|The Government Indian School at Newtown, Johannesburg|
|Interview with T P N Nduli, conducted by Sithembiso Ntshangase|
|Presentation by Mr K Naidoo||
Presentation by Mr K Naidoo
|Letter from Monroe to Phyllis Naidoo||
Thanks so much for the interesting report of your family weekend together. Sounds like a riot! I was so glad to hear that your mother could come. How is her health? Where did you keep all of them when they were in Maseru? You mentioned a borrowed house in relationship to a lost pen.
|City Valuator and Estates Manager letter||
In reply to your letter of the 27th ultimo, forwarding copy of Memorandum dated the 22nd , idem submitted by the Moosa Hajee Cassim Charitable Trust to the Commission', I have to advise as follows :
|University Report: BBC African Service, no. 177, 1971|
|University Report: BBC African Service, no. 161, 1971|
|Notes on Xuma|
|Instrument of Thy Peace by Alan Paton|
Rural school on mountains in a distance. Pencil on paper.
|School of mines||
School of mines, North terrace, Adelaide
|Letter to Sharadh's school and teachers from Phyllis Naidoo||
Letters to Sharadh's school and teachers from Phyllis Naidoo.