|If only people could "eat" democracy|
|In sight of the end|
|Indian Opinion Vol.48 No.37 Sep 1950|
|Indian Opinion Vol.52 No.12 Mar 1954|
|Indian Opinion Vol.53 No.17 Apr 1954|
|Indian Opinion Vol.57 No.30 Jul 1959|
|Indian Opinion Vol.57 No.6 Feb 1959|
|Indian Opinion Vol.58 No.1 Feb 1960|
|Indian Opinion Vol.58 No.2 Jan 1960|
|Indian Opinion Vol.58 No.3 Jan 1960|
|Indian Opinion Vol.58 No.6 Feb 1960|
|Inkatha sets out on a new path: "Democracy means freedom to choose"|
Isizwe = The Nation, the journal published by the United Democratic Front to stimulate discussion, debate and training within their ranks, consisted of articles on topics relevant to the national democratic struggle.
|Izwi lase Township, 1982 - 1984||
Izwi lase Township was published by Ditshwantsho tsa Rona. It offered notes and views about current and past events.
|Keeping an eye on the horizon|
|Kenya at the crossroads|
|Letter from Christian to Phyllis Naidoo||
I was very moved when I received the constitution of South Africa. It was very thoughtful of you to send it to me. If my organization contributed just a little towards establishing democracy in South Africa, I would be thankful.
|Letter from Irene and Ron to Phyllis Naidoo||
Isn't it amazing how very close you can feel - how you can absolutely love someone who you have never met?!! If only we could meet some day -- but I can't see it ever happening. It's just great, then, that we can continue to feel such complete understanding, anyway.
|Letter from Jennifer Davis to Phyllis Naidoo||
Today it is intellectually fashionable to dismiss Africa as the continent of pestilence and ethnic conflict. A respected African American journalist even expresses gratitude that, because of slavery, he was born in America instead of Africa.
|Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to Ameen Akhalwaya||
I heard a little while ago that you were seriously ill. Then I saw and heard you with Cape Town bid. You were in Switzerland. Then I read in the Sowetan that you were ill again. Whatever is the matter?