & Prisons, JT Kruger officially opens the new Police Station at Isipingo. Present are the Mayor of Isipingo, P Paruman (page 2). 2. Inside Front Cover: Health Year message on the "Value of Sport" - Walk swim or run.
 
  2 1. New Police Station at Isipingo. 2. The World at Work: The Bank Manager - Gopal Krishna Naidoo. 3. Personalities in Education: Mr M Joseph. 4. Administrative Promotions at Indian Affairs.  
  3 1. New Horizon for Clairwood High School. 2. Deproclamation of Industrial Areas. 1. inclusion of technical wing 2. Verulam / Tongaat
  4 1. Golden Jubilee of Clairwood Tamil Institute. 2. CEDERELLA: Tuiste tussen Bome (Housing- Koster). 3. 1979 Teacher Education Admissions.  
  5 1. Sporting Greats: Dharam Mohan. 2. Railway Police Pass-out Parade. 3. Weekend at Vaal Dam.  
  6 1. Youth Culture. 2. Let's Save Petrol.  
  7 1. People: Activities & Achievements. 1. Jewellery exhibitiob; War memorial- Durban Indian Ex-servicemen's League;Promotions at UDW; Scholarship for lecturer (Mohini Moodley) World Law Conference;
       
May 1979 1 1. Cover: New Indian Affairs Building at Chatsworth. 2. Inside Front Cover: Report on SAIC. 3. Springfield College Diploma Ceremony. 4. 50 Years of Community Service - TD Dixon.  
  2 1. New Indian Affairs Offices at Chatsworth. 2. 21st Anniversary of Alpha Primary (Lenasia). 3. SAS Jalsina Gun Drill Training.4. Health Symposium.  
  3 1. Progress at Marburg. 2. Personalities in Education - GV Naidoo. 3. Moosapark: Ventersdorp se Indiergemeenskap.  
  4 1. Conservation at Cliffdale. 2. Welfare Services rendered by Indian Affairs. 3. Jazz Dance Exercises at Springfield. 1. Farming and Agriculture.
  5 1. Natal Indian Cultural Organisation. 2. UDW Building Programme. 3. Seminar on the Pre-School Children. 4. People: Activities & Achievements.  
  6 1. RSA Gymnaestrada in Pretoria. 2. Documentation Centre At UDW.  
Jun 1979 1 1. Cover: Dr Folscher & Dr Nair receive their Doctorates at UDW (page 2). 2. Inside Front Cover: National Road Safety Speech Contest at Springfield College Auditorium.  
  2 1. Graduation Ceremony at UDW. 2. New vice-Rector at UDW (JJC Greyling). 3. The World at Work: The Housing Assistant [Y. Moodley] 4. . Sporting Greats: Mr Kista Naidoo (Soccer). 5. Personalities in Education: Mr Billy Moonsamy.  
  3 1. Meet the Blind Conference. 2. Pietermaritzburg Garden Competition. 3. Hoerskool William Hills 50 Jaar Oud. 3. Williams Hill High (Actonville).
  4 1. Durban Indian Womens' Association. 2. Private Enterprise wins SAA Contract (bus transportation).3. Temple at Tongaat now a National Monument/ Srikrishnan. 4. Some Aspects of Curriculum Designing for Schools in Britain. 5. New Administrative Cum Library complex at Actonville. 3. Jagganath Puri Temple.
  5 1. Electrical Workshop (Clairwood High School). 2. Keep fit. 3. Lakehaven's Fund Raising Drive. 4. The Family Budget. 2. Health year 1979.3. Lakehaven Childrens' Home
  6 1. People: Activities & Achievements. 2. Luxury Lodge at Giants Castle. 3. Inside Back Cover: Promotion of Mrs F Laban to the Inspectorate. 1. Jaycees; Orientation course for teachers at Transvaal College of Education; Float procession - Lenasia;
Aug 1979 1 1. Cover, Inside Front & Inside Back Covers: Marais Viljoen, South Africa's 5th State President, elected after BJ Vorster recently resigned.  
  2 1. Umkomaas Drift Resource Centre. 2. The World at Work: The Architect [Hansraj Ramadhin] 3. . Lunch Hour Concert at UDW. 4. Personalities in Education: Mr O Baboolal.  
  3 1. ML Sultan Technikon Diploma Ceremony. 2. Sporting Greats: Papwa Sewgolam (Golf).  
  4 1. Progress in Lenasia. 2. A Soap Industry [Dandy -Dell Soap Company- Khatani Industries] 3. Massive Housing Development in the Capital [Pietermaritzburg].  
  5 1. Jaycees Organise Vacation Classes. 2. Runners in the Comrades Marathon. 3. The Art of Spending.  
  6 1. Shalimar Park [Zeerust]. 2. Motorbody Repair Workshop at Clairwood High. 3. Blind Workers are Reliable Employees.  
  7 1. Careers Forum at Verulam. 2. Poster Competition at King Edward Hospital. 3. People: Activities & Achievements. 3. Students invited to Germany; National English Conference; Outstanding UDW students.
       
Sep 1979 1 1. Cover: Teams from the SAS Jalsina are put through their paces at the Durban Military Tattoo. 2. SAIC Press Statement. 3. Durban Military Tattoo  
  2 1. Printing & Packaging Industry at Clairwood. 2. Personalities in Education: Mr Jack Naidoo. 3. The World at Work: The Electrical Engineer (Mahendra Sooka). 4.Awards function at ML Sultan Technikon. .  
  3 1. Conference on the Deaf. 2. News from UDW : Graduate School of Business. 4. Breakthrough in the Fight Against Malnutrition. 5. Womens Associations at Verulam.  
  4 1. Eastern Languages in the School Curriculum. 2. Financial Planning for a House. 3. Fitting & Turning Workshop at Clairwood High . 1. Vernacular Languages in Schools.
  5 1. Poisonous South African Snakes & Snakebites. 2. Teachers Conference (SAITA). 3. Outstanding Durban Pianist (Surendran Reddy). 4. When do you need new Eyeglasses? 5. News from the Natal Parks Board.  
  6 1. People: Activities & Achievements. 2. Sporting Greats: Mr A Deedat (Cricket) 1. New community hall for Verulam; Scholarships and diploma awards; Professor S Kallichurum; Springfield College of Education stages play.
       
       
Oct 1979 1 1. Cover: The Municipality of Isipingo has just completed the 1st phase of its housing project of 625 units. The Mayor, P Paruman hands over the keys to the 1st home in Lotus Park township, Isipingo to Mr KT Pillay (see page 2). Inside Front Cover: Press Release announcing the change of name of the ML Sultan Technical College.  
  2 1. Housing at Isipingo. 2. School Building Programme in Pietermaritzburg. 3. The world at work: the Automotive Electrician (T. Mogambaram).  
  3 1. Personalities in Education: Mr M Applesamy. 2. Ex-students adopt Tongaat Child Welfare Society. 3. Golden Jubilee of Capital City's TASA Branch. 4. Plastic Factory at Clairwood.  
  4 1. New Civic Centre for Mobeni Heights. 2. Malaria Risk in South Africa. 3. Updated Shad Regulations. 4. RK Khan Nurses Graduate.  
  5 1. Money Planning during Years of Study. 2. ML Sultan Technikon's Development Fund now stands at R550,000.  
  6 1. Careers Guidance with a Difference : brdging the gap between employers and school leavers. 2. Amptelike Opening van Bethal se Indierskool. 3. Wood workshop at Clairwood High. 2. School in Bethal
  7 1. People: Activities & Achievements. 2. Student Teachers' Athletic Meeting. 1. Lenasia Management Committee hosts Durban Corporation; Estcourt harnesses the sun; 21ist Anniversary of Mandeni School; Law conferences
  8 1. Sporting Greats: Mr AI "Pappie" Timol (Cricket). 2. Inside Back Cover: Advertisement from the Dept of Foreign Affairs recruits Indian graduates to serve South Africa Abroad.
 
       
Nov 1979 1 1. Cover: Natal Inter-zonal High Schools Gymnastics Competition held at the Springfield College of Education. 2Inside Front Cover: Newly-appointed members of the Exec Committee of the SAIC. .  
  2 1. Natal Inter-zonal Gymnastics Competition. 2. Personalities in Education - Mr Reuben Powys. 3. The World at Work: the Dental Technician. 3. S. Mudaly
  3 1. Inaugural Addresses by Professors Moosa & Mitha. 2. Voluntary Firemen in Ladysmith. 3. Health Year in the Cape Province. 4. Tongaat Student Wins International Art Award. Medical School
  4 1. Exhibition on Healthy Living at the Pretoria Show. 2. Sporting Greats: Gopaul Manikum (Cricket). 3. Book Exhibition at Springfield College of Education. 4. Founders' Day at the ML Sultan Technikon.  
  5 1. Umbilo Temple now a National Monument. 2. Retirements & Promotions in the Inspectorate.3."Die Keiser": die Eerste Vollengte Afrikaanse Drama.  
  6 1. Practical Gymnastic course at the ML Sulatn Technikon. 2. Indian Schoolgirls Visit Germany. 3. Workshops at Clairwood High: Sheetmetal work & Plumbing.  
  7 1. Annual Report of the University of Durban-Westville. 2. Savings & Investment Institutions. 3. People: Activities & Achievements. 3. Mayor of Pretoria on goodwill tour of Laudium
  8 1. People: Activities & Achievements (cont) 1. History symposium by Transvaal College of Education. ; Difficulties with Citizen Band Radios; Building Society donates to ML Sulatan College; News from Natal Parks Board; Fordsburg pupil wins art award;
       
Dec 1979 1 1. Health year at RK Khan Hospital . 2. Port Shepstone Schools observe Health Year. 1. Astral School, Chatsworth visits RK Khan Hospital;
  2 1. Stress & Ulcers. 2. Personalities in Education: Mr S Ramena. 3. Sporting Greats: Mrs S Jithoo (table tennis) 4. World at Work: The Insurance Broker. . 5. News from Transvaal. 4. GB Singh. 5. New library at Rooderport; Transvall Association of Asian Consultative and Management Committee. Rooderport Dam Resort
  3 1. Teachers' Centres and inservice training in the USA / Pather.2. Indian Children in SA-TV series. 3. JISWA Centre in Lenasia. 3. Johannesburg Indian Social Welfare Society.
  4 1. Metalworking Workshop at Clairwood High. 2. News from UDW. 3. Pinetown High Golden Jubilee.  
  5 1. School Health Service's Silver Jubilee. 2. Guide Dog, Tanya ( Subry Govender). 3. Money Management : the pupil and his budget..  
  6 1. People: Activities & Achievements. 1. Fisrt Indian Doctor of Education in the Transvaal (S. Dilla); Transvaal Gymnastics Championships; Southern Transvaal Table Tennis Championships; Johannesburg Youth Balet Company (P. Naidoo) .; St Lucia Marine Reserve;
       

 

 

Issue Part Titles Subjects
Feb 1980 1 1. Cover: The Natal Midlands - Ecological Features (page 2). 2. Hallmark of quality for garden lovers. 3. Natal: the Endangered Province. 4. World at Work - first Indian Constable 3. Soil Erosion. 4. SD Brijlal
  2 1. Top Indian Golfer gets Sponsorship. 2. Personalities in Education (V. Narayansamy). 3. Finetown Mushrooms into Model Township (Lenasia). 4. Isipingo Women's Organisation. Daddy Naidoo (Golf).
  3 1. Indian Industrial Development Corporation. 2. SAS Jalsena Passing Out Parade. 3. Springfield College Graduation.  
  4 1. Dundee High School Celebrates Diamond Jubilee. 2. The state of implementation of SI Units in South Africa. 3. Science Convention for Teachers. 4. Arya Yuvuk Sabha Opens Home for Children (Aryan Benevolent Home).  
  5 1. The 'New' Tongaat Library. 2. News from the Column. 2. University of Durban-Westville; Convocation ; Documentation Centre;
  6 1. Official Opening of the HS Ebrahim Training Centre. 2.Money Management. 3. News from the Natal Parks Board. 3. Kamberg Nature Reserve.
       
       

Mar

1980

1 1. Cover: Escorted by a gaggle of geese, farm manageress, Sylvia Kuppen cycles to work (page 4). 2. Coping with blindness (Sophia Moosa- blind law student). 3. CB 777 Emergency. 4. Minister Opens Pleasure Resort (Uncle Sams Pleasure Resort).  
  2 1. Sylvia Kuppen - Milkmaid 1980 Style. 2. Personalities in Education : NG Chetty. 3. The Cheque or Current Account. 4. Graduation at Fordsburg College, 1979.  
  3 1. The Village Blacksmiths: Wasbank's Singh Brothers. 2. Islam in South Africa.  
  4 1. Passing Out Parade at Wentworth PoliceCollege. 2. Mobeni Heights Women's Group. 3. Golden Jubilee for SANCB (South African National Council for the Blind).  
  5 1. New Horizon School for the Blind Celebrates Silver Jubilee. 2, How to Choose a Career.  
  6 1. Pool at Mountain Rise Primary School. 2. Promotions to the Inspectorate. 3. News Release: SABS (South African Bureau of Standards). 4. New head for Chatsworth IAD Office. 5. News from the Natal Parks Board. 5. Boat registrations.
       

Apr 1980

1 1. Cover: An Indian Farm in Cliffdale. 2. Budget Speech. 3Creating Conditions for Peaceful Co-existence in South Africa.  
  2 1. Land Bank Takes a New Look at Natal Indian Farmers. 2. UDW Opts for Autonomy. 3. The World At Work : Radio Port Natals 'Kaleidoscope' 4. Personalities in Education : M. Hurbans. 3. Ketan Lakhani and Farida Ismail.
  3 1. Rush to Join SAS Jalsena (Navy) 2. Breakthrough for Professional Women : Dr. Rookaiya Moolla (Medical Suprintendant at Stanger Provincial Hospital). 3. News from the Transvaal. 4. From Catholic Convent to Boys' Town Genazzo Beach Tongaat. 3. JT Claassen retires as rector of Transvaal College of Education. Model Primary School in Lenasia wins awards.
  4 1. Two New Townships in the Transvaal. 2. Facelift for Marburg School (RA Engar Memorial Primary School). 3.UDW News 4. R500 000 Project for Durban Firm. 1. Milan Park and Stanwest. - Bethal and Standerton.3. D. Konar awarded bursary, Documentation Centre 4. Corrugated Board factory by Universal Printing and Packaging
  5 1. Population Census for 1980. 2. Lake St Lucia 3. New Training Scheme for artisans.  
  6 1. People: Activities & Achievements. 2. News from Natal Parks Board. 1. India's Jayalakshmi captivates audiences in SA with her concerts; KC Naick of the Transvaal College of Education given the 'Best Chemistry Teacher' award; GM Karim delivers paper on Islam; 2. Easter books at NPB and new hiking trail.
       

