|Black Renaissance Convention||
A letter of invitation to attend the Black Renaissance Convention organised under the auspices of ASSECA, S.A. Council of Churches, NG Kerk in Africa, Christian Academy and the Roman Catholic Church.
|Letter from D. V. Naidoo and Steve Biko to Fort Hare re Conference in December at Mariannhill, Oct. 14, 1968, with enclosed statement, "Background to the conference,"||
Invitation to Black universities and training colleges to attend a conference to be held from the 1st to the 3rd of December 1968.The conference is intended to be an extension of dialogue amongst the non-white centres in South Africa.
|Letter from Steve Biko to Colin Collins, regarding arrangements for a SASO and UCM Conference.||
The letter, including a handwritten postscript, provides details of transport arrangements for a South African Students Organisation (SASO) and a United Christian Movement (UCM) Conference.
|"... Our women will deal with them"|
|"Congress was a great success"|
|"Global solidarity for women`s health" : A report on the 6th International Women and Health Meeting|
|"God-given" oppression upheld by tradition|
|"Horrendus" results of economic populism|
|"SABRA`s" proposed "multi-racial" conference|
|"The Challenges of Black Liberation"|
|"Toxic waste" of history|
|"Unity in Participation" Huhudi: A case study in resistance to removal: Paper presented at National Conference 1984||
"Unity in Participation" Huhudi: A case study in resistance to removal: paper presented at National Conference on 17 March 1984 discussing forced removals, apartheid, segregation, Urban Areas Act, labour, housing, homelands, resistance, case studies.
|"We are not prepared to give the enemy a present"|
|"While There is Time"|
|"Women are a formidable force"|
|"Your children are our children" - Conference on women and democracy|
|'Pietermaritzburg 2000' - a great leap backward!|
|12 to 16 April 1989 Congress|
|1987, the year of the Krimpvark, the cougar of the rooibok? presidential Address to the Black Sash National Conference held at Cape Town, 1987||
Opening Address by National President Mary Burton at National Conference held at Cape Town on 12 March 1987, discussing: State of Emergency, detentions, conditions of prisons, pass laws, restoration of South African citizenship, education.
|5th National Congress|