|Opening address at the 59th Annual Congress of the National Union of South African Students, University of Cape Town, 1981.||
Acting-president's opening address at the 59th Annual Congress of the National Union of South African Students, University of Cape Town, Cape Town from 28 November to 3 December 1981.
|Organise, organise, organise|
|Poles of alienation|
|Political Censorship in South Africa: Aims and Consequences|
|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
Press statement where Valli Moosa welcomed the return of Rev Frank Chikane and how he has been a subject of detention without trial and assassination.
|Reform, resistance and the end of apartheid: 1976 - 1994/The negotiations process/Apartheid in Decline|
|Regional congresses resolve to fight mine repression|
|Renegades' reign of terror is challenged|
|Report on Repression and Violence: Report Presented at the Black Sash National Conference 1991||
Report on Repression and Violence: Report Presented at the Black Sash National Conference on 2 March 1991 discussing tribalism, politically motivated violence, homelands, ethnic violence, boycotts, police violence, civil unrest, apartheid.
|Repression - workers under attack|
|Repression against unions|
|Repression at Anglo mine|
|Republica Corruptissima: The Stranglehold of the Law|
|Reservation of Separate Amenities Act, Act No 49 of 1953||
The Act was to provide for the reservation of public premises and vehicles or portions thereof for the exclusive use of persons of a particular race or class, for the interpretation of laws which provide for such reservation, and for matters incidental thereto.
|Resistance politics will never be the same again...||
Article by the United Democratic Front on the seven-month state of emergency, leaders who were in detention or had gone underground to avoid detention were re-emerging and the former are recovering slowly from the effects of lengthy incarceration.
|Rule by the Big Stick: State of emergency Repression in the Eastern Cape|
|Separate Representation of Voters Amendment Act, Act No 30 of 1956||
The Act was to amend the Separate Representation of Voters Act, 1951