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Black Peoples Convention

A flyer published in Zulu by the Black Peoples Convention urging unity and solidarity of its members. The flyer is accompanied by a handwritten draft in English and a translation from the Zulu version by the Control Interpreter, Magistrate's Office in Durban.

Bantu Education: Yet another assault on the people!

Call to the people to adopt the policy of the All-African Convention and oppose Bantu Education.

Background information on the Urban Foundation's request to meet with the National Office of the United Democratic Front

Background information on the Urban Foundation's request to meet with the National Office of the United Democratic Front

Azikwelwa E Thembisa

Circular urges parents to unite with students in stayaways planned to oppose state oppression

Azikhwelwa: Parents co-operate with us!

Circular, issued by the Soweto Students' Representative Council, calling for a boycott and stayaway by parents and workers from the 13-15 September 1976 in sympathy with those killed or detained by the police. Issued in English, Zulu and Sotho.

Azikhwelwa: Monday 1st - 5th November, l976

Circular, issued by the Soweto Students Representative Council, calling for further worker and consumer boycott

Azikhwelwa, to all Form 3 Students

Circular, issued by Soweto Students Representative Council, in English and Sotho, asks students to return to school to write their examination and calls for continued community support for national liberation

Appeal to all ANC (SA) graduates abroad

An appeal by Sizakele Sigxashe on behalf of Pallo Jordan and the African National Congress Research Department to ANC graduates to join them in Lusaka.

Apartheid Education System
Anti-Segregation Council

Anti-Segregation Council

An open letter to members of the UMSA who have received copies of Carl's polemic

Open letter from Wycliffe Tsotsi to members of the Unity Movement, regarding Scrape Ntshona's suspension from the movement and accusations levelled against the movement by Carl Brecker.

Albert John Luthuli (1898-1967)

Tribute to Albert Luthuli (1898-1967). Appendix A of the Presidential Address at the 44th Annual Congress of the National Union of South African Students, 30 June to 9 July 1968.

Address at the National General Council 1985

An address in the first meeting of the National General Council appreciating the changes that have been done in the enemy camp.

A reply to Livingstone Mqotsi and the anonymous members of the Unity Movement in Zambia by a member of the Unity Movement in South Africa

Circular by Leonard Makhuza Nikani, a member of the South African Unity Movement, regarding a circular sent out by Livingstone Mqotsi and members of the Zambian Unity Movement which contained accusations against I B Tabata and the Unity Movement.

A message from the Administrator-General of Namibia and the Special Representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations to all SWAPO personnel

Circular from the Administrator-General of Namibia to SWAPO soldiers to lay down their weapons and return to Angola giving them an undertaking of safety if they return to Namibia peacefully.

A call to conference

Call by the Non-European Unity Movement to liberation organisations to send delegates to a conference to discuss oppression in South Africa.

A call to all: now is the time to take an active role in the struggle for human dignity

The call is made by students of the Cape Peninsular to join the fight for human dignity against the unjust apartheid system.

A call for Unity

A call for Unity by the Unity Movement of South Africa. Calls for all South African liberation movements to present a united front against oppression.

A call for a National Convention for the Republic of South Africa

Circular which discusses the reasons for the call for a National Convention for the Republic of South Africa, the deteriorating situation in the country, the authority of a National Convention, members, objectives and the preparation for the National Convestion.

A brief history of student action in South Africa, plus a brief history of English/ Afrikaans /non-white student relations

Brief history of student action in South Africa from 1916 to 1971 and brief history of relationships between English, Afrikaans and Black students from 1924 to 1971.


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