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Historical Papers Research Archive, University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa
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Surface Right Permit No. A6 of 1925

Granting permission to Henry Melville Taberer, Howard Pim and Frederick Brainerd Bridgman as trustees of the Bantu Mens Social Centre to use a portion of the surface of the area of ground held at Claims No 163 situate on the farm Turffontein No 21 for the sole purpose of a recreation hall with fencing for natives.

Papers of Stephen Mukhesi Maimela Dzivhani

  • ZA HPRA A1075
  • Fonds
  • 1913 - 1975

The Papers deal with Dzivhani's love of music and his training in the Lutheran Mission as a teacher and lay preacher in Sibasa. He translated the Lutheran hymn book into Venda, adding his own compositions in words and music. He was also an agent for the Mealie Control Board. There is much music, history of both education and the church in Venda as well as local tribal histories, court proceedings and tribal matters, his relationship with the White government, also his personal letters to and from his daughter, Ulrica, and the education of her son abroad.

Dzivhani, Stephen Mukhesi Maimela

Application for a Rule Nisi by James Howard Pim

To be authorized to pay the balance of subscriptions received from the public for the purpose of providing compensation for natives who were killed and injured during the disturbances on the Witwatersrand in 1922 to the Bantu Mens Social Centre Rule Nisi issued and made final 1923 October 25.

Memorandum of agreement of lease between the Municipal Council of Johannesburg and the Bantu Mens Social Centre represented by the trustees Henry Melville Tabert, Howard Pim and Frederick Brainerd Bridgman

Enclosures include (a) Plan showing proposed position of Native Bantu Social Centre, Wemmer Compound Site (b) Plan of proposed site for the Bantu Mens Social Centre, situate on the farm Turffontein No 21 Mining District of Johannesburg 1924 May.

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