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Towards racial justice: will there be a change of heart?

This is the 31st lecture delivered by Alan Paton at the 50th Anniversary Conference of the South African Institute of Race Relations on July 3, 1979 in which the author portrays the social and political injustices in South Africa.

South Africa is coming back: our children

ANC booklet issued during 1979, International Year of the Child. Issues covered include family life under apartheid, child health under apartheid, child farm labour, educational provision for black children in South Africa and the youth in the struggle.

Imperialist conspiracy in Africa

This book contains a collection of selected articles by I B Tabata, the president of the Unity Movement of South Africa.

Moral suasion

This is the 30th lecture delivered by Dr. Hugh Ashton in the Alfred and Winifred Hoernle Memorial Lecture series on january 18, 1978 at the University of Cape Town.

Majority rule: some notes

This forms part of a collection of articles which formed part of a series in The Educational Journal. The series of articles has dissected the concept Majority Rule and analyses it with regard to its meaning in the South African situation.

Torture in South Africa

This book discusses security law, terrorism Act, and politics generally in South Africa

We will not move: the struggle for Crossroads

A report compiled by the National Union of South African Students (NUSAS) covering the period 1975 to 1978 detailing police raids and the intended closure of Crossroads.

Dissension in the ranks: White opposition in South Africa

Book that covers debates by the Liberal Party, the South African Institute of Race Relations, the Black Sash, the African Resistance Movement and the South African Congress of Democrats on the issue of opposition to the South African Government

Christian principles and race problems

This was the first lecture in a series of the Hoernle Memorial Lectures delivered by Jan H. Hofmeyr, who was subsequently a student of Professor Hoernle at the South African College back in 1908.

Africa beyond the Union

This address is the fifth of the Heornle Memorial Lecture series delivered by W.M. Macmillan who describes and differentiates the political, economic and social conditions of countries outside of South Africa.

We come of age

This is the sixth address of the Hoernle Memorial Lecture series delivered by Edgar Brookes who emphasises on the need for White South Africans to make changes to the current political sitaution of South Africa and to journey towards achieving democracy and freedom for all citizens.

Some aspects of the South African industrial revolution

This is the seventh address in the Hoernle Memorial Lecture series deliverd by Dr. H.J. Van Eck.

A survey of race relations in South Africa: October 1950 to September 1951

A survey of race relations in South Africa from October 1950 to September 1951 and includes chapters on: Housing; Health; Nutrition; Social welfare; Employment; School education; Professional, Technical and vocational training; The administration of justice; Evidence of Commissions; Regional repo

Some reflections of civilisation in Africa

The eighth address in the Hoernle Memorial Lecture series delivered by Herbert Frankel in which he reflects on civilisation and society in Africa and his belief is that, one of the marks of civilisation, is the ability of people in society to work together effectively; as social co-operation.

A survey of race relations in South Africa: 1951-1952

A survey of race relations in South Africa in 1952 and includes chapters on: The functioning of South Africa's sovereign Parliament; International affairs and events outside the Union; Rising tensions in South Africa and work to help resolve these; General South African affairs; Urban areas; Rura

A survey of race relations in South Africa: 1953-1954

Survey of race relations in South Africa in 1953 and 1954 and includes chapters on: Politics and attitudes; The plans and activities of non-European organizations and those working in collaboration with them; General work making for improved race relations; Events ouside the Union with bearing on

Survey of race relations in South Africa: 1949-1950

A Survey of race relations in South Africa in 1949-1950 and includes chapters on: Rights and duties of liberals in South Africa; Institute activities and their background; Legislative measures; Policy; Government administrative matters affecting race relaions; Administration of justice; Health an

Education and race relations in South Africa: the interaction of educational policies and race relations in South Africa

This is the eleventh address in Heornle Memorial Lecture series delivered by T.B. Davie, on the changing relations between the State and the schools and universities, with discussion on how politics,and racial and national policies have influenced higher education in South Africa.

Penal reform and race relations

This address delivered by Winifred Hoernle is the fourth in the series of the Hoernle Memorial Lectures. This is the first public statement on the report of the Penal Reform Commission, on which Mrs. Hoernle served.

Group conflicts and race prejudice

This lecture is the third in the series Hoernle Memorial Lecture in which there is discussion on the topic of race prejudices in South Africa and the impact it has on group conflicts and further displays how closely the're associated with the social situation that exists in South Africa.

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