|Statement by the Acting General Secretary of the South African Council of Churches...||
Journal article containing the statement by the Acting General Secretary of the South African Council of Churches, John Rees and other church leaders on the decision of the Transkeian Government to ban the Methodist Church and other Statements.
|Are we blind?||
Journal article containing the statement issued by the Anglican Archbishop of Cape Town, about the banning of the Message for 1977 from the Ministers Fraternal in Gugulethu, Nyanga and Langa.
|Statement issued by the Praesidium of the South African Council of Churches on Security Branch raid on Diakonia House on November 26th, 1976||
Statement issued by the South African Council of Churches (SACC) regarding Security Forces raid on their offices in Diakonia House. Included is also a statement on the banning of Trade Unionist
|Indian Opinion Vol.57 No.1 Jan 1959|
|Jail, bomb shock for banned Issel|
|The Ciskei`s war against workers|
|Stephen Bantu Biko (1946-1977)|
|Fighting Talk Volume 11 Number 9 September 1953||
|Fighting Talk Volume 11 Number 10 November 1953||
Fighting Talk - organ of the Springbok legion
|The Institute for a Democratic Alternative for South Africa (IDASA)|
|State clampdown on People`s Organisations|
|Descom Bulletin No 4, July 1983|
|Letter from J D to Ray and Jack Simons||
Letter from African National Congress in Zimbabwe to Ray and Jack Simons regarding their names on a list of banned immigrants.
|Letter from Ray and Jack Simons to Mr S Mubako||
Letter from Jack and Ray Simons to the Zimbabwe Minister of Home Affairs on getting their prohibited immigrant status overturned.
|Letter to Jack Simons from Acting Principal Immigration Officer||
Letter to Jack Simons refusing his application for a passport.
|Second banning order for Jack Simons||
Second banning order for Jack Simons issued on 3rd December, 1964.
|Correspondence between Jack Simons and Cape Town Chief Magistrate||
Letter from Jack Simons to the Chief Magistrate of Cape Town requesting relaxing of banning orders. Includes request to visit his son and daughter and to communicate with his sister-in-law.
|Cosatu ban: state hopes to smash apartheid resistance|
|The banning of eighteen Black Consciousness organisations||
A circular condemning the government's banning of Black Conciousness organisations in the aftermath of the Soweto riots