Farm workers (using pseudonyms) recounting their experiences of life after farm evictions or forced removals.
|Six testimonios: bearing testimony - the stories of six ordinary lives||1984-00-00||
Personal life stories of six residents of Grahamstown's black townships: Nomelikhaya Lukwi, Nontebeko Tom, Gertrude Sukele, Ndoda Siwa, Johnson Mountain, Rachel.
|Statement by Fashion Somtsora and six others on the building of Donald Knott's house||1990-02-00||
Statement by Fashion Somtsora about evictions from Wolseley Estate
|Statement by Moltino Mtantalala on his employment and subsequent resignation at Lyndhurst Farm||1990-02-00||
Statement by Moltino Mtantalala about circumstances surrounding his resignation and eviction from Lyndhurst Farm
|Statement by Zamngqondo Gingana evicted from the farm Bell Rock||1990-00-00||
Statement by Zamngqondo Gingana, a farm worker, describing circumstances surrounding his dismissal and eviction from Bell Rock farm.
|Statement of Tutu Jim Nqata about his eviction from Lindhurst Farm||1990-02-00||
Statement by Tutu Jim Nqata describing circumstances surrounding his dismissal and eviction from Lindhurst farm
|Testimony before the house foreign affairs subcommittees on African Affairs and International Economic Policy and Trade||1985-04-17||
Testimony made by Chester A. Crocker before the house foreign affairs subcommittees on African Affairs and international economic policy and trade.