|Letters from Edith to Phyllis Naidoo.||
Letters from Edith to Phyllis Naidoo.
|Reform Party and Black Alliance|
|Call for immediate release of leaders held by police - Grey Street quiet as traders protest||
MORE than 600 people........
|Letter from the Department of Justice to Phyllis Naidoo|
|Letter from Nersen to Phyllis Naidoo.||
Letter from Nersen to Phyllis Naidoo.
|Letter from Kaka to Phyllis Naidoo and Beti.||
Letter from Kaka to Phyllis Naidoo and Beti.
|Verulam main street||
One hundred and twenty-eight years ago, a Cape Town-based company purchased 30 000 acres Crown lands on the banks of the Umdhloti River from the Natal
|Women's Association In Verulam||
The most active groups of housewives in Verulam are the Verulam Maathar Sungam. which is involved in cultural and religious activities and the Verulam and District Women's Circle,
|Shree Siva Subramanior Alayam in Verulam||
From a very humble beginning with a wood and iron structure established in 1900, the community in Verulam can now be proud of a well planned institution comprising the temple and community hall to which is attached a dining room.
|A new Civic centre has been completed at Mount View||
The modern building will be available to the community for live shows, weddings, receptions and other public activities. The main hall seats 800 and can also be used for badminton.
|Fancy dress parade||
50th Anniversary in Verulam
|Mr Amithab Rajbansi||
Mr Rajbansi amongst the audience at an event
|Mr G S Subban||
Mr Subban speaking at the event at the 50th Anniversary in Verulam
Swimming pool in Verulam
|50th Anniversary function in Verulam||
Guest, teachers, students and parents at the 50th Anniversary function in Verulam
|Mr Swigelaar at a fuction in Verulam||
50th Anniversary function in Verulam
|Mr Swigelaar speakeing at the event||
Guest speaker at the 50th Anniversary in Verulam
|Mr Swigelaar presented with a gift||
Presentation of a gift to Mr Swigelaar
|50th Anniversary event in Verulam||
Wyld Memorial School Trust
|50th Anniversary at Verulam||
50th Anniversary at Verulam