|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|
|CHATSWORTH RECEPTION COMMITTEE - CIRCULAR TO ORGANISATIONS|
|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|
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|