BANTU EDUCATION

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Editorial: Soweto
Education and the public
Education in South Africa
From a South African Farmer
From crisis to catastrophe in the classroom
From the African Scholars of Cape Town: Once we return to our desks - the cause is lost!

Recommendations from the pupils of the Cape Town Bantu schools with regard to improving the Bantu education system

Interview with Stanley Mabizela

Oral interview, in Cape Town, South Africa, with Stanley Mabizela, president of the youth league at the University of Fort Hare in 1960.

Interview with Tsietsi Mashinini

Transcript from a radio interview, in New York City, with Tsietsi Mashinini, on the aftermath and reporting of the Soweto riots, international relations and the role of the USA in the struggle for freedom in South Africa

Letters to the editor
List of grievances sent by African pupils to the Regional Director of Bantu Education in the Western Cape

A list of grievances sent to the Regional Director of Bantu Education, later published in the Cape Times on 2 December 1976

Memorandum to the Minister of Bantu Administration and Development and Bantu Education

The memorandum provides a background to the political history of South Africa. The development of the policy of separate development and apartheid with a request for equal participation in decision making and administration at local and national government levels

Native education and the African teachers
NECC: People`s Education: creating a democratic future
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.

New Age Vol.1 No.12 Jan. 1955
New Age Vol.1 No.21 Mar. 1955
New Age Vol.1 No.24 Apr. 1955
New Age Vol.1 No.25 Apr. 1955
New Age Vol.1 No.26 Apr. 1955
New Age Vol.1 No.28 May. 1955

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