APARTHEID

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Manifesto for the New South Africa
Local Government 1980 to 1985
Liberal balance sheet
Liberal agaisnt Apartheid by Randolph Vigne. Book launch at Jill Wentzel's, Johannesburg

Colour print 8.8 x 12.5cm

Liberal against Apartheid by Randolph Vigne. Book launch at Jill Wentzel's, Johannesburg

Colour print 8.8 x 12.5cm

Liberal against Apartheid by Randolph Vigne. Book launch at Jill Wentzel's, Johannesburg

Colour print 8.8 x 12.5cm

Liberal against Apartheid by Randolph Vigne. Book launch at Jill Wentzel's, Johannesburg

Colour print 8.8 x 12.5cm

Liberal against Apartheid by Randolph Vigne. Book launch at Jill Wentzel's, Johannesburg

Colour print 8.8 x 12.5cm

Liberal against Apartheid by Randolph Vigne. Book launch at Jill Wentzel's, Johannesburg

Colour print 8.8 x 12.5cm

Liberal against Apartheid by Randolph Vigne. Book launch at Jill Wentzel's, Johannesburg

Colour print 8.8 x 12.5cm

Liberal against Apartheid by Randolph Vigne. Book launch at Jill Wentzel's, Johannesburg

Colour print 8.8 x 12.5cm

Letters - South African Indian Council

Assorted letters of the South African Indian Council

Letterhead - Midlands District Indians School Football Association

Newsletter of the Midlands District Indian Schools Football Association

Letter from Susan to Phyllis Naidoo

How are you? I am sorry for the long delay in getting this letter written, but life has been very busy.

Letter from Sarah to Phyllis Naidoo

Thank you for your letter of 7th October - the post does seem to be quick these days. It was good to hear from you, sounding more like the Phyllis I used to know in Lesotho - house full of guests, looking after other people, mind still turning round the legacy of apartheid!

Letter from Robert Selby Taylor to Alan Paton
Letter from Ray to Phyllis Naidoo

In one day I will be leaving this country and believe me, I can hardly wait.

Letter from Randolph Vigne to Peter Brown
Letter from R Hallett to Peter Brown
Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to Sanderson Meyer's

Sanderson Meyer 's Just pay up and buy your salvation treatment of the TRC business hearing is under reply. I wish to remind you Sir that the newspapers housed in Osborne Street (their forbears) paid R4million for the building that you conduct your business from.

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