Background to the Black Consciousness Movement and an overview of the development of the South African Students Organisation (SASO). Prepared for defence in Mayekiso trial, late 1980s
|Memorandum: Conference 1972||
A SASO memorandum to SRC Presidents, SASO Local Committees, Black Organisations, Overseas Correspondents and others about the proceedings of the 1972 SASO conference
|The Black Worker's Project: A proposal||
There is a universal understanding for workers to negotiate in one voice, yet Blacks were refused membership to Trade unions.The complexity of the race situation in South Africa enhanced this gap between the White and BlacK worker.
|B P C Organisation||
A memorandum presented by Mosibudi Mangena at a meeting of the NEC and Chairmen of BPC Branches, held in Braamfontein, on 9 June 1973, outlining the organisational structure of the Black Peoples Convention.
Culture in its various manifestations can be used to liberate Black people and this memorandum discusses the importance of Black poetry, literature, music and fine art
|The repugnant elements in the Western Culture||
The use of White religion and politics to keep Blacks under the supression of the Nationalist government is questioned. It also suggests that the social atmosphere of the Black family setting has been destroyed by a capitalist society.
|Land as a factor in Black communalism||
A memorandum that examines Black communalism as a way of life and the right of all citizens to have access to land
|Memorandum on BPC external affairs programme||
Memorandum from Thami Zani to Ranwedzi Harry Nengwekhulu following on the fifth congress of the BPC held on the 28-30 January 1977 in Durban where a commission was appointed to look into BPC foreign policy and the growing number of supporters of Black Consciousness who find themselves as refugees
|The Black Conciousness Movement, Black People's Convention: External Office||
One of the major decisions taken by the BPC was the establishment of an external office .This became necessary because of the growing number of exiles belonging to the Black People's Convention.
|Black People's Convention: Blueprint of the proposed educational policy||
Memorandum discussing the BPC educational guidelines to develop Black Consciousness and national unity while eliminating racism and tribalism
|Freedom struggles of the past: what can we learn from them to enhance grass roots involvement||
A SASO memorandum for the Transvaal Regional Formation School, held at Turfloop, 21-22 September 1974
|Black Consciousness and the role of the Black woman||
Discussion on the meaningful role of the Black woman within the Black Consciousness Movement in the struggle for national liberation.
|Understanding SASO: introduction to Formation School||
This SASO memorandum sets out the path for students to follow in their quest for national liberation, for discussion at the SASO Formation School, Edendale, 1971. This memorandum lacks an introduction.
|Practical application of the ideology of Black Consciousness||
The memorandum outlines the practical application of Black Consciousness ideologies
|Introduction to Formation School||
This SASO memorandum sets out the path for students to follow in their quest for national liberation, for discussion at the SASO Formation School, Edendale, 1971
|Sixth Pan- African conference|
|Letter from S. S. Mazibuko to Branch General Secretary of the South African Students' Movements||
Letter informs branches of the 4th GSC and the forthcoming seminar. There are two versions of the same letter.
|Letter from S. S. Mazibuko to the President||
This letter is from the Vice President of the South African Students' Movement to the President informing him of the departure of the National Organiser and the detention of the General Secretary of South African Students' Movement.
|Letter from S.S. Mazibuko to the Chairman||
This letter is from the Vice President of the South African Students' Movement to the Chairman informing him of the departure of the National Organiser and the detention of the General Secretary of South African Students' Movement.
|Letter from Saths Cooper to My dear brothers and sisters||
Handwritten letter of support and motivation from Saths Cooper to members of the Black People's Convention (BPC) prior to a court proceeding.