|Chapter nine: Political trials and detention|
|Chapter twelve: Bannings|
Memorandum on areas of legislation which impact on the lives of people. Includes areassuch as influx control, employees/migrants, housing, transport, health, education, sports and recreation.
|Coloured Cadets Bill|
|Coloured Persons Communal Reserves Act, Act No 3 of 1961||
The Act was to apply the Mission Stations and Communal Reserves Act 1909, of the Cape of Good Hope, to coloured persons settlement areas within the meaning of the Coloured Persons Settlement Areas (Cape) Act, 1930, to repeal the latter Act and to provide for matters incidental thereto.
This month will see witch-hunting taken a stage further in South Africa with the publication by the Minister of Justice of the names of persons so far banned or named in terms of the Suppression of Communism Act.
|Community Land Conference: Land Charter|
|Compensation laws in South Africa|
|Compensation under the second schedule of the Workmen`s Compensation Act|
|Criminal Law Amendment Act, No 8 of 1953||
The Act was to provide for increased penalties for offences committed under certain circumstances; to prohibit the offer or acceptance of financial or other assistance for any organized resistance against the laws of the Union; and to provide for matters incidental thereto
|Cultural Weapons: Why Lift the 99-Year Ban at Peak of Conflict?|
|Dear Sirs: re: The Advocate-General Bill|
|Deaths of people in detention under security laws|
|Democracy vs Secrecy|
|Descom Bulletin No 11, July 1986|
|Descom Bulletin No 8, May 1985|
|Descom Bulletin No 9, November 1985|
|Detention "This Side of Eternity"|
|Diamonds are not forever|