|Civil Rights News Letter, Vol. XVIII No.9 Issued 2 November 1971|
|Civil Rights News Letter, Vol. XIX No.9 Issued 20 November 1972|
|Civil Rights News Letter, April 1959|
|Civil Rights News Letter|
|Civil Rights League Newsletter Vol 34 No.2 October 1987|
|Civil Rights League Newsletter Vol 34 No.1 May 1987|
|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.
|Christmas statement by leaders of the Black People's Convention in indefinite detention.||
Through the external representative of the Black People's Convention, Mr Ranwedzi Nengwekhulu the statement was received from the BPC president , Mr Kenneth Rachidi and other members of the BPC held in Modder B prison.
|Chapter nine: Political trials and detention|
|Can they ever be the same again?|
|Breaking of men||
An anonymous South African is inspired by reading Ruth First's book "117 days" to describe his own experience of solitary confinement and interrogation, which led to his turning state evidence in a sabotage trial.
|Biography of Jabu Ngwenya||
Biography of Jabu Ngwenya Treasure of the Release Mandela Committee, he also helped in forming Congress of South African Students and he was detained several times.
|Biography of Hlabeng Sam Matlole||
Biography of Hlabeng Sam Matlole. Hlabeng Sam Matlole was born in 16 June 1924 in Zone 7 Sebokeng. He was a member of VCA Zone 7 area committee treasure and he was detained on 12 February 1985 fetched at Lebowa at his parents home.
|Banned for blackness|
|Assaults in Detention: Time Running Out|
|Arts and Africa: BBC African Service, no. 141|
|Arrests and detention|
|Application for Monde Mtange`s release delayed|
|Annual Report of the Civil Rights League for the year 1979-1980, presented at the Anuual General Meeting, December 1, 1980|
|An open letter to Nelson Mandela from ex-ANC detainees|