|The Negotiations in the Middle East and South Africa|
|From this to this?||
Brochure campaigning against the proposed forced removal of the Fingoes from Grahamstown's Fingo Village to Committee's Drift after Fingo Village was proclaimed a Coloured Area under the Proclamation No. 100, March 26, 1970.
|"Blackspots" removals: what apartheid is doing to 400 000 people in Natal|
|"Power-sharing" Apartheid style: a critical analysis of the Botha regime's current political strategy||
Paper on power-sharing and the apartheid government from the Centre for African Studies in Maputo, Mozambique. Argues that it is projecting a reformist image.
|'Kill me or let me stay here'|
|A Day to remember|
|A historical sketch on Ubuntu||
The thesis is that our identity is partly shaped by recognition or its absence, often by the misrecognition of others, and so a person or group of people can suffer real damage, real distortion, if the people or society around them mirror back to them a
|Africa Fund: More than Economic||
Africa Fund: More than Economic
|Anti-Apartheid Struggle Undermined||
Article by E S Reddy
|Apartheid and the reformation||
This is a journal article about apartheid and reformation and it relevancy for South Africa.
|Apartheid in crisis|
|Apartheid laws and regulations: introduced and rescinded|
|Apartheid legacy of evil that just won`t go away|
|Apartheid's bounds increase||
Editorial on "Apartheid's bounds increase".
|Appeal to the United Nations, to all Governments, Trade Union Organisations and Mass Organisations||
ANC Appeal to the United Nations, to all Governments, Trade Union Organisations and Mass Organisations for the United Nations Organisation to take measures to secure the release of political prisoners and banned people, and for governments to demand the release of all political prisoners, and ban
|Arts and Africa: BBC African Service, no. 236|
|Between Apartheid and Neoliberalism in Durban’s Indian Quarter||
A drive from Durban's beaches towards the once bustling ''Indian quarter''will lead to a confluence of three streets: Monty Naicker, Alfred Bitini Xuma, and Yusuf Dadoo.
|Beware of Melancholy|
|Blessings of apartheid|
|Book review: Peter Abrahams disappoints|