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Lesotho Government notification to Phyllis Naidoo

LESOTHO GOVERNMENT - DEPARTMENT OF INCOME TAX

Letter to Mrs Khuzwayo from Phyllis Naidoo

Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to Mrs Khuzwayo

Letters from Kathy Royer to Phyllis Naidoo

Letters from Kathy to Phyllis Naidoo

Letters from John to Phyllis Naidoo

Letters from John to Phyllis Naidoo

Letter from Jillain to Phyllis Naidoo

Letter from Jillian to Phyllis Naidoo

Indian Indenture Legislation (1849-1950)

SEGREGATION AND APARTHEID LAWS AS APPLIED TO INDIANS
(1859-1994)

A I Kajee His Work for the SA Indian Community

I first met Abdulla Kajee on the quay at Durban in July, 1929, when I stepped off a British India steamer at the end of a long journey. Fresh from the rural life of northern India, South African Indians and their complex
problems seemed to me strange and a little alarming.

The Freedom Charter, 1955

The Freedom Charter is a unique document in that for the first time ever, the people were actively involved in formulating their own vision of an alternative society. The existing order of State oppression and

A contextualization and examination of the impi yamakhanda (1906 uprising) as reported by J. L. Dube in Ilanga Lase Natal, with special focus on Dube’s attitude to Dinuzulu as indicated in his reportage on the treason trial of Dinuzulu

The thesis explores not only the history but also the competing histories of 1906. It is however no claim to represent the entire history - undoubtedly a period of great complexity, and a time of tragedy for the African people that culminated in their

Gender Under Fire - interrogating War in South Africa, 1939-1945

Warfare in the twentieth century – with few exceptions as the century closed – provided a theatre for the consolidation of gender roles. The gender roles of "soldiers" and "mothers" in particular were remarkably uncontested during war years.

Letter from Jay to Phyllis Naidoo

Letter from Jay to Phyllis Naidoo

Letters from Jane to Phyllis Naidoo

Letters from Jane to Phyllis Naidoo

Letter to Mr Huna from Phyllis Naidoo

Letter to Mr Huna from Phyllis Naidoo

Letter from Glenn Moss to Phyllis Naidoo

Letter from Glenn Moss to Phyllis Naidoo

Letter from Girlie to Phyllis Naidoo

Letter from Girlie to Phyllis Naidoo

Letter from A G Narayadu to Phyllis Naidoo

Letter from A G Narayadu to Phyllis Naidoo

Letter from J & R Frisbie to Phyllis Naidoo

Letter from J & R Frisbie to Phyllis Naidoo

Witchcraft or Madness? The Amandiki of Zululand, 1894-19141

In late May 1999 Anglican Archdeacon, Ebenezer Ntlali, performed an exorcism to drive out evil
spirits from a hundred or so schoolgirls at St John's College, a church school with over a
thousand students in Umtata, of former Transkei region of South Africa. According to

The Voice of History? Archives, Ethics and Historians [Lunacy]

These documents and letters - which I have placed in chronological order, and taken excerpts from, but have not otherwise edited or changed in any way - can be found at the Pietermaritzburg Archives Repository.2 They comprise, in the main, correspondence between various officials from the offices

The Mad in their Midst: Accommodating Insanity in Natal, 1868-1920

In December 1916, James Mkize, a kholwa (Christian) peasant farmer and preacher submitted a deposition to the Resident Magistrate of Umzimkulu, southern Natal, South Africa, detailing at some length the reasons why he believed that his brother, Bennie, was insane and should be legally detained in

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