Title: Transcripts of interviews conducted by Gwendolen M. Carter, 1972-1985
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Title: Transcripts of interviews conducted by Gwendolen M. Carter, 1972-1985
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Creator: Carter, Gwendolen M.
Copyright Date: 1985
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Buntu Mfenyaia--teacher, Inna wants to hire him as development worker--Joberg,1985.
1980-84 spent monitoring social engineering.
Resettlement amounts to genocide.
Roosboom--Enkuvuking: the old and the very young cant survive. After being dumped some
people spend 3 to 6 months just wandering.
There is disorganization of the peasant family and of the community.
Provision of housing depends on the power to vote. That is the power to get people out of
power, if they do not deliver.
We need infrastructural development, dams, roads, etc.
When you get into the homelands sense the feeling of positive resistance.
Sol Mkeeze was shot.
Griffith Mxeigee's mutilated body was found in the Durban stadium, his car in Swqziland.
Rev. Jamie Jawe, Chairman of Boarder Council of Churches, found in his combie, headed toward
East London, with his neck broken no other scratch.
Banishment-Mrs.xMattaxx Mandela, others.
Group Areas--"Soweto in a removal area"
Kalata has died. His son is now having problems in Civic Associations. Fort Kalata. in Craddock.


Sally Eotlana--Johannesberg, 1985
Women must be involved-we went to British Petroleum.
The women wanted to work land so we showed B.P. the plot and the water sourde which was a
trickle of water. B.P. bought a generator and World Vision built a reservoir and theg women
were able to water the garden. They grew sunflowers and produced 34, 65kg, bags which were
sold for 22 rand/bag. The seeds were used to make cooking oil--to make a success of this
kind of enterprise we need to set up marketing cooperatives. Now we are going to grow a
proper vegetable garden.
When the women have a vegetable garden they produce money that goes 1) for food, 2) to repair
machines 3) to buy more seeds.
We have 4 plots now, all in Laboa. 1 has a working well and has water; 1 is at a school and
has a bore hole and fenced area* 2 are in the bush, Brekenbridge, have no water so there is
no production.
In Natal--EkuVu Keni--14 km from Washbank, a resettlement area. S6t up a sewing ciub and
got 4 machines.
& 73 branches of the Black Housewives League.- Involved in candit making, sewing clubs,
gardening. St. Pauls Church has a candle making school. Gave some supplies to take back
and demonstrate. Sally solicited 10,000 rand to buy supplies. The was is imported ftom
Japan azi through SASOL.
Brick making -the mud huts come down in the rain. got advice, bought a mould.




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