|Direction or destination||
Editorial on the declaration of ZAPU as an unlawful organisation in Rhodesia.
|The struggle for land and housing in the East London Metropolitan Area: Report presented at the Black Sash National Conference 1993||
The Struggle for Land and Housing in the East London Metropolitan Area: Report Presented at the Black Sash National Conference on 3 April 1993 discussing housing, urbanisation, land ownership, squatter communities, Independent Development Trust, homelands.
|Moved Out After 100 Years. That's the Exiled People from 'the Swamp'|
|Room for Optimism|
|Lest We Forget|
|Programme of action for the ANC||
Programme of action for the ANC. Lists upcoming campaigns: Violence, Constituent Assembly, Land and Housing, Building organs of people's power, Gangsterism, Living Wage, Privatisation and Labour Issues. Looks at structure of the campaigns.
|ANC land and rural policy||
Notes on the African National Congress land and rural policy as spelt out in the Freedom Charter and the Road to South African Freedom.
|Land as a factor in Black communalism||
A memorandum that examines Black communalism as a way of life and the right of all citizens to have access to land
|Organise to defeat "Group Areas"|
|War against Kenya|
|Prevention of Illegal Squatting Act, Act No 52 of 1951||
The Act was to provide for the prevention and control of illegal squatting on public and private land.
|Indian Opinion Vol.52 No.13 Apr 1954|
|Zimbabwe: Problems and prospects of socialist development|
|Fighting Talk Volume X Number 9 September 1952||
Fighting Talk - organ of the Springbok legion
|Rural land: ploughing a political minefield - land workshop exposes conflicting concerns|
|The Ingwavuma Ka Ngwane Land Deal: Paper Presented at National Conference 1983||
The Ingwavuma Ka Ngwane Land Deal: Paper Presented at National Conference on 11 March 1983 discussing Bantustans, Homelands, forced removals, land ownership, Swaziland, division of land, resettlement, unrest and violence.
|Black communalism seen through labour perspectives||
A paper presented at the Mafeking Seminar discussing Black communalism as a way of life. The South African labour system is complex and based on separate development. A case is made for trade union unity based on Black Consciousness principles.