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The collection consists of edited transcripts of oral history interviews that were collected by the Forced Migration Studies Programme from victims of xenophobic violence in May 2008. A programme of…
A newspaper focused on the native peoples of South Africa from the 1930s later called "Light: Ku Vonakala ka Va Tonga"
A newspaper focused on the native peoples of South Africa from the 1930s - Light: Ku Vonakala ka Va Tonga, previously known as Valdezia Bulletin
The collection includes intersting papers such as a Bantu Eisteddfod certificate, cenus of the Union of South Africa, publications, photographs commemorating the completion and translation of the Tsonga Bible, etc