|A theological rationale and a call to prayer for the end to unjust rule||
This is a pamphlet containing the statement accepted for distribution by the SACC, April 6, 1985 regarding theological rationale and a call to prayer for the end to unjust rule. It is reproduced in Journal of Theology for South Africa, September 1985.
|ANC Call to the Nation: the future is within our grasp!||
Pamphlet issued by the National Executive Committee of the African National Congress. Call to the nation saying that change in South Africa is moving at a rapid pace and that intensified struggle is necessary.
|Guidelines for constitutional change in South Africa||
Document outlining the basic elements of constitutional change in South Africa, disclosed by Prime Minister P W Botha on 31st July, 1982. Includes diagram of Central Government structure.
|June 16 Memorial service: a theological rationale and a call to prayer for the end to unjust rule||
Pamphlet for the 10 year commemorative June 16 Memorial Service. This pamphlet consists of songs including Nkosi sikekela i-Africa, prayers and sermons.
|Commission for Justice and Reconciliation: economic measures against apartheid and the challenge to the church||
Pamphlet of the Commission for Justice and Reconciliation regarding economic measures such as sanctions, trade embargoes and disinvestment against apartheid and the challenge to the church
|NUSAS talks to the ANC||
Subtitled: Reportback on meeting between the National Union of South African Students and the African National Congress held from Sunday, 31 March to Tuesday, 2 April  in Harare, Zimbabwe.
|Dear Mr State President||
Pamphlet issued by the President of the Methodist Church of Southern Africa to the State President about the State vision of apartheid
|Action for democracy: 1986 NUSAS theme publication|
|An initial response to the Kairos Document||
This is a pamphlet about publicising the Kairos document on November 1985.
|Challenge to the church: a theological comment on the political crisis in South Africa||
Pamphlet about theological comments on the political crisis in South Africa. It consists of a critique of State theology, critique of Church theology, prophetic theology and a challenge to action.
|The declaration to end conscription||
Pamphlet of the SA Catholic Bishops Conference explaining its call for an end to conscription.
|Nyanga east men's hostel: the condition of migrant workers||
Pamphlet about the Nyanga East Men's Hostel Association and their struggle for better living conditions
|Health and health services in the Ciskei||
Community Health Research project on health services and health needs in the Ciskei
|Black Community Programmes Limited: Projects and people||
A pamphlet containing photographs from projects of the Black Community Programmes.The goals of the Black Community Programmes are to help the Black community become aware of its own identity, create a sense of empowerment and to revitalise resources to meet its own needs
|White immigration to South Africa||
Discussion about corporate guilt and corporate responsibility which prevails with regard to White immigration to South Africa from a Christian perspective
|Pass Laws and Influx Control||
Pamphlet regarding Pass Laws and Influx Control and the negative effect these laws have on the African people. The laws are considered to be discriminatory, unjust and dehumising.
|Statements on Black Consciousness and human rights||
The Southern African Catholic Bishops, in their Plenary Session of 4 February 1974, recommended that these pamphlets be studied as part of a pledge of reconciliation, between God and man and between all men, The other two pamphlets, attached to the above pamphlet, were entitled "A call to workers
|Die broederkring van predikante van die Nederduitse Gereformeerde Kerk in Afrika||
Pamphlet, in Afrikaans, discussing the press publicity after announcing their stance in rejecting apartheid as it cannot be reconciled with the Word of God
|Black Ministers of the Dutch Reformed Church: statement on apartheid||
Pamphlet containing a statement by Ministers of the Dutch Reformed Church on their stance in rejecting apartheid as it cannot be reconciled with the Word of God.
|June 12 Movement||
June 12th marked a historic moment in the history of Black students.