UNIVERSITY OF FORT HARE

UNIVERSITY LIBRARY

ANC ARCHIVES

BATLAGE TRUST, (Code: BaT )

 

RECORDS, 1970 – 1990
(bulk dates, 1984 – 1989)
26 Boxes (. linear meters)

ACQUISITION: ANC Archive Committee

ACCESS: The collection is open

PHOTOGRAPHS: None

VISUAL MATERIAL: None

AUDIO MATERIAL: None

PRINTED MATERIAL: None

COPYRIGHT: ANC Archive Committee

PROCESSED BY: Reprocessing: arrangement and description done by
Mosoabuli Maamoe, August 1999

REVISED BY: Africa Media Online (Nelly Nxumalo and Kulu Mushaka) October 2017

 

Historical background on Batlagae Trust

The Batlagae 1 Trust was set up in 1991 by the Oversight Committee of the NCCR 2, the organisation was established by the Liberation Movements and the South Africa Council of Churches to assist with the re-integration of political exiles after the unbanning of the Liberation Movements in 1990.

While the general re-integration of returnees was the responsibility of the NCCR and the UNHCR, the Batlagae Trust was given responsibility for educational re-integration of returnees.

The Trust’s terms of reference were:
• To set up and administer a bursary programme that would provide financial and welfare support for returnee scholars at all levels of study.
• To establish a reception centre with educational facilities for repatriated children who could not be located with parents and families and
• To facilitate the return of educational archives from abroad and to set up research projects on educational institutions established by the liberation movements in the countries of exile.

The trustees were drawn from the Liberation Movements and the Churches. John Samuel represented the ANC, Michael Corke, the principal of St. Barnabas College, was the Chairperson of the Board from 1991 to 1998. Since then Barbara Watson has replaced him. John Samuel and other members of the original Board have resigned and have been replaced by others.3

Mohammed Tikly served as Executive Director of the Trust from 1991 to 1995. During this period the Trust’s staff complement of six Johannesburg-based workers, implemented the following activities:
• The bursary programme
• The Yeoville Community School
• The Yeoville Educational Polyclinic
• The SOMAFCO Archives Project
• The SOMAFCO Research Project

Bursary Programme

Between 1992 and 1996 bursaries were provided for approximately ten thousand learners ranging form nursery to postgraduate level. Beneficiaries were drawn across the whole country.

In addition to receiving funds for fees, books and transport, bursary holders were also given assistance in instances where their foreign qualifications were not recognised in South Africa, often due to biased criteria used by previous dispensation.

The Yeoville Community School

To integrate the large number of very young returnee children, particularly those from the nursery and primary section of the Solomon Mahlangu Freedom College (SOMAFCO), the Batlagae Trust established the Yeoville Community School in Johannesburg from 1993 to 1995. Approximately 200 of the school’s intake were returnees while other disadvantaged children from the inner city; Soweto and Alexandra were also enrolled.

The former Transvaal Department of Education bore the basic costs, such as, staff salaries, while the Batlagae Trust was responsible for renting the premises and maintaining the former exiled pupils. From 1995, the Gauteng Department of Education took full responsibility for the school.

The Yeoville Educational Polyclinic

The early 1990’s were characterised by politically motivated violence and instability. Returnees, particularly the young, experienced trauma and stress which often affected their learning. The Batlagae Trust established the Yeoville Educational Polyclinic between 1993 and 2000 to provide psychological and academic support to returnees and other disadvantaged learners from pre-school to high school level in the Johannesburg area. Returnee children in other parts of the country were provided with funds to obtain psychological and academic support. The polyclinic had units for occupational therapy, remedial therapy and psychological counselling.

The SOMAFCO Archives Project

At the request of the ANC, the Batlagae Trust facilitated the transfer in 1992 of documentation and artefacts from SOMAFCO in Tanzania to the University of Fort Hare to form part of the ANC Archives.

The SOMAFCO Collection forms a rich history of the period of Somafco’s existence from 1978 to 1992 and exemplifies the determination and resilience of many thousands of political exiles that struggled against the apartheid system.

