|Fighting Talk Volume 10 Number 2 February 1954||
Fighting Talk - independent monthly review
|Fighting Talk Volume 10 Number 12 February 1957||
Fighting Talk - a monthly journal for democrats
|Fighting Talk Volume 10 Number 10 November 1954||
|Fighting Talk August 1962||
Fighting Talk - special issue with an urgent appeal to readers and subscribers to keep the magazine in print.
|Encounter with Brazil||
EdThe General Assembly, in its resolution 2060 (XX) requested the Secretary-General to organize an international seminar on apartheid in 1966 under the programme of advisory services in the field of human rights.
|Emergent themes in South African propoganda||
Briefing notes to the Commonwealth Committee on South African propaganda and censorship regarding South African Government propaganda and necessary responses.
|Editorial: Apartheid in crisis|
|Editorial note for Hofmeyr biography|
|Editorial comment: Death to the apartheid monster!|
|E-mail from Phyllis Naidoo to David Gonzalez||
Its 7pm, and therefore its midday in Cuba. I follow you with my clock. Always 7 hours behind. Then why did I wake you up this morning probably around 5am. I know simply because I get up early and I am impatient for you to wake up to welcome the day.
|Durban's beachfront "calamity"|
|Durban Workers Demonstrate||
|Dr John Philip|
|DR GM Naicker President of the SAIC||
Dr GM Naicker played a key role in planning a mass civil disobedience movement. The initiative was taken by the ANC and the PAC which called on Africans to revolt against the carrying of passes.
|Dr Bernard Friedman|
|Don`t call me madam|
Draft of editorial by I B Tabata for the independent newspaper, Ikhwezi Lomso, following the death of Strydom and his replacement by Dr Verwoerd.
|Dear Ahmedbhai, Dear Zuleikhabehn: The Letters of Zuleikha Mayat and Ahmed Kathrada, 1979-1989||
In this collection of letters between a South African political prisoner and a community organizer in Durban, two people who have never met become dear friends during the last decade of apartheid.
|De Klerk's new South Africa: apartheid out? segregation in!|
|Cricket and corruption: the post apartheid relationship between India and South Africa within and beyond the boundary||
International sports sanctions against the apartheid government resulted in the isolation of South African cricket from 1970 to 1991.