|Arts and Africa: BBC African Service, no. 126|
|Full state funeral for exiled Mabhida|
|Letter from Norah and George to Phyllis Naidoo||
I am ashamed of the length of time that has passed since last I wrote to you, but time really pass these days. It is not that we do not think of you, for every morning I pray for you, the Mandela's and other who suffers under apartheid.
|Letter from Anton Harber to Phyllis Naidoo||
I was most touched that you should take the trouble to write such a kind note. I am sure the thanks belong to people like yourself. All we did was try and reflect what people like you were doing in exile.
|Letter from Benjy to Phyllis Naidoo.||
Letter from Benjy to Phyllis Naidoo.
|Letter from Helen to Phyllis Naidoo||
This is just a belated little note to say hello and to let you know that I am thinking of you very often. I cannot believe how this year has flown. Are you happier now that you are back in your own place?
|Letter from Howard to Phyllis Naidoo||
It was lovely to see a proxy and hear that you and everyone else are fine and bearing up under difficult circumstances.
|Letter from Jack Simons to Phyllis Naidoo||
The Macmillan Press & Clarke ' S Bookshop Take Pleasure In Inviting You To Honor The Memory Of Jack Simons At The Launch Of His Book Struggles In Southern Africa For Survival And Equality
|Letter from Jane to Phyllis Naidoo||
My dear Phyllis, I’ve only just received your letter of the 9th March, for which many thanks and also a big thank you for your Easter Card.
|Letter from Jolene to Phyllis Naidoo||
I really would have come, but Ashika was coming so my mummy said Ashika just couldn’t stay all by herself. So I had to stay. I really do miss you so much. My passport expires next year I think.
|Letter from Magret to Phyllis Naidoo||
Letter from Magret to Phyllis Naidoo.
|Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to Alan||
Your letter dated 8/10 arrived on the 9/10. This was stamped in Pinetown 3600 on the 7/10 - So it’s obvious that your typist is ahead of time. I’ve been reading Kontakion and found on that same day a card from Dori sent while she was ill.
|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?
|Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to Anton Harber||
I have read the account of your resignation and your move to radio. I want to wish you well. Success seems always to sound in money. You are successful if you are making money. I wish you will produce quality, sensitive radio taking cognizance of the needs of various groups.
|Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to Bernard||
I am deeply grateful to you for Paula. Yes she was my Sha. Only he recovered and 8 months later he died on me. I believed that he was well. She was in exile from her country and I know those problems. Living in one place and having your heart at home is very painful.
|Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to Beryl Unterhalter||
Last weeks Weekly Mail and Guardian told the news of Jack,s demise . I was shocked at his parting and so sorry for you who had lost such a wonderful partner. The Mail speaks of Sharpeville - there is so much more.
|Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to Friends||
Today is two (2) years since Sha left us and I am still bleeding. When the phone rang at 6.15 this morning I was afraid that it was Sha's nurse telling me in trying to stand up Sha fell to his death, but it was my darling Betty telling me she would take me to hospital at 7.30am.
|Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to Gutto||
I saw Ngugi in the press presumed and he had come about the same business as Micere. Your country is aflame and my heart bleeds for you. Exile from ones country as we know is awful business.
|Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to Josephine||
It sounds a very long time ago that you told me you would be retiring in September and now in 4 days time September would have gone and then where do you go from here.
|Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to Julian||
Thank you for your letter of the 21st October, reached me last week. Did you see Judy Gay on Saturday ? I am not sure you knew Sandy Jacobsen - her husband was Winston Henry - he was a cabinet maker and worked in Mohales Hoek or Mafeteng but beyond Masite.