|An address delivered to the United Nations Committee||
Address delivered by I B Tabata to the United Nations Committee in Lusaka, Zambia. Covers the problem of the colonies and the Protectorates. Argues that these subjects cannot be adequately dealt with without addressing the problem of South Africa.
|Presidential Address delivered at the All-African Convention||
Presidential Address delivered at the All-African Convention held at Queenstown, 15th to 17th December 1955.
|The dualism of IB Tabata|
|Self rule in the Transkei: a monstrous fraud||
The Bantu Authorities in Transkei have accepted a constitution, which the Unity Movement is unhappy about; to which this document ensures continued domination of the Transkei by the Republic of South Africa.
|New Age Vol.4 No.757 Dec. 1957|
|The National situation, an address delivered at the Edendale Conference of the All African Convention||
The address opens with a description of three major landmarks of the year, namely;The first, the Treason Trial, which began on 5 December 1956 where 156 people were arrested in a Union-wide police swoop. The second, was the arrest of more than 200 African men and women of Sekukuniland.
|Out of the strike|