|Letter from Steve Biko to Colin [Collins] re follow-up discussion on financial assistance to SASO from UCM, Aug 15, 1969.||
A request for financial assistance from the University Christian Movement by the President of the the South African Students Organisation Steve Biko
|Letter from Clive Nettleton to various organisations||
Letter from Clive Nettleton, Vice President of National Union of South African Students (NUSAS), to various organisations about a report back on further development at the University College of the North, Turfloop, after a visit to establish contact with the Rector and students.
|Letter from D. V. Naidoo and Steve Biko to Fort Hare re Conference in December at Mariannhill, Oct. 14, 1968, with enclosed statement, "Background to the conference,"||
Invitation to Black universities and training colleges to attend a conference to be held from the 1st to the 3rd of December 1968.The conference is intended to be an extension of dialogue amongst the non-white centres in South Africa.
|Unlawful Organizations Act, Act No 34 of 1960||
The Act was to empower the Governor-General, with a view to the safety of the public or the maintenance of public order, by proclamation in the Gazette to declare the Pan Africanist Congress and the African National Congress and certain other organizations to be unlawful organizations, to amend t
|Response to the article on the role of service organisations by some members of LACOM, Durban, in SALB, Volume 12 Number 8|
|Fossils from the past: resurrecting and restructuring the National Manpower Commission|
|Bishop Tutu hits back at Dr Koornhof||
Journal article with a reaction by Desmond Tutu to a statement made in Parliament by Dr Koornoof about an alleged conspiracy by certain organisations to encourage squatters to engage in civil disobedience. Note that the document is incomplete.
|Why we organise|
|Interview with the NUSAS President, Neville Curtis - the new NUSAS||
Text of interview by Varsity, a University of Cape Town student newspaper, with Neville Curtis, President of NUSAS. Subjects covered include recent Congress of the National Union of South African Students, its new constitution and other student organisations.
|The voice of South Africa's young generation: go underground and organise||
New African talks to Tebello Motapanyane, Secretary-General of the banned South African Students Movement.
|Women in focus|
|National Women's Day: women call for organisation and unity|
|New art body|
|The road to democratic SRC|
|UWO holds congress|
|Let's organise all women|
|Introductory essay: the South African Communist Party, 1950 - 1994||
Introductory essay on the South African Communist Party from 1950 to 1994.