Editorial on the anniversary of Sharpeville.
|Two years after Sharpeville||
March 21st 1962, second anniversary of Sharpeville.
|The New African: Volume 1, Number 5, May 1962|
|The River Line||
Those who predicted in 1960 that Sharpeville and Langa heralded the entry of South Africa into a permanent state of emergency were wrong, but only just. Since then, the country has lived in a continuous state of anticipated emergency.
|Threshold of a new South Africa|
|Yesterday, today and tomorrow|
|Stronger than ever in Uitenhage|
|The commune of Bulhoek|
|Death in Boipatong|
|To the reader|
|The Riots in Urban African Areas|
|Reports made to the police concerning the demonstrations and/or matters associated therewith: 16 th June 1976||
A list of reported crimes that occured in and around Soweto on the 16th June 1976
|Popularising the Past|
|Such Tragedies are Inevitable Outcome of Verwoerd's Crazy Vision|
|In the Years Between Sharpeville and Bisho Many Have Died|
|Beyond the Bodycount|
|Mayibuye, mayibuye, mayibuye||
Pamphlet commemorating Sharpeville massacre
|Massacre of jobs continues: diamond industry to cut total workforce by almost half|
|The birth of the Black Consciousness Movement in South Africa||
This article which was published in WSCF Journal, Volume 1 No 2, 1979, pages 26-31, traces the birth and development of the Black Consciousness Movement to the banning of all Black Consciousness Movement organisations in 1977.