May 1980

1 1. Cover The Late AM Moolla (Inside Front & Back Covers). 2. Profile: Mr RG Pillay. 3. Influence of Arabic on Afrikaans.
  2 1. Ramakrishna Centre's Collection of Indian Art. 2. Personalities in Education (MK Naidoo). 3. The World at Work : the Postmaster. 4. Chemists Launch New Industry.
 
  3 1. New Indian Schools under construction 2. . Tambuti: Queen of Natal Timbers . 3. TASA Lauds M+3 Results.  
  4 1. Roodeplaats Resort. 2. Teacher Training Programme. 3.Rajab English Prize Winner (Ambigay Pillay). 4. Mafikeng's Indian Community.  
  5 1. Self-Help in Chatsworth. 2. New Transvaal Hospitals - Laudium and Lenasia. 3. Welfare Board Launched. 1. UDW Social Work.
  6 1. A Guide to Nature Reserves & Resorts. 2. People: Activities & Achievements. 2. Opening of UNISA public relations office in Durban. ; School wins thrift award

Jun 1980

 

1 1. Cover & Inside Front Cover: The Late Dr ME Sultan. 2.Indian Affairs Department Chatsworth Offices Opened. 3. The World at Work : Mr Bacus.  
  2 1. Science Olympiad. 2. Indian Students for Germany. 3. Sastri College Jubilee. 4. The Silent Killer : high blood pressure / YK Seedat.  
  3 1. Centre for Tertiary Education.2. Donation to UDW. 3. New Constitutional Dispensation. 4. Family Planning - unchecked population growth the threat to future prosperity.  
  4 1. Graduation 1980 (UDW and Springfield College). 2. Verulam Recreational Centre. 3. Land Surveying : another opening for Indians.  
  5 1. Media 80 : Exhibition at Springfield College of Education. 2. Careers Seminar. 3. Phoenix Home for Mentally Handicapped. 4. Personalities in Education : DR Singh 5. People: Activities & Achievements (P. Ramlakhan - matriculation psrt-time)..  
  6 1. News from Natal Parks Board
 

Aug 1980

 

1 1. Seventeenth SAIC meeting. 2. Opening of Abattoir at Cato Ridge. 1. YS Chinsamy.
  2 1. JN Reddy speaks at Carlton Centre. 2. The World at Work : the photolithographer (Daya Venketsamy). 3. News from the Transvaal.: Paradise Resort.  
  3 1. Tongaat's New Vanrova Township. 2. Alcoholism. 3. News from UDW. 3. proposed new sports hall.; student health services; several firsts in physiotheraphy
  4 1. Housing for Secunda workforce - Sasol (Kinross). 2. Centre for Islam at Lenasia. 3. A Better South Africa.  
  5 1. Family Planning. 2. Relief loan for drought -hit sugar farmers. 3. Durban Military Tattoo. 3. SAS Jalsina
  6 1. People: Activities & Achievements. 1. Penta Rose Primary receives trophy;

Sep 1980

 

1 1. Cover: Symbolic of Deepavali, The Festival of Lights.  
  2 1. State President opens Boys' Town.Genazzano - Tongaat 2. Welfare Centre for Marburg. 3. Money Management.  
  3 1. Western Transvaal Township Grows - Schweizer-Reneke -Roshunville. 2. The Hazards of Drug-Taking. 3. The Alcoholic's Road to Recovery is not Easy.  
  4 1. NPB News 2. Northdale Nurses' Graduation 1980. 3. What is Rabies?. 4. Personalities in Education - KT Thumbadoo.  
  5 1. UDW News 2. Newsletter - A Better South Africa. 2. labour and wages
  6 1. Errors in Driving., 2. My Lifestyle & I. 3. People: Activities & Achievements. 4. Educationists Travel Abroad. 2. Health. 3. Arie Naidoo - first Indian lecturer at University of Zululand.4. Study grants
       

Oct 1980

 

1 1. Cover: Indian owned curio dealers in Durban. 2. Mr D. Albertyn passes on (Muisc subject inspector). 3. TASA Conference.  
  2 1. Promotions in Indian Education. 2. UDW News. 3. Coronary Diseases (heart). 4. Clairwood Secondary Silver Jubilee.  
  3 1. Care of the deaf and blind.2. Girls' School of Industries Opens / AK Singh. 3. RK Khan Hospital annual graduation. 4. Vacancies in Transvaal Hospitals.
1. Natal Indian Blind and Deaf Society. 2. Valleyview Place of Safety.
  4 1. New Technikon computers. 2. Art for Everyone/ M Solai. 3. Introducing Art to Pupils. 4. A new Labour Relations. 5. Teachers' Play - a man for all seasons. 6. Personalities in Education: Mr RK Naidoo.  
  5 1. Leading a Healthy Life . 2. Natal Parks Board News. 3. People, activities and achievements. 3. T. Vadivelu; JR Jack.

Nov 1980

 

1 1. Cover: St Anthony's Catholic Church in Durban has a large Indian Congregation. 2. New minister of Internal Affairs. 3. President's Council 4.Verulam Community Centre.  
  2 1. Is There a Crisis in Indian Education?. 2. Special Awards for Nurses. 3. Careers in the South African Police.  
  3 1. Housing Developments in Verulam. 2. Indian Magistrate- Krishna Maharaj.  
  4 1. Founder's Day at ML Sultan Technikon. 2. Healthier Eating Habits. 3. Property & Housing.  
  5 1. Collecting for Charity how the law affects you. 2. New Local Representative - Dept of Indian Affairs (Pmb). 3. Personalities in Education: Mr S. Doolarkhan. 4. Is Coronary thrombosis Hereditary?. 5. Portrait of a visionary: a tribute to the late RC Naidoo of Umkomaas. 6. People activities and achievements. 2. PC Moodley. 6. R. Surtee becomes mobility instructor; Education poster exhibition
  6 1. People, activities and achievements.. 1. Special courses for teachers in the Transvaal; Art competition at Everest Primary.
       
       

Dec 1980

 

1 1. Cover: Youngsters enjoy the outdoors during the holidays in December & January. 2. Durban Indian Girls' High Golden Jubilee. 3. Personalities in Education: Mr SM Moodley  
  2 1.Open Day at Spes Nova. 2. Minister Opens New Stadium (R Varachia Stadium). 3. Yusuf's Tele-Craze. 4. Education of Children with Special Needs. . 3. Telephones.
  3 1. Housing at Mount Edgecombe. 2. Fiat Lux Index: 1979 & 1980.  
  4 1. Sport Newsletter. 2. Special Awards at ML Sultan Technikon. 3. Hobby Course: ML Sultan Technikon. 2. Speech and Drama;
  5 1. Cool Air Township. 2. School Building Programme: TVL. 3. International Acclaim for Indian Heart Specialist. (Dr Thandroyen).4. News from Natal Parks Board. 5. People, activites and achievements. 4. Culling of animals; sensitivity to marine life;
 
Issue Part Titles Subjects
Feb 1981 1 1. Cover: Indian-owned Office Blocks in Durban's busy Grey Street Sector. 2. Jiswa Centre : a get together. 3. New library for Laudium.  
  2 1. Breakthrough for Roshnee residents. 2. New Vice-rector for Transvaal College of Education. 3. New resort at Fortuna. 4. Circlelight - workshop for the mentally handicapped. 5. News from UDW. 5. Indian philosophy; glacial rock find; health sciences;
  3 1. Mineral Wealth in our Country. 2. Oriental Lecturer at UDW. 3. A Community Project at Tongaat. 4. Doctorate for Dr SP Olivier. 5. Community Hall at Richmond. 6. Bursary Award to Lecturer (J. Naraidoo).  
  4 1.Resources Center at Springfield Hindu School. 2. Management Course for Education courses. 3. . School Psychological Services 4. Indians Register at UNISA .  
  5. 1. First Indian principal matron at RK Khan Hospital (F. Khan). 2.. NPB News. 3. Visiting priest to promote Indian culture.4. Indian Industrial Development Corporation. 5. A tribute to Nat Moodley. 2. boat licences; pelicans, new marine reserves proclaimed; 3. SR Gurukkul.
Mar 1981 1 1. Cover: Indian Police Trainees at Wentworth practise for a Gymnastics Display to be Presented during the Republic Festival in May. 2. First Indian station commander for Midlands. 3. Teachers' Graduations. 2. D. Sewpersad. 3. Fordsburg and Springfield Colleges.
  2 1. Textile Factory at Verulam. 2. New Mayors of South Coast Towns. 3. New Housing Developments at Craigieburn. 4. New Wing at Shifa Hospital. 5. Extensions at St Aidan's Hospital. 2. Isipingo (RS Moodley); Umzinto (S. Bagratee); M. Moodley (Marburg).
  3 1. Principals' Promotions. 2. Hijra Celebrations. 3. Transformation for the political climate in South Africa.  
  4 1. Pioneers in Natal: The Govenders of Umzinto. 2. UDW News. 3. Director of Education opens Stanwest Secondary.  
  5 1. Art Festival to highligt Republic Celebrations. 2..  
Apr 1981 1 1. Chris Soobiah graduates at UNISA. 2. Population South Africa : prospects and implications. 3. Internal Affairs Award to JN Reddy. 4. Profile: Dr A Solomon. 5. New Chairman: SAIC's Executive (JB Patel). 6. First Indian on SANC (A. Naidoo- South African National Council on Medical Health).  
  2 1. Obituaries . 2. Graduations at UNISA. 3. Teacher Education Admissions. 4. Award to Durban Nurse. 5. New Community Centre at Reservoir Hills. 6. Commemorative Medals- Republic Festival. 7. Promotions: Division of Education. 8. South India's Veena. 1. S. Chotai; T. Subramany. 4. S. Bunsie.
  3 1. A Noble Profession (Education). 2. Eastern Cape: First Welfare Committee. 3. Passing-out Parade: Wentworth. 3. Police
  4 1. Health Services in South Africa. 2. Hindu Yuvak Sabha (Ladysmith): Official Opening.3. Desegregation of Public Facilities.  
  5 1. Natal Game Guards play an important role. 2. NPB News. 3. Road Safety for Children.
 
May 1981 1 1. Cover: Mosque built at Isipingo. 2. Prof JJC Greyling appointed new rector at UDW. 3. Dynamic Change in South Africa: Introduction. 4. Political Developments.  
  2 1. New Leadership (PW Botha). 2. Housing Developments.  
  3 1. Education in the 80's. 2. Standard of Living : economic freedom. .  
  4 1.UDW 1981 Graduation Ceremony. 2. Political Developments (continued).  
       
       
Jun 1981 1 1. Cover: Rekha Devi, Singer & Dancer, performed at the 20th Anniversary celebrations of the Republic of South Africa. 2. Breakthrough in cancer research (Dr. Randeria). 3. Republic Festival Military Parade. 4. Developments at Stanger. 5.Developments at RK Khan Hospital. 5.Northdale nurses graduate.  
  2 1. Indian Breeder Comes First. 2. Salary parity for Durban City Council workers. 3. Community at Nylstroom. 4. Fight Against TB. 5. Isipingo Jaycees treat handicapped children. 6. Laudium Training Centre (for handicapped children). 7. Lenasia Management Committee. 8. Laudium Hosts Mayor. 8. Lenasia lads kicks his way up (Soccer). Moodley breeds game fowl and wins at Roayl Show; 4. Tuberculosis on the increase in Pietermaritzburg.
  3 1. Awards to Science Students. 2. Doctorates awarded at UDW. 3. Musician returns from India (Pragalathan Singaram).4. Valencia Secondary. 5, New tennis courts for Reservior Hills High. 6. Art workshop for Durban Youth. 7.Transvaal Hindus celebrate Ram Naumee. 1. National Youth Science Olympiad. 2.
  4 1. Five Million Rand Project for the Deaf. 2. Debs Ball for the Blind. 3. Durban Arts workshop grows in popularity. 4. NPB News. 5. Road Safety. 6. People & Events. 4. New conservation body established; Plan to save Knysna elephants; Taiwan tilapia for Natal; 6. Art award for Durban girl; Lenasia women for peace hosts visitos; Greyville primary wins inter-school sports.
       
       
Aug 1981 1 1. Cover: Sunrise over Isipingo Beach, Natal. 2. New poat for Dr Alec Solomon. 3. New Home for Umzinto's Old Folks.  
  2 1. Genetic Impairments / AE Strydom. 2. The Eid Festival. 3. Loans for Indian Farmers. 4. Mkuzi Reserve Goes International. 5. Profile: Sultan Technikon's Rector. (Appal Naidu Ramsamy).  
  3 1. Transvaal News. 2. New Township: Eltivillas. 3. Personalities in Education (NK Sham). 4. Adult Artisan Training at the natal Technikon. 5. In Mother's Footsteps (Rekha Devi and daughter - dance). 1. Honurs for Lenasia lass; Jiswa's ambitious training centre gets under way; Showpiece of the Eastern Transvaal (Louis Trichardt;
  4 1. Indian Models in Demand. 2. Verulam Crematorium. 3. Natal Parks Board News. 3. Visiting Indian Swami. 4 Hindu body promotes culture . 5. Free show for old folks 6. Lenasia man's unusual hobby. 7. Chalets at Tinley Manor. 8. Tamil New Year Celebrations. 9. New Courses: Transvaal Teachers' College. 3. The jumbos return;
       
Sep 1981 1 1. Cover: A Contoured Market Garden in Cliffdale (page 14). 2. Deputy director of Indian Education retires. 3. School Building Programme. 4. Mr NC Moodley Retires (Verulam Court).  
  2 1. Shallcross Senior Citizens Social Club. 2. Indian girl aims to be top designer. 3. Std V Differentiation (Education). 4. Minister of Community Development visits Grey Street Central Business District. 5. Tongaat Paper Mill.  
  3 1. Proper Farming Methods - conservation farming. 2. RK Khan Nurses' Graduation. 3. How to Vote (voting). 4. Gold medal award for Durban doctor (DV Naidoo)  
  4 1. Rosedale Textile Mill. 2. How to Cure Stammering. 3. Mandana Yoga Institute. 4. Education: HSRC (standardised scholastic tests). 5. New appointment for JN Reddy.  
  5 1. Art Award. 2. NPB News (Conserving Natal's indigenous forests)  
Oct 1981 1 1. Cover: Deepavali Message by JC Heunis, Minister of Internal Affairs. 2. SAIC Elections 3.The Disabled Child .  
  2 1. 'Indiana exhibition 81' a great success. 2. Keep Durban Tidy. 3. The Exploratory Years : std six and seven. 4. Facelift for Indian Schools. 5. Blind Society's workshop second in the world. 6. Krishna Asthamee. 1. Springfield College of Education.
  3 1. A Community Helps Itself. 2. Handicraft Exhibition. 3. Rector's Annual Report (UDW). 2. Prof Soni gets Promoted 3. Conference on the Exceptional Child. 1. Sport , recreation and social clubs. 2.
  4 1. Particulars of Candidates Nominated elections. 2. Unopposed Electoral Divisions. 3. Passing-out Parade: Wentworth '81. 4. Boost for Indian Art and culture.  
  5 1. Indians in Industry. 2. A Concrete Future for Goodhope Concrete Pipes. 3. Importance of Pension. 4. Documents Needed when Voting. 5. Returning Officers for November, 4. 4. South African Indian Council Elections.
Nov 1981 1 1. Cover: Indian seine netters have been operating off Durban's North Beach for over a century. Here a group of fisherman launch their boats in the dawn. 2. Mr Pienaar retires. 3. School readiness Seminar at Springfield College. 4. Training for Artisans. 5. Durban City Health Services.  
  2 1. Children and their Fears. 2. Seminar on Pollution at trinity High. 3. Community Centre for Reservoir Hills. 4. SAIC Election Results. 5. Indians Grow as an Economic Force. 6. Indian-owned Badge Factory. 7. Pioneers in sugar; the Bodasings. 8. Knitting Club in Lenasia. 9. Study into Effects of Chemicals on Wildlife.  
  3 1. Phoenix Housing Complex. 2. Rehabilitation of the Handicapped. 3. Klerksdorp Secondary's 40th Anniversary. 4. Personalities in Education : AL Narayadu. 5. Phoenix Township Mushrooms. 6. City Council Finances. 7. Williams High School Concert Staged to Raise Funds. 8. Foundation Laying Ceremony in Benoni (Sivan Alayam).  
  4 1. New Libraries in Durban. 2. New Libraries in Durban (Greenwood Park and Stonebridge Library). 3. Recycling Waste leads to a cleaner environment. 4. Natal Parks Board News/Educational Trail. 5. Urbanisation: Threat to Mans Future. 6. Careers Seminar at Lenasia. 7. Staff problems at first hospital in Laudium. 8. Abramjee collection on display at the Total Gallery.  
       
