|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|
|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.