Rixaka, the cultural journal of the African National Congress, was launched to establish a platform allowing full expression of the cultural voice in the national liberation movement.
|Violence: An Integral Part of S.A. Culture|
|Rixaka Number 1 1990|
|To our reader|
|Culture and Counter-Culture in South African Schools|
|The National Cultural Liberation Movement|
|Report of meeting with HM||
Report from H. Makgothi to the African National Congress National Executive Committee on a meeting with Ntatho Motlana, regarding the South African political situation and the South African economy.
|Report of CULCOMM to the NEC held at Alan Taylor residence||
A report on the promotion of Black arts and cultural activities by the Black Conciousness Movement.
|Animal Slaughter is a Rite|
|Our Traditional Way of Life|
|The Social and Cultural Issues That Affect the Education for Blacks in South Africa|
|The Role of Fuba in the Country|
|African Arts Take the Highroad Away From Western Art|
|South Africa and 'The Cubist Sensibility'|
|Editorial: A Mean Act|
|The Price of Segregation|