Cosatu News, published by COSATU, the Congress of South African Trade Unions, documents the struggle of workers to gain power in the workplace in o
|Contact||1954 - 1967||
Contact, the official publication of the Liberal Party, was published monthly, in Pietermaritzburg, during the period January 1954 to December 1957
|Congress Resister 1983 - 1989||1983 - 1989||
Congress Resister was published by the Transvaal Indian Congress (TIC), which was formed at the turn of the twentieth century by Mahatma Gandhi.
|Clarion Call||1983 - 1991||
Clarion Call was published as the official journal of the KwaZulu Government, as a record of their activities, and as a mouthpiece of the Inkatha I
Bolt, a periodical covering English language studies focussing on contemporary South African reviews, criticism and creative writing.
|Black Sash / Sash||1956 - 1995||
Sash, originally published as Black Sash, is a detailed record of the activities of the Black Sash organisation: the petitions, protests, marches,
|Black Review||1972 - 1976||
Black Review, was published as an irregular annual by Black Community Programmes (BCP),Durban, which was a major organization within the Black Conc
|Arise! Vukani!||1984 - 1989||
|Apdusa Views||1984 - 1994||
Apdusa Views was first published in 1984.
Amandla-Matla, a newsletter published and distributed underground by the African National Congress, supported and incited revolution against the So
|Africanist News and Views||1968-1973||
Africanist News and Views, published by the Pan Africanist Congress (PAC) of Azania (South Africa), expressed the Pan-Africanist viewpoint in the s
|African Communist, 1959 - 1994||1959 - 1994||
The SACP did not publicly announce its existence until the state of emergency was declared by the government after the police massacres of Sharpevi
Africa South, a journal edited by Ronald M. Segal (1932-2008) was launched in Cape Town in 1956.
Afra Newsletter, Report and Factsheet, all published by the Association for Rural Advancement, present case studies of families personally affected
Abasebenzi, published by the Wages Commission, Student's Representative Council at the University of Cape Town, aimed to create awareness by inform