|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.
|Pass laws: Southern Transvaal states the facts|
|Pass laws: the victims in court|
|Passes abolished? but influx control stays!|
|Passes and Africans|
|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.
|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
|Prevention of Illegal Squatting Act, Act No 52 of 1951||
The Act was to provide for the prevention and control of illegal squatting on public and private land.
|Prevention of Illegal Squatting Amendment Act: Punitive Squatting Act signed: 9 February 1989||
Circular relating to the prevention of Illegal Squatting Act of 1951 which prohibited the creation and occupation of almost all informal housing
|Prohibition of Mixed Marriages Act, Act No 55 of 1949||
The Act was to prohibit marriages between Europeans and non-Europeans, and to provide for matters incidental thereto
|Prohibition of Political Interference Act, Act No 51 of 1968||
The Act was to prohibit intereference by one population group in the politics of any other population group and the receipt by political parties of financial assistance from abroad
|Promotion of Bantu Self-governing Act, Act No 46 of 1959||
The Act was to provide for the gradual development of self-governing Bantu national units and for direct consultation between the Government of the Union and the said national units in regard to matters affecting the interests of such national units; to amend the Native Administration Act, 1927,
|Protest and the law|
|Providing for Revolution||
|Providing for Sabotage||
The General Law Amendment Bill replaces one political paradox by another.
|Public sector unions under vicious attack|
|Published Without Comment|
|Rape in marriage: still no improvement in the law|
|Registration - the big test||
FOSATU has made its position quite clear. We believe that the law should not divide workers by race. Workers must be allowed to join the unions of their choice.