Pro Veritate, a Christian monthly journal, reflects a theological point of view towards the ideologies of the ruling National Party.
|Summary of activities taken against the Christian Institute and Spro-Cas between August 1973 and January 1974||
Chronology of the Commission of Enquiry into Certain Organizations, which became a parliamentary Commission of Enquiry known as the Schlebusch Commission. Includes the background to the charges laid by the State against Ravan Press in November 1978
|The Christian Institute and Black South Africa||
An article dealing with the significance of non-racial organisations like the Christian Institute for Black South Africans
|Statement of the South African Council of Churches||
Journal article containing a statement by various church bodies including the South African Council of Churches, the Christian Institute, IDAMASA, the World Council of Churches, ALCA and several foreign churches in reaction to the unrest in Soweto. Note that this document is not very legible.
|Introductory essay: Pro Veritate||
A scholarly introductory essay on the periodical Pro Veritate
|Role of riot police in the burnings and killings, Nyanga, Cape Town, Christmas 1976||
Circular from the Christian Institute of Southern Africa containing personal eye-witness accounts of the role of riot police in provoking violence in Cape Town over the Christmas period in 1976.