3 edition of Native administration in the Union of South Africa found in the catalog.
Native administration in the Union of South Africa
Originally published in 1933 as special number of Bantu studies, suppl. no. 6.
|Statement||With a pref. by the Secretary for Native Affairs (J. F. Herbst)|
|LC Classifications||DT763 .R56 1970|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 372 p.|
|Number of Pages||372|
|LC Control Number||70109360|
to that native a reference book. (4) If a native who appears before an officer in pursuance Of a notice under sub-section (l) of section two, proves to the satisfaction of such officer that he is a chief Or headman appointed or recognized under the Native Administration Act, (Act No. 38 of ), or a teacher in possession of a. Book: Boerestaat, by Robert van Tonder First English Edition  Contents. Chapter 1 The colonization of Southern Africa. As far as colonised countries go, South Africa's history is unique.
The new Union of South Africa is not alone in having several clearly defined racial groups (19th-century Latin America has even more), but it is unusual in its obsession with categorizing and segregating them. On independence, in , there are about million white citizens of South Africa. Education - Education - South Africa: From the time of the first white settlements in South Africa, the Protestant emphasis on home Bible reading ensured that basic literacy would be achieved in the family. Throughout the development from itinerant teachers to schools and school systems, the family foundation of Christian education remained, though it was gradually extended to embrace an.
Jul 11, · A devastating small pox outbreak in the late 17th century further decimated the Khoikhoi ("Hottentot") native population. Also significant for South Africa’s subsequent history is the fact that. Celebrate the heritage and contributions of Native Americans with these Federal Government published books, CD ROMs, DVDs, ebooks and other publications by and for American Indians, including Indian code talkers, health, traditions and history.
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According to the Native Administration Act, (Act No. 38 of ; subsequently renamed the Bantu Administration Act, and the Black Administration Act, ), the Governor-General of South Africa could "banish a 'native' or 'tribe' from one area to another whenever he deemed this 'expedient or in the general public interest'.Enacted by: Parliament of South Africa.
Get this from a library. Native administration in the Union of South Africa. [Howard Rogers]. The Natives Land Act of was the first major piece of segregation legislation passed by the Union Parliament. It was replaced in The act decreed that whites were not allowed to buy land from natives and vice versa.
That stopped white farmers from buying more native land. Exceptions had to be approved by the consumersnewhomeconstruction.comd by: Parliament of South Africa. Get this from a library. Native administration in the Union of South Africa; being a brief survey of the organisation, functions, and activities of the Department of Native Affairs of.
Natives Abolition of Passes & Coordination of Doc's Act No Christopher ( ) refers to this as the ABOLITION OF PASSES ACT of Native Administration Act No Dugard ( ) as well as Dyzenhaus ( 37) refer to this as the BANTU ADMINISTRATION ACT ofbut, as far as I know, the word "Bantu" was not made official until the s.
Following the Union of South Africa’s passage of a law in prohibiting Asian and other non-white immigrants and its elimination of the indenture system intemporary African contract laborers from neighboring countries became the dominant source of labor in the burgeoning mining industries.
From inside the book. Report South Africa. Dept. of Native Affairs kraal manure Kuruman land large number locations Mafeking Magistrate maize ment Middledrift mines morgen Natal and Zululand Native Administration Act Native Appeal Court Native areas Native Labour Native law Native population Native Trust non-Native Nongoma number of.
(Plaatjie, S.T. Native Life in South Africa, London: PS King, p) With the formation of the Union of South Africa inthe South Africa Party came to power.
The key challenge for the new government was to define a single land and labour dispensation for South Africa. Apartheid (South African English: / ə ˈ p ɑːr t eɪ d /; Afrikaans: [aˈpartɦɛit], segregation; lit. "aparthood") was a system of institutionalised racial segregation that existed in South Africa and South West Africa (now Namibia) from until the early s.
Apartheid was characterised by an authoritarian political culture based on baasskap (or white supremacy), which ensured that. These laws and the formation of the Union were important factors leading to the formation of the South African Native National Congress on 8 January,in Bloemfontein, renamed the African National Congress in Land dispossession lies at the heart of South Africa’s history and heritage of inequity.
Native Administration in the Union of South Africa in the Africana category for sale in Cape Town (ID). In spite of the implications of the title of the book, it is not an anthropological study in the content of the law of the native tribes of Africa.
What is offered is an analysis of the problems that beset the courts and administration of the Union of South AfricaAuthor: E. Adamson Hoebel. This schematic outline of the NAD is drawn from a variety of sources.
For more detail, see Rogers, Native Administration in the Union of South Africa (Johannesburg, ), pp. 4–16, pp. –; Brookes, History, chap. VII; Official Year Book of the Union of South Africa (annual).
Google ScholarCited by: 1. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. Native Education in the Union of South Africa: A Summary of the Report of the Commission on Native Education in South Africa-U.G. Donaldson blueprint series: Authors: Kenneth Brown Hartshorne, South Africa.
Commission on Native Education. Jun 01, · Union of South Africa, Report of the Interdepartmental Committee on the Native Pass Laws, (Government Printers, Cape Town) UG.
41–22 Google Scholar Union of South Africa, Report of the Native Affairs Commission for the Year (Government Printers, Cited by: whereby marriage officers are being trained according to a South African book on marriage.
Although the information in the book is correct, the marriage officers are not being instructed to follow the correct procedure. The declaration which is supposed to be signed according to section 17(6) of the Native Administration Proclamation to obtain a.
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Here you'll find current best sellers in books, new releases in books, deals in books, Kindle eBooks, Audible audiobooks, and so much more. The Native Administration Act ofas amended indraws a clear distinction between a marriage and a customary union entered into by Natives.A marriageis defined as meaning the union of one man with one woman according to law, but does not include any union contracted under Native law.
Native Affairs Act No 23 "This established a native affairs commission; provided for a system of local councils in the reserves; and authorized the administration to convene conferences of chiefs, councillors and 'prominent Natives' with a view 'to the ascertainment of the.
The role of the Native Advisory Council in the Bechuanaland Protectorate, the Union of South Africa. Despite callsfor constitutional development, it was not until The discussion that follows will attempt to uncover the role of the Native Advisory Council in the Administration of the Protectorate between and When the Union of the South African Colonies became an accomplished fact, a dread was expressed by ex-Republicans that the liberal native policy of the Cape would supersede the repressive policy of the old Republics, and they lost no time in taking definite steps to force down the throats of the Union Legislature, as it were, laws which the.Title: Ethnological publications, Volumes Ethnological Publications, South Africa.
Dept. of Co-operation and Development: Authors: South Africa. Dept. of Native Affairs, South Africa. Dept. of Bantu Administration and Development, South Africa. Dept. of Co-operation and Development.