|Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to Jennifer Chetty||
Jennifer Chetty offered to help me with my work for the last three months. She has been putting some order into my archival material. She is doing an excellent job.
|Our Chapel isn't big enough|
|Notes on Makhanya|
|Two seated youth and bicycle||
Two seated youth and bicycle
|Zulus: posed group showing side view of standing girl and two youths||
Zulus: posed group showing side view of standing girl and two youths
|Zulus; Youth standing, holding upright spear||
Zulus; Youth standing, holding upright spear
|Youth movements in southern Africa||
The organisation of youth activities in central and southern Africa has to be seen in an historical perspectives to be understood.
An article about what Black America's youth say about South Africa.
|Bridging South Africa's youth gap||
Article looking at the limited non-racial options for youth in South Africa.
|White schoolboys and politics||
The ruling generation has made a mess of things in South Africa, but what will the generations following them do?.
|Durban and Districts Council of Churches Cultural Festival 10 June 1990||
a gathering of black Christian youth. Different choirs and other groups were invited to perform and show off their talent. The topic for the Festival - Faith without works is quite death. The various speakers were encouraging the youth to stand together and stand for what is right.
|May Day 1990 Cultural Program 27 April - 1 May||
Cultural performances and speeches to commemorate MayDay. The focus is Workers and Youth unity. Celebrations around MayDay.
|An Address at the Graduation Ceremony, University of Natal Pietermaritzburg, 1987|
|Chapter thirteen: Youth and student organisations|
|Chapter nine: Youth and student organisations|
|The young ones|
|Tracing the roots of resistance|
|Read, young lion, read|
|SAYCO: now just a phone call away|
|Statement by rural organisations||
Statement by rural organisations as they attack Le Grange's law because it will be used to stop meeting of the youth, teargas, sjambok, kill people, detain people for no apparent reason, shoot people at random and strengthen apartheid.