|Forms and Processes of African Sculpture|
|Interviews with Five African writers in Texas: Palaver|
|West Indian Gramophone Records in Britain: 1927-1950|
|Girmitya tales : an odyssey||
The British settlers’ (c1840s) saw sugar as a viable export commodity but there was a serious shortage of labour. The fate of the colony “hangs on a thread, the thread is labour (Natal Mercury, April 1859).
|Moshesh (Moshoeshoe I, King of Lesotho)||
Handwritten label on page: "[Nehemia] Moshesh"
Description: A picture of Moshesh or Moshoeshoe I, who was the first paramount chief of the Basuto nation
Ramseyer/ Kruger family papers (KCM 96/2) ;
File 28 ;
|Indian Life and Labour in Natal||
Shelley. In dite course, he became a successful teacher who also gave lectures inaccounting, commerce and mercantile law at the Indian Technical Institute in Durban. His academic distinctions included a teacher's certificate, a Diploma in Commerce and two …
WCP 1051 Zulu homestead on the right with group of seated people in the semi circle, watching two dance groups. during the wedding of the chiefs son.
|Wire bus by Ben Mathopa, 12 years old. Sub B Brandfort O.F.S||
Wire bus by Ben Mathopa, 12 years old . Sub B Brandfort, O.F.S, 26.5.1961
KCAV Basuto. Reitz O.F.S.
|Flowers in jug||
KCAV 2212 Tempera a' Flowers in jug ' St Matthews C.P. School 25.10.1962. Grossert No 1085
|HEALTH PAMPHLET ON CONSUMPTION, ZULU EDITION||
Pamphlet located in File 2 of the Karl Robert Brueckner papers (KCM 91/2/2/6), Campbell Collections.
|South African Communist Party: May Day||
South African Communist Party sticker for May Day
|National Conference, 1983: resolutions adopted||
This is the pamphlet containing resolutions of the National Conference held in 1983 of the South African Council of Churches.
Life histories of families resettled at Waaihoek, Natal after forced removals and evictions. These families were evicted from Stendahl Mission near Weenen and the Sun Valley Estates which surrounded the Stendahl Mission.
|Disinvestment: a challenge to the church||
This is a pamphlet on disinvestment. It consists of a number of articles entitled Why we have disinvested; Meet our demands and we'll oppose sanctions; Sanctions against apartheid; Pressure will help struggle and What the oppressed have to say.
|Sharpeville Day: commemoration meeting||
A pamphlet to publicise a meeting commemorating the Sharpeville massacre which took place on 21 March 1960
|Why do millions of workers reject "Workers Day" and instead celebrate "May Day"?||
A pamphlet issued by NUSAS/ERC looks at the rejection by South Africa's largest trade union federation COSATU of the government declared Workers Day on the first Friday of May instead, demanding to celebrate the internationally proclaimed public holiday known as May Day.
|Hands off the universities: hands off NUSAS: dossier for the press: 26 August 1987||
This is the NUSAS pamphlet. It covers the government attack to the universities and NUSAS opposition to apartheid.
|Emergency convocation of churches in South Africa: package of preparation material||
An Emergency Convocation of Churches was decided upon to work on and develop effective non-violent actions to pressure the government to the negotiation table and for the church to refuse to collaborate with the unjust system of apartheid.
|Constitutional guidelines for a democratic South Africa||
African National Congress Constitutional guidelines for a democratic South Africa. Issued by the ANC in Lusaka.