|Personality parade: Miss Mary McLarty|
|Golden days in old South End||
Linda van Wyk's personal recollections of living in South End, Port Elizabeth.
|Biography of Naphtali Mbuti Nkopane||
Biography of Naphtali Mbuti Nkopane who was born on the 18th of August 1944 on a farm near Nigel in the Transvaal. In 1949 his family moved to Evaton in the Vaal, in August 1984 Naphtali was active in the rent protest as a result of which he was detained on 18 November 1984.
|Biography of Jerry Pelamoitse Tlhopane||
Biography of Jerry Pelamoitse Tlhopane. Jerry Pelamoitse Tlhopane was born on the 4th July 1958 in Evaton location of Vereeniging. In 1978 he was charged and discharged for public violence and he was detained on the 20th of November 1984.
|Biography of Oupa John Hlomuka||
Biography of Oupa John Hlomuka.
|Moses Mbheki Mncane Mabhida||
Typescript autobiography of Moses Mabhida stating his personal background, and insights into his political life.
|Biography of Tseko Simon Nkoli||
Biography of Tseko Simon Nkoli. Simon was born in Soweto on Boxing day in 1959 but grew up on a farm in Heilbron in Orange Free State. He began high school in 1974 he joined the students Christain Movement which he also began playing tennis and sang in the junior choir.
|Biography of Bavumile Herbert Vilakazi||
Biography of Bavumile Herbert Vilakazi.
|Biography of Hlabeng Sam Matlole||
Biography of Hlabeng Sam Matlole. Hlabeng Sam Matlole was born in 16 June 1924 in Zone 7 Sebokeng. He was a member of VCA Zone 7 area committee treasure and he was detained on 12 February 1985 fetched at Lebowa at his parents home.
|Biography of Moses Mabokela Chikane||
Biography of Moses Mabokela Chikane who was born in 1948 August 14 in area of Groblersdaal first of the family of nine, he was detained under section 28 of the internal security act from the 28 August to September and also detained on 23 April 1985 under section 29 of the internal security act Ju
|Biography of Jabu Ngwenya||
Biography of Jabu Ngwenya Treasure of the Release Mandela Committee, he also helped in forming Congress of South African Students and he was detained several times.
|I B Tabata, President, Unity Movement of South Africa: a biographical note||
Biographical background on I B Tabata.
|Portrait of a millionaire: 'I Harry Oppenheimer'|