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Liberalism and the problem of power

The 34th lecture in the Alfred and Winifred Heornle Memorial Lecture series, delivered by Charles Simkins in which he discusses the issues around applying liberal values to the South African political and economic organisation, focussing on the oppressive use of power.

Legitimacy and struggle

Chapter addressing the question of violence and non-violence as an issue for churches in South Africa.

Do Judges speak out?

This address was delivered by Judge Richard Goldstone who describes his speech as

The road to peace: resource material on negotiations

ANC booklet on negotiations. Includes theory on negotiations, the Freedom Charter, the Constitutional Guidelines and the Harare Declaration, and chapters on experiences of negotiations.

Guaranteeing fundamental freedoms in a new South Africa

The 35th lecture in the Alfred and Winifred Hoernle Memorial Lecture series delivered by Chief Justice M M Corbett in Johannesburg on 7 May 1990, in celebrating the Diamond Jubilee year.

The Mandela Document

ANC booklet containing the full text of a document presented by Nelson Mandela to P W Botha in July 1989, stating his views on the armed struggle, relations with the South African Communist Party and majority rule.

What is a constitution?

Booklet published by the African National Congress Constitutional Committee. A discussion document prepared for the Constitutional Committee of the ANC to encourage and promote discussion on the structure and content of a new, non-racial non-sexist and democratic constitution of South Africa.

Race relations survey 1988/89

A survey of race relations in South Africa in 1988/89 and includes chapters on: Health and welfare; Social segregation; Homelands; Population and settlement; Housing; Education; The economy and business; Employment; Labour relations; Government and constitution; Security; Political developments;

Race relations survey: 1987/88

A survey of race relations in South Africa in 1987/88 and includes chapters on: African removals; Population and race classification; Political developments; Transport; Government and constitution; Education; Housing; Religious Organisations; Social segregation; Sport; Employment; Business; Econo

A 70th Birthday Tribute to Oliver Tambo

Booklet to mark Oliver Tambo's 70th birthday.

SWAPO news and views: fighting for freedom and justice in solidarity

SWAPO news and views: fighting for freedom and justice in solidarity. Book discussing: New year messsage to the Namibia people, Comrade Enerst Kadungure calls for solidarity in fight agaist apartheid, Liberal struggle will continue in Namibia etc.

Federation or desolution

The 33rd lecture in the Alfred and Winifred Hoernle Memorial lecture series delivered by Alan Paton in Johannesburg on 23rd May 1985, in which he believes that South Africa should move towards forming a federal constitution and that the" Verwoerdian Utopia has fallen to pieces"; he also challenge

Education is the key to change in South Africa

In this paper, at the the very outset, Bozolli, has expectations of change in the educational pattern as well as change in attitudes. The effects of segregating schools has led to a system of segregated universities in South Africa.

White and Black nationalism, ethnicity and the future of the homelands

This is the twenty-sixth lecture in the Hoernle Memorial Lecture series delivered by Chief M Gatsha Buthelezi who addresses the future of South Africa with regards to separate development for the Blacks and establishing homelands and homeland policies.

Torture in South Africa

This book discusses security law, terrorism Act, and politics generally in South Africa

Moral suasion

This is the 30th lecture delivered by Dr. Hugh Ashton in the Alfred and Winifred Hoernle Memorial Lecture series on january 18, 1978 at the University of Cape Town.

South Africa is coming back: our children

ANC booklet issued during 1979, International Year of the Child. Issues covered include family life under apartheid, child health under apartheid, child farm labour, educational provision for black children in South Africa and the youth in the struggle.

Towards racial justice: will there be a change of heart?

This is the 31st lecture delivered by Alan Paton at the 50th Anniversary Conference of the South African Institute of Race Relations on July 3, 1979 in which the author portrays the social and political injustices in South Africa.

Dead in one's own lifetime

This book contains a collection of papers presented at the NUSAS Art and Liberation Week, held at UCT, 1-4 May 1979.

Die RSA se belange en die RSA-regering se doel, doelstellings en beleid vir orderlike regering

Document, in Afrikaans, about South Africa's national interests and the governments' goals for orderly administration, approved by the Cabinet


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