The trust took responsibility for the initial processing of the SOMAFCO Collection at Fort Hare by funding the salary for two years of Mosoabuli Maamoe, who served as librarian/Archivist at SOMAFCO prior to his return to South Africa.

The SOMAFCO Research Project

Also at the request of the ANC, the Batlagae Trust launched the SOMAFCO Research Project to capture the history of SOMAFCO and assess the impact Somafco had on those who were learners or workers there, as well as on Tanzanians.

In 1997, the Batlagae Trust commissioned the University of Fort Hare’s Govan Mbeki Research and Resource Centre to write a book on the History of SOMAFCO. Professor Sean Marrow and two postgraduate scholars, Brown Maaba and Loyiso Pulumani, have produced a 200-page manuscript entitled Education in Exile: SOMAFCO, the African National School in Tanzania, 1978 – 1992. The Human Sciences and Research Council (HSRC) will publish the book, and it features in their 2003/4 catalogue of publication. The National Minister of Education, Professor Kadar Asmal, has written a foreword on the book. The book is intended to be launched on 6 April 2004, which will coincide with the anniversary of the execution of Solomon Mahlangu.

The researchers used the SOMAFCO Collection available at the University of Fort Hare for their research. Apart from using the SOMAFCO Collection they also carried out a wide-ranging programme of oral interviews with ex-students, teachers and administrators of SOMAFCO, as well as with Tanzanian officials and local people who lived around the school and around the Dakawa and Mazimbu settlements. These interviews comprise a unique repository of material in SOMAFCO

Funds

The Nordic States provided the lion’s share of the Trust’s funds. The remaining came from external NGO’s and a few South African Donors. Between 1992 and 1995, the Trust received approximately R30 million. It still has a residue of funds for the oversight of the SOMAFCO Archives and the SOMAFCO Research Project.

The Bursary Programme and the Yeoville Educational Polyclinic are closed while the Yeoville Community School is now a regular state school. The Batlagae Trust does not have any full time employees but maintains the oversight of the SOMAFCO Collection at Fort Hare and the SOMAFCO Research Project with the remaining funds at disposal.
In 2002, the Trust commissioned Alpheus Manghezi and Mohammed Tikly to visit SOMAFCO, to report on its two Settlements, Dakawa and Mazimbu, and to assess the ANC legacy. Their report is in Box 22 folder 33.

 

Scope and Content Note

The Batlagae Trust underlines its activities of financial and welfare support and assistance for the returnees from exile. However it also offered financial supports to those who remained behind and who were from disadvantaged backgrounds that could not support their studies. The Batlagae Trust did not only offer financial and welfare support, it also had other projects that were aimed at improving educational needs of learners, encouraging and improving research. Its Bursary Programme, Yeoville Community School, Yeoville Educational Polyclinic, SOMAFCO Archives Project and SOMAFCO Research Project outline this.

In arranging these records we used a format methodology instead of arranging them by their content. The reason we did this is because the quantity of the contents was too small that it could not form or justify a series. There are six series (I) Correspondence, (II) Discussion Documents, (III) Financial Documents, (IV) Minutes of Meetings, (V) Photographs and (VI) Reports. The Correspondence series has been arranged alphabetically according to the activities and function of Batlagae. Most of the correspondence is between Batlagae and the donors and some institutions that were funded by the Trust. This series has 111 folders covering, the years 1991 to 1999; they are in box 1 to 12.

Discussion Documents series contains papers on Education in South Africa between 1991 and 1994; it has 13 folders and they are box 13.

Financial Documents series contains financial records of the Batlagae between 1992 – 1996. These documents relates to funds that were donated by various donors, funds that were given to various institutions and/or individuals by the Trust as well as cashbooks. These documents contain 32 folders in box 14 to 15. Folder 1 and 4 are in box 16 that is an oversize box.

Minutes of Meeting series consists 28 folders box 17 and 18, between 1991 and 1994. The material in this series consists mainly of minutes of the Batlagae Board of Trustees and some from the donors.

