SOUTH AFRICAN STUDENTS ORGANISATION

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Freedom struggles of the past: what can we learn from them to enhance grass roots involvement

A SASO memorandum for the Transvaal Regional Formation School, held at Turfloop, 21-22 September 1974

Practical application of the ideology of Black Consciousness

The memorandum outlines the practical application of Black Consciousness ideologies

Winterveld Community Project

This memorandum contains an outline of the community upliftment project planned by SASO in the area of Winterveld, north of Pretoria in the Transvaal, South Africa

The Politics of protest for Black students

This memorandum deals with the aims of political activity and the forms of protest open to Black students

South African Students Organisations: portfolio of education

This is a memorandum containing South African Students Organisations portfolio of education.

South African Students' Organisation: Portfolio of education

This SASO document examines the role of separate development in controlling education for Black people. Included are statistics showing enrollment figures at South African Universities, government financing, graduates and staff composition and bursaries available for students.

Paper on SASO

Confidential paper from the President of the National Union of South African Students (NUSAS) to the members of the National Council of the NUSAS, discussing the relationship between NUSAS and the SASO (South African Students Organisation).

Introduction to Formation School

This SASO memorandum sets out the path for students to follow in their quest for national liberation, for discussion at the SASO Formation School, Edendale, 1971

Understanding SASO: introduction to Formation School

This SASO memorandum sets out the path for students to follow in their quest for national liberation, for discussion at the SASO Formation School, Edendale, 1971. This memorandum lacks an introduction.

Community Action and Development

For effective programs that make the Black communities aware of the problems that bedevil it, SASO developed well planned educational programmes to train Black leaders. The aim was to create a just and healthy community which would be able to realise its full potential.

Local organisation: fact paper

The effectiveness of any organisation depends on the organisational ability of its leaders. This memorandum maps out a guide toward effective leadership amongst the Black community particularly in the home situation.

Letter from Terrence Tryon of SASO to Secretary of the Soweto Students Representative Council 1977

A letter of invitation to the Soweto Student's Representative Council to attend the 9th General Students Council Meeting of the South African Students Organisation in July 1977

Letter from Terrence Tryon to the African Teachers Association of South Africa

The letter is an invitation to members of the South African Students Organisation to the 9th annual general students council meetingto be held on the 3rd and 9th July 1977

Letter from Jeff Duma Baqwa to Welile Nhlapho

Notification to members of the Literacy Sub-Committee of meetings to be held during 1973, including an Agenda for the meeting of 21 September 1973

Letter from Steve Biko to SRC Presidents

Letter to student and other organisations outlining the historical background, structure and policy of the South African Students' Organisation (SASO)

Letter from Neville Curtis to Steve Biko

The letter is an exchange of thoughts on the activities of both organisations and a discussion on possible co-operation between NUSAS and SASO.

Letter from Neville Curtis to Steve Biko

The letter is an exchange of thoughts on the activities of both organisations and a discussion on possible co-operation between NUSAS and SASO.

Letter from Neville Curtis to Steve Biko

The letter is an exchange of thoughts on the activities of both organisations and a discussion on possible co-operation between NUSAS and SASO.

South African Students Organisations

This is a letter from Barney Pityana about the historical background of the South African Students Organisation, structure, aims, the press, protests, and independence for the black universities.

Letter from Steve [Biko] to Neville [Curtis], Nov 28,1969.

Letter written to Neville Curtis student leader of NUSAS regarding the forthcoming restructuring of NUSAS.

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