|May You Live in Interesting Times|
|Medical and ethical aspects of detention and hunger strikes|
|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.
|Mid-March in Uitenhage|
|Mkhatshwa ends term as SACBC Secretary-general||
Speech delivered by Smangaliso Mkhatshwa on his resignation as SACBC Secretary-general and the three recent events that have shaken South African Churches.
|Monde - why we went on hunger strike|
|Monde free after 497 days in detention|
|Moses Mayekiso out on bail|
|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
|NAMDA - National Medical and Dental Association|
|New Age Vol.4 No.5058 Oct. 1958|
|New Age Vol.7 No.14 Jan. 1961|
|New Age Vol.8 No.21 Mar. 1962|
|Njikelana on SAAWU|
|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.
|Over 100 000 mourn the death of Raditsela|
|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
|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.
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.