Photographs and postcards are in box 16 and they are various pictures of people and the surroundings from SOMAFCO. They date between 1977 and 1989. The photographers are Eli Weinberg, William Van Harderwijk and Bert Zijlma as well as from IDAF.

The Report series have 105 folders and they are in boxes 19 to 26. This series consist mainly of meetings that the Board of Trustees had and that of different donors and organisations as well as institutions.

The records of Batlagae were in some order and we kept and followed the order that they were in, however, in some instances there was no order, and we had to put those documents in an orderly manner in the series and arrange them chronological.

Although the Batlagae records are supposedly about the activities of the Trust about 30 percent of the documents do not relate to the activities of the Trust. For instance in each series there are documents from Dakawa and Mazimbu, Khuphuka Step, Youth Education Trust and the African National Congress. These records were integrated with the Batlagae records because Mohammed Tikly, the Executive Director of Batlagae Trust was involved in the activities of these organisations at the same time as he was the Executive Director. His activities in these institutions and organisations ran at the same period as the Batlagae Trust, and their documents reflect this.

 

Acronyms

ANC – African National Congress
APHEDA – Australian People for Health Education and Development Abroad
BCSA – Bursary Council of South Africa
CORPSE – Cooperazione per llo Sviluppo dei Paesi
ISF – International Solidarity Foundation
JEP – Joint Enrichment Project
KFS – Kofinanzierungsstelle Fur Entwicklungszusammanrbeit
KWSC – Kangwane Work Study Centre
MFA – Ministry of Foreign Affairs
NCCR – National Coordinating Committee for the Repatriation of South African Exiles
NPA – Norwegian People’s Aid
PENTECH – Peninsula Technikon
SACC – South African Council of Churches
SAAIS- South African Association of Independent Schools
SAEU – South African Extension Unit
SARP – South African Return Programme
SIDA- Swedish Development Agency
SOMAFCO – Solomon Mahlangu Freedom College
UN – United Nations
UNEPTSA – United Nations Educational and Training Programme for South Africa
UNHCR – United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees
UNICEF – United Nations Children’s Funds
VTC – Vocational Training Centre
WUS – World University Service
YCS – Yeoville Community School
YEP – Yeoville Educational Polyclinic
YET – Youth Education Trust

 

Series I – Correspondence

Box 0001
0001. Acknowledgment of Donations, 1992
0002. APHEDA/AIDAB, 1993-1995
0003. ANC Regional Education Office, 1993

 

Sub-series:  ANC Scholarship Programme

0004. Nigeria, 1993 – 1994
0005. Tanzania/Uganda, 1993
0006. Zambia, 1993 – 1994
0007. Zimbabwe, 1993 – 1994

 

Sub-series: Batlagae Trust Proposal

0008. 1991-1992 (I) 1979 , 1993 , n.d
0009. 1991-1992 (ii)
0010. Bristol Anti-Apartheid Movement, 1992 – 1995
0011. Bursary Council of South Africa, 1990-1994

Box 0002
0012. Camden Anti-Apartheid Group, 1992 – 1993
0013. Centre Against Apartheid, 10 June 1992
0014. Centre for Community Development, 1994
0015. Correspondence with different donors, 1994
0016. Closure of Batlagae Trust, 1994 – 1995

 

Sub-series: Dakawa/Mazimbu

0017. Funding, 1991-1992
0018. General Correspondence, 1991-1992
0019. Maintenance Unit, 1992-1993
0020. Management Committee, 1992
0021. Projects in Mazimbu/Dakawa

Box 0003
0022. Repatriation of SOMAFCO Children and Students, 1991
0023. Salaries Budget, 1991
0024. Tanzania, 1990- 1993
0025. Termination of ANC Activities in Tanzania and transfer of ANC
property to the Tanzania Government, 1992
0026. VTC – Dakawa, 1992
0027. DANCHURCHAID, August 1993
0028. Deloitte and Touche, 1993-1994
0029. Elev Organisation, 1991 – 1992, 1994
0030. Establishment of Yeoville Community School, n.d, 1992-1995
0031. FINNIDA, 1991-1994