Dec 1981 1 1. Cover Christmas & New Year Message from the Minister of Internal Affairs, JC Heunis. 2. Director GeneralInternal Affairs retires. 3. New Secondary School in East London.  
  2 1. School Library Resource Services. 2. Chatsworth Primary is 50 Years Old. 3. Wentworth Police College. 4. Training the Mentally Retarded. 5. Mind that child 6.Deaf & Blind Actors. 7.
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  3 1. Honour for Stanger Boy. 2. Art Exhibition at Springfield College. 3. Indian Industrial Development Corporation Annual Report. 4. Stanger conference on the Disabled. 5. Inspectors retire.  
  4 1. The purpose of Measurement, Evaluation & Assessment in Education. 2. Nigel Primary wins Savings Prize. 3. Burtco bodies start ewxporting buses. 4. SAS Jalsena Band.  
       
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Feb 1982 1 1. Cover: an aerial view of the campus at UDW. 2. Prof SP Olivier retires. 3. School Counselling: Differentiated Education. 4. SAIC's 1st Elected EXCO. 5. Types of Design in Phoenix Schools.  
  2 1. The Beautician. 2. First Indian Female Magistrate (K. Chetty). 3. R1,6 Million Facelift for New Horizon School for the Blind. 4. University News. 5. Job Opportunities for School Leavers (Career guidance). 4. Durban-Westville gets new Prof for Business Administration; Strategic studies offered at Natal Campus;
  3 1. Indian Cucumber Farmer. 2. Housing Duties for Local Authorities / PS Reddy. 3. New Deputy Rector for Indian Technikon (RM Naicker). 4. 1982's Message to the Gentler Sex. 5. A City of Activity for All Races (Durban). 6. Floral Creations. 7. The Audiologist = the deaf are not alone.  
  4 1. Manpower in South Africa. 2. Fiat Lux Index. 3. NPB News.  
       
Mar 1982 1 1. Cover: Mr Roy Padayachee, Director of Chatsworth's Early Learning Centre with one of the toddlers (page 14). 2. Platoon Classes to be Phase Out.  
  2 1. Redenaars Kompetisies Raak Gewild. 2. What is Epilepsy?. 2. Too Much Medicine can be Dangerous. 3. Antibiotics Lose Power/Do-It-Yourself Blood Sugar Test. 4. Conflicting Opinions on "IQ". 5. Your Children's Teeth. 6. New FM Radio Station 7. Cholera: Dangers & Prevention (cont. on p31).  
  3 1. Chatsworth's Early-Learning Centre. 2. Help for the Handicapped (HS Ebrahim Training Centre for the Mentally handicapped). 3. Diploma Ceremony at Transvaal College of Education. 4. Sitplekgordels 'n moet = seat belts a must. 5. SABS Maintains International Ties. 6. AI Kajee champion of the Indian cause. 7. SABS Light on Electric Lamps.  
  4 1. Council Housing in Durban/ PS Reddy. 2. Snakes: Some Facts & Fables. 3. This Year at Jalsena (Navy). 4. And Thus To The Sea.  
Apr 1982 1 1. Cover: INDICOM 80: A Sari Display by one of the Durban Sari Houses. 2. The Importance of Examinations. 3. Inspectors of Education Retire. 4. ML Sultan Philanthropist. 5. Professorship for Dr Bhana / Expansion at UDW. 6. Wat Moet 'n Mens doen na 'n Ongeluk.  
  2 1. Communication: Blind Children. 2. Behaviour and the Brain-Injured Child. 3. Preservation of Historic Buildings. 4. Hinduism in the SA Context. 5. New Technikons for Indians. 6. UDW's Documentation Centre. 7. Safety Belts Warning.  
  3 1. INDICOM '80 Trade Fair. 2. Standardisation to Protect Consumers. 3. Health, Pensions & Welfare. 4. UDW Is 21 Years Old.  
  4 1. Safety in the Home. 2. How the Body Changes with Age. 3. Botulism: In Imported Cans of Salmon / SABS: International Contacts. 4. Wildlife Conservancies in Natal Increase.  
May 1982 1 1. Cover: Pietermaritzburg - the Old and the New. Fountains splash at the rear of the Victorian-style City Hall, flanked by modern commercial buildings. 2. Teacher Education Admissions 1982. 3. Investigations into Education Questions & Answers. 4. Language Disorders. 5. Child Restraining Devices for Motor Vehicles: SABC.  
  2 1. New Housing Development in Phoenix / PS Reddy. 2. Installation of a New Rector at UDW, Prof JJC Greyling. 3. SA's new Policewomen. 4. From Teacher to Warrant Officer (Indira Chetty). 5. The School of Industries in Newcastle. 6. Personalities in Education : RB Chetty.  
  3 1. Remedial Education/ S. Singh. 2. Versatile designer Manogeri. 3. New money machine. 4. Developments at Chelmsford Public Resort. 5. Freshwater-fishing Licences . 6. Use of Stoves on Hiking Trails.  
       
Jun 1982 1 1. Cover: Cato Manor Hindu Temple (page 6). 2. Diploma ceremony at ML Sultan College. 3. Sport in Indian Schools. 4. Spoken English and the Burniston-King Impact. 5. Traditional Hindu Temples in SA/ Mikula, Kersney and Harber. 6. Troika Homes: Solving the Housing Shortage.
 
  2 1. New Horizon School for the Blind - New Buildings. 2. Sylvia's Success Story. 3. Coming to Terms with Deafness. 4. A Dream Realised (Laudium Hospital). 5. BB Singh: A Pioneer Passes On. 6. Artisan Training. 7. Stanger's country Club : a golf club at the doorstep. 2. Commerce.
  3 1. Home for the Aged in Chatsworth : Aryan Benevolent Home. 2. Defeat TB Now & Forever. 3. Umgeni jaycees shine (Vivian Reddy). 4. Heart Disease: SA's Killer Monster. 5. Heart attacks: Guide for Laymen. 6. Pollution: Let the Polluter Pay.  
       
       
Aug 1982 1 1. Cover: An Indian Classical Dancer in Traditional Dress Photographed by M Solai (page 12). 2. SAIC votes for greater powers in education and welfare. 3. The Presidents Council. 4. The New Sastri College. 5. The Aged Require care and Attention.  
  2 1. Remedial Education. 2. Richmond Primary leads in National Thrift Competition. 3. Photography as an Art. 4. School Building Programme in Pietermaritzburg. 5. UDW Master Plan. 6. Future Development at UDW. 7. Adult Literacy Classes. 8. 200 Patients per Day - Oral and Dental Training Hospital of UDW. 9. First Matron at Laudium Hospital.  
  3 1.Youth Science Olympiad. 2. Ageing, Nutrition & Life Expectancy. 3. Junior Business School promotes racial harmony. 4. Lions Return to Zululand Reserve. 5. Bilharzia. 6. National Housing fund its role inSouth Africa / PS Reddy. 7. American research for UDW lecturer (N. Bhana). 3.
       
       
Sep 1982 1 1. Cover: This Float was one of many taken by School Children Through the Streets of Durban to Mark "KEEP DURBAN TIDY" Week. 2. Administrator of Natal visits Umzinto. 3. New Minister of Internal Affairs . 4, SAIC plays prominent role. 5. Schools in Lenasia. 6. Natal Housing Tour of New Homes. 7. Keep Durban Tidy week. 8. Open Heart Day at RK Khan Hospital.  
  2 1. Rectors Retire : Springfield College of Education and Transvaal College of Education. 2. Tweetaligheid is Belangrik = bilingualism is important. 3. Caring for the Crippled - Natal Indian Cripple Care Association. 4. School-Readiness Project for pre-scholars. 5. Promotion for Welfare Worker [Amra Chakravati]. 6. National Education Conference examines De Lange report on education. 7. UDW Extension Division. 8. Principals Visit SAS Jalsena.  
  3 1. New Hope for Alcoholics. 2. Durban's Own Poet Farooqi Mehtar. 3. Principals Visit UDW. 4.Ageing Nutrition & Life Expectancy. 5. Research by Division of Indian Education. 6. Library at UDW. 7. Schools Music Festival. 8. Conference of Education Inspectors. 9. Housing on Difficult Terrain {Effingham Heights].  
  4    
       
Oct 1982 1 1. Cover: An Exhibition of 'Rangoli', Traditional Hindu Folk Art Held in Lenasia (page 8). 2. First Indian acting Deputy Director of Indian Education (RL Charles). 3. The Small Business Development Corporation. 4. Golden steps Training Centre. 5. CSIR Housing Research. 6. Rangoli Exhibition at Lenasia. 4. Golden Gateway Training Centre.
  2 1. Hindus in South Africa. 2. Dramatics in Schools. 3. Sarangi for UDW Documentation Centre. 4.Student Counselling Centre at UDW. 5. JISWA Centre. 6. Rylands youngsters win art competition. 7. South African Defence Force (SADF) Youth Camp. 8. Obituaries [Natal Indian Blind and Deaf Society] 9. Schools in Isipingo. 10. Heart Diseases. 11. The Need for Music in our schools / S. Balkisson. 5. Johannesburg Indian Social Welfare Association.
  3 1. Art teaching at the Springfield College of Education 2.Facts about Alcohol. 3. Aged Indian South Africans/ M Tilak. 4. Computer for UDW Library / R De Wet. 5. Are You More Dead Than Alive? (Health). 6. Africa Depends on Pretoria. 7. Training dogs to aid the deaf. 8. The 1980 Population Census.
 
       
       
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Feb 1983 1 1. Cover: Sub-Economic Housing at Phoenix (page 30). 2. The year of the scout worldwide celebrations. 3. Radio Lotus Launched. 4. Instructors' Course at Internal Affairs. 5. Parents can help their children to become better students. 6. Data Processing at Internal Affairs. 7. How to Succeed in Business.  
  2 1. UDW establishes liaison committees. 2. HSRC investigation into education. 3. South African Indian literacy rate amongst the highest. 4. Choosing a Career is a major decision / NR Singh. 5. The state of vision of South African drivers. 6. Endangered Wildlife. 7. The origins of Indian Dancing / Vasugi Singh. 8. A Breeze Awakens : the magic of poetry / BE Nobin. 9. Technikons in SA. 10. New Inspectors in the Division of Education 11 Senior Certificate Results .  
  3 1. The impact of computers on society / T. Nepal. 2. Art & Science Awards. 3. Noise polution and deafness. 5. The forgotten pioneer : Sanyassi Bhawani Dayal / S S Singhi. 6. Indian Housing Study (UDW).  
       
       
Mar 1983 1 1. Cover: Prime Minister, PW Botha addresses the Opening of Piet Retief Indian Primary School (page 2). 2. First Indian superintendant for Northdale Hospital (L Dwarkaparsad). 3. Prime Minister in Piet Retief. 4. Second Woman Magistrate (Verulam : R Subban). 5. Indian policewomen. 6. A Tribute to the Late Gilbert M Naidu. 7. 1983 Easter Stamps.
 
  2 1.Technical Education: A History / Alec Solomon. 2. VN Naik School for the Deaf opens. 3. Environmental Education A Must. 4. New Housing for Verulam. 5. New Schools for 1983.  
  3. 1.Physical fitness : the road to good health / WHL Heckroodt. 2. Verulam's New Library. 3. Caring for the Ears. 4. Sugar the latest cure for Burns. 5. Shell Library Competition. 6. HSRC Investigation into Intergroup Relations. 7. Africa's Food Crisis. 8. Are you ecologically concerned. 9. Housing for Indians - UDW report.  
Apr 1983 1 1. Cover: JC Heunis, Minister of Constitutional Development (pages 2, 15, 18). 2. Retirement of Mr ND Maharaj. 3. Blacks and the New Constitution. 4. Teacher Education Intake 1983. 5. Teacher Education College at Laudium. 6. Mr Krog addresses new students at the Springfield College of Education. 7. My Mother and I (part 1).  
  2 1. Umgeni Valley Youth Camp. 2. The Late CM Bassa. 3. Promotions at ML Sultan Technikon. 4.Implications of the new Constitution. 5. The BL Bodasingh Award for Science.  
  3 1. Heart Disease in South Africa. 2. The Crocodile. 3. Winner of the Road Safety Competition. 4.Medical Services Grow. 5. Facilities in Housing Estates/ PS Reddy. 6. Drought 1983. 7. Literacy.  
       
       
May 1983 1 1. Cover: SS van der Merwe, Director of Internal Affairs. 2. Retirement of WB Lloyd (Chief Education Planner). 3. De Klerk Visits Springfield College of Education. 4.Constitutional Development. 5. Could I be fitter.  
  2 1. Meeting of the 5th statutory Council of the SAIC. 2. Provision of Special Education Facilities / AK Singh. 3. New Justices of Peace. 4. Remedial Education Centre Opens at Asherville. 5. Orient Park Youth Camp. 6. First Indian Female Police Reservist. 7. Fullbright Scholarship (Anil Sooklal). 8. INDICOM Trade Fair.  
  3 1. Tobacco Cultivation in Sawoti. 2. Identity Documents: Notice. 3. Vallabhjees in the Jewellery Trade. 4. My Mother and I: Part 11 5. Gujarati Convention. 6. Diminishing Plant Species.  
       
