Oukloof is taking shape and growing at a steady pace.
A hand-written letter sent to provincial government from the Village Management Board requests permission to put in place a curfew for coloured people in the town, but the request is denied.
“It is against the law to have a curfew, only natives (Africans) must adhere to such a rule.”
This curfew would start to be enforced on coloured people in the town by 1948.
Cape Town City Archive Repository:
1933 Location Regulations: PAS 2/1033 L59H/A/4