|Statements by students arrested at Morris Isaacson High School on October 22, 1976||
The statement of six students arrested at Morris Isaacson High School on 22 October 1976, detailing their detention and torture
|"Do church leaders back violence?" - Zulu king asks|
|"Like a war..."|
|"No space for the masses": a response to Jay Naidoo|
|"Slogans dont kill"|
|"State terrorism" in Cape Town|
|"We the SSRC condemn...," handwritten statement||
This handwritten statement of condemnation contains eight points including that of the detentions of BPA members and the violent actions of the police force.
|'Isolating' SAP violence|
|'Vilgilante violence illegitimate'|
|A Hundred Years in Opposition|
|A message to the Methodist people||
Journal article containing a message to the Methodist people.
|A petitioner speaks|
|A possible negotiating concept||
Confidential note on a possible negotiating concept. No author but possibly a memorandum submitted to the National Working Committee of the ANC by the Commonwealth Eminent Persons Group.
|A speech to the Presidential Committee Meeting of the World Council of Peace by the representative of the African National Congress, Vienna, 27 September 1963|
|A tragedy we can never forget ...|
|About real leaders and true understanding|
|Affidavit: Mangosuthu Gatsha Buthelezi|
|Alexandra is busy re-organising itself|
|All-out war in Seshego|
|Alleged Police Violence in the Port Elizabeth/Uitenhage Area: Paper Presented at National Conference 1986||
Alleged Police Violence in the Port Elizabeth/Uitenhage Area: Paper Presented at National Conference on 15 March 1986 discussing police brutality, riots, mob violence, detentions, violence and torture of detainees, prison conditions, legal system.