|Southern Africa: the big question-mark for the OAU||
This challenging statement on the question of territorial and organizational unity in Southern Africa is long overdue for public debate.
|Africa and Marxism-1||
Are African Nationalism and Marxism mutually exclusive?
|Marxism through African eyes||
The rigidity of the Marxist attitude has led Marxists into a large dose of self deception, and may in the future lead to dangerous misunderstandings.
|Comment: Black solidarity is not racialism||
|The two moralities||
Apartheid's hostility to the non-tribal African and the cultural amalgam assumes a new significance against the background of the growing African emphasis on humanism, and the existence of potential allies throughout the world.
|The new economic orders||
The choice before tropical Africa is wider than "Capitalism or Communism".
|The days of hope|
|Review article: Sobukwe and the PAC|
|The Apartheid Regime: Political Power and Racial Domination|
|African Nationalism Debate|
|A Review: South Africa's Politics of Partition|
|The Challenge of Nationalism|
|More on African Nationalism|
|Police reserves are traps||
This pamphlet discusses the formation of police reserves, and APDUSA examines the so-called reasons for the formation of the police reserves as been lies, and feels strongly that it is more of an attempt to deceive and split the unity of the oppressed.
|Fighting Talk Volume 13 Number 8 October 1959||
Fighting Talk - a monthly journal for democrats
|A trail of courage and determination|
|"South Africa today - a black perspective"|
|The Birth of African nationalism|
|The resolution of the national question in South Africa: Part 1||
Paper by Jack Simons on the national question in South Africa. Analyses the national question and attempts to develop a framework for its resolution.