|Mission: New words or new understanding?|
|Mobilise the people!||
Draft, annotated ANC statement on the Nkomati Accord.
|Nurses face apartheid: another profession under fire from the government|
|Our Party must answer the enemy's offensive||
Unauthored statement encouraging members to unite against apartheid.
|Paris sanctions conference hears African National Congress of South Africa||
ANC press release regarding a statement by Oliver R Tambo, ANC President, to the International Conference on sanctions against South Africa. States that sanctions should not be seen as a way of reforming apartheid, but rather as a weapon against the apartheid government.
|PC170 Magnus Gunther Collection: Liberal Party 1958-1966|
|Persecution under apartheid law in South Africa||
Paper by Dora Taylor on human rights violations perpetrated by the apartheid government.
|Peter Mckenzie Brown|
|Pietermaritzburg Railway station||
M.K. Gandhi is forcibly removed from a whites-only train carriage ... forcibly removed from a whites-only carriage on a train in Pietermaritzburg, ...
|Play it again, Sam||
SAM RAMSAMY HAS BECOME A CHAMPION OF SOUTH AFRICAN SPORT IN THE WIDER WORLD
|Political action should follow Africa Fund||
Interview with E S Reddy
|Postcard with reproduction of protestors against apartheid, University of Natal||
Black and white print
|Preliminary list of participants: International/Regional Organisations||
Preliminary list of participants: International/Regional Organisations at the World United Against Apartheid for a democratic South Africa Conference in Arusha, Tanzania, December 1-4, 1987. Includes Draft Declaration of the Conference.
|Principle Vincent George||
METHODIST MISSION SCHOOLS FOR INDIANS ... establishment of missionary work in Pietermaritzburg
|Putting the screws on|
|Quo Vadis the Unity Movement?|
|Reaping the ugly harvest|
|Report on public conduct during township protests||
This is the report on police conduct during township protests which took place in August-November 1984, It also includes the pamphlet including chronology and testimonials by Yusuf Veriava and Abubakr Agvat.
|Reverend John Thomas||
Reverend John Thomas, 22 October 1862 – 11 August 1921. He was the first Indian to be ordained as a Christian Minister in South Africa in 1902.
|Review by Edward M Case of Too Late the Pharalope|