|Chocklingum and David, P.O.BOX 40863||
Thank you for your letter of the 17-11-77 and the bank advise re: B Dinkelaker.....
|Children of South Africa||
Letters to Bernhard Dinkelaker
|Card from Alfred Thomas Metcalf, Hearty Greeting||
Embossed on the card: "Hearty Greeting".
Handwritten note on the card: "Pictures of A.T. Metcalf who married Sissie (Sarah) Blamey"
|Cancellation of s Book Club subscription||
Phyllis Naidoo's letter to a book club to cancel her subscription.
|Business Official Letters of Phyllis Naidoo during 1970 - 1983||
Official business letters from and to Phyllis Naidoo
|Business letters of Phyllis Naioo during 1981 -1983||
Business letters during 1981 -1983
|Business letters of Phyllis Naidoo during 1978 - 1983||
Business letters during 1978 - 1983
|Budget: Sponono American tour|
|Black Peoples Convention: Terrorism Trial - a rededication and committment in the struggle, by way of financial support for bail money||
An appeal for donations towards the costs of a court appeal and bail for Nkotsoeu P. Motsau
|Black Peoples Convention: rejection of foreign investment||
The Black Peoples Convention National Congress held in December 1973 resolved to reject the involvement of foreign investors and this letter sent from BPC to 31 foreign firms calls on foreign investors to disengage from the economic system of South Africa
Letter from Patrick Mosiuoa Lekota to Black Brother
|Birthday greeting to Rajes from Phyllis Naidoo||
Birthday greeting from Phyllis Naidoo to Rajes
|Birthday greeting from Phyllis Naidoo to Vassie||
Birthday greeting to Vassie from Phyllis Naidoo
|Biographical profile of members of ex-banned political organizations||
ANC Lesotho Wits University no income after death.
|Article by Roger Bagley||
|Anti-Apartheid Struggle Undermined||
Article by E S Reddy
|Anonymous post cards and letters - Phyllis Naidoo||
Anonymous post cards and letters
|An ‘Imagined Community’ in Diaspora: Gujaratis in South Africa||
Increasing attention is being paid to the heterogeneous identity of Indian South Africans. This article contributes to this literature by highlighting the distinct migratory history of Gujarati South Africans and the importance these histories have in perceptions of community identity.
|An open letter to students||
Open letter following increasing governmental pressures on student organisations and bannings of individual students.