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Rattle dem bones
'Jo the Cow' comes home
A can of worms in Lusaka: the imprisonment of Hubert Sipho Mbeje
A Valediction of forbidding mourning
Botshabelo Sanctuary Lawyers for Human Rights - Jan 1998 Vol 1 No 1
Breaking Down the Barriers
Circular on the London office

The External Affairs Office of the Black Peoples Convention was set up by a resolution to handle foreign public relations and programmes for the welfare of refugee members. This is a circular from the London office.

Dedication: Comrade Zulei Christopher
Documents of the exile
Doing Paris with Breyten

A review of the artist, Beauford Delaney.

Exiles face hurdles, bring hope
Frontline States tour: A chronology of expectations
Home-boys abroad

A South African in London looks at his fellow exiles.

Introductory essay: the problems of exile

Introductory essay on the problems of exiles, including the reasons for going into exile, life experienced as an exile and unique problems of living as an exile.

Letter from Jack and Ray Simons to Oliver Tambo

Letter from Jack and Ray Simons to Oliver Tambo regarding returning to South Africa.

Letter from Johannesburg
Letter from Sizakhele Sigxashe to Ray Simons

Handwritten letter from Sizakhele Sigxashe, in Dar es Salaam, to Ray Simons in Lusaka, regarding problems and opportunism in exile.

Letter from Zambian Acting Chief Immigration Officer to Jack Simons

Letter from D J Cator, Zambian Acting Chief Immigration Officer, to Jack Simons granting an Entry Permit for Jack and Ray Simons and their son.

London Summit Meeting


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