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Race attitudes and education

The second in a series titled Hoernle Memorial Lecture, which was delivered by E G Malherbe, who held the position of Principal of Natal University College at the time.

Profile, Namibia

Profile, Namibia .Booklet discussing: basic facts, churches, resources, chronology, political development and economic situations.

Namibia resource package

Namibia resource package, produced by the SACBC peace and war committee, Cape democrats Namibia information group and Namibia solidarity committee Western cape including contents, 1 General overview profile on Namibia, 2 Military rule history of military conflict, 3 Economy and living standard ov

United Democratic Front demands unshackle Mbeki

A booklet about the release of Govan Mbeki. On the 5th November at the age of 77 Mbeki walked free after 23 years on Robben Island.

The United Democratic Front one million signature campaign

Booklet discussing the United Democratic Front one million signature campaign

Inligting gids vir SWAPO kiesers

Booklet containing the information guide for voters of SWAPO general comments regarding the election procedure.

Workers demand a living wage

A booklet created by the Commercial Catering and Allied Workers Union of South Africa (CCAWUSA) which explains how companies are controlled and how shareholders get money from shares. It also talks about workers demands, the increase of the wages and their rights to strike.

Christian principles and race problems

This was the first lecture in a series of the Hoernle Memorial Lectures delivered by Jan H. Hofmeyr, who was subsequently a student of Professor Hoernle at the South African College back in 1908.

Christian principles and race problems

This was the first lecture in a series of the Hoernle Memorial Lectures delivered by Jan H. Hofmeyr, who was subsequently a student of Professor Hoernle at the South African College back in 1908.

Race attitudes and education

The second in a series titled Hoernle Memorial Lecture, which was delivered by E G Malherbe, who held the position of Principal of Natal University College at the time.

"Are there South Africans?"

The twentieth Alfred and Hoernle Memorial Lecture delivered by Sir Keith Hancock in which the title of his talk questions the integrative or disintegrative trend of politics including the elements of South African life.

Education and race relations in South Africa: the interaction of educational policies and race relations in South Africa

This is the eleventh address in Heornle Memorial Lecture series delivered by T.B. Davie, on the changing relations between the State and the schools and universities, with discussion on how politics,and racial and national policies have influenced higher education in South Africa.

A survey of race relations in South Africa: 1954-1955

A survey of race relations in South Africa in 1954 and 1955 and includes chapters on: Policies and attitudes; The role of the SA Institute of Race Relations; Joint Councils and study circles; Constitution and powers of Parliament; Registration and control of the population; Matters affecting spec

Prejudice in modern perspective

The twelfth in the Hoernle Memorial Lecture delivered by Professor Dordon W Allport and centres around the subject of prejudices be it a "love prejudice" or "hate prejudice", which can be prejudiced for or against an object. As defined from the writings of St.

Strategy and tactics of the African National Congress

Booklet containing the strategy and tactics of the ANC, adopted at the Morogoro Conference in Tanzania in 1969. Analyses the history of the movement, the forces at work in Southern Africa as a whole and the future of the struggle.

Enlightened self-interest and the liberal spirit

The paper discusses how by placing together of self-interest and the liberal spirit might not be beneficial to the liberation struggle and to South Africans on the whole. The relationship between the individual and the state is discussed.

Enlightened self-interest and the liberal spirit

Alfred and Winifred Hoernle Memorial lecture.The paper discusses how by placing together of self-interest and the liberal spirit might not be beneficial to the liberation struggle and to South Africans on the whole. The relationship between the individual and the state is discussed.

Freedom and state security in the South African plural society

This paper tries to iron out the concerns of the government and its citizens regarding security and freedom with respect to individual freedom, been expressed in legal constitutional language, in a plural society meaning a society with deep racial and cultural cleavages.

Some reflections of civilisation in Africa

The eighth address in the Hoernle Memorial Lecture series delivered by Herbert Frankel in which he reflects on civilisation and society in Africa and his belief is that, one of the marks of civilisation, is the ability of people in society to work together effectively; as social co-operation.

Freedom and state security in the South African plural society

This paper tries to iron out the concerns of the government and its citizens regarding security and freedom with respect to individual freedom, been expressed in legal constitutional language, in a plural society meaning a society with deep racial and cultural cleavages.

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