|The Transkei Bantustan and It's University: A Crisis of Legitimacy|
|The tactics of academic boycott|
|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.
|The road to democratic SRC|
|The Reply of Makerere|
|The Quota Bill|
|The Potato harvest|
|The O'Brien Affair|
|The New African: Volume 4, Number 3, May 1965|
|The long road back for Fort Hare|
|The Image of an 'Open' University|
|The Higher education of race|
|The grave of the mind|
|The Future of the University|
|The Black Side of South Africa||
Killed himself because he wasnt white.......
|Submissions to the Commission of Inquiry into Matters Relating to the Security of the State from the National Union of South African Students||
Submissions prepared for the Commission of Inquiry into Matters Relating to the Security of the State (chaired by Justice H J Potgieter) by the National Union of South African Students.
|Student attitudes study starts|
|Statement issued by the Council and Staff of the Federal Theological Seminary, Alice, Cape Province||
This is a journal article containing a statement from the Council and Staff of the Federal Theological Seminary about the request of the University of Fort Hare to purchase the Federal Seminary located on the boundary of the University property.
|Speech delivered on Graduation Day on behalf of the Graduands, April 1972||
The former President of the SRC of the University of the North delivered the Address at the Graduation Ceremony of April 1972. The university authorities subsequently suspended Mr Tiro and mass protests by the university student body followed.
|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.