Memorandums

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Memorandum to the Shlebusch [sic] Commission of Enquiry into Certain Organisations on the paper presented to the NUSAS seminar at Botha's Hill by Jonty Driver

Personal comments to the Schlebusch Commission of Inquiry into Certain Organisations by Paul Pretorius, President of the National Union of South African Students, on a paper that had been presented at a NUSAS National Seminar in 1964.

Military and socio-political situation in Mocambique and Angola

Memorandum giving an overview of the political situation in Mozambique and Angola during 1972, with particular reference to terrorist activity.

The Black Worker's Project: A proposal

There is a universal understanding for workers to negotiate in one voice, yet Blacks were refused membership to Trade unions.The complexity of the race situation in South Africa enhanced this gap between the White and BlacK worker.

Memorandum presented by National Union of South African Students to the Select Committee on Certain Organisations - August 1972

Official memorandum presented by the National Union of South African Students to the Select Committee on Certain Organisations, including NUSAS (the Schlebusch Commission of Inquiry). The structure, activities and history of NUSAS are described.

Memorandum: Conference 1972

A SASO memorandum to SRC Presidents, SASO Local Committees, Black Organisations, Overseas Correspondents and others about the proceedings of the 1972 SASO conference

Memorandum on the National Union of South African Students (NUSAS). Part one: NUSAS the trade union

Memorandum on benefits provided by the National Union of South African Students to students. These included medical scholarships, a Prison Education Fund and a loan fund, and travel opportunities.

List of grievances sent by African pupils to the Regional Director of Bantu Education in the Western Cape

A list of grievances sent to the Regional Director of Bantu Education, later published in the Cape Times on 2 December 1976

B P C Organisation

A memorandum presented by Mosibudi Mangena at a meeting of the NEC and Chairmen of BPC Branches, held in Braamfontein, on 9 June 1973, outlining the organisational structure of the Black Peoples Convention.

Culture

Culture in its various manifestations can be used to liberate Black people and this memorandum discusses the importance of Black poetry, literature, music and fine art

Putting the Black Renaissance Convention into correct perspective

A memorandum in response to "biased", mainly press, reports of the Black Renaissance Convention

The trial of SASO/BPC detainees

The trial of 12 SASO and BPC leaders detained since September 1974. The charge sheet consisted of 81 pages. The 12 are accused of participating in terrorist activities in terms of various sections of the Terrorism Act (No 83 of 1967) and General Law Amendment Act (No 56 of 1955)

Black Peoples Convention: Home education service project

Ouline of a project to promote adult literacy among Blacks in South Africa. Iincludes a budget.

The repugnant elements in the Western Culture

The use of White religion and politics to keep Blacks under the supression of the Nationalist government is questioned. It also suggests that the social atmosphere of the Black family setting has been destroyed by a capitalist society.

There is a wave that has been sweeping throughout Azania from the late sixties.

Memorandum introducing members of the Black Peoples Convention. (document may be incomplete)

Commissions presented at 5th General Students' Council of the South African Student's Organization, St Peters Seminary, Hammanskraal, 14-18 January, 1974

The memorandum contains commissions to assess, among others, the theory of the struggle pertaining to the Black culture, the feasibility of research into education suitable for the struggle of students in Universities, and possible student benefits programmes.

Summary of activities taken against the Christian Institute and Spro-Cas between August 1973 and January 1974

Chronology of the Commission of Enquiry into Certain Organizations, which became a parliamentary Commission of Enquiry known as the Schlebusch Commission. Includes the background to the charges laid by the State against Ravan Press in November 1978

Foreign investment

Black Peoples Convention Memorandum on foreign investment

Memorandum on the raising of affiliation fees of the National Union of South African Students

Memorandum giving reasons for the recent increase in affiliation fees to the National Union of South African Students. The projects and expenses of the National Union are listed, as well as the benefits available to students.

Memorandum submitted by the delegation of the African National Congress of South Africa to the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Cuba

Memorandum sent by the African National Congress to the Communist Party and Government of Cuba, requesting financial support for the struggle for liberation in South Africa

Problems of the Congress Movement

A memorandum regarding the African National Congress position in the liberation struggle in South Africa with a call for the strengthening of inter-Congress co-operation at all levels

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