|A Black viewpoint on the special PSC on the state of the nation||
Anglican Bishops and representatives of the clergy and laity met at St Peters Conference Centre at Hammanskraal to take a realistic look at the state of the nation at a time of irrevocable crisis with continuing deaths in detention, deteriorating education and deprivation of citizenship for incre
|A Little Light on The Legion|
|An open letter to Desmond Tutu||
Journal article containing a letter of support written by Allan Boesak to Desmond Tutu after the South African Government withdrew Bishop Tutu's passport and accused him of supporting subversive elements and encouraging a revolutionary climate in the country.
|Anglicans and apartheid|
|Apartheid and The Archbishop|
|Archbishop Burnett puts the record straight||
Archbishop Burnett from the Church of the Province of Southern Africa detailing three attacks on the Church by the Minister of Police, the Media and the Church of England
|Archbishop Desmond Tutu: do his views represent those of the majority of Anglicans?|
|Archbishop Desmond Tutu: his personal support for sanctions|
|Are we blind?||
Journal article containing the statement issued by the Anglican Archbishop of Cape Town, about the banning of the Message for 1977 from the Ministers Fraternal in Gugulethu, Nyanga and Langa.
|Editorial Extra: Justice Triumphs|
|Interview with Ronnie Alexander, conducted by Ivan Anthony|
|Letter from Alan Paton to Miriam Janisch|
|Letter from Desmond Tutu to P W Botha A letter to Pretoria||
Open letter from Archbishop Desmond Tutu to PW Botha, excerpted as "A letter to Pretoria" in a briefing paper by the Amercian Committee on Africa, 1989.
|Letter from Judy and John to Phyllis Naidoo||
We received a letter from an American friend asking "whether we are involved in all the hard times in Africa - it sounds horrible". There are certainly ·"hard times" here in Southern Africa, particularly for the poor and unemployed.
|Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to Luli||
The word COMRADE from my Catholic Background, the state and the media in South Africa meant communism and all the horrors that these conjured collectively in the South African psyche.
|More News From S.W.A.|
|Statement by the Archbishop of Cape Town, the Most Rev Bill Burnett||
Journal article containing a statement by the Archbishop of Cape Town, regarding the Church of the Province Synod's resolution that if members of the Security Force hold office in their Church they are expected to consider their witness before God.
|The Anglican Church - dissension in the ranks?|
|The church and the race problem||
Pamplet containing a series of articles published in the Rand Daily Mail, Johannesburg, based on interviews with churchmen on the role of the Church in South Africa
|The Church of the Province of South Africa||
Essay discusses the issues such as the training of Black and White priests, multiracial church services, church schools.