|Civil Rights News Letter, May 1957|
|Teachers of Greenwood Park Indian School in 1960||
Greenwood Park Government aided Indian School
|Two members of the Naidoo family at a reception in London given by the Indian High Commissioner||
Two members of the Naidoo family at a reception in London given by the Indian High Commissioner PC Alexander_L to R Ramani Dinat ES Reddy (author) PC Alexander Shanti Naidoo and Mrs A
|Letter from Norah and George to Phyllis Naidoo||
I am ashamed of the length of time that has passed since last I wrote to you, but time really pass these days. It is not that we do not think of you, for every morning I pray for you, the Mandela's and other who suffers under apartheid.
|Peter Mckenzie Brown|
|Letter from Dugeborg to Phyllis Naidoo||
I just learned of the most precious opportunity to pass on a message to you through Thabo Caspede who will be going to Lesotho on Thursday next week.
|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 Luke||
Thank you for your letter of the 27th October, reached me today. The 19th October is the 11th anniversary of Machel's murder, and the 14th anniversary of Maurice Bishop's assassination. My calenders are marked with the monthly anniversaries of both my sons.
|Letter from Gabriela to Phyllis Naidoo||
I'd like to tank you for the wonderful and inspiring two month I had the opportunity to stay with you. Thank you for your warm welcoming and for being allowed to participate in your life for this short period.
|Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to Sanderson Meyer's||
Sanderson Meyer 's Just pay up and buy your salvation treatment of the TRC business hearing is under reply. I wish to remind you Sir that the newspapers housed in Osborne Street (their forbears) paid R4million for the building that you conduct your business from.
|Letter from Munroe Gilmour to Phyllis Naidoo||
Here are some thoughts about Chris which you requested: When you lived at the "Survival Center", I remember coming often (around meal time no doubt) and Chris, would be sitting there in a folding chair up against the wall leading to the back of the house.
|Letter from Ari to Phyllis Naidoo||
Sorry for the delay, but here it goes: I think that firstly, each character/activist revolutionary described needs more content and definition. I understand your point that how well do we know anyone in our lives.
|Letter from Avray to Phyllis Naidoo||
Thank you so much for the sending me the copy of The Constitution. I cannot tell you how much I value the dedication you wrote inside. The review in the Sunday Independent was also much appreciated.
|Letter from Irene and Ron to Phyllis Naidoo||
Isn't it amazing how very close you can feel - how you can absolutely love someone who you have never met?!! If only we could meet some day -- but I can't see it ever happening. It's just great, then, that we can continue to feel such complete understanding, anyway.
|Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to Helen||
Thank you so much for your card. Isn't it expensive buying cards and envelopes. Why don't you use an aerogramme or a piece of paper to respond. It should be cheaper? I worry that you have so much to do now that Mike has left you. I still cannot believe this.
|Letter from Helen to Phyllis Naidoo||
A very happy Christmas to you, a prosperous New Year and a better government in 1997, wherever you happen to live, especially in Britain - not that there is much hope offered by Tony Blair's Tory-cloned 'New Labour'.
|Letter from Irene Gale to Phyllis Naidoo||
Jim Gale was well known for his work against apartheid, and at the time of his death in 1985 had been trying to persuade the Australian Government of the urgent need to provide scholarships for South Africans and Namibians, so that those nations, once liberated from apartheid, would have people t
Is it a problem that has anything to do with students? The answer of course is yes, because apartheid involves humanity as a whole. While injustice exists everywhere in the world, it is only in South Africa that it is enshrined in the supreme law of the land.
|International Educational Assistance to Disadvantaged South Africans Proceedings of the Follow-up Conference organized by the United Nations Educational and Training Programme for Southern Africa New York, 8-9 September 1992||
In accordance with General Assembly resolution 46/80 of 13 December 1991. and as adopted in the Paris Statement by the International Conference on the Educational Needs of Disadvantaged South Africans (25 to 27 June 1991).
|UN AT 50||
India Digest. High Commission of India