|Letter from Jen to Phyllis Naidoo||
Letter from Jen to Phyllis Naidoo
|Civil Rights League Newsletter Vol 34 No.2 October 1987|
|Letter from Howard to Phyllis Naidoo||
I spoke to you about the case of Guy Berger and others presently detained under the Terrorism Act at Fort Glamorgan, East London.
|Letter from Bernhard to Phyllis Naidoo||
I use the time of this nice and peaceful Sunday afternoon to drop a line to you.
|Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to Rev Walker||
My friend in the USA sent me your leaflet celebrating the victory Cuba in 1996 and celebrating the children of Cuba in 1997. Can you believe that even in a democratic SA we did not hear about the blockade of your caravan, We did not know of the fast. How are the 5 who fasted. We salute them.
|Letter from Kate and Brian to Phyllis Naidoo||
Your heart must be breaking. That you find the strength to go on is a statement to you inner resources. You have lived out your idealism, turned anger and frustration into very concerted action, being the support and the shield of so many.
|Letter from Sheila to Phyllis Naidoo||
Many Thanks for the picture of my children and your expressions of pride, pain and solidarity. So much sadness has passed our way over the years.
|Salute to defiance||
A message to the 12th international Students Conference Nairobi.
|New year message of the United Democratic Front: December 1987||
Press release from the United Democratic Front with a new year message in which the United Democratic Front salutes courage bravery and determination of the victims of apartheid and those still struggling for a democratic, non-racial and unitary South Africa.
|Releases a victory for the people||
Statement by Congress of South African Trade Unions and the United Democratic Front on behalf of the Mass Democratic Movement regarding their release which is also a victory for the international solidarity movement.
|ANC International Solidarity Conference, Arusha, 1-4 December 1987: Message||
Message delivered by Teodata Hunguana, Minister of Information, People's Republic of Mozambique, at the African National Congress International Solidarity Conference in Arusha, 1-4 December 1987.
|Statement of the President of the African National Congress of South Africa||
Statement of the President of the African National Congress of South Africa, Oliver R Tambo, at the International Conference in support of liberation movements and solidarity with frontline states, Lusaka, Zambia, 10-13 April 1979.
|A statement of the African National Congress of South Africa delivered at a Conference of the Continuation Committee of the Lisbon International Conference in support of the peoples of southern Africa, London, 21-23 March 1978||
A statement of the African National Congress, delivered by Secretary General, Alfred Nzo, to a conference of the Continuation Committee of the Lisbon International Conference in support of the peoples of Southern Africa, London, 21-23 March, 1978.
|Views of Black Christians on South Africa's present and future||
Address delivered by Sam Buti, General Secretary of a Nederduitse Gereformeerde Kerk in Africa (NGKA) to a Conference organised by the Lutheran and NGKA congregations in Soweto in cooperation with the Christian Academy in South Africa
|Workers strike out against divisions|
|Solidarity and union power in East Cape|
|Statement on detentions by General Secretariate of the SA Catholic Bishops' Conference||
Report issued by the General Secretariate of the SA Catholic Bishops about the detention of two Catholic priests, Smangaliso Mkhatshwa and Clement Okoka.
|Solidarity as a Means to Peaceful Co-Existence|
|Statement by the President of the African National Congress of South Africa,on the occasion of the launching of the international year against apartheid||
Statement by Oliver R Tambo, President of the ANC, on the occasion of the launching of the International Year Against Apartheid at the United Nations Organisation in New York in 1978.