DEMONSTRATIONS

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Women against apartheid in South Africa

Report on the demonstration that took place in Pretoria, on 9 August 1956 by 20000 women against pass laws, the plight of Black women under apartheid, the lives of some of the women who have gone to prison, been banned and banished because of their opposition to apartheid.

The Black Sash National Conference 1971: Headquarters report

Headquarter's Report for Black sash National Conference on 15 February 1971, discussing: Mailing List, Removals Campaign, Rule of Law, Plight of African Women, regional matters, finances and magazine.

The Majefe Affair

Appendix A to the President's Report at the 45th Annual Congress of the National Union of South African Students, University of Cape Town, 6th-14th July, 1969.

Peoples' Power: Can it Happen in S.A.?
Editorial: Another Nail in Everyone's Coffin?
The Crucifixion Protest
Editorial: 1977 - Another Grim Year?
In the Years Between Sharpeville and Bisho Many Have Died
Universitas Bound
Neither I nor Young did plan the march: says student leader

This press statement, signed by the Chairman, relates to misunderstading regarding the organisers of a march during the visit of Andrew Young, the United States ambassador to the United Nations

NUSAS Press Digest, Number 1, 1969

A compilation of press reports and comments on events at Fort Hare University College during 1968, and an historical background of the College from 1916 to 1948.

Waarom twyfel? (Article written in Afrikaans)
Miners march ...
Thousands join in street protests
Basebetsi ba merafong ba kena mebileng (article written in Sotho language)
Miners take to the streets
Umzabalazo wabasenzi mgodini (article written in Xhosa language)
Randfontein mineworkers march of the mine time office
New Age Vol 9 No 7 November 1962
New Age Vol.8 No.22 Mar. 1962

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