       
       
Jun 1983 1 1. Cover: Mahatma Gandhi. 2. Tribute to a pacifist : Paul Sykes. 3. The Gujarati Hindu in South Africa / CG Henning. 4. Crime and the Community (HSRC Survey). 5. Death of a Founder (FOSA) - KR Nair. 6.
 
  2 1. UNISA Graduation Ceremonies (UNISA). 2. FOSA's Head Office Moves. 3. Nutrition & TB (Tuberculosis) / TFB Collins. 4. Durban's women's leader attends world conferences. 5. ML Sultan Technikon Diploma Ceremony. 6. My Mother and I: Part 111. 7. Countdown for Health for All. 8. Conservation in Perspective. 4. Selvie Pillay.
  3 1. Graduation Ceremony at UDW. 2. Merit Awards in Community Dentistry. 3. Opening of Overport Secondary School. 4. The Fight Against Heart Disease. 5. Springfield College of Education Hosts Reading Seminar. 6. School Accommodation in Tongaat. 7. Special Award 7. Muruvan Marimuthu.
       
Aug 1983 1 1.Cover: Periscope 2000 (page 4). 2. Retirement of HAC De Beer. 3. Hinduism / N. Vedalankar. 4.Special Awards at Effingham Heights Primary School.  
  2 1. Cultural Highlights : programme on Radio Lotus. 2. National Youth Science Olympiad Results. 3. Skolesportbeoefening (chool sport exercises and education). 4. Annual Awards & Prize-giving at Sastri College. 5. Community Must Identify Own Needs. 6. SA Police Force Passing-Out Parade. 7. Fully Trained & Ready for Duty (Indian police women). 8. What Guiding Means to our Girls. 5. community development. 8. Girl Guides.
  3 1. SA's First Indian Naval Cadet Corps. 2. Music Festival 1983.  
  4 1. My Mother and I: Part IV. 2. The Gujarati Hindu In South Africa: Part 2/ CG Hening.  
       
Sep 1983 1 1. Cover: W/O Indira Chetty promoted to Lieutenant. 2. Inside Front Cover: New Regional Representative appointed - A. Gibello. 3. Teacher Attends Natuur 2000 Course. 4. The Next Epidemic: Smoke Related Diseases.  
  2 1. Are Your Killing Your Organisation?. 2. Rook: die Fiete = Smoking , the facts. 3. A New Course Begins: Dental Chairside Assistants (ML Sultan Technical College). 4. Exhibition '83 & Trade Fair (Stanger). 5. Red Letter Day for Indian Education : end of platoon classes/ CM Naidoo.
 
  3 1. Wage Gap Narrows. 2. Kinderverdrinkings. 3. Eating Habits & the Heart. 4. Scouts Jamborees. 5. Retirements in the Dept of Indian Education. 6. Durban Association for the Indian Aged (AGM). 7 . New Private Hospital (Isipingo). 7. National Arbor Day. 5. KL Reddy.
  4 1. SABC New Appointment. 2. New School Psychologists. 3. Youth Camps. 4. Saries for all occassions / V. Misthry. 5. New Public servants' Association formed . 6. A Grant to SIMA (South Indian Music Association). 7. An Autonomous University (UDW). 1. Prof Devi Bughwan to Advisory Board.
       
Oct 1983 1 1. Cover+ article : "Fashion Show '83, School of Art & Design, ML Sultan Technikon. 2. Islam.  
  2 1. Boys' Town Genazzano (Tongaat). 2. Centenary of ST Aidan's Mission / CG Henning. 3. Education for Citizenship. 4. Success Stories / R. Asmall.(UDW Graduants). 5. Drought Highlights Development Dilemma. 6. ASA Code Protects Consumers. 7. The Purchase of Protein-Rich Foods. 8. A Community Suffering from Amnesia. 9. The Elephant & Man. 3. Discipline in the Classroom. 6. Advertising. 8. Documenting records of organisations , individuals etc to preserve the past.
  3 1. Parlock Primary Builds a Swimming Pool. 2. Should a Doctor Tell? 3. National Seminar on Teacher Promotions . 4. Appointment of Marriage Officers. 5. Censorship of Indian Videos & Films. 6. Oral & Dental Hospital (UDW). 7. Exhibition by Documentation Centre, UDW. 8. Powers Delegated to Executive Committee of SAIC. 9. Death of member of SAIC (KP Desai). 2. Seriuos illness disclosure.
       
Nov 1983 1 1. Cover & Inside Front Cover: SAS Jalsena Passing-Out Parade. 2. The Centenary of St Aidan's Mission, part 2/ CG Henning. 3. Indian Cultural Awards Presentation (The Indian Academy of South Africa).
 
  2 1. Goal ball Marathon: New Horizon School for the Blind. 2. Managing Stress 3. National Young Historians' conference. 4. Golden Jubilee Pietermaritzburg Indian Womens' Association. 5. Conservation : Controversy Reigns. 6. New Offices opens in Phoenix. 7. The Purchase of Protein Rich Foods - Part 111 The value milk, eggs, cheese and plant protein. 8. Training Courses at the Springfield College of Education. 9. Waterless Fat Free Cooking. 10. Youth Science Week in Durban. 3. History. 7. Nutrient and Health
  3 1. Public Administration as a Profession. 2. The Micro-councelling Approach in the training of School Counsellors. 3. Education Planners Achieve Success. 4. Sastri College: Speech & Drama. 5. Continued Soviet Exploitation of Afghanistan. 6. Stringent Control on Nuclear Power. 7. Role of parents in the Education of the Gifted Child. 8. A Worthy Fund-Raising Effort.  
       
Dec 1983 1 1. Cover: The Papal Award Presented to Ms Sylvia Lawrence by Archbishop Dennis Hurley. 2. Inside Front Cover: Christmas & New Year message by FW de Klerk, Minister of Internal Affairs. 3. Inside Back Cover: Promotions in the Division of Indian Education. 4. Back Cover: Identity Documents. 5. Ms Sylvia Lawrence - Recipient of the Papal award (1983). 6. Official Opening of the Regional Remedial Centre.
 
  2 1. Radio Lotus Recipe Competition. 2. The Prime Minister meets the Indian Community. 3. A Message of Goodwill & Peaceful Co-existence. 4. Letters to the Editor. 5. Implications of the New Constitution. 6. Diagram of Constitution 1983: Central Level. 1. Radio 2. Prime Minister , community 5. Constitution
  3 1. The Centenary of St Aidan's Mission Part 3. 2. A Glimpse of Lebanon: Swiss Press Review.
1. Hospital, Nursing
  4 1. Christianity, the Kingdom of God. 2. A Success Story with a Difference. 3. Retirement of Mr V Poonan. 4. Spes Nova School: Foundation Stone Laying Ceremony. 5. Promotions in the Division of Indian Education. 1. Religion 2. Special school, music, disabiltiy, deaf 3. Psychologist, University
       
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Feb 1984

1 1. Cover: The projected new intake for Indian Primary schools is in the region of 20 300 pupils. 2. Inside Front Cover: International Youth Culture & Study Tour of Taiwan. 3.Inside Back Cover: AGM of the Public Servants Union. 4. Back Cover: Rabies is Death. 5. Promotions in the Division of Indian Education. 6. Senior Certificate & Standard 10 (Practical) Examination Results, 1983. 7. South African National Council for the Blind Biennial Conference. 8. Aggressiveness: Acquired or Innate. 5. Education 7. South Africa, council, blind 8. Violence, Riots
  2 1. Daar kom die Alabama. 2. Just Measures. 3. Shell School Library Competition, 1983. 4. The Housing Challenge: A Positive Approach. 5. Food Fibre: Is it Important? (Part 1).

2. Measurement 3. Library, School 4. Building, Housing 5. Food, Health, Nutition

  3 1. Our Bizarre World Beaters. 2. Orientation Day at Natal Command. 3. The Media and National Security. 4.Breastfeeding: A Resurgence. 5. AGM of the Public Servant's Union. 1. Sport 2. South African Navy, South African Defense Army 4. Breastfeeding
       

Mar 1984

1 1. Cover: TV presenter, Julie Ally. 2. Inside Back Cover: Election of members to the House of Delegates. 3. Back Cover: Road Safety. 4. The Ramakrishna Centre of South Africa. 2. Politics 4. Relegion
  2 1. The Voice We Never Hear. 2. Old Schools of Historical Interest. 3. Wyld Memorial State-aided Primary School. 4. "Operational" Highway. 5. Too few reserves result in too little habitat. An Exposition of Parliament under the New Constitution. 6. A Forum for Questions & Answers on the Constitution Act No 110 of 1983. 7. Vocational Guidance Seminar on Career Opportunities. 1. Trade Union 2. Schools 4. Traffic rules 5. Parliament, New Constitution
       

Apr 1984

1 1. Cover: VN Naik School for the Deaf (page 5). 2. Inside Front Cover: They also Want Work. 3. Back Cover: Educational Tours.

2. South African National Council for the blind

 

  2 1. Drive Safely for Life. 2. A Living Monument. 3. Drama: Encore. 4. Littering is a Dirty Word! 1. National Road Safety Council of South Africa. 3. V.N. Naik School for the Deaf
  3 1. An Exposition of Parliament under the New Constitution, Part 11. 2. A Forum for Questions & answers on the New Constitutions Part11. 3. Letters to the Editor. 4. Food Fibre: Is it Important. 5. Vegetarisme. 6. Professor appointed Dean of Facult. 7. Soloist Carves his Niche in Music History. 8. Educational Tours of Zululand.

1. New Constitution 4. Food fibre, Cholestrol, Cariovascular diseases

 

  4 1. Nuclear Power sympathetic to the Environment. 2. The Ramakrishna Centre of Southern Africa Part 11. 3. The Role of the Educational Planner in Educational Administration. 1. Nuclear power station 2. Documentation centre, University of Durban Westville 3. Division of Indian Education

May 1984

1 1. Cover: Anitha Singh is responsible for the Cultural Programme launched on the local Indian Radio Station. 2. Inside Front Cover: A New Cultural Programme is Launched. 3. Inside Back Cover: Road Safety. 4. A Programme in the Making. 5. Hypercholesterolaemia: A More 'Natural' Treatment. 2. Radio Lotus, Cultral programme 5. Hypercholesterolaemia
  2 1. Parent Involvement in the Training of the Severely Mentally Handicapped Child. 2. Fear Only Fear. 3. The Natal Indian Cultural Organisation. 4. An Exposition of Parliament under the New Constitution, Part 111. 5. A Forum for Questions & answers on the New Constitution, Part 111. 6. Art Exhibition at the Springfield College of Education.

1. Handicapped children, Parenting 3. Natal Indian cultural Organisation

4. Parliament, New Constitution 6. Art Exhibition, Springfield College

  3 1. The Lunch Packet, Part1. 2. Letters to the Editor. 3. Selection Procedures for Admission to Teacher Education Institutions. 4. The Public Servants' Union. 5. Road Safety: Can it be Adequately Emphasised? 1. Lunch packets 3. Teacher Education Institutions 4. Public Servants Union
       

Jun 1984

1 1. Cover: Logan Govender, the First Indian Licenced Pilot to Officially Participate in the State President's Trophy Air Race (page 5). 2. Inside Front Cover: Ramadaan message from FW de Klerk, Minister of Internal Affairs. 3. Inside Back Cover: WTD Levey. 4. Back Cover: Buying a Home or a Stand? Beware! 5. Academic Achievements. 6. Farewell to an Inspiring & Popular Personality. 7. New Regional Representative. 8. Logan Govender. 9. English Lecturer Awarded British Council Bursary.

5. Dr Dowlat Ramdas Bagwandeen, Philosophy, Springfield College of Education

6. Department of Justice 7. Deaprtment of Internal Affairs

  2 1. The Youth & Road Safety. 2. Dieet: 'n risiko factor en oorsaak van hartsiektes. 3. Civil Defence 'Shop Window'. 4. Individual Reaction to a Major Incident. 5. Marburg: an Historical Perspective. 6. Ons verwaarloos ons longe. 7. An Exposition of Parliament under the New Constitution Part 1V. 8. The Lunch Packet. 5. Marburg
  3 1. Labour Relations. 2. Full-Time Technical Classes for Apprentices in Newcastle. 3. Mr JJD Moller. 4. Letters to the Editor. 5. Censorship of Films on Video. 6. Guidance in a Changing World. 7. Promotions in the Dept of Internal Affairs. 1. Labour Relations. Dr Alec Solomon, M L Sultan 5. Films on Video
       

Aug 1984

1 1. Cover: The PM, PW Botha, Mrs Botha & Entourage arrive in South Africa after a tour of Western Europe. 2. Inside Front Cover: The Role of the Teacher in the Development of the Character of the Pupil. 3. Back Cover: Passing-out Parade of Indian members of the South African Police Force. 4. Careers in Catering: Catering School of Sastri College. 5. Children's Health: Tomorrow's Wealth. 4. Catering 5. Children's Health
  2 1. The New Parliament. 2. A Lot Can Happen at Home Too. 3. Does Television Affect Skill in Second Language? 4. Road Safety Year '84: Women. 5. Housing Policy in South Africa. 6. Candidates for the House of Delegates. 7. Cultural Concert: SIMA. 8. Marianhill Primary School Wins National Thrift Competition. 1. New Parliament 2. Health, Children 3. Television and language 5. Housing 7. Cultural Concerts
  3 1. Building as a Career: Training Possibilities in the Building Industry. 2. "School Readiness". 3. "Dwindling Lungs": Our Concern. 4. Outstanding Achievements. 5. The Importance of Early Exposure to Reading. 6. A Forum for Questions & Answers on the New Constitution. 7. Research Development: Encouragement for Initiative. 1. Building Industry 4. Durban Indian Girl Secondary 5. Reading
       

Sep 1984

1 1. Cover & Inside Front Cover: Dr James Gilliland, DG of the Administration of Indian Own Affairs. 2. Inside Back Cover: National Youth Science Olympiad 1984. National Youth Science Week. 3. Back Cover: Art & Creativity. 4. Clairwood Secondary School Fund-raising campaign. 5. UNISA's First Indian Lecturer. 6. A Different Approach to Placements. 4. Clairwood Secondary School, Fund raising 5. UNISA, Indian Lecturer 6. New Horizon School for the Blind
  2 1. Early Childhood: Valuable Opportunities. 2. Yes! Words can Hurt. 3. A Unique Cultural Concert. 4. The Delicate Link Between Emotions & Health. 5. The Story of Lice. 6. Ex-pupil Invents Oil-separating Device. 7. A Young Student Selected for International Karate Tour. 8. Science Writes the Menu. 9. Water Pollution. 1. Early Childhood 2. Parenting 3. Cultral concert, Durban City Hall 4. Lice 8. Basic Food Groups 9. Water Pollution
  3 1. Basic Rules of Traffic Safety. 2. Rabies. 3. Catering School at Sastri College: Cocktail bar/Lounge. 4. Annual Diploma Ceremony at ML Sultan Technikon. 1. Traffic Safety 2. Rabies 3. Sastri College
  4 1. Global Warming: A Looming Threat. 2. Art & Creativity. 3. A Shocking State of Affairs. 1. Global Warming 2. Electrical Installations
       

