|Chapter two: Black organisations - Educational and cultural groups|
|Children are writing history|
|Commissions presented at 5th General Students' Council of the South African Student's Organization, St Peters Seminary, Hammanskraal, 14-18 January, 1974||
The memorandum contains commissions to assess, among others, the theory of the struggle pertaining to the Black culture, the feasibility of research into education suitable for the struggle of students in Universities, and possible student benefits programmes.
|Conditioned like rats by the bells of the old world|
|COSATU Culture Congress NASREC July 1989||
A culture congress to which all federations of COSATUwere invited to perform cultural items dedicated to the congress movement.
|COSATU Natal Regional Culture Workshop 23 August||
A workshop held by leadership to discuss how COSATU has grown in membership and how difficult it has been to organise this large organisation. They also discussed the regions cultural activities and workshops. The workshop was held at Howard College.
|Cultural considerations for a democratic South African Constitution||
Paper produced by the ANC Department of Arts and Culture from an in-house seminar on Constitutional guidelines for a democratic South Africa, held in Lusaka, Zambia.
Culture in its various manifestations can be used to liberate Black people and this memorandum discusses the importance of Black poetry, literature, music and fine art
|Culture and Counter-Culture in South African Schools|
|Culture and society|
|Culture builds civic youth links|
|Culture Course Drama Workshop May 1990||
A drama workshop held at the University of Natal students were registered for a Cultural Diploma. The academic present was Professor Ari Sitas. The large group was didivided into smaller and each group was allocated a topic regarding culture and working life which they had to role-play.
|Dakar: Talking about culture|
|Discovering culture and its influence in the Bible|
|Disobedient Daughters: Debating Culture and Rights in Rural KwaZulu-Natal||
Disobe High levels of unemployment in South Africa have shifted rural households away from a reliance on male migrant wages and towards a diversity of income-generating strategies.
|Durban and Districts Council of Churches Cultural Festival 10 June 1990||
a gathering of black Christian youth. Different choirs and other groups were invited to perform and show off their talent. The topic for the Festival - Faith without works is quite death. The various speakers were encouraging the youth to stand together and stand for what is right.
|Durban Workers' Culture Day (Clairwood 1987) Tape II||
A cultural day held for workers in Durban. The workers performed talent items to entertain the crowd.
|Easter Home-Coming for Athol Fugard|