|Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to Friends||
I am pleased that you wrote to me but the news it conveyed saddens me. Thumba Pillay sent a message through his daughter who was here on holiday that MJ had died but Patrick's death came as news. I do remember both MJ and Patrick with affection. When I was in S.A.
|Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to Ray||
Terry Bell is a comrade that was in Tanzania and then went sailing round the world. I met him in London. I read him too but missed the Fawu Conference. Whats going on the Trade Union you nurtured Ray?
|Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to Helen||
Thank you so much for your card. Isn't it expensive buying cards and envelopes. Why don't you use an aerogramme or a piece of paper to respond. It should be cheaper? I worry that you have so much to do now that Mike has left you. I still cannot believe this.
|Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to Gutto||
I saw Ngugi in the press presumed and he had come about the same business as Micere. Your country is aflame and my heart bleeds for you. Exile from ones country as we know is awful business.
|Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to Buck||
Tomorrow is your birthday and you will be two years. Your mother tells me that she made yo a VW cake. I do hope it is edible and that you have a wonderful birthday. Your present, a scrap book was to have gone with Peta who was to take Blob to Mutare to celebrate her 80th birthday.
|Letter from Zinhle Moyo to Phyllis Naidoo||
Firstly i would like to thank God who gave me the opportunity to write you one. Don't be surprised by receiving one from me, it's Zinhle of Zimbabwe whom you took with here a photo in Beit-Bridge border town.
|Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to Susan, Bob,Michael, Tim and Amy||
Please note my address. I've lost the box now that I am not practicing Law. This is my home and you are welcome as always to visit, to share a cup of coffee. I cannot remember Jackie and Eric Metzner - What did they do?
|Letter from Kate to Phyllis Naidoo||
This holiday season let us believe that together we can make a difference. Peace on earth and goodwill to all. Thank you so much for your letter of the 23rd January, 1997 which arrived today. I doubt very much whether this will reach you before you leave on the 13th February.
|Letter from Helga and Gunter Reichow to Phyllis Naidoo||
We wish you a very and a ' happy Christmas, successful New Year. That you don't forget our faces. Another year has nearly passed. Now we are back in Berlin. Since 1 year and 9 month and we are slowly getting used to life here. It took actually longer than we thought Berlin has changed a lot.
|Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to Benedicte||
Please note my address. Ive lost the box now that I am not practicing law. This is my home and you are welcome as always. Who are all these strange faces you send me. I know Insunn. The little one cannot be Marit. She should be 10 now. Who are the others Kristin and Eirik.
|Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to Zinhle||
Just had your letter of the 7th April, 1997, for which many thanks. I am very sorry that you lost your sister in Bulawayo. Do you know what she died of? How old was she? I think you are under the impression that I am a rich woman who can pay the sum of R50.00 for your passport.
|Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to Friends||
Today is a holiday since Freedom Day was A Sunday, yesterday. Business is complaining about too many holidays. We have May Day - (Labour) coming up on Thursday. Only 3 working days in a week? They do not complain with 5 days for test cricket.
|Letter from Titus Moetsabi to Phyllis Naidoo||
Dear Aunt Phyll - teacher, friend, mum! I can not postpone anymore writing to you. How are you? I believe you are still working hard, which you must not do always, to safeguard the ideals for which centuries of strugglers stood up for.
|Letter from Pat to Phyllis Naidoo||
Sorry to have missed you on your very brief trip to Zim to say welcome to Louise Jay. He's very sweet, i saw him for the first time just before Christmas. We are all fine and don't need to tell you too much as you'll have all news from mom.
|Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to Anton Harber||
I have read the account of your resignation and your move to radio. I want to wish you well. Success seems always to sound in money. You are successful if you are making money. I wish you will produce quality, sensitive radio taking cognizance of the needs of various groups.
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