Box 0004
0032. FRESA/MATLA Trust, 1991-1994
0033. Funds withheld by donors, 1992,1994
0034. IIEP Education Management Training Programme, 1994
0035. Interfund, 1993-1994
0036. Intersolid, 1993-1994
0037. Italian Bursary Programme,1993 , 1994
0038. Jerry Grain Memorial Fund, 1994 – 1995
0039. Joint Enrichment Project, n.d., 1992 – 1993
0040. KFS, 1992 – 1995
0041. Komittee Zuidelijk Africa (Holland Commission on Southern
Africa), 1992-1994 , n.d
0042. Letters written by individuals to the Batlagae Trust, 1994 – 1995
0043. Liivha School, 1991 – 1994

Box 0005
0044. Meeting between Batlagae and the Minister of Education and
Culture, 1992
0045. Msimang, Mendi, 1993

 

Sub-series: National Co-ordinating Committee for the Repatriation of S.A.Exiles

0046. 1991-1992
0047. 1993-1994
0048. Netherlands Anti-Apartheid Movement, 1992 – 1993
0049. NOD/Interfund, 1991-1993
0050. Norwegian People’s Aid Funding, 1992 – 1995
0051. Official Opening of the ANC Archives, 1996
0052. PENTECH, 1992-1994

 

Sub-series: Phambili High School

0053. 1993-1994
0054. 1992-1993

Box 0006
0055. Project Management Unit, 1990 055A Project Proposal for
counseling/bursary assistance , 1991-1992
0056. Rotterdam City Council, 1992 – 1994
0057. SACHED Trust, 1992

 

Sub-series: SIDA

0058. Assistance to Batlagae 1992-1993
0059. Assistance to Batlagae 1993-1994
0060. 1994-1995

 

Sub-series: SOMAFCO Research Project

0061. 1993
0062. 1996
0063. South African Association of Independent Schools, 1993
0064. South African Council of Churches, 1993-1994

 

Sub-series: South African Extension Unit

0065. n.d., 1992

Box 0007
0066. 1993 – 1994
0067. 1994
0068. South African/Netherlands Schools Twinning Project, 1993
0069. Tikly Mohammed and Corke Michael, 1991 – 1994
0070. Tikly, Mohammed and Leslie Gumbi, n.d., 1992 – 1993
0071. Tikly, Mohammed and Mogale, Mphahlele, 1992
0072. The Trauma Centre for Victims of Violence and Torture,
1993-1994

 

Sub-series: UNESCO – UNDP

0073. No.1 1992-1993
0074. No.1 1993

Box 0008
0075. No.2 1991 –1992
0076. No.2 1993-1994
0077. 1993-1994
0078. UNICEF, 1992-1995
0079. UNEPTSA, 1994
0080. UNHCR/PARINAC, 1993-1994
0081. UNHCR/DAFI Programme, 1992-1993
0082. Violet Day Care Centre, n.d., 1993

 

Sub-series: World University Service Project Applications

Box 0009
0083. N.d.
0084. N.d, 1991-1992
0085. 1992 (i)
0086. 1992 (ii)
0087. 1993-1994
0088. Launch of WUS in S.A, 1992

Box 0010
0089. SARP proposal, 1992-1993
0090. Structure of the WUS
0091. W.K. Kellogg Foundation, 1992-1995

 

Sub-series: Youth Education Trust

0092. Board of Trustees: memorandums and reports, 1992-1993
0093. Foundation for Education with Production, 1993
0094. General Correspondence, 1993-1994

Box 0011
0095. Independent Development Trust, 1991-1992
0096. Interfund contracts, 1991-1993
0097. Kagiso Trust, 1992-1993
0098. Kangwane Work Study Centre, 1991-1993
0099. Khumbula Work Study Centre, 1991-1993
0100. Legal Matters, 1990-1993
0101. Legal Matters, n.d.

