|Message to the churches||
Letter of protest about the detention of Rev John Thorne on May 24, 1980, for no given reason or preferred charge.
|Letter from S. S. Mazibuko to Branch General Secretary of the South African Students' Movements||
Letter informs branches of the 4th GSC and the forthcoming seminar. There are two versions of the same letter.
|Letter from S. S. Mazibuko to the President||
This letter is from the Vice President of the South African Students' Movement to the President informing him of the departure of the National Organiser and the detention of the General Secretary of South African Students' Movement.
|Letter from S.S. Mazibuko to the Chairman||
This letter is from the Vice President of the South African Students' Movement to the Chairman informing him of the departure of the National Organiser and the detention of the General Secretary of South African Students' Movement.
|Circular from Zithulele Cindi, Secretary-General of the Black Peoples Convention, to Comrades||
Circular from Zithulele Cindi, Secretary-General of the Black Peoples Convention, to Comrades, "On behalf of the National Executive Committee", correcting allegations printed in the press, and describing arrests and detentions of BPC leaders.
A bill to amend the comprehensive Anti-Apartheid Act of 1986 to prohibit United States depository institutions from providing certain financial services to South African depository institutions and government of South Africa, and other purposes as it be enacted by the Senate and House of Represen
|Arrests and detention|
|Release Moses Mayekiso|
|Detentions hit unions|
|Motion passed at the 43rd Provincial Synod Meeting of the Church of Province of Southern Africa||
Journal article about the motion passed at a synod meeting of the Church of the Province of South Africa, that, aware of the number of detentions by the Security Police and noting that some people cannot perform military service with a good conscience and requesting that the Minister of Justice c
|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.
|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.
|List of the ten transgressions of the religion freedom by the SA Government as compiled by the Justice of the reconsiliated divison of the SACC||
List of the ten transgressions of religious freedom by the SA Government as compiled by Justice and Reconciliation division of the South African Council of Churches (SACC).
|Letter delivered to the Secretary of State, Dr. H. Kissinger, from the South African Council of Churches||
Letter, published as an article in a journal, from South African Council of Churches to US Secretary of State Dr. Henry Kissinger to request him to remember human rights issues when negotiating with the South African Government.
|Indian Opinion Vol.58 No.42 Oct 1960|
|Through the cross: the South African church's painful path to victory||
Interview with Frank Chikane as General Secretary of the South African Council of Churches
|Indian Opinion Vol.58 No.16 Apr 1960|
|'Take forward their fight' - ADAC|
|Wide support for detainees|
|Detentions make us more determined - workers|