SOUTH AFRICAN STUDENTS ORGANISATION

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Chapter two: Black organisations - Educational and cultural groups
Chapter thirteen: Youth and student organisations
Chapter twelve: Education for Blacks - higher education
Chapter twelve: Bannings
Chapter one: Self-help
Chapter five: South African Indian Council
Chapter six: Black consciousness
Presidential address to the 8th GCS

The Presidential Address to the 8th General Council meeting of the South African Students' Organisation, 4-9 July 1976

Black Consciousness Movement of South Africa: speech given to the assembly of the IUEF, held in Geneva, 22 November 1975

The address outlines the role of the Black Conciousness Movement in the 1976 Soweto uprising and emphasises the need for action for liberation.

Education as an instrument for liberation.

This Address to a fund-raising banquet for the South African Students Organization in Durban, June 1973, discusses the traditional role of education, looks at the teacher-student relationship and examines ways in which education can be used to initiate change.

SASO Newsletter, 1970 - 1976

By the late 1960s many black students increasingly began to feel the frustration and disillusionment similar to that which had led to the Fort Hare SRC to disaffiliate from NUSAS in 1952.

South African Students' Organisation: Resolutions adopted at the 1st SASO General Students' Council, July 4th - July 10th 1970

The document contains a list of the resolutions tabled

South African Students' Organisation: Resolutions adopted at the 1st SASO General Students' Council, July 4th - July 10th 1970

The document contains a list of the resolutions tabled

Report of CULCOMM to the NEC held at Alan Taylor residence

A report on the promotion of Black arts and cultural activities by the Black Conciousness Movement.

South African Students' Organisation: Report of Leadership Training Seminar, Edendale Lay Ecumenical Center, Pietermaritzburg, December 5-8, 1971

Report back on the leadership training seminar organised by the South African Students' Organisation

Report on the 1st National Formation School held on the 1st to the 4th December 1969. at the Black Section,University of Natal

The idea behind the Formation school was to allow participants the chance for self-development through participation in discussions and other projects.This offered participants training in leadership skills which will contribute to to developing capable leaders within SASO.

Permanent Organisers Department SASO Leadership Training Programmes: Black Youth Groups and Schools

Programme and motivation for leadership training amongst Black youth Groups and schools

Press Statement concerning the transition in Mozambique: riots, rallies etc

A press statement issued by SASO on the independance of Mozambique

Press release issued following the Mariannhill Conference held on 1-3 December 1968.

The press release provides reasons for establishing a national student organisation (SASO) South African Students Organisation..

South African Students Organisation: SASO Policy Manifesto

SASO Policy Manifesto

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