|Two women looking at the exhibition||
Black and white print 12.6 x 8.6cm
|Letter from Ray to Phyllis Naidoo||
Thank you for your letter – cuttings documents very important for our work.
|Letter from Bernhard and Margaret to Phyllis Naidoo||
Thank you so much for your nice letter which we received two days ago.
|Civil Rights League Newsletter, Vol 40 No.2 May 1993|
|Letter from Ray to Phyllis Naidoo and Sukhthi||
Think daily about you. How I wish you could have been with us.
"Women with animal skins on their heads are killing this one for her money"
|Two Zulu women and young child outside hut, 1890||
Black and white print 13.7 x 17.4cm fading
|Costume, Clothing and Design|
|Thanga Dharmalingam Passive Resister||
Women od Passive Resistance
|Women working on the sugar cane plantation||
Painting of women working on the sugar cane plantation
|Women of the Aeroplanes|
|Letters from Flora Nwapa to Bernth Lindfors|
|Why I Write|
|University Report: BBC African Service, no. 147, 1971|
|Notes on Ngoyi|
|Women's Cultural group||
Women's Cultural Group - Rhonda Dylisse, Pupil of the World-famous Ramgopal
|'Sammy and Mary' go to goal : Indian women and South African politics in the 1940's||
A woman should never be independent. Her father has authority over her in childhood, her husband has authority over her in youth, and in her old age her son has authority over her. (Laws of Manu, Tharpar, 1963:473)
|The Glory of Indian Womanhood||
FROM time immemorial Sita, Savitri, Damayanti, Nalayani, Anasuya, and Draupadi have been regarded as sacred ~deals of Indian Womanhood as they are sublime and exemplary- characters who have exalted womanhood to the height of divine perfection.....
|The Changing role of Indian women in South Africa||
THE POSITION OF INDIAN WOMEN AT THE TIME OF THEIR ARRIVAL IN SOUTH AFRICA