|From the beginning life is hard in Southern Africa|
|Letter from Peter Brown to Francis Wilson|
|Letter from Francis Wilson to Peter Brown and Memorandum on proposed South African Fam Labour Conference|
|Statement of Tutu Jim Nqata about his eviction from Lindhurst Farm||
Statement by Tutu Jim Nqata describing circumstances surrounding his dismissal and eviction from Lindhurst farm
|Statement by Fashion Somtsora and six others on the building of Donald Knott's house||
Statement by Fashion Somtsora about evictions from Wolseley Estate
|Statement by Moltino Mtantalala on his employment and subsequent resignation at Lyndhurst Farm||
Statement by Moltino Mtantalala about circumstances surrounding his resignation and eviction from Lyndhurst Farm
|Down on the farm|
|Weenen and farm labour removals|
|Farm labour law conference, 1993 report||
Report by the Street Law Coordinator on the Farm Labour Law Conference which discussed the consequences and meaning of the extension of Labour Legislation to Farm Workers.
Research report on the study conducted to describe and analyse the effects of labour migration on marriage and family life. The fieldwork on which the study is based was done in Burnshill in the district of Keiskammahoek.
|Letter addressed to the Churchwardens and councillors, Christ Church Kei Road describing events leading to the eviction of farm workers from Wolseley Estate||
Letter relating to the eviction of farm workers from Wolseley Estate and the church's involvement
|Letter from Reverend David Russell to Errol K. Moorcroft||
Letter from Reverend David Russell to Errol K. Moorcroft, Democratic Party spokesperson on Agriculture concerning the eviction of farm dwellers from Syd Knott's farm, Kei Road
|Letter from Errol K. Moorcroft to Reverend David Russell||
Letter from Errol K. Moorcroft to Reverend David Russell relating to the eviction of farm dwellers at Wolseley Estate, Kei Road
|Letter from Reverend David Russell to farmers in the Kei Road district||
Letter from Reverend David Russell addressed to the Kei Road farmers regarding the eviction of farm dwellers from Wolseley Estate
|Letter from Tony and Laura Goodyer to Hutton and Cook Attorneys||
Letter from Tony and Laura Goodyer to Hutton and Cook Attorneys regarding the farm dwellers evicted from Syd Knott's Wolseley Estate and were temporarily resettled by Tony and Laura Goodyear at their Old Store farm, Cobongo Drift
|Letter addressed to Reverend David Russell from Hutton and Cook Attorneys||
Letter addressed to Reverend David Russell from Hutton and Cook Attorneys regarding Reverend Russell's intervention on behalf of farm dwellers (referred to as illegal squatters)evicted from Syd Knott's Wolseley Estate
|Letter addressed to Reverend David Russell||
Letter from Errol K. Moorcroft to Reverend David Russell relating to the eviction of farm workers from Syd Knott's farm, Kei Road District.
|Letter from Hutton and Cook Attorneys addressed to A.W. Goodyear||
Letter from Hutton and Cook Attorneys representing Sidney Knott owner of Lyndhurst farm addressed to A.W. Goodyear protesting against the squatter camp on Mr Goodyear's farm which was adjacent to Knott's farm
|An Eastern Cape Postscript||
Article on African farm labour in the Eastern Cape, Bathurst district.