|Letter from Kristina Wickstrom to Phyllis Naidoo||
About five years ago a man in R.S.A., Samson John Nene, was adopted by my group of _Amnesty International as a "prisoner of conscience". He was "banned" and had earlier spent ten years on Robben Island. He was arrested again in November 1975, alleged to be a member or supporter of ANC.
|Obituaries: Peter Brown, twice-banned Liberal Party stalwart|
|Phyllis article about Bob||
Perhaps one should begin at the beginning. I cannot really say when it began - or how he came into our lives. Lets call him Bob. He soon ate lunch with us regularly. When we visited family in Verulam he was with us.
|Notes on Lutuli|
|Notes on Qoboza|
|Notes on Manas Buthelezi|
|Notes on Winnie Mandela|
|Notes on Ngoyi|
|Arts and Africa: BBC African Service, no. 159|