|New African towards a Non-Racial South Africa||
Politics, ANC, human rights, newspaper, sport, entertainment, Government, Political parties
|New Constitution of South Africa|
Bishop Tutu's Nobel lecture delivered in Oslo, Norway, on 11 December 1984 and his acceptance of the award speech on the 10th December 1984.
|Onslaught on human rights|
|Open letter to all detainees||
An open letter, issued by the Southern African Catholic Bishops' Conference and published in the New Nation 2-8 April 1987, to all detainees accusing the South African President of abusing of human rights.
|Ordinary people walk street of fire|
|Presidential address to the Twelfth Annual National Conference of the Black Sash|
|PRINCIPAL DOCUMENTS RELATING TO THE CONSIDERATION BY THE UNITED NATIONS GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATEMENT OF THE GOVERNMENT OF THE UNION OF SOUTH AFRICA AND THE STATEMENT OF THE GOVERNMENT OF INDIA ARISING OUT OF RESOLUTION.....||
PRINCIPAL DOCUMENTS RELATING TO THE CONSIDERATION BY THE UNITED NATIONS GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATEMENT OF THE GOVERNMENT OF THE UNION OF SOUTH AFRICA AND THE STATEMENT OF THE GOVERNMENT OF INDIA ARISING OUT OF RESOLUTION 44 (1) ADOPTED BY THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY ON 8TH DECEMBER, 1946, REGARDING T
|Protocol for the examination of detainees by district surgeons|
|Provincial Parliament Programme, Vol 5, No 1||
Children's rights are human rights According to the South African Institute of Race Relations (SAIRR), a total of 58 children were victims of rape or attempted rape.......
|Racism and Media|
|Reply to General Smuts||
Reply to General Smuts
|Report by the Government of India on the Resolution Passed by the United Nations General Assembly on December 6, 1946||
Report by the Government of India on the Resolution Passed by the United Nations General Assembly on December 6, 1946
|Report of the Treatment of Indians in the Union of South Africa||
Treatment of Indians in the Union of South Africa
The General Assembly, at its forty-sixth plenary meeting, held on 31st October 1946, referred to the Joint First and Sixth Committee for consideration, the question of the treatment of Indians in the Union of South Africa.
|Rights struggle to go under spotlight||
PACKAGING THE PAST: Preparing for an exhibition at Technikon Natal Art Gallery, aimed at honoring ordinary people who took part in the struggle for Human Rights, are (from left) artist Lukas van Vuuren, Mr Sunny Singh, Mrs Frances van Melsen, gallery curator Keith Hill and Mr Rogers Ragaven, assi
|Sash President attends YWCA Human Rights Conference|
|SATOUR News, July/August 1996||
Culture - Explore South Africa
|Scene set for new declaration|