Oct 1984

1 1. Cover: Mr Ebrahim Abramjee: Minister of Budget & Auxilliary Services; Mr Baldeo Dookie: Minister of Local Govt, Housing & Agriculture; Mr Amichand Rajbansi: Chairman of the Ministers' Council, Member of the Exec State President's Cabinet & Minister without portfolio; Mr Kassipershad Ramduth: Minister of Education & Culture; Dr Murugaasen Padayachy: Minister of Health & Welfare. 2. Inside Front Cover: The Indian Ministers' Council. 3. Inside Back Cover: Dr Alec Solomon. 4. Back Cover: Cultural Concert. 5. Deepavali Message. 6. Mr G Krog Retires. 7. A New Exec Director is Appointed. 2. Indian Ministers Council
  2 1. SA Consumer council. 2. Honour the Aged. 3. Energy Countdown. 4. SABS Value for Money. 5. Furniture Industry Training Centre. 6. The New Republic Bank Business Quiz Competition. 7. A New Role for Falcons. 8. The Role of the Odontologist in Criminal Investigation. 1. The Consumer Council 2. Dayanand Gardens 4. South African Bureau of Standards
  3 1. How Children React to Television. 2. The Public Servants' Union. 3. Lice Infestation: a Community Problem. 4. Seat Belts. 5. The School of Home Economics at Sastri Technical College. 2. Public Servant Union
  4 1. The Late Dr Alec Solomon.
1. Dr Alec Solomon
       

Nov 1984

1 1. Cover: The Hare Krishna Temple. 2. Inside Front Cover: The New State Cabinet of South Africa. 3. Back & Inside Back Covers: The Folk Dances of India. 4. A Unique & Spectacular Temple. 5. A New Chief Director is Appointed. 6. The New State Cabinet. 7. Einstein Queried. 1. Hare Krishna Temple 2. Mr P W Botha 5. New Chief Director 6. New State Cabinet
  2 1. Child Abuse. 2. Letters to the Editor. 3. The Individual & The Community. 4. A New Approach to an Old Problem. 4. Shell School Library Competition. 5. Practical Gymnastics Course for Teachers. 6. The Four-Year Teacher Education Diploma. 7. Pupil Excels in Essay Competition. 8. Teacher Wins Prize in Mathematics Competition. 9. Apprentice School of Sastri College Annual Awards.

1. Child Abuse 2. Dr Omar, University of Natal-Medical School 3. University of Durban Westville, Drunk and Driving 6. Teacher Education Diploma

  3 1. It Doesn't Take Too Long To Die Behind the Wheel. 2. Fact Or Fiction. 3. The Hare Krishna Temple. 4. Business Quiz Competition. 5. Computers in Education. 6. School Art Competition. 7. Education for the Gifted. 1. Speed 2. Fact or Fiction 5. Computers 7. Education and Culture
       

Dec 1984

1 1. Cover & Inside Front Cover: The Late Shrimati Indira Priyadarshini Gandhi, Former Prime Minister of India. 2. Back & Inside Back Cover: "Speech & Drama Eisteddfod 1984" held by the School of Physical Education& Speech of Sastri College, Durban. 3. Christmas & New Year message by the Chairman of the Ministers' Council, HOD, Amichand Rajbansi. 4. "Fashion Flash '84" at the ML Sultan Technikon. 5. The 3rd Annual shell School Library Competition of the Dept of Education & Culture. 5. The New Year. 6. Rotary Exchange Student. 7. Soil as Evidence? 1. Shrimati Indira Gandhi 4. M L Sultan
  2 1. Housing for the Indian Community. 2. Did You Know that you May Need a Permit for Relaying Music? 3. Fifth International Congress on Mathematical Education (ICME 5). 4. Pupil Wins Prize in Art Competition. 5. The Matrimonial Property Bill (Act 88 of 1984). 6. Noise. 7. "Teenage Health Strength & Beauty Expo 1984". 1. local Government, Housing, Indian Community 3. Mathematics 4. Matrimonial Property Bill 6. Noise 7. Expo
  3 1. Awards in Mathematics Competition. 2. Lifting the Cloud of Depression. 3. What Does Food Do For You? 4. How to Choose your Automatic Washing Machine. 5. A Legend of Our Times. 1. Reservoir Hills Secondary 3. Food, Health 4. Washing Machine 5. The Gandhi Family
       
Issue Part Titles Subjects
Feb 1985 1 1. Cover: NAPAC Production of "How the Mantis came into Being", Directed by Jeffrey Sutherland. 2. The Creative Arts: Prop Designing & Making. 3. A Look into the Performing Arts. 4. The Family as a Unit. 5. The School with a Difference. 6. Outstanding Candidates in the 1984 Senior Certificate Examinations. 7. Neighbourship: Conflict or Peace? 8. National Service Volunteers. 9. Sell True Values to your Children. 10. Service Awards for Longstanding Service. 11. Promotions in the Administration: HOD.

1. Creative arts. 3. Drama. 4. Unique Social Club, Merebank. 5. Sastri Technical College. 6. Top Matric Pupils, Senior Certificate Examinations.

8. National Servicemen, Indian Platoon. 9. Long service awards.

       
Mar 1985 1 1. Cover: House of Delegates. 2. Inside Front cover: A Living Legend: The Phoenix Settlement. 3. Back cover: Follow the Flag. 4. Hindu Temple Relocated at a new site. 5. Selection of Marriage Partners. 6. Film & Video Tape Piracy. 7. Censorship of Indian Films on Video. 8. Blood Fats & Coronary Heart Disease. 9. The Instalment Sale ("Hire Purchase Agreement"). 10. What's Inflation. 11. Die Indiergemeenskap: op soek na ware burgerskap. 12. Recipients of Merit Awards in the Administration: HOD. 13. Geraas. 14. Watch that Hair! 15. The lay-by Contract. 16. The Probationary Year of Teaching. 17. The Dolphin: Man's Friend 1. Phoenix Settlement, Gandhi. 4. Temple Dome. 5. Marriage. 6. Piracy, Film, Video. 8. Heart diease, Health. 9. Credit, Installment. 16. Teaching. 17. Dolphins, South African Navy.
       
Apr 1985 1 1. Cover: Springfield College of Education held an Exhibition at the Pavillion, Durban, for which they won a Gold Medal (page 27). 2. International Year Of the Youth. 3. Participation, Development & Peace. 4.Welcoming function for 1st year students at Springfield College of Education. 5. Clairwood Secondary builds a swimming pool. 6. The Pre-school years, a preparation for life. 7. A milestone is reached in the donation of blood. 8. US Scholarship for Chief Education Planner. 11. Double Achievement at Mount View Secondary. 12. Pupil wins essay competition. 13. Outstanding Achievement in Art. 14. BL Bodasingh Award & Floating trophy to Chatsworth Secondary. 15. Child pornography and exploitation. 16. Optometry Clinics for the Needy. 17. The Public Servants' Union AGM. 18. "Mela India" Exhibition. 2. Youth Year. 4. Education System. 5. Swimming pool, School. 6. Pre-School. 8. Blood Donation 9. U.S. Scholarship 13. Arts Award. 15. Child Prostitution. 16. Department of Optometery, University of Durban Westville.
       
May 1985 1 1. Cover: Northmead Goes to the Polls (Pages 14 & 15). 2. Inside Front Cover: International Youth Year '85. 3. Back cover: The various kinds of dried fruit available in South Africa. 4. Youth Day at PR Pather Secondary School. 5. A New Venture for boys: Home Economics. 6. A message to the parents of deaf children. 7. The official opening of a new housing project. 8. The pre-school years: preparation for life continued. 9. Annual awards presentation of the Furniture Industry Training Board trainees. 10. Don't let your child be a Victim! 11. Dried fruit and the dried fruit industry. 1. Northmead Secondary School. 4. Youth Day, P R Pather School. 5. Home Economics. 6. Parenting, Deaf Children, Family Values. 7. New Housing project, Undeveloped Land, Poverty, Unemployment. 9. Furniture Industry, Wood Machinary. 10. Kidnapped, Decomposed, Victim. 11. Dried Fruit, Dried Fruit Industry.
       

Jun - Jul 1985

1 1. Cover: Minister A Rajbansi: Chairman of the Ministers' Council in the HOD & member of the State Cabinet of the Executive State President. 2. Inside Back cover: Senior appointments in administration. 3. Back Cover: The Chatsworth Service Centre . 4. The 1985 Parliamentary session of the HOD. 5. An historic appointment. 6. The Establishment of the Agricultural Credit-Board. 7. Amendment to the Indian Education Act. 8. The situation of the youth. 9. "Youth in action": a career convention. 10. Murder for lust: a crimino-legal analysis. 11. The Phoenix community Health Centre. 12. The youth and parental encounter. 13. Nurses take their pledge. 14. Orientation Day. 15. The Chatsworth Service Centre. 16. The promotion of culture. 1. A Rajbansi. 3. Chatsworth Service Centre. 4. House of Delegates. 6. Agriculture Credit Board. 7. Indians Education Act. 8. United Nation, International Youth Year. 11. Phoenix, Health Centre. 13. Nursing, R K Khan Hospital. 14. South African Defense Force.
       
Aug 1985 1 1. Visiting Swami in South Africa. 2. A Universal message to the youth. 3. The situation of the youth. 4. The many faces of youth. 5. Passing-out Parade. 6. Disinvestment or Investment: a Catalyst for change. 7. Transkeian Educationists visit Springfield College of Education. 8. The Om Shanthi Cultural Centre confers special recognition awards. 9. Employment opportunities in the mining industry. 10. The Assessment of Educators for placement in promotion posts. 11. Regional services councils. 12. Auto-theft. 13. Northdene State-aided Primary Silver Jubilee Function. 14. Scouting in South Africa. 15. TASA meets with the Ministers' Council. 16. TASA meets with the Ministers' Council. 1. Swami Gurukkal, India. 2. Rama Krishna Centre, Youth. 5. South African Police. 6. Investments, United States, Seminars. 7. Educators, Transkei. 9. Mining Industry. 12. Motor Vehicle, Security. 13. Mr B Panday
       
Sep 1985 1 1. Cover: The Inanda/Phoenix Relief Operation. 2. The Inanda /Phoenix Relief Operation. 3. Exhibitionism and obscene telephone calls. 4. Minister Abramjee receives a meritorious award. 5. A Civic Honour is bestowed. 6. Presentation of the Salus Gold Medal Award to the Director General. 7. Official opening of new buildings at the HS Ebrahim Training Centre. 8. The importance of language for the deaf individual. 9. Art workshop at Dundee. 10. Senior appointments in the HOD. 11. The Minister announces senior appointments. 12. Official opening of Roseville Secondary School. 13. A Youth Convention. 14. Back Cover: Pupil receives music award; An ecology system is initiated. 1. Inanda/Phoenix Relief Operation. 4. Minister Abramjee
       
Oct 1985 1 1. Cover: The Historic Marks Building in Cape Town, from where the HOD conducts its business. 2. The Dept of Budgetary & Auxilliary Services. 3. The Dept of Local Govt, Housing & Agriculture. 4. The Dept of Education & Culture. 5. The Dept of Health Services & Welfare. 2. Budgetary and Auxillary. 3. Housing and Agriculture. 4. Education and Culture. 5. Health and Welfare.
       
Nov 1985 1 1. Cover: The Temple of Understanding, Sri Sri Radha Radhanath Temple in Chatsworth, opened on 20 October 1985. 2. The Temple of Understanding. 3. ISKON: a worldwide understanding. 4. Ministers visit the Temple. 6. The Golden Jubilee of Mount Edgecombe Secondary School. 7. A new Executive Director is appointed. 8. Farewell to MR JSM Zwieglaar. 9. The Inanda/Phoenix Relief Fund receives a cheque from the HOD. 10. Recognition for outstanding community service. 11. The Stanger ML Sultan Secondary School Silver Jubilee. 12. The Business Quiz Competition, 1985. 13. Fourth Annual Shell School Library Competition. 14. An Orientation Day held by the Civic Action Unit of Natal Command. 15. The recipient of the ATKB Award through UNISA. 16. A Cultural variety concert held by the Northmead Youth Club. 17. Natya Ustav: an Indian Dance Festival. 18. The official unveiling of the Marine Inter-tidal Simulation Tank at Stanmore Secondary School Phoenix. 19. Back Cover: The Temple Room Interior. 2. Temple, Chatsworth, Sri Sri Radha Radhanath. 6. Mount Edgecombe Secondary School 9. Refugees, Inanda. 10. Mr PC Govender, Stanger, Indian Electrical Wireman.
       

Dec 1985

1 1. Cover: The Arrival of the 1860 Settlers in South Africa on the ship Truro was commemorated by the Indian Academy of South Africa. 2. The Indian Academy of South Africa commemorated the arrival of the 1820 settlers with an awards presentation. 3. The official opening of Reunion Secondary School. 4. Preparation for retirement. 5. Environmental Education: "ENVIRO 85" competition. 6. The 1985 Diploma Presentation Ceremony of the Springfield College of Education. 7. A successful Youth Year Project. 8. Vocational training to suit manpower requirements. 9. Farewell to the Principal of Crestview Primary School, Chatsworth. 10. The South African Council for Education. 11. The Festival of Pongal; A time for rejoicing as well as reflection. 12. The Hindi Shiksha Sangh of South Africa: a brief outline & history; a pictorial of the Annual Cultural Concert of the Sangh. 13. Science & the Scriptures. 14. The drum-majorette competition. 15. The Pietermaritzburg Girls' Secondary School Golden Jubilee. 16. Back Cover: Kathak dance performed by Achal Garbarran during the Annual Cultural Concert of the Hindi Shiksha Sangh at the Durban City Hall, October 1985.

