|"We of Africa"||
Unlike Easterners who are given to meditation or Westerners who have an inquisitive turn of mind we of Africa, belonging neither to the East or to the West, are fundamentally observers, penetrating observers, relying more on intuition than on the process of reasoning.
|Child rearing and parent-child relationships||
Paper dealing with family relationships in Soweto such as parent-child relationships and how social change or social conditions affect these relationships.
|Education and family life||
Description of how poverty and poor family life contribute to poor education
|Immorality Act, Act No 23 of 1957||
The Act was to consolidate and amend the laws relating to brothels and unlawful carnal intercouse and other acts in relation thereto
|Indian Opinion Vol.51 No.38 Sep 1953|
|Letter from M.D. to Dade||
My Dear Dade,
|Letter from Nobantu Ndlovu||
Letter from Phyllis to a friend.
|Letters by Chizmusoka to Phyllis Naidoo||
Letters to Phyllis Naidoo from Chirwa
|Letters from Kisten Moonsamy to Phyllis||
Kisten Moonsamy writes to Phyllis Naidoo from Robben Island.
|More Than Buildings Lie in Ruin|
|Mother of a nation|
Research report on the study conducted to describe and analyse the effects of labour migration on marriage and family life. The fieldwork on which the study is based was done in Burnshill in the district of Keiskammahoek.
|Review of Murray's Families Divided|
|Shaka the Great|
|Sunday 18th May, 1986||
Letter written to Mam Phyllis
|The family fleeing their houses||
The family fleeing their houses
|The people shall govern and letters by Phyllis Naidoo||
letter to friends and family.
|The widows of the reserves|