|The end of non-violence: first phase of an unfolding programme||
Can South Africa be liberated without a violent struggle.
|Through Shakepspeare's Africa||
Looking at the parallels between Shakespeare's Elizabethan world and the turbulence of urban African life.
|Providing for Sabotage||
The General Law Amendment Bill replaces one political paradox by another.
|South Africa's knife-edge||
Article about violence in South Africa bringing about partition by force.
|The New African: Volume 1, Number 3, March 1962|
|The Cry of Reason AND Namibia on the Brink||
|Marxism and Violence: 1. Different Kinds of Violence|
|Editorial: More Violence|
|Editorial: The Liberty Tree|
|The Death and Rebirth of Hope|
|Editorial: The Road to Beirut|
|Editorial: After the Bomb|
|Editorial: Violence in Church and State|
|On violence and the news media|
|Trying to diffuse violence|
|Hostel war: searching for an alternative to hell|
|Hostel war: organise - or die|
|Sparg sets out ANC policy on violence|
|Programme of Mass Action against Natal violence continues||
Press statement regarding the programme of mass action against Natal violence and the organisations are determined to continue with their programme of mass action for peace, until the government takes decisive steps to end this violence.