TRUTH AND RECONCILIATION COMMISSION
|Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to Sarah||
On Monday when I thought something ghastly had happened to you I wrote to Bev Naidoo asking her to get her daughter Maya who is at Oxford to look for you. Luckily I had not posted her letter when yours of the 11th August arrived.
|E-mail from Pascual Pastrana to Phyllis Naidoo||
Details of the killings and torture of high-profile anti-apartheid activists in the Eastern Cape, as well as of security police methods and structures, are expected to emerge du~ing a five-week sitting of the Amnesty Committee of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission which begins in Port Elizab
|Letter from Josephine to Phyllis Naidoo||
This is the last time I shall have the privilege of writing this annual newsletter to you all, as my present 5-year term of \ office ends in September 1997 and we shall then be electing a new Prioress. Please pray we may be guided b; the Holy Spirit in that election.
|Letter from Helen to Phyllis Naidoo||
A very happy Christmas to you, a prosperous New Year and a better government in 1997, wherever you happen to live, especially in Britain - not that there is much hope offered by Tony Blair's Tory-cloned 'New Labour'.
|Letter from Judy and John to Phyllis Naidoo||
We received a letter from an American friend asking "whether we are involved in all the hard times in Africa - it sounds horrible". There are certainly ·"hard times" here in Southern Africa, particularly for the poor and unemployed.
|E-mail from Phyllis Naidoo to David Gonzalez||
I think that I told you about this symposium, in my last email before the weekend and asked whether you had any concerns you wish me to raise . But you have not responded. Have you received it?
|"Truth sets a nation free"|
|Voice of grief|
|Safe space for truth|
|Healing the hurt without endangering the patient|
|Commission "could be political weapon"|