|Hofmeyr on South Africa's stability|
|It is an obvious fact that who ever took pain to discredit and talk ill of the SSRC||
A handwritten note supporting the Soweto Students Representative Council
|J C Cope's conversation with H|
|J H Hofmeyr|
|Judge De Villiers|
|Justice Schreiner: Johannesburg|
Incomplete handwritten notes by Jack Simons on Leballo and the Pan-Africanist Congress regarding the Organisation of African Unity and the United Front.
|List of Phyllis Naidoo's collection||
List of Phyllis Naidoo Collection
|Main points in Jan H Hofmeyr's addresses to schoolboys|
|Main points in Jan H Hofmeyr's university students|
|Makgato and Batlokwa Removals: Notes to be presented to Dr Piet Koornhof, Minister of Co-operation and Development, at an Interview||
Makgato and Batlokwa Removals: Notes to be presented to Dr Piet Koornhof, Minister of Co-operation and Development, at an Interview on 22 February 1980 discussing forced removals, employment, tribalism, resettlement, housing, migrant labour, homelands.
|Meeting between the African National Congress and the University of Natal||
Documents relating to a meeting between the African National Congress and the University of Natal.
|Meeting of the University of the Western Cape delegation and the African National Congress||
Record of a meeting between the University of the Western Cape delegation and the African National Congress in Lusaka, Zambia, to discuss the South African education crisis.
|Meeting with Roos|
|Members of Balliol College|
|Memorandum submitted to the NWC of the ANC||
Summary by Jack Simons of the memorandum submitted to the National Working Committee of the ANC by the Commonwealth Eminent Persons Group, regarding the position of the South African government on dismantling apartheid.
|Miss M Janisch|
|Miss Nellie Morgan|