Circulars

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Soweto Students Representative Council: To all fathers and mothers, brothers and sisters, friends and workers, in all cities, towns and villages in the Republic of South Africa.

Circular, issued by Soweto Students Reprsentative Council, calling on residents of Black townships to boycott Christmas shopping and shebeens as a show of solidarity with those killed by police violence during the liberation struggle

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

Soweto Student Representative Council: Black people let us unite

Circular calling for unity amongst the Black people in their struggle for national liberation

To town, to Eloff, to that exclusive White paradise

Circular urging the people of Johannesburg and surrounding areas to demonstrate against government oppression

Azikwelwa E Thembisa

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

Vukani zizwe

Handwritten circular in Xhosa, with English translation, distributed in the Port Elizabeth area calling for a strike.

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.

To all residents of Soweto, hostels, Reef and Pretoria, we say: remember you are all Blacks

The circular issued by the Soweto Students' Representative Council, in English, Zulu and a translation into Afrikaans, is an appeal to all residents of Soweto and surrounding areas to stop fighting amongst themselves and guard against the tactics of the government which cause division amongst Bl

Soweto Students Representative Council: Pledge solidarity with students

Circular issued by the SSRC calling for increased solidarity with Black students in South Africa in the struggle for freedom

"We the SSRC condemn...," handwritten statement

This handwritten statement of condemnation contains eight points including that of the detentions of BPA members and the violent actions of the police force.

Political trials begin

Statement by the Unity Movement on political trials of members of the Unity Movement that had been arrested.

Letter from Neville Curtis, President, NUSAS, to SRC Presidents and National Executive

General circular letter from the President of the National Union of Students, Neville Curtis, quoting from a letter from C.D.T.

Circular from Oliver Schreiner, Deputy Vice-President, NUSAS, to University Principals and others

General circular from the Deputy Vice-President of the National Union of South African Students. The circular discusses the structure of the National Union and the relation between it and the Students Representative Councils and its branches.

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.

The Black Man in South Africa

Notice of a public lecture to be given by I B Tabata at the University of California, San Diego, entitled The Black Man in South Africa.

Circular from Neville Curtis, President, NUSAS, to SRC Presidents and others

General circular from the President of the National Union of South African Students containing the text of the Commission appointed by the South African Students Organisation to prepare a critique on NUSAS in terms of its usefulness and to consider if there was a necessity for change.

Revolutionary struggle in South Africa

Announcement of a public meeting to take place in London, about the revolutionary struggle in South Africa.

Letter from Neville Curtis, President, NUSAS, to University Principals and others

General circular letter from the President and Vice-President of the National Union of South African Students discussing the structure of the Union and the relationship between the Union and the Students' Representative Councils.

Unity Movement members charged under the Terrorism Act

Statement by the Unity Movement on the political trials of members of the movement who had been arrested and charged.

Letter from Barry Streek, Secretary General, NUSAS, to NUSED Executive and others

General circular letter from Barry Streek, NUSAS, with an outline of the history of university apartheid in South Africa and the Acts and other Government actions that enforced this.

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