|Soweto student speaks out: interview with Nkosazana Dlamini||
Nkosozana Dlamini, vice-president of SASO, and member of the ANC, was in her fifth year of medical school when the June 16th uprising began. She was torn between finishing her medical training to become a doctor or continue abroad with political activity against the apartheid government.
|The voice of South Africa's young generation: go underground and organise||
New African talks to Tebello Motapanyane, Secretary-General of the banned South African Students Movement.
|Developing a revolutionary style of work|
|Joe Slovo - theoretician or anti-China hack|
|We are leading a class struggle to create a new man|
|Mavi`s death a loss to SA worker movement|
|Profile of a worker leader||
The FOSATU Worker News here kicks off with the first of a series of interviews with FOSATU's worker leaders.
|New office bearers elected||
Chris Dhlamini, chairman of the Transvaal region has been elected as FOSATU's new national president.
|Cries from the battlefield|
|Editorial: SA waits to judge FW - by his actions|
|Follow the leader|
|Comment: What it means to be a leader now|
|MK Chief a reluctant soldier|
|SA in grip of "borderline syndrome"|
|In search of Mr Verligte|
|No holy cows for Saunders at UCT|
|Heroes of our revolution: Lillian Ngoyi|
|"He comforted us in his very last hour"|