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"An attack on us all"
1988: Detentions
2 Emergencies 1960 and 1986
A Foreign correspondent in South Africa
A new kind of banning order
A S Chetty Collection: A S Chetty after his release in 1960, State of emergency

Black and white print 12.7 x 7.8cm

Appeal Court and Emergency Powers
Black Sash editorial
Body blows to Black democracy
Boycott - FOSATU and other unions put their muscle behind a country-wide consumer boycott

FOSATU together with the Food and Canning Workers Union, the Commercial Catering and Allied Workers Union, the General Workers Union, the Cape Town Municipal Workers Association and the National Union of Mineworkers have decided to put their weight behind a national consumer boycott in protest at

Call to whites Repression: Has the State of emergency really ended?

The official state of emergency ended on March 7 1986, as in that month more people died than at any other time during the state of Emergency

Campaign for National United Action: Christmas against the emergency December 16 to 26

Newspaper clipping regarding campaign for National United Action-christmas against the emergengcy December 16 to 26. UDF pledge themselves to ten days of united action in protest against apartheid and the state of emergency

Chemchemi Newsletter, no. 3, June 1964
Civil Rights News Letter, October 1960
Clamp on 18 organisations: another blow to democratic opposition
COSATU News seized
Crossroads - KTC holocaust
Defend, consolidate and advance the Front

An article on defend, consolidate and advance the Front which is divided in five topics such as National democratic struggle and the front approach, broadening the front, the United Democratic Front and political centre, the United Front and the state of emergency and the way forward.



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