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    • Native Laws Amendment Bill No. 26 of 1944.

    • Native Laws Amendment Bill; Natives (Urban Areas) Act; Native Administration Act; Native Service Contract Act; Private Locations Act; Natives Taxation and Development Act; Minister of Native Affairs; Union of South Africa
    • Bill to amend the Natives (Urban Areas) Act, 1923, the Natives Taxation and Development Act, 1925, the Native Administration Act, 1925 and 1927, the Native Service Contract Act, 1932, and the Private Locations Act, 1909.
    • Letter from Z. K. Matthews to G. C. Grant.

    • Poor matric results; Natal schools; Lovedale; Healdtown; Joint Matriculation Board; Principalships; Private schools; Inequality; Salary scales
    • Letter from Z. K. Matthews to G. C. Grant, dated 11 February 1956. The poor matric results and the quality and devotion of teaching staff are discussed.
    • Letter from Z. K. Matthews to L. Hooper.

    • Resignation from Fort Hare; Visiting Professorship; Brandeis University; Union Theological Seainary; New School of Social Research; Private legal practice; Treason Trial; Prof Murray; Communism; Defence Fund
    • Prof. Matthews writes to Ms.Louisa Hooper informing he of conditions at Fort Hare, the Treason Trail and the possibilities of a new position in the United States. Dated 30 November 1959.
    • The civilised labour policy of the African worker.

    • Civilised labour policy; African workers; Uncivilised labour; Department of Labour; Private industry; Regulation of wages; Manufacturing industry; African employment; Remedies for the evils of migratory labour; Reserves
    • Lecture notes by Prof. Z. K. Matthews about the civilised labour policy and the effects thereof on the African worker.
    • Letter from Prof. Z. K. Matthews to P. A. Moore.

    • King Williams Town; Detention; Emergency Regulations; ANC; Private legal practice in Alice; Law and order; Native Laws Inquiry Commission; Urban Native Law
    • Prof. Matthews writes confidentially to P. A. Moore from his detention cell in King Williams Town. Prof. Matthews was taken into custody under the Emergency Regulations because of his association with the ANC. Dated 7 April 1960.

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