|Notes by Alan Paton|
|Letter from Alan Paton to Sir Keith|
|South African in transition|
|Leadership and the Wanji||
The Wanji are a Bantu-speaking tribe of about 20,000 population inhabiting two small scoop-shaped basins on the northern edge of the Elton Plateau. This plateau is a part of the Poroto Mountains, which lie to the north of Lake Malawi in Tanzania.
|The New African: Volume 5, Number 8, October 1966|
|Inside South Africa||
An injection of black students into South Africa's student movement is needed, for black students would act through their vested interest in social change and not through their consciences alone.
|This side of eternity||
An appeal to the United Nations Special Committee on Apartheid on behalf of Mangaliso Robert Sobukwe.
|Leaders and followers||
Implications of the strain on democratic institutions imposed by vigorous development politics in Africa.
|The lessons of disaster||
|Dear Chief Luthuli||
|Lumumba: the sycophant outshone by the meteor|
|Chief Kaiser Matanzima||
Leadership in the Transkei.
|Senghor and Socialism||
Editorial around Nelson Mandela and Communism.
|Formation: Africa's need||
Personal view that "formation", as a prerequisite for leadership, is the greatest need.
|ANC leaders speak: release rally||
A rally held by the African National Congress in October 1989 where various leaders such as Walter Sisulu, Cyril Ramaphosa and Murphy Morobe addressed the public as well as entertainment by various artists.
|Death of a Leader|
|The giant grows|
|The soft-spoken President|
|The signing of the Agreement of non-aggression and good neighbourliness||
Speech by Samora Machel on the signing of the Nkomati Accord.
|Message of the National Executive Committee of the African National Congress on the occasion of 8th January, 1985||
Message delivered by Oliver Tambo, President of the National Executive Committee of the African National Congress, on the 8th January, 1985, marking the organisation's 73rd anniversary. Looks back at events of 1984.