|Understanding the Community Councils Act|
|What does freedom mean, does it matter anyway? Opening Address to the Black Sash National Conference held at Durban, 1989||
Opening Address by National President Mary Burton at the Black Sash National Conference held at Durban on 2 March 1989, discussing: Liberation, press freedom, detentions, militarisation, detentions, capital punishment, political trials, legislation, labour and poverty.
|Mkhatshwa ends term as SACBC Secretary-general||
Speech delivered by Smangaliso Mkhatshwa on his resignation as SACBC Secretary-general and the three recent events that have shaken South African Churches.
|Power, patriotism, principle: Opening Address presented at the Black Sash National Conference held at Pietermaritzburg, 1969||
Power, patriotism, principle: Opening address by Jean Sinclair at presented at the Black Sash National Conference held at Pietermaritzburg on 21 October 1969, discussing: legislative power of regions, racial inequalities, separate development, bantu education, banning orders, detention powers of
|The Reconstruction and Development Programme: women`s only hope|
|Women`s rights: does the government really care?|
|Rape in marriage: still no improvement in the law|
|Latest laws are no fairy tale|
|Apartheid laws and regulations: introduced and rescinded|
|Torture and the health worker: the nature of culpability (2)|
|Cultural Weapons: Why Lift the 99-Year Ban at Peak of Conflict?|
|Fattis and Monis Dispute|
|Training Centres for Coloured Cadets|
|Memorandum on the Pass Laws and Influx Control|
|Farm labour law conference, 1993 report||
Report by the Street Law Coordinator on the Farm Labour Law Conference which discussed the consequences and meaning of the extension of Labour Legislation to Farm Workers.
|Monitoring Coordinator Annual Report: Report Presented at the Black Sash National Conference 1993||
Monitoring Coordinator Annual Report: Report Presented at the Black Sash National Conference on 3 April 1993 discussing Goldstone Commission of Enquiry (into taxi war in Cape Town), joint forum on policing, network of independent monitors, policing, violence.
|Summary notes of a meeting between a South African and a United States delegation: Geneva, 20 April 1986||
Report from a meeting between a South African and a United States delegation in which the South African government's position on influx control was discussed, reluctance to negotiate with the ANC and the creation of a National Statutory Council
|SWA/Namibia: situation report as at Sunday, 16 April 1989||
Report from C von Hirschberg and J D Viall regarding the situation in Namibia from a military and political persepctive as well as the importance of favourable media publicity
|Founding statement for the visit to Washington DC of a delegation of South African church leaders||
Report about a visit to Washington DC by a delegation of South African church leaders namely, Allan Boesak, Frank Chikane, Beyers Naude and Desmond Tutu, to urge the US Administration to lift the State of Emergency, release political prisoners, to unban organisations such as the African National