|Letter from Kgalushe Koka, Secretary-General, Black Peoples Convention||
Letter of invitation from Kgalushe Koka, Secretary-General, Black Peoples Convention, to delegates of the 1st National Congress of the Black Peoples Convention, Hammanskraal, 16-17 December 1972
|Letter from Judy to Phyllis Naidoo||
How can I ever say thanks enough for you and Sakthi for looking after me for the last month and a half.
|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
|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
|Interview with Steve Biko||
Oral interview, in Durban, with Steve Biko, on the rise of Black Consciousness, the growing resistance of students by 1972 and the roles of organisations such as NUSAS and SASO.
|Interview with Simangaliso Mkhatshwa, conducted by George Mukuka|
|Interview with Sbu Ndebele, conducted by Jeremy Seekings|
|Interview with Lebamang John Sebidi||
Oral interview, in Johannesburg, with Lebamang John Sebidi, the first Black rector at St Peters Seminary at Hammanskraal, South Africa.
|Interview with John Daniel||
Oral interview, conducted in Mbabane, with John Daniel, a student leader at the University of Natal who twice served as president of the National Union of South African Students (1966 and 1968).
|Interview with Buti Tlhagale, conducted by George Mukuka|
|In court - Azapo fights back against State action|
|How many of Inkatha's members see Mandela as their leader. Not all. but...|
|General administration of the Black Peoples Convention||
General administration of the Black Peoples Convention document that includes the Constitution and general administrative guidelines
|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
|Facts about the current situation in South Africa and what is to be done||
African National Congress report on the current situation in South Africa and how to respond. Examines the South African regime, the Black Consciousness Movement, the African National Congress struggle, role of youth, students and teachers, the ANC and newly banned organisations and Inkatha.
|Editorial: Helen Suzman|