BANNING

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Opening address at the 59th Annual Congress of the National Union of South African Students, University of Cape Town, 1981.

Acting-president's opening address at the 59th Annual Congress of the National Union of South African Students, University of Cape Town, Cape Town from 28 November to 3 December 1981.

Opening address to the 56th NUSAS Congress

Opening address at the 56th Annual Congress of the National Union of South African Students, Durban, November 1978. Refers, inter alia, to challenges faced by the National Union, its programme of Africanisation, and to the banning of Laura Levetan.

Opening of National Conference, July 1966
Peter and Phoebe Brown. Peter was a founding member of the LPSA. Photo was taken shortly after the lifting of his banning

Black and white print 16 x 21cm original

Peter Brown
Port Elizabeth diary
President's opening address to the 56th NUSAS Congress

Opening address at the 56th Annual Congress of the National Union of South African Students, Durban, November 1978.

Re-Emergency
Report of NUSAS President

Report of the President of the National Union of South African Students at the 58th Annual Congress, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, 29 November to 4 December 1980.

Requiem for Aunt Lizzie

The social and personal impact of banning and house arrest.

Response of the South African Council of Churches to the WCC programme to combat racism

Response of the South African Council of Churches to the WCC programme to combat racism (1969-1979).

Rider and horse in Northern Rhodesia
Second banning order for Jack Simons

Second banning order for Jack Simons issued on 3rd December, 1964.

Some Implications of the 1973 Bannings
Some Notes on Selby Msimang and the Founding of the ANC
South Africa's heroes in the struggle for emancipation

An injection of black students into South Africa's student movement is needed, for black students would act through their vested interest in social change and not through their consciences alone.

South African referendum
State clampdown on People`s Organisations
Statement by the Acting General Secretary of the South African Council of Churches...

Journal article containing the statement by the Acting General Secretary of the South African Council of Churches, John Rees and other church leaders on the decision of the Transkeian Government to ban the Methodist Church and other Statements.

Statement issued by the Praesidium of the South African Council of Churches on Security Branch raid on Diakonia House on November 26th, 1976

Statement issued by the South African Council of Churches (SACC) regarding Security Forces raid on their offices in Diakonia House. Included is also a statement on the banning of Trade Unionist

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