|The development of the struggle||
Paper by Scrape Mtshona on the history of the freedom struggle in South Africa. Includes request for assistance to the Unity Movement.
|The Distinction Between Living History and Views About History|
|The east coast cultures|
|The extension of the pass laws|
|The fact of African history (II): Islam in West Africa|
|The Fact of African history: an introduction|
|The Fragmentation of Zululand 1879-1918|
|The future of the United Democratic Front||
A circular about how the United Democratic Front was formed, its role, the relationship between the United Democratic Front and the African National Congress and other organisations and about the future of the United Democratic Front.
|The Great Betrayal|
|The Group Areas Act and its effects on the Indian people being a paper by Dr G M Naicker||
Conference on the Group Areas Act convened by Natal Indian Congress
|The History of Apartheid in South Africa|
|The history of the Black man's struggle for liberation in South Africa and the role of Black Consciousness||
This paper, possibly prepared for the inaugral conference of the Institute of Black Studies, Wilgespruit, 13-18 July 1976, traces the history of the political development of South Africa from the first Dutch settlements, British colonisation, the formation of the African Native National Congress
|The History of the South African Hindu Maha Saba||
FOR information about the early history of the South African Hindu Maha Sabha we have to rely on uncertain records and memories of many old people connected with this institution when it was established. The early Indian settlers in South Africa were mostly Hindus.
|The hungry search for profit|
|The Indian in South Africa. Facts and Figures||
The Indian in South Africa. Facts and Figures
|The Ingwavuma deal|
|The Institution for Historical Research|
|The international socialist league|
|The making of the working class|
|The making of the working class: Part 11 - The ICU collapses||
Collapses BY the end of 1924 paid up membership of the ICU stood at 11 000. Most of these members were concentrated in the Eastern and Western Cape.