|Report of the Department of Coloured Affairs for the period 1st April 1955 - 31st December 1958||
Report by the South African Department of Coloured Affairs outlining activities and new developments relating to the Coloured population
|Grahamstown and Group Areas||
Documents relating to the Group Areas Act and its negative implications for Grahamstown communities, with particular reference to the Chinese, Indian, Coloureds, and European communities.
|Particulars of families in needy areas with reference to Mbekweni in Whittlesea||
Statistics of resettled Black families in need of food aid and financial assistance
|The ANC Code of Conduct||
Observations and suggestions on a document by Comrade Nelson Miya regarding the African National Congress's Code of Conduct written in consultation with Zola Skweyiya.
|Building post-apartheid local government||
African National Congress report on the proposals of the Thornhill Committee for a new local government system.
|Facts about the current situation in South Africa and what is to be done||
African National Congress report on the current situation in South Africa and how to respond. Examines the South African regime, the Black Consciousness Movement, the African National Congress struggle, role of youth, students and teachers, the ANC and newly banned organisations and Inkatha.
|The current situation inside SA||
Report from Natal on the current political situation in South Africa. Examines results of regime's repression. Demonstrates refusal of the people to submit to Inkatha or the Government.
|Report of the Resolutions Committee||
Report on an African National Congress seminar to discuss Constitutional guidelines from the National Executive Committee.
|Recommendations of Consultative Conference||
Recommendations of the South African Communist Party Consultative Conference. Recommends transforming the party, that there should be internal democracy and accountability, public accountability, that the relationship between the party and fraternal organisations should change.
|Report on visit to Guinea-Bissau||
Walter Mavuso's report on a visit to Guinea-Bissau.
|The role of business in South Africa's future||
ANC report of Group B, Commission 5 of a meeting between the ANC and big business on the role of business in South Africa's future. Includes summary of presentations and of the open discussion.
|Society for the Abolition of the Death Penalty in South Africa||
Details of prisoners awaiting death sentence
|Report on the Whittlesea Resettlement areas with special reference to Zweledinga||
Report by the Border Council of Churches on problems faced by Black families who were forcibly removed from their homes because of the policy of separate development and resettled at Whittlesea.
|Report of the Commission of Enquiry into the general distribution and selling prices of intoxicating liquor||
Extract of report from a Commission of Enquiry into the supply of liquor to non-Whites (Blacks, Coloureds, Asians, Chinese)
|Annual report of the Commissioner of the South African Police for the year 1959||
Annual report of the Commissioner of the South African Police for the year 1959
|Fort Hare crisis||
Appendix B to President's Report, presented at 45th Annual Congress of the National Union of South African Students, 1969. Includes fact-sheets on events at the University College of Fort Hare which led to the suspension of over 300 students.
|The Majefe Affair||
Appendix A to the President's Report at the 45th Annual Congress of the National Union of South African Students, University of Cape Town, 6th-14th July, 1969.
|A brief outline of matters discussed by the National Executive Sub-committee for June 26 with the African Liberation Committee||
Report on a meeting between the ANC National Executive Committee and the African Liberation Committee held in Dar Es Salaam regarding the organisation of a campaign to commemorate June 26th.
|Report on meeting of members of Executive held in Dar es Salaam, 28th February 1968||
Report of a meeting of the ANC Executive held in Dar es Salaam, mainly to discuss the Pan Africanist Congress plans to commemorate Sharpeville day.
|Portuguese territories and Rhodesia-first defence line against terrorism|