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Death Penalty and Executions, 1965-1973 - Execution Figure
Letter from Mogan to Phyllis Naidoo

B. C. just walked into my office. Tells me that you are in good health, that makes me happy. The B also tells me that he just spoke to you now – 11.30 am but that it suited him to choose to believe that I was not in Kanja.

Letter from Kathy to Phyllis Naidoo

Fern and Monroe arrived rather tired and drawn looking. Especially Fern looked as though she had had a hard time meeting all the Gilmours. You can imagine that it would be difficult! Right now they are in Goshens which is about 15 miles from our house.

Letter from Mogan to Phyllis Naidoo

We beg to refer you to your undertaking to get in touch, nay beseech your cot-fixer ( 40 years of age renovated to Modern day furniture - Cot) and your promise that he would do likewise to the above-mentioned desk, at a price of course.

Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to Carol and Bud

I am replying to your letter of the 30th in an orange recycled envelope, with a pretty address at Flagstaff, the hills all iced and the nude trees in front. Very very pretty. Despite the airmail it took 15 days to arrive.

 

Notes on Mandela
Notes on Xuma
The Long View: The Ndamse Affair, Contact vol 9, no. 1
What Transkei Chiefs voted for: serfdom, rightlessness in "white" areas
Self rule in the Transkei: a monstrous fraud

The Bantu Authorities in Transkei have accepted a constitution, which the Unity Movement is unhappy about; to which this document ensures continued domination of the Transkei by the Republic of South Africa.

Trade union development in the Transkei: a victory for worker initiative and selforganisation
Fighting Talk Volume 16 Number 2 March 1962

Fighting Talk

Transkei Sham

Transkei Sham: statement published in the underground "Inkululeko-Freedom", February 1977, describes the reaction of the ANC to the granting of independence to the Transkei bantustan

Partitioning South Africa: some aspects of the "Bantustan" scheme
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