|Tribute: Johnstone Johnny Mfanafuthi Makathini|
|The expresion "Bloody Boer" cannot be without significance||
Statement by the Honourable Prime Minister, Comrade R.G. Mugabe, at the opening session of the International Conferenceon children,repression and the law in apartheid South Africa. Harare, 24th september 1987.
|Apartheid feeds on blood|
|Who cannot take sides?||
Statement by Mrs Lisbet Palme at the International Conference on children, repression and law in apartheid South Africa, Harare, 24th september, 1987.
|Sisulu calls for mass action at CDF|
|Talk by Sisulu salutes nation|
|A comment on the F W de Klerk address to Parliament on 2 February 1990||
Penuell Maduna's comments on F W de Klerk's address to Parliament when he announced the unbanning of the African National Congress and the South African Communist Party, amongst other organisations.
|The glory of man|
|1987 - the year mineworkers take control|
|SAAWU - response to Sebe|
|Worker rights and trade union unity in South Africa|
|These are the last days||
Extract from an address delivered in Pietermaritzburg at a meeting of the South African Institute of Race Relations. Note that sections of the document are barely legible.
|Violence and the cross in South Africa today||
Journal article containing extracts of an address by Dr Manas Buthelezi at South African Leadership Conference held in July 20, 1979, about violence and the cross in South Africa. Note that the text is barely legible.
|Where I stand||
Reprint in a journal of an Address given to the Pretoria Press Club given by Bishop Desmond Tutu, General Secretary of the South African Council of Churches.
|The South African Reality||
Journal article containing a speech presented by Desmond Tutu, General Secretary of the South African Council of Churches, to students at the University of Natal.
|Progressive theological education||
Journal article containing a reconstructed address by Frank Chikane, a Minister of the African Methodist Episcopal Chruch, to the Koinonia Conference of Theological Education at the University of the Western Cape in September 1984.
|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.
|Why the Soviet Union is imperialistic|
|New social relations in Mozambique|
|The new Black man in Azania: Black definition of liberation|