BANNING

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NEW AGE 1954-1963

New Age, newspaper and its' predecessors, The Guardian; Advance were founded by trade unionists, academics and and was known as a leftist publication. New Age was linked to the African National Congress and its' leadership.

South Africa's heroes in the struggle for emancipation

An injection of black students into South Africa's student movement is needed, for black students would act through their vested interest in social change and not through their consciences alone.

Kennedy and NUSAS

An injection of black students into South Africa's student movement is needed, for black students would act through their vested interest in social change and not through their consciences alone.

After the ban

Editorial on the banning of The New African and other publications.

Dear Chief Luthuli

Editorial.

The New African: Volume 3, Number 5, June 1964
Requiem for Aunt Lizzie

The social and personal impact of banning and house arrest.

"Fighting Talk" is silenced

The banning of the journal Fighting Talk

The big smear

Editorial.

The New African: Volume 1, Number 12, December 1962
The clash becomes inevitable

Editorial on the declaration of ZAPU as an unlawful organisation in Rhodesia.

Communist Come-Back?

This month will see witch-hunting taken a stage further in South Africa with the publication by the Minister of Justice of the names of persons so far banned or named in terms of the Suppression of Communism Act.

Chapter twelve: Bannings
David de Beer was banned on May 31, 1972
Peter Brown
Banned
Banned
What it feels like to be banned
The 19
A signal honour

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