|Suggestion presentation list|
|Summary notes of a meeting between Minister Silvino da Luz, Foreign Minister of Cape Verde and Messrs D W Auret and J Marx of the Department of Foreign Affairs: Praia, Cape Verde, 24 February 1986||
Notes from a diplomatic meeting between the Foreign Minister of Cape Verde and representatives from the Department of Foreign Affairs. The release of Captain du Toit being held in Angola was among the issues discussed
|Summary notes of meeting between the Minister of Foreign Affairs and the Special Representative of the Secretary-General: Cape Town, Monday, 22 January 1979||
Notes of a meeting to discuss the dates for deployment of UNTAG in Namibia, the implementation of Resolution 435 and the issue of Namibian refugees
|Sundry odd notes|
|Telephone note from Derek's secretary to Phyllis Naidoo||
Derek's secretary phone says Derek lost my letter & he can't find it. With friends like this does one need enemies.
|Telephone note from Gonda to Phyllis Naidoo||
Please pass on the attached message to Phyllis.
|Tembani's personal "deed"||
Handwritten statement about Isaac Tembani's application to reclaim his land in Tsitsikamma from which he was forcibly removed.
|The current internal political situation: briefing notes||
African National Congress briefing notes on the South African political situation. Covers the political crisis within the ruling party, background to the present mass resistance, a brief review of current campaigns, and further proposals on a programme of mass action.
|The dispossession of the Fingo people of Humansdorp-Tsitsikamma||
Edited notes about the forced removal of the Mfengu people from the Tsitsikama/Humansdorp District to Keiskammahoek in the Ciskei in 1977.
|The Fingos have been described as the first Xhosa settlers in the Eastern Cape||
Annotated and edited notes on the history of the Fingo people in the Eastern Cape and their forced removal to Keiskammahoek
|The Indian Trader||
The Indian trader made his appearance shortly after the arrival ofthe Indentured Indian. This pattern is evident wherever the Indentured Indian set foot, be it Mauritius, Trinidad, British Guiana or any of the British colonies.
|The Long View|
|The New World Outlook|
|Thoughts after reading Alan Paton's magnificent Too Late the Phalarope|
|Unbanning of ANC: some strategic considerations||
Notes on strategy after the unbanning of the African National Congress.
|Union of South Africa: Expenditure on revenue and loan accounts 1939-40 to 1948-49|
|White farmers in Tsitsikamma area||
List of white farmers living in the Tsitsikamma area