|Umsebenzi Vol 6 No 2||
De Klerk, Communist Party, apartheid, human rights, Apartheid, political rights, segregation, population registration, segregated beaches, democratic government, policy, economy, housing, water, electricity, transport, health care, ANC, ANC Youth League
|SA political press cuttings||
|Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to Jeanne||
A.K.M. Docrat - Abdul Khalick Mohamed Docrat Debbie Quin - I am sure you can quote them. I have just spoken to Debbie Quin. She says she is not allowed to make statements on behalf of the Commission. Only Commissioners, press officers do that.
|Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to Helen||
Thank you so much for your card. Isn't it expensive buying cards and envelopes. Why don't you use an aerogramme or a piece of paper to respond. It should be cheaper? I worry that you have so much to do now that Mike has left you. I still cannot believe this.
|Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to Judy||
The shelf to my left has a parcel that Father Casa was to bring to you in Bulawayo when he was there two weeks ago. I had some sweets for Dad and Mum and another letter for Rabbi Ben. Casa found out that Ben has since gone to Johannesburg. Where? Bully for him. I hope he is happy being home.