|Problems of the youth movement|
|Press Statement issuded by the President of the South African Indian Congress||
|Press Statement - South African Indian Congress Conference||
Conference - SAIC
|Press Release - 21 October 1956||
The keynote of the deliberations at the 22nd Biennial Conference of the South African Indian Congress was the total rejection of apartheid and all its ramifications. The Conference, in a resolution de-.....
"Since the last conference of our Congress, the Indian people in common vvith the African and coloured peoples, have been subjected to unmitigated oppression on grounds of race and colour.....
The grim story of oppressive rule over non-whites of successive.......
|Press cuttings-repression of youth||
Article on repression of youth regarding repression of students in 1984 as over 50 students were detained, an article on Sowetan regarding fun run to launch the International year of the youth in Soweto that has been organised by a community organisation in the same month, an artilcle on Sowetan
|Presidential address to South Africa Indian Congress by Mr A Christopher||
President of the South African Indian Congress at the Emergency Conference
|Presidential Address delivered by Mr Sorabjee Rustomjee, President of the South African Indian Congressat the Emergency Conference held in Johannesburg||
SIAC Conference - 31st December 1931 till 1 January 1932
|Petition of the SAIC 1946||
|Permanent Organisers Department SASO Leadership Training Programmes: Black Youth Groups and Schools||
Programme and motivation for leadership training amongst Black youth Groups and schools
|PCR Conference - WCC: the youth speak out|
|PC154: Ruth Lundie Collection: A youth at a funeral between two coffins. In the background are posters 'Stop the killings'||
Black and white print 9.5 x 16.3
|Our youth needs ANC revolutionary leadership|
|Our Chapel isn't big enough|
|Opening Address to the First Conference of the Society of Young Africa||
Opening Address to the First Conference of the Society of Young Africa.
|Opening Address by Chief Albert J Luthuli, President-General, African National Congress to the 22nd Bennial Conference of the South African Indian Congress meeting at Gandhi Hall.||
Once again another biennial conf erence is upon you.....
|Notes on Makhanya|
|NIC leaders in Detention - 1980-1981||