|In the Interests of National Morality|
|Statement by the Honourable R F Botha, Minister of Foreign Affairs: Cape Town, 20 March 1984||
Statement released by Pik Botha, Minister of Foreign Affairs, regarding the progress of the Joint Monitoring Commission and condemning the statement issued by the President of Cuba, Fidel Castro, in which the South African and United States Governments were criticised.
|Statement by the Minister of Foreign Affairs||
Statement issued by the Department of Foreign Affairs regarding a peaceful settlement for South West Africa
|Statement given to Sunday Times||
Draft statement prepared for the Sunday Times opposing the forced removals of the Fingo people from their land
|Joint Press Conference, Department of State, 14 May 1981 with Secretary of State Haig and Minister of Foreign Affairs Botha||
Press Conference in the United States, with US Secretary Haig and Minister of Foreign Affairs Botha, regarding the independence of Nambia.
|NUSAS Press Release||
NUSAS Press release regarding developments and plans for the National Union of South African Students and a confirmation of a special congress to complete the reassessment of the Union.
|NUSAS Press Release: Behind the scenes activity in the last three months...||
Press release issued by the NUSAS Chairperson, Neville Curtis, listing achievements and detailing future plans ahead of the 46th Annual Congress in June/July 1970
|NUSAS Press Digest, Number 1, 1969||
A compilation of press reports and comments on events at Fort Hare University College during 1968, and an historical background of the College from 1916 to 1948.
|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.
|NUSAS Press Release No. 4, 1967||
NUSAS press bulletin on the 1967 National Day of Affirmation of Academic and Human Freedom in South Africa.
|NUSAS Press Digest, Number 4, 1967||
NUSAS Press Digest, number 4, 1967. A compilation of press reports and editorial comments during July, August and September, 1967 on the banning order placed on Dr Raymond (Bill) Hoffenberg.
|Press cuttings-repression of youth||
Article on repression of youth regarding repression of students in 1984 as over 50 students were detained, an article on Sowetan regarding fun run to launch the International year of the youth in Soweto that has been organised by a community organisation in the same month, an artilcle on Sowetan
|NUSAS Press Bulletin||
Press statements issued by Paul Pretorius, President of the National Union of South African Students, and Geoff Budlender on behalf of the Students Representative Council at the University of Cape Town, about the planned
|Black Peoples Convention: Press Release 3rd March 1973||
The Black Peoples Convention press release in response to the banning of Black leaders
|Press release to the Rand Daily Mail||
The Black People's Convention press release, signed by Nkwenkwe Nkomo, National Organiser, states that the convention has been mandated by Black people to utilise all available resources to achieve liberation for Black people in Azania.
|International Press Conference by the Honourable P W Botha, Prime Minister of the RSA on the talks between the Five Western Powers and the RSA Government regarding South West Africa||
Press Conference with P W Botha regarding the independence of Namibia. Includes a joint statement by the South African Government and the five Foreign Ministers
|Statement by BPC Vice-President||
A press statement issued by the Black Peoples Convention, attacking Gatsha Buthelezi
|Neither I nor Young did plan the march: says student leader||
This press statement, signed by the Chairman, relates to misunderstading regarding the organisers of a march during the visit of Andrew Young, the United States ambassador to the United Nations
|Nature and extent of the SADF's involvement in the Angolan conflict||
Press release issued by Defence Headquarters in Pretoria regarding South Africa's involvement in Angola. Included is a statement issued by the Chairman of the Apartheid Committee on 24 February 1977 in response to the press release.
|Soweto Students Representative Council: Press Statement 4th November 1976||
A press statement confirming the stand by all students and youth of Soweto and other areas of the country that sales of any kind of liquour, including from shebeens, remain banned