|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
|Permit in terms of the Departure from the Union Regulations Act, 1955||
Departure permits for Jack and Ray Simons issued on the 28th April 1965.
|Passes and Africans|
|Passes abolished? but influx control stays!|
|Pass laws: the victims in court|
|Pass laws: Southern Transvaal states the facts|
|Pass Laws and Influx Control||
Pamphlet regarding Pass Laws and Influx Control and the negative effect these laws have on the African people. The laws are considered to be discriminatory, unjust and dehumising.
Our Policy: editorial in The Guardian, June 29, 1950. Discusses the suppession of Communism Bill
|Onslaught on black farmers|
|Only the future belongs to us|
|One Way Ahead|
|NUSAS Press Release No. 5, 1967||
Press release by the NUSAS President and Vice-President of the National Union of South African Students stating the opposition of the Union to the Terrorism Bill that had been tabled in the South African Houses of Parliament.
|Nursing by pigment|
|Notes on the History of Parliamentary Franchise in Southern Africa: Fact Paper presented by Western Cape Region at the Black Sash National Conference 1975||
Notes on the History of Parliamentary Franchise in Southern Africa- Fact Paper presented by Western Cape Region at the Black Sash National Conference on 12 March 1975, discussing: Constitution, Coloured vote, Franchise qualifications for Blacks, High Court of Parliament Act, Senate Act, Natives A
|Notes from meeting with Pete Hathorn and Ross Harker||
Notes of a meeting held between Pete Hathorn and Ross Harker pushing for the complete abolition of the Trespass Act of Section 1 of the Illegal Squatting Act
|Not quite banned||
Editorial about the attempt by the South African Government to threaten the continued publication of The New African.
|No time for relief|
|No mercy from Vorster|