|National Party year of action|
|The Peoples of South Africa - Reprint from Official Yearbook of the Republic of South Africa||
The striking diversity of the South African population is the result not only of comparatively recent migrations but of a long process of which but a small part is known to historians. Of the whole process, perhaps the last three or four centuries have been adequately documented.
|Letter from Peter Brown to the Editor of The Witness, Daily News and Mercury|
|Namibia - political-legal issues|
|Lone Lillian faces charges|
|Administration Board ignores influx case|
|The Legal Disabilities of Zulu Women|
|Summary of activities taken against the Christian Institute and Spro-Cas between August 1973 and January 1974||
Chronology of the Commission of Enquiry into Certain Organizations, which became a parliamentary Commission of Enquiry known as the Schlebusch Commission. Includes the background to the charges laid by the State against Ravan Press in November 1978
|Letter from Jack Simons to Oliver Tambo||
Letter from Jack Simons to Oliver Tambo presenting comments on Ronald Dworkin's suggestion that the African National Congress should hold a conference on the idea of legality or rule of law in South Africa.
|Cape Western Region Fact Paper: Langa Courts- Paper presented at National Conference 1981||
Cape Western Region Fact Paper: Langa Courts- paper presented at National Conference on 15 March 1981 discussing influx control, pass laws, imprisonment, women with children in prison, prison conditions, legal work, court trial statistics.
|The Dean and the Sash|
|The Lessons of libel|