REFUGEES

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Letter from Robin to Phyllis Naidoo

Letter from Robin to Phyllis Naidoo

Letter from Rhonda to Phyllis Naidoo

Letter from Rhonda to Phyllis Naidoo

Letter from Ray to Phyllis Naidoo and Sukhthi

Letter from Ray to Phyllis Naidoo and Sukhthi

Letter from Dorothy to Phyllis Naidoo

Your letter arrived yesterday. I was expecting to hear from you at a time as this letter came this week giving me your planned Manchester address with Mike.

Letter from Ngoako to Phyllis Naidoo

We are still without a telephone.

Letter from Kathy to Phyllis Naidoo

I'm so sorry it has been so long between letters. I've thought of you so much.

Letter from Rhonda to Phyllis Naidoo

It is finished, Reagan really got a clear consensus. I am really afraid of what that will mean for you.

Letter from Rhonda to Phyllis Naidoo

I received yours and Deva’s letters today what a joy that he is free.

Letter from Rhonda to Phyllis Naidoo

Thanks for the letter of the 14th and the telegram. What a joy to hear that all is well.

Letter from Rhonda to Phyllis Naidoo

I received your letter today and it was so upsetting. I could see you sitting unladylike at the desk in pain.

Letter from Jane to Phyllis Naidoo

Many Thanks for your “short” which reached me just before I left Durban. I was very pleased to get it, was feeling the need for lots of love!

Letter from Helen to Phyllis Naidoo

Hey Phyl – so good to hear from you at last but I’m mad at you for not coming this way and for not getting in touch when you were in Europe!!!

Refugees, Drill Hall, Durban

Sepia print 14.8 x 19.7cm

Letter from Frederick to Phyllis Naidoo

Although I’m very glad Rhonda was transferred to our office in Nairobi, I had one regret and that was that I would be losing my contact with you. Anyhow, I will always be grateful for the chance of meeting you, and I hope my travels will bring me again to Lesotho while you are still there.

Letter from Bernhard and Margarete Dinkelaker to Phyllis Naidoo

What does it profit a man if he gains the whole world and loses or forfeits himself?" (Luke 9:25) With the words of the watchword for the year 1997 we send you warm and heartfelt greetings, thanking many of you sincerely, who have sent us Christmas cards and letters.

What the United Nations is Doing

What the United Nations is Doing

Africa's refugees and the OAU

A clear policy for Africa's 650,000 homeless must lead to long-range solutions.

The New African: Volume 4, Number 5, July 1965
Our chances

The recent dismissal of Mr Curnick Ndamse from the staff of Fort Hare University College for "insubordination" spotlights once again the record of Fort Hare since its rape by the Verwoerd regime in 1960.

Now rape haunts Somali refugees

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