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Political trials begin

Statement by the Unity Movement on political trials of members of the Unity Movement that had been arrested.

Pretoria Central Gaol, 1960
Rubin Hare, affidavit re treatment by police following arrest on November 7, 1974, in Cape Town, International Universities Exchange Fund, The New Terrorists, 1976

An affidavit, written on 13 February 1975, by Rubin William Hare regarding his treatment by police following his arrest on 7 November 1974 in Cape Town

The Pass Law battle
The Pattern of South Africa's emergency
The Pietermaritzburg arrests
The Sekhukhuneland terror
The Treason trial: forever?
The Trial takes shape (III)
The White liberals and the treason arrests
Transkei re-visited
Verwoerd lets loose terror

Circular by the All-African Convention and the Unity Movement regarding arrests of members of the All-African Convention and the Unity Movement.

Verwoerd lets loose terror on All-African Convention and Unity Movement of South Africa: the struggle goes on

Circular by the All-African Convention and the Unity Movement on the arrests and bannings of some members of these organisations.

Women and passes (II)


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