|Letter from Peter Brown to Geoff Luffingham|
|Letter from Prava to Phyllis Naidoo||
Received your letter of 14 August. Was very glad to receive it. Yes, it does take a very long time for letters to go out from Bangladesh. From the date stamped on the envelope I checked the time period that it took for your letter to reach me from South Africa, it was flat 12 days.
|Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to Luli||
The word COMRADE from my Catholic Background, the state and the media in South Africa meant communism and all the horrors that these conjured collectively in the South African psyche.
|AKM DOCRAT banning orders||
FIRST BANNED IN LATE 1962 - WAS CHARGED FOR BREAKING THE BANNING ORDER BUT A REGIONAL MAGISTRATE INVALIDATED THE ORDER ON THE GROUND THAT NAME, ADDRESS AND PLACE OF BIRTH WERE WRONGLY CITED IN THE ORDER. THE SB TOOK THE ORIGINAL ORDER.
|Political Trials: Communist Party Trials, Contact vol 9, no, 6|
|The Long View: Nationalism and the Theatre, Contact vol 8, no. 3|
|The Long View: Liberalism and Communism, Contact vol 7, no.8|
|Letter from Alan Paton to Rajaiah|
|Letter from D H Philip to Alan Paton|
|Divide and Rule|
|Letter from Alan Paton to George Haynes|
|The youth of Africa will choose||
Looking at the nature of Communist influence in Africa today.
|African profiles: Messali Hadj||
Profile of the former French soldier, Messali Hadj.
|Africa's favorite fallacy||
Anti-capitalism and the basic economic facts.
Editorial around Nelson Mandela and Communism.
|The stolen fruit promise||
Does Communism, or even sympathy with the Socialist bloc, exist in South Africa? If so, how far reaching is such an influence likely to be?
|Umsebenzi Volume 2 Number 1 1986|
|Umsebenzi Volume 5 Number 2 Second Quarter 1989|
|Umsebenzi Volume 5 Number 1 First Quarter 1989|
|Umsebenzi Volume 4 Number 3 Third Quarter 1988|