Box 0012
0102. Liberty Life Foundation, 1992-1993
0103. Mthimba Work Study Centre, 1993 , n.d 1992,1991
0104. Parents Committee on the KWSC crisis, 1992
0105. Sweden Legation, 1993

 

Sub-series: Yeoville Education Polyclinic

0106. Document on day-to-day running of the Centre, 1993-1994
0107. General Correspondence, 1994-1995
0108. NEDCOR, 1993-1994
0109. Referrals

 

Sub-series: SOMAFCO Archives Project

0110. n.d., 1992 – 1995
0111. 1996 – 1999

 

Series II – Discussion Documents

Box 0013
0001. ANC Commission for Museums, Monuments and Herald
Conference Presentation, 1993
0002. Archives Committee, n.d., 1993
0003. Briefing document on Yeoville Educational Polyclinic, n.d.
0004. Commission of Inquiry in Zimbabwe Student’s Support, 1994,
n.d 1993, 1991
0005. Education in Transition, 1991
0006. Education Papers, 1993 – 1994
0007. Education with Production, 1993
0008. Establishment of Yeoville Educational Polyclinic, n.d.,
1992 – 1993
0009. Mazimbu/Dakawa handover, 1992
0010. Nordic Days’ work Operation, 1992
0011. Paper on difficulties that exiled students faced, 1992
0012. UN Windhoek Seminar, 1992
0013. Utilising Development and Political Process to Entrench Rights
of Women, 1992

 

Series III – Financial Documents

Box 0014
0001. Analysis Book
0002. ANC Budget Proposal to the Norwegian Government Budget
Period, 1992
0003. ANC Proposed Budget and Project Proposals, 1992
0004. Annual Financial Statements and Audit, 1992-1993, 1996
0005. Bank Reconciliation and Ledger Book, 1991 – 1992
0006. Budgets, 1992-1995
0007. DANIDA Interfund Financial Reports, 1994,1995
0008. Discussion Documents on Tertiary Funding, n.d.
0009. Donor Agreements and Financial Statements, 1992-1993
0010. Disbursement of Funds, 1992
0011. Education Liaison National Office and Financial Statements,
1989-1990
0012. Funding Analysis, 1993-1995
0013. Funding Documents, 1990-1994

Box 0015
0014. Income and Expenditure Statements, 1992 -1994
0015. KFS Financial reports, 1992-1995

 

Sub-series: Norwegian People’s Aid

0016. Allocation of Funds to the ANC, 1993
0017. Funding Proposal to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, 1993
0018. Funding, 1994
0019. Ministry of Foreign Affairs and NPA budget report, 1993
0020. Ministry of Foreign Affairs Report on the Batlagae Trust
Activities, 1993
0021. Phambili High School Annual Financial Statements, 1991,1992
0022. Revised Operational Plan, 1995
0023. SARP Financial Report, 1991 – 1993
0024. SIDA Funding of ANC Scholars in Zimbabwe and Tanzania,
1993
0025. World University Service of South Africa, 1992

Sub-series:Youth Education Trust

0026. Budget, n.d., 1991-1994
0027. Financial Statements, 1992-1993
0028. Statement of Account from Chris matters and Associates, 1992
0029. Yeoville Educational Polyclinic, n.d., 1993

 

Series V – Minutes of Meetings

Box 0016
0001. A Framework for Danish Transitional Assistance, 1993
0002. AABN, WAGENING, LYCEUM, STIFTING,
PROJEKTKOPPELING, GRONINGEN – SOMAFCO
Funds, 1993

 

Sub-series: Board of Trustees

0003. 1991 – 1992, 1994 – 1995
0004. 1994 – 1996
0005. Bursary Council of South Africa, 1991 – 1994
0006. Committee Members, 1994
0007. Education Revival and Support, 1991
0008. External Committee of SAAIS
0009. Joint Batlagae Trust/Yeoville Polyclinic, 1993 – 1994

 

Sub-series: Dakawa/Mazimbu

0010. Development Management Unit, 1991
0011. Joint Working Committee on the handing over of ANC Property
to the Tanzanian Government, 1991, 1992 n.d
0012. Maintenance Management Committee, 1992
0013. MFA/Norway

