|Review since last Conference||
The letter from Desmond Tutu to SACC regarding the review of the conference about the death of Steve Biko. Also asking the authority to institute the judicial inquiry into Steve's death.
|Responses to Janet Cherry`s detention|
|Resistance politics will never be the same again...||
Article by the United Democratic Front on the seven-month state of emergency, leaders who were in detention or had gone underground to avoid detention were re-emerging and the former are recovering slowly from the effects of lengthy incarceration.
|Repression - victory for hunger strikers|
|Report of the N.I.C. Passive resistance campaign in Natal||
|Reply of the NIC to the Prime ministers note of 30 November 1944||
|Renault steward released after four-month detention|
|Release trade unionists|
|Release our leaders now|
|Release Moses Mayekiso|
|Pretoria Central Gaol, 1960|
Press statement where Valli Moosa welcomed the return of Rev Frank Chikane and how he has been a subject of detention without trial and assassination.
|Presidential Address to the Black Sash National Conference held at Port Elizabeth, 1985||
Opening Address by National President Sheena Duncan at the Black Sash National Conference held at Port Elizabeth on 14 March 1985 discussing: 30th Anniversary of Black Sash, bans on gatherings, detention, reform, poverty, labour.
|Presidential Address to the Black Sash National Conference held at Durban, 1986||
Opening Address by National President Sheena Duncan at the Black Sash National Conference held at Durban on 13 March 1986, discussing: Detentions, deaths of Molly Blackburn and Matthew Goniwe, violence, Prisons and Defence Acts, Closure of Rand Daily Mail, dismantling Apartheid, ID Documents, civ
|Over 100 000 mourn the death of Raditsela|
|Organised labour in East London: Paper presented at National Conference 1982||
Organised labour in East London- Paper presented at National Conference on 13 March 1982 discussing labour, trade unions, industrialisation, strikes, detentions.
|Njikelana on SAAWU|
|NIC leaders in Detention - 1980-1981||
|New Age Vol.8 No.21 Mar. 1962|