|Statement of the National Executive Committee of the African National Congress||
Statement of the National Executive Committee of the African National Congress, reporting back on a meeting held in Lusaka, Zambia, in February 1990 regarding F W de Klerk's speech of 2nd February 1990.
|Morris Isaacson is still what she was before||
A short poem in remembrance of an exile
|My call to ministry|
|New Age Vol.8 No.12 Jan. 1962|
|New Age Vol.5 No.34 Jun. 1959|
|New Age Vol.6 No.3 Nov. 1959|
|New Age Vol.6 No.4 Nov. 1959|
|New Age Vol.6 No.5 Nov. 1959|
|New Age Vol.4 No.4658 Sep. 1958|
|New Age Vol.1 No.12 Jan. 1955|
|The Black Conciousness Movement, Black People's Convention: External Office||
One of the major decisions taken by the BPC was the establishment of an external office .This became necessary because of the growing number of exiles belonging to the Black People's Convention.
|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.
|Frontline States tour: A chronology of expectations|
|Rattle dem bones|
|Of memory and forgetting in the beloved country|
|Exiles face hurdles, bring hope|
|Women take up the challenge|
|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 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.