Box 0017
0014. NCRC co-operation with UNICEF, 1992
0015. Oversight Committee, 1991
0016. Socio-Development Memorandum, 1991
0017. South African Council of Churches, 1993
0018. Staff Meeting, 1992 – 1995
0019. Task Force 1991
0020. Task Force, 1992
0021. TCRS, 1991
0022. Treasury Secretariat and Danida, 1992
0023. Working paper for the Annual meeting between the Royal
Norwegian of Foreign Affairs and the ANC, 1993
0024. World University Service Advisory Board, 1990 – 1991

 

Sub-series: Yeoville Educational Polyclinic

0025. n.d., 1993
0026. 1993

 

Sub-series: Yeoville Educational Trust

0027. 1992 – 1993
0028. 1992 – 1993

 

Series IV – Photographs/Postcards

Box 0018
0001. Eli Weinberg, William Van Harderwijk, and Bert Zijlma
photographs of Somafco, 1977, 1979 – 1984, 1989
0002. Postcards, Stories and Poetry written by children for the
International Children’s Day, 1987
0003. SOMAFCO Secondary Art Work, 1989
0004. WUS – SA Committee’s Minutes , 1992

 

Series VI – Reports

Box 0019
0001. Agreement between ANC and ISF on the Vuyisile Mini Furniture
factory, 1992
0002. Donors’ Conference, 1991
0003. Policy statement on ANC Projects
0004. Scholarship Programme in Tanzania and Uganda, 1993
0005. Students in Nigeria, 1995
0006. Survey of ANC Scholarship Programme in Tanzania and
Uganda, 1993
0007. Vocational Training Center, n.d., 1988-1992
0008. Agreement between Batlagae and DANCHURCHAID, 1992
0009. A review of Swedish support to the Education of South Africans,
1994
0010. Art and Culture Curriculum Development Project, 1991
0011. Batlagae Trust Annual General reports, 1992,1994-1995
0012. Board of Trustees, n.d., 1992-1994
0013. Briefing Documents on Batlagae Trust, n.d.
0014. British Anti-Apartheid Movement Report on the Expenditure of
Funds by the Batlagae Trust, 1993
0015. Bristol AAM-Annual report, 1995

 

Sub-series: Community Based Education Programme Trust

Box 0020

0016. 1992-1993
0017. 1994
0018. Contract Agreement with various Institutions and Departments,
1992-1993
0019. Contract Agreement between the National Co-coordinating
Committee for Repatriation of South African Exiles and
Batlagae Trust, 1992-1993

 

Sub-series: Dakawa/Mazimbu

0020. Anecdotes, 1992, 1978, 1979, 1991 n.d
0021. Booklet on the opening of SOMAFCO, 1985
0022. COPSE, 1991
0023. Dakawa Art and Craft Project, 1993

Box 0021
0024. Dakawa Vocational Training Center, 1993
0025. Dakawa-Mazimbu Task Force, 1991-1992 (1)
0026. Dakawa-Mazimbu Task Force, 1991-1992 (2)
0027. DanChurchAid reports on Mazimbu/Dakawa, 1992-1993
0028. DanChurchAid/Nordic Operation Dayswork, 1993-1995
0029. Evaluation report on the DANCHURCHAID support to the ANC
centers, 1993
0030. Maps, assets lists, fact finding.1992

Box 0022
0031. Resolutions passed by the Board of the Trustees of SAEU Trust,
1995
0032. SOMAFCO, n.d., 1991, 1978 , 1979, 1992
0033. SOMAFCO Research Project. 1992-1994, 2002
0034. South Africa Extension Unit Evaluation.1992
0035. South African Extension Unit.1993-1995
0036. The future of Mazimbu farm post ANC.1992
0037. Deed of Trust and Amended Deed of Trust, 1991 – 1994
0038. Deloitte and Touche Auditor’s report, 1993 – 1994

 

