|South Africa Report||
Handwritten report from an underground operative on discussions with the South African Institute of Race Relations, Unions and detainees about protests, stay-aways, strikes and marches. Also covers the Black Consciousness Movement, Buthelezi, and detentions.
|The Black Sash Durban Advice Office: Report to National Conference 1975||
Durban Advice Office Annual Report to National Conference on 10 March 1975, discussing: Forced removals, work permits, pass laws, Unemployment Insurance, Apartheid, Trade Unions, Contract workers, housing, legal assistance.
|The Independent Trade Union Movement in Natal|
|Rhetoric, Bureaucracy and Co-option|
|What the Black Workers Think|
|Judging The Labour Judges In Britian and South Africa|
|Selby Msimang and Trade Union Organisation in the 1920's|
|Editorial: The Government and The Black Worker|
|African National Congress statement: International Conference of Trade Unions on sanctions and other actions against the apartheid regime in South Africa||
African National Congress statement on the International Conference of Trade Unions on Sanctions and other actions against the apartheid regime in South Africa.
|To the working men and women of the world||
ANC message to workers of the world on the organisation's 70th Anniversary, requesting support.
|Support the South African struggle|
|Building unity in action - the workers' summit|
|COSATU Special Congress|
|APDUSA Bulletin 4: Dont vote! its not a crime||
This pamphlet wishes to clear some fears and anxieties of those members with regards to the consequences of them not casting a vote or registration to vote. Some of the fears that face the members are that they will lose their homes, pension, and various grants.
|APDUSA Bulletin 3: Dont help sellouts to get R40 000 a year||
This pamphlet analysis and illustrates the results of the elections held in 1981, in which the government offered the SAIC to the Indian people. The liberatory movement introduced the Dont Vote Campaign and about 90% of the people boycotted the elections.
|APDUSA Bulletin 2: Aug. 22 elections and you||
APDUSA (African Peoples Democratic Union of South Africa) is calling for a boycott to the elections and is seen as the only method of rejecting the new constitution.
|Fattis and Monis strike||
Pamphlet issued by the Catholic Students Society at Witwatersrand University in July 1979 supporting workers from Fattis nd Monis, on strike for higher wages and better working conditions.
|APDUSA Bulletin 1: Don't vote!||
This pamphlet aims to plead to those involved in the liberatory movement to consider carefully before taking the decision to vote or to boycott for their new candidates in the House of Representatives and in the House of Delegates.
|Interview with Mr H Molooi||
Interview with Mr H Molooi at Chesterville in Durban, South Africa, in which he discusses his acquaintance with Mrs Ngcobo, and his experiences as a labourer at that time. Mrs Ngcobo was the only known, living daughter of Langalibalele Dube, until 1978, when she passed on.