Speeches

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Apartheid: a crisis of the Christian conscience

The Alfred and Winifred Hoernle Memorial Lecture, 1964, delivered by Denis Hurley under the auspices of the South African Institute of Race Relations examines the Christian ethic and the South African situation

The Crime is apartheid, the penalty is isolation: Paper presented at the Black Sash National Conference in Johannesburg

The Crime is apartheid, the penalty is isolation: Paper presented at the National Black Sash National Conference in Johannesburg on 22 October 1963, discussing: Apartheid, South West Africa, African States and airspace, international sanctions, expulsion of SA from United Nations, reform.

Academic freedom and human freedom

Speeches by Archbishop Hurley and Jonty Driver, NUSAS President, as well as a Declaration signed by student representatives.

Presidential address delivered at the Conference of the All-African Convention

Presidential address delivered by W. M. Tsotsi at the Conference of the All-African Convention held in Queenstown, 17th to 20th December 1956.

Presidential address delivered at the Annual Conference of the All-African Convention

Presidential address delivered by W. Tsotsi at the Annual Conference of the All-African Convention held in Pietermaritzburg in December, 1958.

The international situation

Typescript of speech prepared by I B Tabata and Jane Gool and delivered by Jane Gool at the conference of the All-African Convention in 1959, while Tabata was banned.

Presidential address presented at the Black Sash National Conference

Presidential address presented at the Black Sash National Conference on 31 October 1960, discussing: Pass Laws, wages, state of emergency, Apartheid, human rights, unjust laws, race relations.

Speech by I B Tabata

Speech made by I B Tabata at a meeting of the African Peoples' Democratic Union of South Africa about imperialism overseas and in South Africa.

National President's report at the Black Sash National Conference

National President's Report at the Black Sash National Conference in East London 7 to 8 November 1961.

The National Situation

Ex tempore speech by I B Tabata at the National Conference of the Unity Movement in January, 1962.

Bantustans, Colouredstans and Indianstans

Speech delivered by L. Mqotsi at the African People's Democratic Union of South Africa Conference.

Presidential Address

Presidential Address delivered by I B Tabata at Cape Town, for the African People's Democratic Union of South Africa.

The African People's Democratic Union of Southern African (APDUSA) Presidential Address, delivered at Cape Town

Address by I B Tabata to the First National Conference of the African People's Democratic Union of Southern Africa (APDUSA), held in Cape Town in April 1962.

Official opening address, National Union of South African Students 42nd Annual Congress, July 4th,1966

National Union of South African Students 42nd Annual Congress, 1966. Official opening address by Alan Paton and the Presidential address by John Daniel.

Opening Address presented at the Black Sash National Conference held at Johannesburg, 1967

Opening Address presented at the Black Sash National Conference held at Johannesburg, 1967 on 16 October 1967, mentioning: Vorster, migrant labour, Suppression of Communism Act, Education Act, Terrorism Act, separate development, families separated by pass laws.

Address on the role and future of NUSAS

Address given by John Daniel at a National Union of South African seminar on the future of the Union. Includes analysis of the student scene in South Africa and an assessment of the current position of the National Union of South African Students.

Outward bounty and inward baaskap: Opening Address by Jean Sinclair presented at the Black Sash National Conference in Cape Town

Outward Bounty and Inward Baaskap Opening Address by Jean Sinclair presented at the Black Sash at National Conference in Cape Town on 15 February 1971 discussing: Apartheid, racial superiority and inferiority, international criticism, exit fom Commonwealth, relations with neighbouring countries,

Students and action in society

Papers presented at the 9th NUSAS National Seminar held at Howick, April 24-28 in 1971.

Speech opening 47th Annual NUSAS Congress

Opening speech at the 47th Annual Congress of the National Union of South African Students, University of Natal, Durban, July 1971. He discusses the experience of being Black in South Africa and his hopes for a better South Africa.

South Africa is main base of imperialism

Speech delivered by I B Tabata to the Fourth Committee of the United Nations.

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