|Families given deadline to move||
Press cutting referring to the eleven days notice given to black residents of Kenton on Sea to move to Committees Drift
|NUSAS bannings condemned||
Articles in the Cape Times reporting on the condemnation by several leading figures of the banning of eight office bearers of the National Union of South African Students. People quoted on the banning include Colin Eglin, Sir Richard Luyt and Sonny Leon. Also an editorial on the issue.
|Black peoples convention||
This is a press article about bunning of black leaders.
|A delegate's account of the Black People's Convention Congress (BPC), King Williams Town, December 13-16, l975||
A delegate's account of the Black People's Convention Congress (BPC), King Williams Town, 13-16 December, l975 and includes extracts from the Final Congress Report
|Eye-witness account of the action by South African police in a Black Township near Cape Town||
A teacher's account of police brutality against High school students in the Cape Peninsula in the period following the Soweto riots, published as an article in The Guardian, United Kingdom
|A blueprint for education||
The Black People's Convention (BPC) has drawn up a blueprint on education and intends to submit it to its national congress at the end of the year for approval before presenting it to the government
|Black Conciousness and its origins||
Thami Zani, the Black People's Convention publicity secretary, explains the history and philosophy of Black Consciousness
|Statement protesting against first bannings under Suppression of Communism Act and calling for defiance of unjust laws||
Statement by Dr Y M Dadoo published in "The Guardian" on May 22, 1952, protesting against first bannings under Suppression of Communism Act and calling for defiance of unjust laws