|Law and order or terror and disorganization: presidential Address presented at the Black Sash National Conference held at Johannesburg, 1988||
Opening Address by National President Mary Burton at National Conference held at Johannesburg on 10 March 1988, discussing: Indigenous history, Rule of Law, People's Justice, End Conscription Campaign, restrictions on political parties and trade unions, Bill of Rights.
|The Black Sash National Conference presidential Address held at Cape Town, 1979||
Opening Address by National President Joyce Harris at National Conference held at Cape Town on 12 March 1979, discussing: Apartheid, Pass Laws, Migrant Labour System, housing, forced removals, hostels, homelands.
|Women in action|
|Detentions in Port Elizabeth and Uitenhage during the second National State of Emergency: Paper Presented at National Conference 1987||
Detentions in Port Elizabeth and Uitenhage during the second National State of Emergency: Paper Presented at National Conference on 13 March 1987 discussing case statistics, State of Emergency, detentions, forced removals, juvenile imprisonment.
|Report of the Information and Propaganda Sub-committee of the General Executive of the Black Sash for the year 1956 to 1957||
Report of the Information and Propaganda Sub-committee of the General Executive of the Black Sash for the year May 1956 to April 1957, discussing: Multi-racial Government, demonstrations, propaganda, publishing, human rights, education, resources.
|Crossroads: Paper presented at National Conference 1980||
Crossroads -Paper presented at National Conference on 12 March 1980 discussing permanent residence eligibility, Urban Areas Act, homelands, migrant labour, Group Areas Act, work permits, lack of utilities, health.
|What then shall we do? from our postbag.|