2. Indian Academy of South Africa, Durban City Hall, 1820 Settlers. 3. Reunion Secondary School. 4. Retirement. 5. Wildlife Society, Klerksdorp Secondary 6. Dr G K Nair, Rector, Springfield College. 7. R K Khans Hospital

 

       
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Issue Part Titles Subjects
     
Feb 1986 1 1.Cover: An historic unity arrangement between the leaders of the 2 political parties in the HOD, A Rajbansi and JN Reddy. 2. The 'Great Night': MAHA SIVARATHRI. 3. The international year of shelter for the homeless. 4. Housing for the Indian community in the Pinetown area. 5. Senior appointments in the HOD. 6. An international conference on Ranganathan's philosophy. 2. Maha Sivarathri, Relegion. 3. United Nations, Homeless People. 4. Housing. 6. Philosophy.
  2 1. A monument to sacrifice'. 2. Community facilities and overcrowding in Shallcross. 3. A special prevocational secondary school in Chatsworth. 4. A declaration of unity. 5. The 'Firebug'. 1. Motala, Jadwats. 2. Shallcross, Library, Swimming Pool. 3. Special School, Mentally Handicapped, Students.
  3 1. A balance between the knowledge and skill components in education and training. 2. Cancer, the known unknown disease. 3. Success upon Success. 4. A unique art form. 5. A HOD relay team. 6. Passing-out parade. 7. Report of the agricultural fact-finding committee. 8. The small claims court: how to institute your claim?
2. Cancer. 3. Radia Lotus. 6. South African Police Force.
       
Mar 1986 1 1. Cover: State President, PW Botha opens the 3rd Session of the 8th Parliament of the Republic of South Africa on Friday, 31 January 1986 (Page 18). 2. The Avatar of the Lord Rama: an immortal epic in Hindu Scriptures. 3. Victory over evil: Hanuman Jayanthi.
2. Ramayana. 3. Hanuman Yayanthi.
  2 1. The Matrimonial Property Act (Act 88 of 19840. 2. The Divorce Amendment Bill. 3. Building a House. 1. Matrimonial Property Act. 2. Divorce Amendment. 3. Construction.
  3 1. An encounter of Eastern & Western Cosmologies; Radhakrishnan and the implicate order. 2. A significant address. 3. The Admission to and Residence in the Republic Amendment Bill.  
  4 1. The Ministers' Council of the HOD: appointment of two new ministers. 2. Parents training programme at a school for the retarded. 3. Back Cover: Significance of the Jhundha (the red flag on the top of a bamboo pole) stands in the front of Hindu homes. 2. Golden Step School, Mentally Handicap
       
Apr 1986 1 1. Cover: The 1st Cabinet Minister of Colour, A Rajbansi Addresses the House of Assembly. 2. Historic Speech by A Rajbansi. 3. Ramadaan: The Observance & Significance of the auspicious occasion. 2. A Rajbansi, White House, Speech, Race. 3. Ramadaan, New Moon, Muslim
  2 1. Trends in Education. 2. Mini Conference on Inter-group relations. 3. Alarmed! Information to assist the public on Security. 1. Treverton College. 2. Culture, Community. 3.
  3 1. Smoking: a Statement on Smoking. 2. Contributions of Senior Citizens are Appreciated. 3. The Arya Yuvuk Sabha's 75th Anniversary. 1. Lung Cancer, Health
       

May 1986

1 1. Cover & Back Cover: A Map of Cato Manor Development area indicates the planning & development by the Dept of Local Govt & HOD (page 1). 2. Hod Develops Cato Manor. 1. Housing, Schools, Temples, Cato Manor
  2 1. The Ex-Servicemen's Legion meets the Minister of Defence. 2. The Establishment of a Dental Faculty. 2. University of Durban Westville, Dental Faculty, King George V Hospital
  3 1. Increase in Social Welfare Pensions. 2. The Public Servants' Union.
1. Social Welfare Pension
  4 1. Community service award. 2. The role of Civil Defence. 1. Service Award, Mr A K Singh.
  5 1. A Doctorate in Philosophy. 2. Awards in Accounting & Economics.  
  6 1. Some thoughts on the Promotion of Culture. 2. The Presentation of Certificates & Awards. 3. Retirements in the HOD.  
       
Jun/Jul 1986 1 1. Cover: The Activities of the schools of Sastri Technical College & other Technical Institutions under the Dept of Education & Culture (page 24). 2. Developments in the Public Service. 3. The National Youth Science Olympiad. 4. The Role of the companion animal in the community. 2. Public Service, Dr J E du Plessis. 3. Science Olympiad. 4. Zootechnology and Nutrient, University of Pretoria
  2 1. The appointment of the Chief Director: Control, Dept of Education & Culture. 2. Television: A window on the Occupational World? 3. The Teacher & the Law. 4. A Tribute to a great Composer & Poet. 1. Mr B Panday, Department of Education. 2. Television, students. 3. Teachers, Pupils, Laws. 4. Poetry, Thyagaraja.
  3 1. Commerce & Industry & the Socio-Economic Fabric. 2. The Employer & Co-operative Education. 3. Assistance Schemes to provide relief in Economic Hardships. 4. orientation Courses for Educators in the Source Languages. 1. Commerce, Fabric. 2. Ecoomic hardships. 4. Langauges
  4 1. The Technical Institutions under the Dept of Education & Culture. 2. Education for a new SA. 3. Inside Back Cover: A "relief lunch" project at Swanvale Primary School. 4. Back Cover: The father of Classical South Indian music, Swami Thyagaraja, described as a genius Composer & Poet. 1. Department of Education and Culture.
       
       
Aug 1986 1 1. Cover: Swami Shivapadananda accompanied by Moulana Abdul Raoul Sufi officially opens the new Sri Ramakrishna Maternity & Surgical Clinic, unveiling the plaque. 2.Social relief administration by the HOD. 3. A New Maternity & Surgical Clinic Opens. 4. A multiracial Speech Contest. 2. Social Relief. 3. Maternity, Surgical Clinic, Chatsworth.
  2 1. A tree planting project at Ocelft. 2. A Dental Public Health Seminar. 3. Education in Human Values. 4. Teacher Training to meet National needs. 1. Orion College. 2. Dental. 3. Education Human Value Programmes.
  3

1. A Street law programme (Consumer Law). 2. "To educate the human potential". 3. Dental Treatment & Education for Rural Areas. 4. "Control of marine pollution in International Law".

1. Street Law. 3. Northdale Hospital Dental Clinic. 4. Marine Pollution.
  4 1. Retirements in HOD. 2. "restrictions on 'non-whites' in the CBD. 3. The Regional Welfare Board 1986. 4. Marburg, a new housing project. 5. The role of the companion animal in the community, Part 11. 6. The call of Lord Krishna. 7. Inside Back & Back Cover: The KwaZulu-Natal Indaba.  
       
Sep 1986 1 1. Cover: Cultural Concert: 1986, Year of the Disabled. 2. 1986: Year of the Disabled. 3. A Tour of the border between RSA & Mozambique. 4. The Natal Strategy Plan. 5. Myths concerning marriage. 2. Year of the Disabled.
  2 1. The man-made environment: an opportunity lost. 2. The potential of a future South Africa in the area of Education. 3. The International Youth Culture & Study Tour of Taiwan. 4. Welfare matters of the various population groups. 5. Official opening of the Regional office of the Dept of Health Services & Welfare of the HOD. 1. Manmade Environment. 2. M L Sultan Technikon. 3. Youth Culture, Taiwan. 4. Welfare.
  3 1. The Natal Pre-Retirement Council. 2. "Fun sports Day" for community Psychiatry out-patients. 3. Safety for Senior Citizens. 4. "Education for South Africa's tomorrow". 5. Back Cover: An Outstanding Achievement for a First-timer. 1. Natal Pre-Retirement Council.
       
Oct 1986 1 1. Cover: Marks Building in Cape Town: the Parliamentary building of the HOD; The Lighting of the Lamp. 2. Message by the Chairman of the Ministers' Council. 3. Arts & Crafts Exhibition at Phoenix. 2. Relegion. 3. Redfern Community Hall, Arts and Craft.
  2 1. Dept of Local Government, Housing & Agriculture, HOD. 2. Dept of Education & Culture. 3. Dept of Health Services & Welfare. 4. The movement from Darkness to Light. 1. Housing and Agriculture
  3 1. The Ramakrishna Centre of South Africa. 2. Drum Majorette Competition. 3. A One-day workshop in Hindi Methodology. 1. Ramakrishna Centre
       
Nov 1986 1 1. Cover: The Lutchminarian sisters of Buffelsdale Secondary School perform on the Harmonium & Thubla respectively at a function held at Northmead Secondary School, Phoenix. 2. Greetings by the chairman of the Ministers' council, A Rajbansi. 3. We recognise their valuable contributions of the past. 4. Suicidal Behaviour. 5. A Technical Exhibition.  
  2 1. Physical Education & Sports in Schools - Perspectives for the Future. 2. An Astronomy Exhibition. 3. The Douglas Shield Award. 4. The Recipient of an Art Award. 5. The Minister Meets the Regional Welfare Board. 1. Physical Education. 2. Astronomy, UNISA. 3. Clairwood Secondary.
  3 1. The LRC and its place in the school. 2. Make it easier for yourself to vote nearer to your home. 3. A new chapter begins in housing development. 4. School driver education. 5. Recognition for their Achievements. 6. We learn from the Past. 1. Library Resource Centre. 3. Cato Manor, Housing. 6. Lennoxton Primary School.
  4 1. Certificate for longstanding service. 2. Retirements. 3. Promotions in the HOD. 4. Safety for senior citizens Part 11. 5. Indian Sciences through the Ages. 6. The role of business in the Reform Process. 7. Inside Back Cover: The Home can be a dangerous place! 8. Back Cover: A display of Graphic design work.  
       
Dec 1986 1 1. Cover: Pupils model their outfits at the Chatsworth Arts & Crafts Exhibition. 2. Arts & Crafts Exhibition. 3. A new Rector Farewell. 4. A new era in sport. 5. First Parents' day. 2. School, Arts, A Rajbansi, Industrail Arts. 3. Prof R Soni, M L Sultan Technikon. 4. Glenhaven Secondary. 5. Clare Estate School, Physically Disabled, Parents Day
  2 1. Bhajana Festival. 2. The potential of disabled people; Visit to the Tongaat area. 3. Senior Certificate results 1986; Vivasvan Soni - Michaelhouse. 4. A milestone is reached. 5. Ex-servicemen meet the Ministers' Council. 1. Indian Music. 4. Golden Step School.
  3 1. Protea Community Education Centre. 2. The final chapter in the history of Broadmoor. 3. Awards day at Durban School for the Deaf. 4. Computers in Education. 5. The future growth of technical education. 1. Protea Community Education Centre. 2. History, Broadmoor. 4. Computers, Education.
  4 1. Awards day at Durban School for the Deaf. 2. The SAS Jalsena passing-out parade. 3. News in brief. 4. Inside Back Cover: Long Service Award/Appointment/Promotion. 5. Back Cover: SAP passing-out parade.  
       
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Jan - Apr 1987 1 1. Cover: South African Transport Services. 2. Opening of Parliament. 3. Waters Importance in society. 4. Durban School for the Indian Deaf. 5. Your car: whenever you leave it…lock it. 2. Mr P W Botha, ANC, SACP, Parliament. 3. Water pollution, S A Water Act. School for the deaf.
  2 1. Child Abuse. 2. "The Great Night". 3. The Graphic Designer. 4. Children's Eisteddfod. 5. New Developments at School for the Deaf. 6. SATS: a breakthrough.
1. Child abuse. 2. Maha Sivaratri. 3. M L Sultan, Graphic Designing.
  3 1. Security Bulletin. 2. Facts about Iron. 3. Preparation for Retirement. 4. Diploma Ceremonies at the Colleges of Education. 5. First Dean of Dentistry at UDW. 1. Bombs, Safety. 2. Iron, Medical, Blood Cells, Earths Crust. 4. Graduation, College, Education, Sprigfield, Transvaal. 5. UDW, Jairam Reddy
  4

1. Education beyond the school level: post school & tertiary education. 2. Junior Cricket Tournament. 3. News in Brief. 4. Inside Back Cover: Retirements/Appointments. 5. Back cover: Matric Art Exhibition 1986.

1. Sastri Technical School, Unisa. 2. Tambuti Cricket Tournament.
       
May - Jun 1987 1 1. Cover: Hoisting of the National flags at a National Conference on Culture. 2. Ramadaan. 3. The electrical Engineering Technician. 4. The wonder of the bond between horses and the handicapped. 5. Swearing in of the Ministerial Representatives. 6. 30th Anniversary of the Juma Musjid School. 2. Ramadaan. 3. Electrical Engineering. 4. Handicapped, Horses. 5. Ministerial Reprsentatives.
  2 1. Alcoholism; I am an Alcoholic. 2. Tamil Eisteddfod 'Seminar 1987'. 3. Don’t leave small children in parked cars. 4. Malakazi: Priority area. 4. Ward Classes at the RK Khan Hospital. 5. Workshop on the Gifted Child. 6. A Traditional Wedding. 1. Alcoholism. 2. Natal Tamil Vedic Society. 3. Malakazi. 4. R K Khan hospital, Ward Class
  3 1. "Baby Prisa". 2. Hanuman Jayanthi at the Shree Gopallal Temple. 3. Golden Jubilee Celebration. 4. Dental Faculty at UDW. 5. Tughra. 6. National conference: "Unity through Cultural & Religious Understanding". 2. Lord Hanuman, Shree Gopallal Temple.
  4

1. Establishment of College Councils & College Senates. 2. Agricultural Symposium. 3. Rape. What to Expect. 4. The Rape victim. 5. Successful Secretaries. 6. Cultural Day; Cultural Affairs. 7. News in Brief. 8. Back Cover: Transvaal Art Exhibition.

1. College Councils,Senates. 2. Agriculture, Free enterprise.3. Rape. 4. Victims of rape
       
Jul 1997 1 1. Cover: Vimi Pather of the ML Sultan Technikon models the finished garment from the article on Clothing Design. 2. "The Bonds of Protection". 3. Developments in Lenasia. 4.Crossing the Cultural Frontiers: The Jewish Community. 5. Stress: The Solution Lies with You. 2.. Raksha Bandhan, Month of Sravana. 3. Housing, Johannesburg, Education, Healt Services. 4. Jewish Communtiy, Rabbi. 5. Sri A Parthasarathy, Hindu Maha Sabha.
  2 1. Narcotic Drugs: Education, Prevention & Control. 2. TADA; Burglar Picks up Phone and Wins Victims a Trip to Hawaii; Learning French. 3. Teachers against drug abuse. 4. Negotiations: "The Public Service Way". 5. Hajj: The Holy Pilgrimage. 6. The Clothing Designer. 1. Dr Chris Soobiab, Regional Welfare Board. 3. Teachers against drug abuse, Burglar, Baseball, French. 4. Dr C Cameron, Malgate reataurant. 6. Mrs Fathima Patel, Clothing designer, M L Sultun Technikon.
  3 1. Care for the Aged. 2. Rotary: "Service Above Self". 3. Strike Craft Ahoy!. 4. Mathematics Opens doors for Women. 5. Serving the Community: A new Civic Centre Opens. 6. Dads shape their Daughters more than you think.
1. Mr I Kathrada, Health Services and Welfare, Old Age Homes. 2. Mr J T Bhoola, Rotary Mother Club. 3. Navy.
  4 1. Whenever Righteousness declines the Lord Appears. 2. Launching of the Kushalen. 3. 1986 Special Awards. 4. Inside Back Cover: Child Abuse: The Full Story ; Rise in Abuse Cases in Tongaat. 5. Back Cover: A Unique Award: The Sword of Peace.  
       
