|H W D Manson known as 'cake' Manson. He was a poet and playwright and lecturer in English at University of Natal. Wrote 'The Noose-knot Ballad" and "The Festival"||
Black and white print 16.5 x 11.7cm
|General Francis Grenjell||
Colored portrait of Francis Grenjell posing for the Vanity Fair Magazine.
|English graves, Modderspruit. This is the grave of Lieutenant Harold W Bryan of the 28th squadron 4th Regiment, Imperial Yedmanry, killed in action at Hardyville 22 October 1901, aged 20||
Sepia print 8.1 x 10.4cm
|English graves, Modderspruit||
Sepia print 10.4 x 8.3cm faded
|" Wooden Violin"||
Wooden carving of a violin and it's string. It was made by Mashololo Henry who was a student at Umzinyathi High School from Inanda Township In KwaZulu- Natal.
|" Vurest: killing and destruction bring no peace"||
Colourful scene of people running others hurt or dead on the ground. A burnt house can be seen on the bacjground.
A coulourful scene of a rural homestead on receding hills, and road winding through. ( Type: Tempera)
|English 12: World Literature Written in English|
|Literary Periodicals in World-English: A Selective Checklist, No. 14, November 1968|
|World Literature Written in English (WLWE): Newsletter No. 15, April 1969|
|World Literature Written in English (WLWE): Newsletter No. 14, November 1968|
|" Ubani owaziyo? "||
Scene of a man and woman meeting on the road outside a factory or hostel in a rural village. Huts, Mountains amd trees can be seen in the background. Lead pencil painting.
Scene of a woman carrying a water pot, walking towards a homestead. Cows are grazing, and there are trees behind the huts.
Scene of an old traditional Zulu man carrying a shield and stick heading cattle along the road in a rural area.
|Why I Write|
|The problem with English Literature: Canonicity, Citizenship, and the Idea of Africa|
|BBC African Radiotape Service, no. 183, 1972|
|University Report: BBC African Service, no. 158, 1971|
|Indian Immigration Bureau - Report for the Year ended 31st March 1932||
Indian Immigration Bureau - Report for the Year ended 31st March 1932
|Arts and Africa: BBC African Service, no. 329|