|Civil Rights League Newsletter Vol 34 No.2 October 1987|
|Letter from Howard to Phyllis Naidoo||
I spoke to you about the case of Guy Berger and others presently detained under the Terrorism Act at Fort Glamorgan, East London.
|Letter from Bernhard to Phyllis Naidoo||
I use the time of this nice and peaceful Sunday afternoon to drop a line to you.
|Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to Rev Walker||
My friend in the USA sent me your leaflet celebrating the victory Cuba in 1996 and celebrating the children of Cuba in 1997. Can you believe that even in a democratic SA we did not hear about the blockade of your caravan, We did not know of the fast. How are the 5 who fasted. We salute them.
|Letter from Kate and Brian to Phyllis Naidoo||
Your heart must be breaking. That you find the strength to go on is a statement to you inner resources. You have lived out your idealism, turned anger and frustration into very concerted action, being the support and the shield of so many.
|Letter from Sheila to Phyllis Naidoo||
Many Thanks for the picture of my children and your expressions of pride, pain and solidarity. So much sadness has passed our way over the years.
|Salute to defiance||
A message to the 12th international Students Conference Nairobi.
|Releases a victory for the people||
Statement by Congress of South African Trade Unions and the United Democratic Front on behalf of the Mass Democratic Movement regarding their release which is also a victory for the international solidarity movement.
|New year message of the United Democratic Front: December 1987||
Press release from the United Democratic Front with a new year message in which the United Democratic Front salutes courage bravery and determination of the victims of apartheid and those still struggling for a democratic, non-racial and unitary South Africa.
|ANC International Solidarity Conference, Arusha, 1-4 December 1987: Message||
Message delivered by Teodata Hunguana, Minister of Information, People's Republic of Mozambique, at the African National Congress International Solidarity Conference in Arusha, 1-4 December 1987.
|Statement of the President of the African National Congress of South Africa||
Statement of the President of the African National Congress of South Africa, Oliver R Tambo, at the International Conference in support of liberation movements and solidarity with frontline states, Lusaka, Zambia, 10-13 April 1979.
|A statement of the African National Congress of South Africa delivered at a Conference of the Continuation Committee of the Lisbon International Conference in support of the peoples of southern Africa, London, 21-23 March 1978||
A statement of the African National Congress, delivered by Secretary General, Alfred Nzo, to a conference of the Continuation Committee of the Lisbon International Conference in support of the peoples of Southern Africa, London, 21-23 March, 1978.
|Views of Black Christians on South Africa's present and future||
Address delivered by Sam Buti, General Secretary of a Nederduitse Gereformeerde Kerk in Africa (NGKA) to a Conference organised by the Lutheran and NGKA congregations in Soweto in cooperation with the Christian Academy in South Africa
|Workers strike out against divisions|
|Solidarity and union power in East Cape|
|Statement on detentions by General Secretariate of the SA Catholic Bishops' Conference||
Report issued by the General Secretariate of the SA Catholic Bishops about the detention of two Catholic priests, Smangaliso Mkhatshwa and Clement Okoka.
|Solidarity as a Means to Peaceful Co-Existence|
|Statement by the President of the African National Congress of South Africa,on the occasion of the launching of the international year against apartheid||
Statement by Oliver R Tambo, President of the ANC, on the occasion of the launching of the International Year Against Apartheid at the United Nations Organisation in New York in 1978.
|Motion: We, members of the University of Cape Town||
The members of the University of Cape Town express concern at the direction in which South African society is heading and express solidarity with people suffering from the humiliation and oppression engendered by the social system.