Sub- Series: Donors

0039. 2nd Progress report to the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs,
1992
0040. Africa Fund on the Utilisation of the Batlagae Trust Grant, 1993
0041. Bursary Council of South Africa- Strategic Approach, n.d
0042. Bursary Council of South Africa Director’s Report, 1994
0043. Bursary Council of South Africa US Trip report, 1994
0044. Bursary Council of South Africa Constitution
0045. Education Support Project, 1990

Box 0023
0046. Enquiry into South African Students Sponsored by Norwegian
People’s Aid,1995
0047. FRESA/MATLA reports, 1992-1994
0048. Grass Educare Trust, 1992
0049. Half yearly report to Donor, 1992
0050.A journal of SOMAFCO, vol.1 no.2/3, 4 and 6
0051. KFS ASCOP/SASET Bursary Programme, 1993 – 1994
0052. Mid-Year report of Disbursement of Funds from UNHCR
Administered on behalf of the NCCR by the Batlagae Trust,
1992
0053. NCCR/Batlagae Trust Contract Agreement for Administering the
UNHCR Funds, n.d, 1993
0054. Nordic Operation Dayswork and DanChurchAid Bursary
Programme, 1991 -1994
0055. Norwegian People’s Aid report on the ANC Students, 1994
0056. Norwegian Foreign Ministry Support for the Batlagae Trust,
1994
0057. Norwegian People’s Aid: Third Term Consultation, 1991
0058. Progress reports to SIDA, 1992
0059. Progress reports to the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs,
1992
0060. SIDA proposals and reports, 1993-1995
0061. Summary of Decisions between ANC, TCRS and DCA, 1991

Box 0024
0062. Swedish Legation Reports and Budget Proposal, 1993
0063. Third World Centre on the 1994 Donation to the Batlagae Trust,
1994
0064. United Nations Agencies, 1992
0065. W.K. KELLOGG Foundation: Deed of Trust, n.d
0066. Executive Director’s reports, 1991 – 1994
0067. Grace College, n.d., 1991
0068. Guidelines for Bursary Administration, n.d

 

Sub-series: Khuphuka Step

0069. n.d, 1991 – 1992
0070. 1992
0071. 1993 – 1994
0072. List of Institutions Funded by Batlagae Trust, 1992, 1993
0073. Management reports, 1991-1994

Box 0025
0074. Oversight Committee, 1991
0075. Phambili High School: Social Worker’s reports 1992-1994
0076. Project Proposal for the Vosloorus Community Library, 1991
0077. Proposal to World Vision, 1993
0078. Proposal for the External Bursary Programme, n.d., 1991, 1993
0079. Project Proposal Education for Returnee Children, 1992
0080. Proposal and Remarks Relating to the Lima Declaration, n.d.
0081. Quartely reports and updates on education in Uganda, 1993
0082. Reports on various visits, 1993
0083. Resettlement and Integration of Exiles, n.d.
0084. Statements on Batlagae Trust, n.d.
0085. Status report of the Maintenance Management Committee, 1992
0086. South African Return Programme Progress Report, n.d
0087. South African Internal Programme-project summaries,
1990-1992
0088. Stitching Amsterdam Draagt ‘n Steentje Bij By The Batlagae
Trust, n.d.
0089. Visit to Harare, 1994
0090. Western Cape Education Task Force, 1991

 

Sub-series: World University Service

0091. South African Advisory Board on Travels to India, 1992
0092. South African National Committee Report, 1992

 

Sub-series: Yeoville Community School

0093. Scheme of work, n.d.
0094. Workshop reports, 1993, 1994

 

Sub-series: Youth Education Trust

Box 0026
0095. Agreements and Contracts, 1991-1993
0096. Board of Trustees Memorandums and reports, 1992-1993
0097. Kangwane Work and Study Centre, 1991-1994, 1990, 1995, n.d
0098. Policy Documents, n.d, 1991-1993
0099. Proposals for Funding and Donors Conference, 1992-1993
0100.Yeoville Educational Polyclinic Annual report, n.d, 1993,1995
0101. Zimbabwe Students, 1994, 1993, n.d