|The "constitutional" fallacy|
|"Africanism" under the microscope|
|"South Africa after the Nationalists": The editor sums up|
|Editorial: A sham democracy|
|Editorial: Sunshine and shadow|
|Editorial: Drunk with power|
Liberation was founded in Johannesburg as a magazine of quality, focusing on issues of concern to Blacks and non-establishment Whites in South Africa. It was subtitled " a journal of democratic discussion", and was aimed at the intellectual elite.
|China: the democracy movement and reform|
|Social democratic dreams or class struggle realism?|
|South African Labour Bulletin Volume 16 Number 6 July/August 1992||
South African Labour Bulletin is a refereed journal which supports the democratic labour movement in South Africa. It is a forum for analysing, debating and recording the aims and activities of this movement.
|Democratic socialism or social democracy?|
|Democratic socialism: new path for the Workers' Party in Brazil|
|The struggle for trade union democracy|
|Democracy in trade union work|
|Extract from the report of the General Secretary, Bishop Desmond Tutu to the SACC Annual National Conference 1979 July||
Extract from the report of General Secretary, Bishop Desmond Tutu to the South African Council of Churches' Annual National Conference regarding detention without trial, banning orders, restoration of rule of law and free democracy in the Ministry of Justice.
|Izwi lase Township, 1982 - 1984||
Izwi lase Township was published by Ditshwantsho tsa Rona. It offered notes and views about current and past events.
|Indian Opinion Vol.48 No.37 Sep 1950|
Isizwe = The Nation, the journal published by the United Democratic Front to stimulate discussion, debate and training within their ranks, consisted of articles on topics relevant to the national democratic struggle.