|The declaration of the state of emergency||
Statement issued in response to the declaration of the state of emergency
|The current situation inside SA||
Report from Natal on the current political situation in South Africa. Examines results of regime's repression. Demonstrates refusal of the people to submit to Inkatha or the Government.
|Tension in Ikageng|
|Sudan's dictatorship: in the service of imperialism|
|Stuyco organising the community|
|Strikes and disputes: March 15 to April 30|
|Strategies of Repression in the State of Emergency||
Article by the United Democratic Front on the State of Emergency and the counter-revolutionary forces in the townships.
|Statement of the United Democratic Front National General Council||
Statement of the National General Council meeting held on the 5th to 7th April 1985 where more than 300 delegates attended the meeting in Azaadville.
|State of emergency will not smash us|
|Separate Representation of Voters Amendment Act, Act No 30 of 1956||
The Act was to amend the Separate Representation of Voters Act, 1951
|Rule by the Big Stick: State of emergency Repression in the Eastern Cape|
|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.
|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.
|Republica Corruptissima: The Stranglehold of the Law|
|Repression at Anglo mine|
|Repression against unions|
|Repression - workers under attack|
|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.
|Renegades' reign of terror is challenged|
|Regional congresses resolve to fight mine repression|