|Interview with Amabutho members||
Oral interview with Amabutho which refers collectively to quasi-military formations of township youth who were also often known as "comrades" or "young lions." Mainly active in urban areas, especially in the eastern Cape, most were unemployed school-leavers who supported the United Democratic Fro
|Interview with Ambrose Makiwane||
Oral interview, conducted at Cala, with Ambrose Makiwane. Makiwane entered Fort Hare in 1955, when he was age 34. His family lacked the means to send him earlier, and he had been expelled from Clarkebury after a student strike.
|Interview with Comrade Mzwai Piliso on non-aligned summit in Havana|
|Interview with four sacked Tidwell workers|
|Interview with Frank Chikane||
Oral interview with Rev Frank Chikane, This interview was conducted just after Rev. Chikane's appointment as General Secretary of the South African Council of Churches (SACC). Chikane, age 36, was underground at the time of the interview.
|Interview with Herby Govinden||
Oral interview with Herby Govinden, on his experiences as a student and lecturer at Fort Hare in the 1950s
|Interview with Ivy Matsepe-Casaburri||
Oral interview, conducted in Bloemfontein, with Ivy Matsepe-Casaburri, on her experiences as a student at Fort Hare in the late 1950s
|Interview with Joe Slovo by Keith Coleman||
An interview with Joe Slovo by Keith Coleman on economic policies. July 1, 1990.
|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 Julius Nyerere||
Oral interview with Julius K. Nyerere (1922-1999), the first president of Tanzania (known as Tanganyika until 1964).
|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 Lula|
|Interview with members of the Street Committees||
Interview with members of Street Committees. Soweto has 26 townships and 25 of them have established Street Committees and are all functioning well.The interview covers the street meetings, maintanance order and rent boycotts.
|Interview with Mike Madlala|
|Interview with Mr H Molooi||
Interview with Mr H Molooi at Chesterville in Durban, South Africa, in which he discusses his acquaintance with Mrs Ngcobo, and his experiences as a labourer at that time. Mrs Ngcobo was the only known, living daughter of Langalibalele Dube, until 1978, when she passed on.
|Interview with Mr. Mbongwe||
Oral interview with Mr Mbongwe, Senior Clerk, at the Bantu Affairs office. The audio quality of this interview is extremely poor. There is no transcript for this interview.
|Interview with Mrs J Dube, wife of the late Dr John Dube||
|Interview with Mtutuzeli Tom. Mercedes Benz shopsteward, vice-chair of COSATU's Eastern Cape region|
|Interview with Murphy Morobe||
Interview with Murphy Morobe acting National Publicity Secretary for United Democratic Front who has been a political activist since the early seventies when he became involved in the South African Students Movement (SASM)
|Interview with Murphy Morobe||
Interview with Murphy Morobe by Gavin Evans where Murphy explained how the United Democratic Front as the main organisation has been singled out by the Le Grange as being responsible for the uprising taking place around the country.