Consisting of letters between Stephen Dzivhani and his daughter Ulrica, from 1925 throughout her school years at the Diocesan Training College, Grace Dieu, Pietersburg; St. Peter's Secondary School, Rosettenville and Fort Hare where she obtained her B.A. degree and became a school teacher in Bulawayo.
Her son, Mashudu Steven Dzivhani, studied in Bulawayo, went to Switzerland to do his O levels, with a view to studying medical science. While there he decided to give his life to God and did social work while studying. Other letters deal with Stephen Dzivhani's appointment and teaching at Sibasa Camp School, N. Trans-vaal, his progressive work, his membership and opening ceremony of the Evangelical Lutheran Church where eventually he became a lay preacher; his son, Bennett, who also studied a the Diocesan Training College, Grace Dieu;
Senator William Ballinger states how Mphaphuli African School was established and how it grew, and an appeal for a high school to which the government was opposing, a report by Ballinger to Parliament on 'Representation of Natives' pending the 1954 elections; the building of a school; mass meeting with Chief Mphephuli VII of whose area Dzivhani was secretary as well as the Bantu Authority Council; boundaries; farewell to Native Commissioner, P. J. de Beer by Chief Mphaphuli; a clinic and nurse for Sibasa as well as other clinics to be opened in various areas; inadequate supply of water at Sibasa; requests for violin strings; a spell in Donald Fraser Hospital; Mabel Jackson Haight's visit to S-basa to study the history of the area; Dzivhani's music composition UNISA's one hundred years old' - sent to UNISA with translation and return of poem;
Professor Richard Gray of the School of Oriental and African Studies (University of London) who was now free to return to Venda history; Victor Ralushi, a friend, who passed his B. A. Tripos at Cambridge, doing his Ph. D. in social anthropology at Queen's University, Belfast, and his reference to Dzivhani's book 'Mahosi a Venda' which was translated into English by Dr van Warmelo; vacation course.