DETENTION

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Staement by Seth Sandila Mazibuku

This is a press release about the death of Steve Biko and the detention of black leaders.

State still to decide on fate of SAAWU men
Statement by business leaders

Statement by business leaders regarding the thought that the state had sufficient powers in the vast array of existing draconian security legislation to cope.

Statement of the church leaders regarding detentions, the hunger strike and the State of Emergency

Statement issued by Church leaders regarding their concern about the substantial number of people still in detention and others who have been released but still under heavy restrictions.

Statement on Death of Johannes Ngalo

Statement on Death of Johannes Ngalo, issued by Detainees Support Committee, DPSC and United Democratic Front regarding the death of Johannes Bonakele Ngalo after few hours in police custody.

Statement on detentions by General Secretariate of the SA Catholic Bishops' Conference

Report issued by the General Secretariate of the SA Catholic Bishops about the detention of two Catholic priests, Smangaliso Mkhatshwa and Clement Okoka.

Stephen Bantu Biko (1946-1977)
Stop assaults and detentions
Stop the torture!
The Black Sash National Conference presidential Address held at Durban, 1978

Opening Address by National President Sheena Duncan at the Black Sash National Conference held at Durban on 13 Mar 1978, discussing: Apartheid, Pass offenders, prisons, housing, unemployment, forced removals, independence of Bophuthatswana, Steve Biko, detention without trial.

The Black Sash Statement
The campaign for independent medical supervision of detainees
The Case of Samuel Mngqibisa (Elty Mhlekazi)
The Celibacy of Felix Greenspan
The Death of Neil Aggett
The Detainees Aid Centre
The detainees service
The Paarl Report - A Closer Look
The Pattern of South Africa's emergency
The psychological effects of detention

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