|E-mail from Phyllis Naidoo to Sister Josephine||
I like the former. But I know that you are enjoying the freedom from its responsibility. But really you are not at Masite, you are visiting Kimberley as of now. I do hope Sister Camilla is well. Some mine is closing down and more will be unemployed around Kimberley.
|Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to Rosi||
On the flip side of this note is what is termed Aged Wisdom and also Zapiro's depiction of the business men's submission to the TRC. Incidentally the latter was gr oss. The former well he says crudely what is factual. I hope Cookie and Theggie like it.
|Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to Rosa||
Your letter of the 23rd October reached me yesterday. Thank you for same. Ringing me is expensive and I understand that you could not phone. No, Des did not ring . Did you expect him to?
|Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to Maggie||
Thank you for your letter of the 19th October, reached me today. I could not make out your writing at the back of the envelope asking for my phone number. The 19th October is the 11th anniversary of Machel's murder, and the 14th anniversary of Maurice Bishop's assassination.
|Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to Luke||
Thank you for your letter of the 27th October, reached me today. The 19th October is the 11th anniversary of Machel's murder, and the 14th anniversary of Maurice Bishop's assassination. My calenders are marked with the monthly anniversaries of both my sons.
|Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to Archie Sibeko||
Just typing this date I am reminded that it will be the 33rd Anniversary of Vuyisile Mini, Zinakile Mkaba and Wilson Khayinga’s execution. Our past is very painful. Now I have both my sons to keep me bleeding.
|Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to Philip Meskin||
I have tried for days to find your address even tried the Registrars office and it was permanently engaged. I wanted as did so many others, to put my arm on your shoulder to bring a little bit of the warmth in your life and the lives of the children.
|Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to Benjy||
How annoyed I was when I heard the knock on the door yesterday. I was in the midst of finding how long conscription has been fought by mankind. It is a fantastic story. Sometimes I am so proud to belong to the com1mini ty of man/woman.
|Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to Ian & Winnie||
A belated letter to you, for which my sincere apologies. Please accept thanks for taking books to JHB to Gonda in Yeoville. I am grateful.