SOUTH AFRICAN STUDENTS ORGANISATION

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Letter from Steve Biko to Neville [Curtis]

The letter queries the Preident of NUSAS on possible changes in the structure of NUSAS organisation.

Letter from Steve Biko to Thami Mazwai

Letter written to Thami Mazwai explaining the reason for not wanting to make a press statement regarding the work of the South African Students Organisation.

Letter from Steve Biko to Colin [Collins] re follow-up discussion on financial assistance to SASO from UCM, Aug 15, 1969.

A request for financial assistance from the University Christian Movement by the President of the the South African Students Organisation Steve Biko

Letter from Steve Biko to the executive

This is the letter from Steve Biko to the executive about the trips to some black campuses namely: Federal Theological Seminary and Fort Hare.

Letter from Steve Biko to Colin Collins, regarding arrangements for a SASO and UCM Conference.

The letter, including a handwritten postscript, provides details of transport arrangements for a South African Students Organisation (SASO) and a United Christian Movement (UCM) Conference.

Letter from the Secretary of SASO to the President of NUSAS

The letter contains a notification of a resolution passed at the SASO Conference held in Durban on 4 to 10 July 1970 which effectively withdraws SASO's recognition of NUSAS as a true national student union.

Letter from Neville Curtis to Barney Pityana

Letter from Neville Curtis to Barney Pityana containing a list of contact details for possible funders in the United States.

Letter from Paul Pretorius (NUSAS) to Temba Sono (SASO)

This letter from Temba Sono (SASO) to Paul Pretorius (NUSAS) continues the correspondence about interaction and cooperation between the two student organisations

Letter from Paul Pretorius (NUSAS) to Temba Sono (SASO)

The letter from Paul Pretorius (NUSAS) is a response to a letter from Themba Sono (SASO) about restricting interaction and cooperation with NUSAS.

Letter from Temba Sono (SASO) to Paul Pretorius (NUSAS)

The letter to Paul Pretorius (NUSAS) indicates SASO's intention to restrict interaction and cooperation with NUSAS.

Letter from Barney Pityana to Neville Curtis

Letter from Barney Pityana (President, SASO) to Neville Curtis (NUSAS) regarding NUSAS and SASO relations.

Letter from Neville Curtis to Barney Pityana

Letter from Neville Curtis to Barney Pityana (SASO) regarding relations between NUSAS and SASO

Letter from Neville Curtis to Geoff Budlender

The letter is a request for Geoff Budlender to contact Barney Pityana

Letter from Barney Pityana to Barry Streek

The letter discusses the issue of SASO/NUSAS representation at the Commonwealth Students' Conference in the context of representation of the two organisations at foreign/overseas meetings

South African Students Organisations

This is a letter from the secretary of South African Students Organisations to Dear Sir about resolutions passed by SASO at the conference held at the University of Natal (Alan Taylor Residence) from 4th-10th July, 1970.

Letter from D. V. Naidoo and Steve Biko to Fort Hare re Conference in December at Mariannhill, Oct. 14, 1968, with enclosed statement, "Background to the conference,"

Invitation to Black universities and training colleges to attend a conference to be held from the 1st to the 3rd of December 1968.The conference is intended to be an extension of dialogue amongst the non-white centres in South Africa.

The Black Conciousness Movement in South Africa in the late 1960s

This article critically analyses the development of the Black Conciousness Movement in South Africa in the late 1970s and 1980s

Steve Biko: after ten years

Barney Pityana, a close friend and colleague of Steve Biko, was invited to preach this sermon at Notting Hill Methodist Church, London, on the 10th anniversary of Steve Biko's death.

The birth of the Black Consciousness Movement in South Africa

This article which was published in WSCF Journal, Volume 1 No 2, 1979, pages 26-31, traces the birth and development of the Black Consciousness Movement to the banning of all Black Consciousness Movement organisations in 1977.

The Black Peoples Convention

The article discusses the development of the South African Students Organisation (SASO) and The Black Peoples Convention and their contribution to the political struggle in South Africa.

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