Aug-Sept-Oct 1987 1 1. Cover: Shivashni Rambarran Lights the Diwali Lamp. 2. Serving the Aged; Preparing for Old Age. 3. Why is that Inner Light so Important? 4. Tamaso Ma Jyotir Gamaya: Lead me from darkness unto Light. 5. Crossing the Cultural Frontiers: The Splendour of the East - much has been gleaned from this eternal philosophical base. 6. Interested in becoming a Surveyor? 7. Negotiations: the only peaceful alternative. 8. "The Commission for Administration turns 75". 9. "Learning from a Pal". 2. ABH. 3. Hindu importance. 5. Cultural Frontiers. 8. Public Service Commission. 9. Glenover Secondary School.
  2 1. Sport in its proper perspective. 2. Drug Abuse: A Specialist Psychiatrist's Viewpoint; The observations of SANCA's Senior Information Officer. 3. How to spot job leads everyone misses. 4. Why is an Awareness of the Eternal Supreme Spirit so Important? An awareness of the "SUPREME SPARK OF SPLENDOUR" is the Awareness of the Real Self. 5. The Birth of a Unique Investment. 6. Fasting. 7. "More land Identified for Agriculture". 8. Agricultural development: new visions? 9. Protecting the Child. 10. Inspection of agricultural areas. 11. Day dreaming on the job can be good. 1. Educational Sports. 2. Dr A E Gangat, Drug Abuse. 4. Hindu Awareness. 6. Fasting. 7. Farming, Land. 9. Abuse against children. 11. Time management.
  3 1. Cato Manor Planning & Development. 2. "Education is an Investment". 3. Rape: New Statistics revealed. 4. Success in the Force. 5. A Cultural Concert. 6. …the enterprising initiative of an economically active community…. 7. Careers in the Foreign Service. 8. Men fall in love easier than Women. 9. News in Brief. 1. Cato Manor, Housing. 2. Forest Haven Secondary School. 3. Rape Statistics. 4. Achievements in the SAPS. 5. Culture. 6. P L Maharaj Wholesale Fruit and Vegeatable Market.
  4 1. Inside Back Cover: A Tree a Year; the Greatest Gift of All. 2. Back Cover: The National Flag of the Hindus was raised at the Shree Vaithianatha Easparar Alayam (Umgeni Road Temple).  
       
Nov-Dec 1987 1

1. Cover: Pupils from the Shalom Presbyterian Sunday School Pre-Primary class enacting the Nativity scene. 2. The significance & observance of the birth of Christ. Christmas - that joyous occasion of great splendour. 3. Crossing the Cultural Frontiers: The Greek Community. 4. The Significance of Giving. 5. Growing up with your disabled child. 6. Watch out! Telephone habits tell tales. 7. Aid to Indian Farmers.

2. Significance of Christmas. 3. Greek, Greece, heritage. 5. Year of the diasabled people, Education on caring for the disabled. 7. Aid to farmers.
  2 1. The Opening of a new Library & Clinic Complex at Glencoe. 2. The relief measures in the aftermath of the floods. 3. A housing tour of Verulam and the surrounding environs. 4. The takeover of the Phoenix Community Health Centre by the Administration. 5. The Worship of Lord Muruga. 6. Superstitions and their Origins. 7. Nottingham Road … a closely knit community. 1. Glencoe Library, Clinic, Medical. 2. Relief for flood victims. 3. Verulam narket, Oakland housing project. 4. Phoenix health. 5. Hindu diety, Muruga, Worship. 7. nottingham Road, Indian settlers, British soldiers.
  3 1. Rise in the incidence of kidney disease. 2. Tongaat receives new hope for housing shortage. 3. The opening of Cool Air Secondary. 4. Soil turning ceremony at Umhloti Primary. 5. The Commercial Caterer/Chef. 6. Strange but True. 7. "Farewell to Dr Gilliland …Welcome to the new DG". 1. Mr Venkatas Naidoo, Natal Kidney Association, Organ donors. 3. Cool Air Secondary. 4. Barrs Flats, Canelands Primary School. 5. Hotel School.
  4 1. Questions you'd like to ask your Dentist. 2. Vegetarianism. 3. An Evening of Music & Dance. 4. Deep dark secrets can ruin your health. 5. News in Brief. 6. Inside Back Cover: Howick Speech Contest; Jan Hofmeyr Speech Contest; Scholarship recipient; Open Air Concert; Child Art Competition. 7. Back Cover: A scene depicting divine homage to Mother Luxmi.  
       
Jan - Feb 1988 1 1. Cover: Traditional Zulu dancing. 2. A Step in the right direction. 3. The only thing PERMANENT is change. 4. " … a multidisciplinary approach … ". 5. Is a team necessary? 6. Education: a process involving a partnership between the school and the community. 7. Recognition to environment expert.
2. School for modelling. 3. Dawnview Primary School Cultural Day, Indentured Labourers. 5. Health Services, Welfare Seminar. 7. Environment Expert, Professor R Soni.
  2 1. Cultural ties. 2. Single Parents. 3. National Flood disaster victims receive relief; Donation to Disaster Relief Fund. 4. The Cosmic Experienc. 5. The Hotel Receptionist. 6. Science Fair. 7. Cream of Africa. 1. Culture, Hindu Darma Sabha. 2. Single Parent Association. 3. Flood, Disaster, Victim, Relief. 4. Maha Shivarati, Rivers, India, Ganga, Oceans, Hindu, India. 5. Hotels, Receptionist. 6. Science Fair. 7. African Culture, Musical
  3 1. A new milestone; Call for Psychiatric Wards. 2. Fund Raising; Flood victims receive their houses. 3. 10/10for top Matrics; Songs of India; Protecting agricultural land. 4. New era for ML Sultan Technikon; "Technical stream more viable". 5. Psychiatric Sports Day; SABC TV Producer. 6. Housing for Verulam; New Principal. 7. Population Explosion; SAP Passing Out Parade. 1. Uthongathi, Multi racial school, Tongaat. 2. Glenhaven Secondary, fund raising,Tasa. 3. Top Indian students, Matric
  4 1. Creative talents. 2. Focus on People; A step forward 3. Success with the help of the SBDC. 4. A cultural day at Thornville; Housing Urgency. 5. Graceful Grans; Charity Drive; The Founders' Badge. 6. Parent-Pupil Involvement; Historical Proclamation. 7. Inside Back Cover: Silver Jubilee; Crime Prevention. 8. Back Cover: From humble beginnings in the sugar cane fields, to playing a major role in the development of the country where he settled, the former citizens of India are an intrinsic part of the economic, social & cultural fabric of South Africa. 1. School art, Pietermaritzburg, Mount View Secondary. 2. Relegion. 3. Business, concrete, lentils. 4. Thornville, Social Society, Cultures. 5. ABH. 6. Schools, Parents, Projects
       
Mar/Apr 1988 1 1. Cover: The new Assembly Hall of Parliament in which joint sittings are conducted. 2. Assertiveness, Aggression & Non-Assertiveness. 3. New Reform Policies for South Africa. 4. African Culture. 2. Dr Devi Rajab, Psychologist, Technikon Natal, Educational Workshop. 3. New policies for South Africa
  2 1. Housing developments in the Transvaal. 2. Electricity: A Question of Power. 1. Housing, Transvaal, Lenasia South Extension. 2. Power Saving Technics, Electricity, Eskom
  3 1. Northdale Technical College Opens its Doors. 2. A Home Economist at Work. 3. A multi-racial sports gala. 4. … a new dimension in the provision of education facilities. 5. Questions you would like to ask your dentist. 1. Northdale Technical College, Pietermaritzburg, Education. 2. Cooking and Catering, Asha Maharaj, M.L Sultan Technikon, Hotel Board. 3. Multi-racial Sport Gala. 4. Arena Park Secondary School, Classical Dancing, Arthi Balraj. 5. Dentist, X-Rays, Dentures, Endodontic treatment, Root Canal.
  4 1. "New Hope" for special children; Art Award. 2. More Agricultural land for Market Gardeners; The Collision Concept. 3. The Portuguese Community. 4. Student Advisory Services. 5. Computers in Education. 1. A Moola Spes Nova School, Ceerebal Palsy. 2. Mr S.V Naicker, Shallcross, Mondi, National Road Safetry Council. 3. Portuguese Explorer, BArtolomeu Dias, Cape Town, Settlers, Inacio Ferreria, Dutch East India Company, Portugal. 4. University Of Durban-Westville, Student Advisory Service. 5. Secondary Schools, Mr A K Singh, Teachers Centres.
  5 1. Ramnaumee: An Auspicious Occasion. 2. Focus on People; The Holy Month of Ramadaan. 3. Traditional Home Remedies; CIES. 4. … a step in the evolutionary process. 5. Inside Back Cover: India - playing a pilot role/Cato Manor - stages in development. 6. Back Cover: Preamble to the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa. 1. GroenBerg Indian Education, Ram Naumee, Sri D S Singh, Relegion. 3. Home Made Remedies, Common Ailments, Culture. 4. Healt Services.
       

May/Jun 1988

1 1.Cover: Arti Balraj performing a classical dance at the Hindu Youth Festival. 2. An Historic Occasion. 3. Crossing the Cultural Frontiers - Cultural Exchange. 4. Local Govt Elections. 2. Historic photograph. 3. Culture, Indians. 4. Local Government Elections.
  2 1. R50 million shopping centre - a boost for Chatsworth. 2. Manpower offices in Phoenix & Chatsworth. 3. Traditional Home Remedies; PSU Representations. 4. Health Services & Welfare Announcements. 5. A Place of Safety. 6. Quantity Surveyors - their role as professional consultants. 1. Chatsworth Centre. 2. Manpower Offices. 3. Traditional Home Remedies. 4. New Health Services Building, Umzinto. 5. Social Welfare, Greeenfield's, Dalton.
  3 1. New Status for Colleges of Education; A Record for UDW. 2. A look into the Administrative & Political tasks of Govt at all levels - how the Public Administrator Functions. 3. Executive Authority & Executive Institutions for Own & General Affairs. 4. Teenage Pregnancy: A fact of Life? 5. Focus On … 6. 50th Anniversary Celebrations. 7. A Chef at work. 8. Does your smile make you frown? 9. To Protect And To Serve. 1. Springfield college of education, University of Durban Westville, UDW. 4. Education on Teenage pregnancy. 6. Golden Jubilee, Jhugroo Primary School. 7. Master Chef, Veerasamy Chinsamy, Lecturer, M L Sultan. 9. South African Police.
  4 1. A Question of Status; Krishna Janmasthami. 2. The Music Man. 3. The Phoenix Police station: A New Beginning. 4. National Hindu Development Trust. 5. News in Brief. 6. Inside Back Cover: News in Brief Continued. 7. Back Cover: Hindu Youth Festival. 1. Chiropratic, Annual Congress, Medicine and Medical terms, Relegion, Hindu temples, Krishna. 2. Dr Dennis Morris, Music, Song writing , South African Local Music. 3. Phoenix Police Station, Natal Sugar Cane Estates. 4. National Hindu Development Trust.
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Aug/Sept 1988

1 1. Cover: Mr AK Singh helps Surendra Ramanan, a Pupil of West Park School, on the slide during his visit to the school. 2. Faith in the Future. 3. "Do good, Be good, See good". 2. Arbor Day, Windsor Secondary, Ladysmith.
  2 1. Dancers Debut. 2. Choose Life. 3. Arbor Day. 4. "Plan with the People". 5. Scholarship Student. 1. Bharatha Natyam Dancing, Mrs Vasugi Singh. 2. Suicide, Drug Overdoses, Parasuidice, Dr A E Gangat. 3. Environmental Education, Trees, Silverglen Nature Reserve, Mr Pachai, Medicinal Garden. 4. Housing Projects, Pinetown.
  3 1. Man is a Victim. 2. It is the Ability that counts. 3. Regional Services Councils: Joint Responsibility at Local Govt Level. 1. Pollution, Nature Resources, Conference, Waste Management. 2. Education Programme, Psychiatric Patients, Damorosa Secondary School, Hairdressing, Woodwork, Pietermaritzburg Royal Agricultural Show. 3. Local Government.
  4 1. Avoca Hills Housing Development. 2. Folk Dances of the World. 3. Are you a good parent? 4. Drum Majorette Victory; UDW's new Chancellor. 1. Avoca Hills, Housing Development. 2. Folk Dances, Durban City Hall, Cultural Groups. 3. Parenting, New Concise Dictionary. 4. Isipingo Hills Primary School, Drum Majorette Competition, Sterngrove Primary School, UDW, Mr J M Didcott, Chancellor.
  5 1. Tuck In! 2. A Cultural Affair. 3. Tomorrow's Leaders. 4. The Right Side of the Law. 5. Alcohol the Destroyer; Speech Contest. 6. Open Day. 7. Back Cover: A Montage of Special Schools.
1. School Tuck Shops, Nutritional foods. 2. Durban and Districts Regional Cultural Council. 3. Environmental Education, Ferndale Primary School. 4. Street Law Programme, Newhaven Seconday School, Mock Trail. 5. Workshop on Alcohol, Norhdale Civic Centre, Speech Contest. 6. Education Open Day
       
Oct/Nov/Dec 1988 1 1. Cover: The sun sets on an event-filled 1988. It also heralds the beginning of a new year … 2. "Sri Sathya Sai Darshan" Exhibition. 3. School Hostel - Exciting Era. 4. Parent Guidance Centre; Promotion. 5. Bonella: Allocation of Houses. 2. Sry Sathya Sai Darshan, Culture, Exhibition. 3. School Hostel, Transvaal. 4. School, Hearing impaired, Prent Guidance Clinical. 5. Allocation of Houses, Bonella, Cat Manor.
  2 1. Social Welfare Committee. 2. Employment Opportunities. 3. Pineridge Official Opening. 4. Farmers' Market. 5. Breast is Best. 6. "Educational Reform … ; Kharwastan. 7. 1988 Science Fair; Bravery Award for Hero. 8. Educational Tour; Founders' Day. 9. Protect our Children. 1. Social Welfare Committee. 2. Schools, Education, Richards Bay. 3. Pineridge School. 4. Natal Farmers, Market. 5. Health Centre, Health Professionals, Breast Feeding. 7. Science fair 1988. 9. Child sexual abuse.
  3 1. Chatsworth Sports Stadium; Awards Presentation. 2. Fact Finding Mission; Promotions. 3. Silver Medallist & Dux; Speech & Drama Awards. 4. New Head of Psychology at UDW; Elocution Contest. 5. Library Competition. 6. A Need for Sex Education. 7. Challenges for College Council. 8. Young Historian; New Library. 1. Chatsworth Sports Stadium, Health Services, Awards Day. 2. Agriculture, Dutch. 3. Mathematics Olympiad, Sastri Technical College, Speech and Drama Awards. 4. Director, Psychology, UDW, Elocution Contest. 5. Library, Competition. 6. Sex Education. 7. Young Historian.
  4 1. Silver Jubilee Celebration. 2. River Day Celebrations. 3. Service to the Community. 4. A First for South Africa. 5. Inside Back Cover: Fashion Extravaganza! 6. Back Cover: Passing-Out Parade. 1. Glencoe Secondary School opening, Mr K Ramduth, School Development. 2. Umgeni River, Flood, Water Management, Durban. 3. Health Services and Welfare, Lower North Coast. 4. Scuba Diving instructor, Sergeant Kista Nair
       
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Jan/Feb/Mar 1989

 

1 1. Cover: 2nd Lt Vikram Singh, South Africa's first Indian Commando Officer. 2. Top matriculants. 3. CROW. 4. Trail for the Handicapped. 5. Spiritual revolution. 2. 1988 Top Mariculants. 3. Wildlife, Yellowwood Park. 4. Stainbank Nature Reserve Handicap Trial. 5. Relegion.
  2 1. NRSC: Road Safety debates. 2. Assets affect Pensions. 3. Coming of Age. 4. Driver of the Year; Farewell. 5. Visiting German advisor; Promotion. 6. Diploma ceremony; Child Protection Unit. 7. Leadership. 8. Cream of the Crop; 32nd Anniversary.

