|Bantu Areas- the machinery of oppression|
|Will there be war?|
|Dr Dubois is ninety|
|Native, Bantu and African||
Discussion with African friends and a study of opinion among them long ago convinced me of the great importance attached to correct forms of politeness, the use of names and terms of address and of respect
|The Transkei tragedy: continuing a detailed study of effect of the Bantu Authorities Act in the Union`s biggest reserve|
|The Transkei tragedy : National grave-diggers|
|The Transkei tragedy: a study in the Bantu Authorities Act: 4. the last word|
|Bantu education goes to university|
|On the ideological front|
|Letter from Rev G Hawkes, to the Secretary, Van der Walt Commission of Inquiry into the Consolidation of the Ciskei||
Letter to the Secretary, Van der Walt, Commission of Inquiry into the Consolidation of the Ciskei from representatives of various churches (Anglican, Catholic, Congregational, Lutheran, Methodist and Presbyterian)in the Ciskei.
|Letter from Steve Biko to Thami Mazwai||
Letter written to Thami Mazwai explaining the reason for not wanting to make a press statement regarding the work of the South African Students Organisation.
|Letter from D. V. Naidoo and Steve Biko to Fort Hare re Conference in December at Mariannhill, Oct. 14, 1968, with enclosed statement, "Background to the conference,"||
Invitation to Black universities and training colleges to attend a conference to be held from the 1st to the 3rd of December 1968.The conference is intended to be an extension of dialogue amongst the non-white centres in South Africa.
|Letter from the Town Clerk of the City of Grahamstown to the Secretary of the National Council of African Women||
Letter from the Town Clerk of the City of Grahamstown addressed to the Secretary of the National Council of African Women discussing the reasons behind the establishment of a municipal beerhall in the townships.
|The earliest known strikes: black workers in South Africa|
|Review: Influence of apartheid and capitalism on the development of black trade unions in South Africa|
|A review of some 'popular' anthropoligical approaches to the understanding of black workers|
|Review: Power! Black workers, their unions and the struggle for freedom in South Africa|
|Black industrial protest on the Witwatersrand, 1901-02|
|The widows of the reserves||
Article about hardships and poor living conditions experienced by African women living in the reserves while their husbands are forced to work in cities, mines and farms and because of the migratory labour system may not be accompanied by their wives.
|Words of encouragement to workers from the Chief Minister of KwaZulu Legislative Assembly - M. Gatsha Buthelezi||
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