Thumbnail Titlesort ascending Description
Letter from Susan to Phyllis Naidoo and Suks

I just got a copy of the Lesotho Weekly telling about the decision not to allow John Osmers back in Lesotho.

Letter from Stella Jonckheere to Paton
Letter from R.J. Crisp to Paton
Letter from R.J. Crisp to B.J. Odendaal
Letter from G J van Zyl to Alan Paton
Letter from Frederick to Phyllis Naidoo

Although I’m very glad Rhonda was transferred to our office in Nairobi, I had one regret and that was that I would be losing my contact with you. Anyhow, I will always be grateful for the chance of meeting you, and I hope my travels will bring me again to Lesotho while you are still there.

Letter from Cheick Oumar Sissoko to Phyllis Naidoo

It was a great honor to have met you finally.

Letter from Celia to Phyllis Naidoo

Thank you for your letter and enclosures. I cried when i read it, the TRC stuff, but for you and your pain, your heart ache and your anger. I do keep you in my heart and pray for you. I am in a beautiful place, an old 150 years old house. With 37 people from about 20 different countries.

Lenin and Africa
Keeping hope alive
Guinea shows the way forward
Gold Coast independence
Globalisation and the African City: Touba, Abidjan and Durban

This paper is in essence the final chapter of a forthcoming book. It is preceded by a chapter more generally covering the post-colonial city in Africa. I take the view that the real historic break in urban development in Africa took place with the breakdown of modernist planning from the 1970s.

Eritrea: beacon of hope for all
English Studies in Africa, vol 14, No. 2, September 1971
Editorial: Egypt on the brink
Editorial notes: On guard for peace
Editorial notes: African unity moves closer: The summit
Editorial notes
East Africa: Energy and hope amid the decay


604 records found.