1. Road Safety Debates, Primary School, Secondary School. 3. Marklands Secondary School. 4. Ramesh's Driving School, Driver of the Year, South African Police Force, Major Bob Sankar, Retirement. 5. German Advisor, Dr Hennng van Schroeter, Education. 6. Graduation, Transvaal College of Education, Child Protection Unit, Child Abuse, Chatsworth. 7. Pemary Ridge Primary School, Reservior Hills.

 

  3 1. Easter Fiesta. 2. First Commando Officer. 3. Sport is Important; Flying High; Promotion. 4. Food labelling. 5. A Proud Moment. 6. The Ministers' Council; Conservation of Natural Assets. 7. A framework for a local strategy for the promotion of relations. 1. Durban, Easter Fiesta, Culture, Dance. 2. Vikram Singh, South African Military History, Commando Officer. 3. Mt View Secondary School, Swimming Pool, Drowning, Indian Pilot, SAA. 4. Food labelling. 5. Radio Lotus, Fakir Hassen.
  4 1. Committee advises on hardships facing the Aged. 2. Back Cover: A trip down memory lane.  
       
Apr/May/Jun 1989 1 1. Cover: Section of a wall mural at the Documentation Centre, UDW. 2. A New Direction. 3. The Indian South Africans. 2. Technical Education, Schools, Phoenix Technical School, Witteklip Secondary School, Merebank Secondary School. 3. Book Launch, Indian South African, M L Sultan,
  2 1. Privatisation with Circumspection. 2. Identity Document. 3. Financial Assistance. 4. Disability Pension; An award for Northmead Secondary. 5. The Age Old Destiny. 6. International Symposium on Dental Hygiene; Association for Suicide Prevention in Brussels. 1. Privatisation, Specific Public Services. 2. Identification Act 1986, Uniformity. 3. Agriculture, Financial Assistance, Indian Sugarcane and Vegetable Farmers. 5. Natal Regional Welfare Board, Retirement, Family Responsibilities. 6. Dental hygiene, Northdale Hospital, Suicide.
  3 1. Depoliticise Culture. 2. Hooray! It's a Holi-Holi Day. 3. Moving into the Future. 4. Durban's New Landmark. 5. Abolish Racial Structuring. 6. Diplomates. 1. National Hindu Development Trust. 2. Holiday programme, School Children. 3. Northdale Technical College. 4. Unisa, Durban, Building. 6. M L Sultan Technikon, Diploma Ceremony.
  4 1. Build South Africa Foundation (BSAF): Multicultural Youth Programme. 2. Art Exhibition. 3. Farewell. 4. Inside Back Cover: Don't Kill the World. 5. Back Cover: After-hours Post Mortems. 1. Multi-cultural Youth Programme, Democratic Behavior. 2. Art Education.
       

 

     

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1989

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1.Cover: An exquisite performance of Classical Indian Dance, Bharata Natyam by Shrimati Varaluxmi Govender. 2. The "Fresh Management". 3. A day to remember. 4. Prevention is better than cure. 5. Open-air entertainment. 6. SOS call from farmers; Invest in the future. 7. The seed for a greener South Africa.

3. Sports Day. 4. Dentistry. 5. Indian music concerts. Cato Ridge, Farmers, Computer Studies.
  2. 1. Calm after the Storm. 2. Nurture the gift of God. 3. A Cultural Revolution. 4. Plan for the People. 5. A Major breakthrough. 1. Flood, Chatsworth, Verulam, September 1987. 2. Childhood Educare. 3. Indian Culture, Dance. 5. Housing.
  3. 1. Karnatic music festival. 2. Long service award; Sales campaign. 3. Reality not Mythology. 4. Parenting. 5. Passing-out parade. 6. Psychiatric Services. 7. Don't despair, help is here. 8. Inside Back Cover: A technical direction. 9. Back Cover: National Arbor Day.
1. Karnatic Music Festival. 2. Local Government, Long Service Award, Mr Victor George Hunt. 3. Hindu Relegion. 4. Parenting. 5. South African Police Force Achievements. 6. Indian Community, Family System, Hazelmere House, Pychiatric patients.
       

Aug 1989

1. 1. Cover: A sketch of the dialogue between Krishna and Arjuna enacted at the 35th Annual Children's Rally, Avoca headquarters of the Ramakrishna Centre of South Africa . 2. A professional approach. 3. Freeze on rent increases. 4. District surgeons. 5. A relief from aches and pains. 2. Social Workers, Social Problems. 3. Department of Housing, Richards Bay. 5. Physiotherapy Services.
  2. 1. The "Fresh Management". 2. Sudama and Krishna. 3. Society cares for them. 4. Idle minds a devil's workshop. 2. Hindu Stories. 3. S Dass School for the Disabled. 4. Occupational Therapy Services.
  3. 1. Annual children's rally. 2. At your service. 3. A successful venture. 1. Rama Krishna Centre of South Africa. 2. Phoenix Community Health Centre. 3.
  4. 1. New Chancellor; IBC South Indian music workshop. 2. Back Cover: Stone Mnikathi, Honeydew Dairies nduna, proudly shows off one of the prized cows.  
       

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1989

1. 1. Cover: One of the art forms introduced in South Africa by the 1860 Settlers was Thiru Koothu. A Peacock Dance is performed by 65 year old Morgan Archary in Durban on 13 August 1989. 2. If music be the food of love, play on. 3. The UNTAG Connection. 4. Reaching for the stars. 4. A stepping-stone. 5. New vision in agriculture. 2. University of Durban Westville, Music Department. 3.
  2. 1. Til death do us part. 2. Family Care Genetic Services. 3. Attitudes to ageing. 4. A winner. 5. Airport rescue; An Oriental experience. 6. Diploma graduation. 1. National Family Programme. 3. Aging. 4. Maths Talk Contest. 5. Farming Land, Culture. 6. Graduation, Dharma Praveen, Veda Niketan.
  3. 1. Reaching out. 2. CTC Awards. 3. Folk dancing; Video production techniques; New office in Umzinto. 1. Chatsworth Teachers Centre.
  4. 1. The "fresh management". 2. Early detection - timeous correction. 3. Inside Back Cover: Fish Farming. 4. Back Cover: Thiru Koothu literally means theatre on the street. The play enacted came from the Ramayan. Mr Soobrie Govender plays the part of Hanuman. 2. School Health Services.
       

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1989

1. 1. Cover: An entrant in Protea Secondary School's modelling competition. 2. Christmas & New Year Message; Thoughts on Christmas. 3.The Pro-active Approach; Exchanging Knowledge & Expertise. 4. Child Emergency Service. 2. Christmas and News Messages. 5. Socail Worker Service, Child Abuse,
  2. 1. Farewell; A First Time Honour; Asset Limitation Increased. 2. Early Childhood Education; Science Fair. 3. Foster Care; Speech contest. 4. New Ministers' Council; Gymnaestrada; Our Children's Day. 5. Folk Dancing Competition. 6. Futura; Graceful Gran and Grandad. 7. Plan with the People; Teachers' Centres. 8. Drum Majorette; the Voice of the Child. 9. 25th Anniversary. 10. A Labour of Love.
1. Retirement of Mr Kandasamy Naidu, University of Pretoria, H S Ebrahim Seminar Hall, Pension increase. 2. Science programme, Kindergarden, Elementary School, Annual Transvaal Science Fair. 3. Foster Care Services to Indian Community. 4. New Ministers, Railfreight Centanary Gymnaestrada. 5. Folk Dancing. 7. Teachers centres
  3. 1. Truth and Charity. 2. Friends of South Africa. 3. The Supreme Sacrifice. 4. Towards Excellence; Talent Search Contest. 5. Enthusiasm and Inspiration. 6. School Library Competition. 7. Centenary Celebration. 8. Ministerial Advisory Committee; International Art Exhibition. 9. Parental Involvement.
1. Saint Francis Primary School, South Coast Park Rynie. 2. South African Work Study Group.
  4. 1. An End to Frustration. 2. Deepavali. 3. Trends and Developments. 4. Diversification in Agriculture. 5. Heritage 100; an Important Growth Point. 6. Inside Back Cover: Assistance; Health Centre; Dams Constructed; Developing Skills; Induction Ceremony. 7. Back Cover: National Marine Day: Oceans of Food, 1/12/89. 1. Shakaskraal Secondary School. 2. Deepavali Celebration. 3. Islamic School. 4. Farming, Agriculture. 6. housing, Northdene, Queensburgh, Dams.
       
Nov 1990 1. 1. Cover: Festival of Chariots (page 6), photograph courtesy: Gonsul Pillay, Durban Publicity Association. 2. A Royal Treat; Passing-out Parade. 3. Education for the Gifted. 4. Child Molestation on the Increase. 5. AIDS: The More You Know, The Safer You'll Be.
2. The Royal Cruiser, boat cruise, South African Police Training College, Passing out Parade. 3. Education. 4. Child Molestation. 5. Education on AIDS.
  2. 1. Festival of Chariots; A Matter of Pride; Graduation. 2. A Helping Hand; Dedicated to Culture. 3. Wind Surfing. 4. Induction Course. 5. The Right Way; Youth Movement Launched; Making their Mark. 6. Health Indaba. 7. Problem Solving. 8. Herb Gives Hope; Driver of the Year. 1. Festival of Chariots, Durban, Springfield College of Education, Transvaal College of Education, Graduation. 2. Illovo Helping Hand Society, Indian Classical Dance. 3. Hazelmere Dam, Wind Surfing. 6. Social problems.
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1. An Act of Courage. 2. My Views on Education for the Future. 3. A Rice Occasion. 4. Culture Blossoms. 5. Fathoms; Outstanding Awards; Retirement. 6. First Class Pass; Tech's Top 5. 7. A Change in Course; "Do you know …?"

 
  4. 1. Jubilee Celebration. 2. Long Service Awards. 3. Risk Factors for CHD; Summer Holiday; Star; Puk-Beraad. 4. A Change for the Better; New Hope. 5. Ozone Monitoring Project; New Rector; A National Treasure. 6. Play Centre; How the Public Contributes. 7. Inside Back Cover: A Launching Pad. 8. Back Cover: Anti-Drug Poster.  
       

Dec 1990

1. 1. Cover: Nicole Hendricks, a Class 1 Pupil at St Anthony's Primary School experiences the joy of Reading. 2. Literacy: Not a Privilege, But a Human Right. 3. The Council for the Consumer. 4. Profile on … Sunanda Nair. 5. A Parent Support Group. 6. Nurses' Graduation; Special Housing Needs; Right to Appeal. 7. The Role of Public Servants in the "New South Africa". 2. Literacy Year, United Nations. 3.
  2. 1. Earth Day; "Concert Night". 2. Legal Column; Instructor's Course. 3. The Victoria Street Market. 4. TADA Indaba; Awards Ceremony; Health & Welfare Committee; Good News; New Representatives. 5. Diamond Jubilee Celebration. 6. Regional Hall; A Matter of Trust; A Boost in the Arm. 7. Easter Fiesta. 8. "A Festival of the Performing Arts". 9. The Rights of the Consumer. 10. Stay Busy - Stay Alive; Crack-down on Offenders.  
  3. 1. Record Graduation. 2. Human Rights for Children with Disabilities. 3. Year of the Reader; Historic Ulundi Meeting. 4. Big Plans for 1990. 5. Lunch-time Concerts. 6. Education versus Enforcement; French Delegation.  
  4. 1. Appointments; Recognition. 2. Environmental Health; Revival Programme; Negotiating for the Future. 3. Fair Play; Chinese Delegation visits South Africa; Financial Assistance; Vocational Education. 4. Our Health is in Your Hands; Cultural Study Bursary. 5. Dream Home; Launch of Hindu Almanac; Continued Support. 6. Inside Back Cover: Presentations; Promotions; Scaling the Ladders; Addressing Problems; Retirements. 7. Back Cover: World Environment Day Poster: Bad Air is Breath Taking.  
       
1990 1. 1. Cover: Truro House - the Administration: House of Delegates new Head Office Building. 2. Arbor Day. 3. President FW de Klerk's Journey to Europe. 4. Child Abuse. 5. Employment at Toll Plaza; On the Move.  
  2. 1. Do-it-yourself. 2. Do you want a healthy baby?; Physical Disability: A daunting prospect. 3.26th National Youth Science Olympiad; Cato Manor. 4. UNISA Graduation; Facts About … Artificial Sweetners. 5. A Golden Opportunity. 6. One Road Traffic Act for All. 7. Face to Face.  
  3. 1. A Model for South Africa. 2. New Rector; Prof Greyling Retires; Human Rights for Children with Disabilities; Chatsworth Fair. 3. How to Complain; The Nurse's Role. 4. Local Government Quo Vadis?. 5. Ballet and Modern Dance Performance. 6. Longest Serving Superintendent; Book Week; Environmentally Conscious.  
  4. 1. Truro House; Visit to Medical Research Council; Transvaal Visit; Senior Certificate Examination: 1990. 2. meeting the Challenge. 3. Tour of Institution; If Everyone …. 4. Centenary. 5. Visiting Danish Parliamentarians; Presentations; Relaxation of Admission Age. 6. Farewell to AK Singh; A New Start. 7. Inside Back Cover: Exciting Times; Down Memory Lane; Cutbacks; Appointment to Council. 8. Back Cover: On the Ramp.
 
       
       
       
       
       
       
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