|Circular from Valli Moosa to All Regions and Sectors||
Circular from Valli Moosa to All Regions and Sectors with the agenda for the NEC meeting.
|Circular from Barney Pityana to SRC Presidents and other organisations||
The circular outlines the historical background of the formation of the South African Students Organisation (SASO) as well as the aims and structure of the organisation.
|Suggested Agenda for SASO-NUSAS Executive Meeting.||
Agenda for a meeting
|Circular letter from A.K. Essack to members of the Unity Movement||
Circular letter to the members of the Unity Movement explaining the current organisational position.
|AIDS Resource list|
|International publications and organisations|
|The South African health and social services organisation: a united health organisation is born|
|Resource list: national bodies involved in education and welfare|
|Acknowledgements of organisations and persons|
Booklet on discpline. According to UDF the concept of discipline arises from political conciousness.
|Where do you fit in?|
|Apartheid in nursing: a challenge: an African nurse|
|The situation in Katlehong||
In Katlehong the organisations in existence are ERAPO and Katlehong Youth League which has not affiliated to the United Democratic Front affiliates and other progressives.
|A Democrat among the Republicans||
Article about Robert Kennedy's visit to South Africa and the anticipated consequences of his visit
|Black Power - Students Forced to Leave Meeting - SASO and other affairs||
Four students of UND walked outh of a student body meeting at Alan Taylor residence last Thursday. The meeting began with antagonism towards four White students present, during the discussion queries were made about "foreigner" or "intruders" at the meeting.
|The future society as seen by the Black People's convention||
The first of a number of articles dealing with a kind of society that BPC envisages. This particular article scans the total policy outlook, at the heart of which is a reminder that we are striving for the attainment of an open society.