|Editorial: The Biko Inquest|
|Editorial: Give us Another Six Months|
|Statement by the Archbishop of Cape Town, the Most Rev Bill Burnett||
Journal article containing a statement by the Archbishop of Cape Town, regarding the Church of the Province Synod's resolution that if members of the Security Force hold office in their Church they are expected to consider their witness before God.
|Statement issued by the Praesidium of the South African Council of Churches on Security Branch raid on Diakonia House on November 26th, 1976||
Statement issued by the South African Council of Churches (SACC) regarding Security Forces raid on their offices in Diakonia House. Included is also a statement on the banning of Trade Unionist
|Indian Opinion Vol.58 No.34 Aug 1960|
|Workers clock-out early after police assaults|
|Sharpeville: March 21, 1960||
In 1960 before that terrible day of March 21 some workers resigned from work because they were preparing for that day.
|Over 1 500 detained since July 20||
One of the major reasons for the State President, PW Botha, declaring a State of Emergency in 36 magisterial districts was to justify the mass detentions of some 1 500 people since July 20.
|Security: a hot debate in mid-winter|
|IDASA encounters "Q"|
|Townships under siege|
|Massacre on Railway Street|
|The siege of Jeppe Street|
|Policemen bungle spying attempt on Inkatha|
|Renewed fighting in April||
On April 1 1989, the start of the implementation of Resolution 435, clashes between Swapo guerillas and South African security forces broke out in northern Namibia . For nine days the most intense fighting in the history of the border war raged along the 300 km frontier .
|Emergency: a licence to kill!|
|Incident at Trafalgar High School||
A teacher's account of an unprovoked attack on school children of Trafalgar High School, Cape Town by riot police from the South African Police Services.