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Lesotho Sodepax Commission

  • ZA HPRA AB827
  • Fonds
  • 1970

Lesotho branch of the Committee on society, Development and Peace
"The church and development in Lesotho", report of the Conference at the University of Botswana, Lesotho and Swaziland, 19 June 4 July 1970.

Anglican Church of Southern Africa (ACSA)

Lewis Sowden, Play

  • ZA HPRA A406
  • Fonds
  • undated

'Red Rand: drama in three acts', typescripts, 44 pages

Lewis Sowden

Nandhagopaul Naidoo

  • ZA HPRA A3351
  • Fonds
  • 2000s

The collection relates to the events surrounding the court case MKWAYI & Others, often referred to as "Little Rivonia", as well as the arrest and trial of Nandha Naidoo in the Supreme Court of South Africa. It contains copies of Nandha Naidoo's Security Branch police file and the statement he made to his lawyers.
Also included a copy of the police list of items found at 21 Pearce Street, Doornfontein, the address at which Mac Maharaj stayed at the time and which was published in a book by the Ahmed Kathrada Foundation entitled "Men of Dynamite".
Also included is a recollection of events by Nandha Naidoo entitled "The benefit of hindsight: the challenge of untangling history from legend". Here he relates to the circumstances which led to his arrest and a review of Mac Maharaj's references to him in the former memoirs written by Padraig O'Malley.

Further included an Open Letter to Mac Maharaj, 27 August 2019, and published here in digital format.

Reference is made to collection no. & item AD1901 / 35.2 State v. Nandhagopaul Naidoo in the Supreme Court of South Africa (Witwatersrand Local Division). Records of proceedings, judgement, 1965.

Further reference is made to collection AK2520 Mkwayi & Others, Trial records, 1964, which has been digitised and is fully available online.

Naidoo, Nandhagopaul

Non-European Unity Movement (NEUM)

  • ZA HPRA AD1709
  • Fonds
  • 1945 (1961-1963) - 1971

Contains minutes, reports, addresses on NEUM and the African People's Democratic Union of South Africa, including documents used as exhibits in the case of K. Hassim and others v. The State.


  • Fonds
  • 1980s

This section will contain various publication formats for which Afrapix photographs were used. The cover image depicts the fold-out brochure produced by Afrapix, Co-ordinator Diane Stuart.


Rev. Gustav Theodor Reichelt, Printed works

  • ZA HPRA A521
  • Fonds
  • undated

"The literary works of the foreign missionaries of the Moravian Church", by The Rev. G.Th. Reichelt, of Herrnhut, Saxony.

Translated and annotated by Bishop Edmund de Schweinitz.

Lists printed works of the Moravian Mission in South Africa, mainly produced at the Mission's printing press in Genadendal, „Genadendalse Drukkery“, one of the first printing presses publishing in Afrikaans.

Richard Jeffrey Herd, Scrap book

  • ZA HPRA A578
  • Fonds
  • 1908-1960

Chief Fire Officer, Benoni

Scrap book containing press clippings, letters, photographs, programmes, election pamphlets and personal documents. Refers mainly to fire-fighting, affairs of East Rand and Benoni in particular, boxing and politics.

Herd, Richard Jeffrey

Sarah Anne Le Mesurier, Diary

  • ZA HPRA A26
  • Fonds
  • 19 April 1836 - 26 May 1843

In her diary she describes social activities in India and at the Cape of Good Hope. 44 pages relate to the Cape, where she was married on 19 April 1836, and where she and her husband stayed for two periods from 22 April to the 22 September 1836 and again from 9 February 1839 to the 17 September 1840.

Sarah Anne Le Mesurier

Shooting at Sharpeville: The agony of South Africa, Book

  • ZA HPRA CPSA0003
  • Fonds
  • 1960

The book was written by Ambrose Reeves during his time as Bishop of the Diocese of Johannesburg, with the assistance of Mary Benson and Christian Action, with reference to Jack Halpern. It contains a Foreword by Chief Luthuli.
The book was banned on the 24 February 1961, and included in the "Jacobsens" Index of Objectionable Literature under its titles "Bloedbad in Sharpeville" and "Shooting at Sharpeville. It was unbanned on the 9 January 1987, Government Gazette entry 10578, according to a note on the back cover of one of the books.

Reeves, Bishop Ambrose Richard

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