AFRICAN NATIONAL CONGRESS
|Sechaba Volume 8 Number 7 July 1974|
|Sechaba Volume 8 Number 8 and 9 August/September 1974|
|Sechaba Volume 9 Number 1 January 1975|
|Sechaba Volume 9 Number 10 October 1975|
|Sechaba Volume 9 Number 11 and 12 November/December 1975|
|Sechaba Volume 9 Number 2 February 1975|
|Sechaba Volume 9 Number 3 March 1975|
|Sechaba Volume 9 Number 4 April 1975|
|Sechaba Volume 9 Number 6 and Number 7 June/July 1975|
|Sechaba Volume 9 Number 8 and 9 August/September 1975|
|Sermon by the ANC Department of Religious Affairs on the occasion of the 75th anniversary of the ANC, January 25, 1987|
|Sharpeville 21 March 1960||
Article regarding the Sharpeville 21 March 1960. 5 000 people gathered at the Sharpeville police station near Johannesburg to start the Pan Africanist Congress campaign as a result 69 people lay dead 180 were wounded.
|Should NUSAS talk to the ANC?||
A pamphlet issued by the National Union of South African Students (NUSAS) at the start of their campaign to find out whether students supported NUSAS representatives meeting with the African National Congress (ANC).
|Sisulu e Kathrada: comrades in arms|
|Solomon Mahlangu Freedom College: Curriculum Vitae of teaching staff||
List of teaching staff at Solomon Mahlangu Freedom College and their qualifications, experience and subjects offered during the period May to July 1981.
|Some Notes on Selby Msimang and the Founding of the ANC|
|South Africa - towards a post-apartheid economy: a Consultative Seminar, Holiday Inn, Harare, 28 April - 1 May 1990||
Programme of seminar organised by the ANC Department of Economics and Planning, Congress of South African Trade Unions and the Economic Trends Group in Harare, 28 April to 1 May 1990. Includes list of participants and papers to be presented.
|South Africa After Mandela|
|South Africa Report||
Handwritten report from an underground operative on discussions with the South African Institute of Race Relations, Unions and detainees about protests, stay-aways, strikes and marches. Also covers the Black Consciousness Movement, Buthelezi, and detentions.
|South Africa's struggle for democracy|