§ Mr. Brockway
asked the Under-Secretary of State for Commonwealth Relations how many vehicles are operated in Basutoland by the South African Road Motor Services, by residents in the Union of South Africa and by residents in the Protectorate, respectively; and how many of these residents in the Protectorate 184W are Africans, Indians, and Europeans, respectively.
§ Mr. Alport
Of the licensed public transport vehicles in Basutoland, 16 are operated by the South African Road Motor Services, 16 by residents of the Union of South Africa and 147 by residents of Basutoland. Of these 147 residents of Basutoland, 110 are Africans, 25 are Asians or Coloureds and 12 are Europeans.