REPRESSION

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Editorial: Evil and Mad
Rule by the Big Stick: State of emergency Repression in the Eastern Cape
Viva Molly
Political Censorship in South Africa: Aims and Consequences
Editorial: Early Days of '78
Editorial: Two Black Fridays or One?
Ad. Hain: Democracy Safe in Her Hands
Black Peoples Convention: Press Release 3rd March 1973

The Black Peoples Convention press release in response to the banning of Black leaders

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

Regional congresses resolve to fight mine repression
Repression at Anglo mine
Workers under siege on the mines
The repugnant elements in the Western Culture

The use of White religion and politics to keep Blacks under the supression of the Nationalist government is questioned. It also suggests that the social atmosphere of the Black family setting has been destroyed by a capitalist society.

Editorial: The vision of Verwoerd
Immorality Act, Act No 23 of 1957

The Act was to consolidate and amend the laws relating to brothels and unlawful carnal intercouse and other acts in relation thereto

Separate Representation of Voters Amendment Act, Act No 30 of 1956

The Act was to amend the Separate Representation of Voters Act, 1951

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.

Criminal Law Amendment Act, No 8 of 1953

The Act was to provide for increased penalties for offences committed under certain circumstances; to prohibit the offer or acceptance of financial or other assistance for any organized resistance against the laws of the Union; and to provide for matters incidental thereto

Natives (Abolition of Passes and Co-ordination of Documents) Act, Act No 67 of 1952

The Act was to repeal the laws relating to carrying passes by natives; to provide for the issue of reference books to natives; to amend the Native Administration Act,1927, the Native Service Contract Act, 1932, and the Natives (Urban Areas) Consolidation Act, 1945, and to provide for incidental m

Arrests and detention

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