|Civil Rights News Letter, Vol. XXII No.4 Issued 12 May 1975|
|Civil Rights News Letter, August 1961|
|Letter from Bodil to Phyllis Naidoo||
Please accept a very belated letter. After having spent a summer lazing in the sun, I now ruefully return to my duties. It's the fault of my upbringing.
|Letter from Sarah to Phyllis Naidoo||
Thank you for your letter of 7th October - the post does seem to be quick these days. It was good to hear from you, sounding more like the Phyllis I used to know in Lesotho - house full of guests, looking after other people, mind still turning round the legacy of apartheid!
|Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to Jeanne||
A.K.M. Docrat - Abdul Khalick Mohamed Docrat Debbie Quin - I am sure you can quote them. I have just spoken to Debbie Quin. She says she is not allowed to make statements on behalf of the Commission. Only Commissioners, press officers do that.
|Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to Friends||
Two weeks ago I asked my British house guest about the Lake Districts and yesterday comes this giant post card of the very same thing. It is so beautiful thank you. As if that coincidence was not enough, I thoughts of you on Sunday and there was your post card the following day.
|Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to Jeanne Woods||
Just had your letter of the 9th April, 1997, for which many thanks. You have a knack of coming into my life after a period of ignoring me completely. I should ignore you, but here I am replying to you. Could that explain our amnesty.
|Letter from Jeanne Woods to Phyllis Naidoo||
I hope this letter finds you well and in good spirits. I apologize for having been out of touch, but my life has been filled with turmoil since I last saw you. I am fine, however.
|New Age Vol.5 No.43 Aug. 1959|
|"Toxic waste" of history|
|Victims want truth not revenge|
|"Amnesty" can mean "amnesia"|
|Amnesty means never having to say you`re sorry|