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Political Banning and Detentions - Individual Cases
Detention - General
FOCUS: No 92 January-February 1991

Talks under pressure Government accused of bad faith Differing interpretations by the ANC and the South African....

FOCUS:No 87 March - April 1990

Political repression in South Africa and Namibia

Wiseman Khuzwayo Report
Annual Report of the Civil Rights League for the year 1981-1982, presented at the Anuual General Meeting, September 15, 1982
Civil Rights News Letter, Vol. XXVIII No.5 Issued 30 June 1981
Civil Rights News Letter, Vol. XXIII No.4 Issued 30 April 1976
Letter from Alan Paton to A Reeves
Chapter thirteen: Namibia
A diary
The state`s whole repressive machinery
The Gagging Writs
Church of the Province of South Africa
Editorial: More Detentions
Mass detentions, now a curfew

Using the special powers granted to it by the declaration of a State of Emergency, the South African Police has declared a curfew in a number of Eastern Cape townships.

Over 1 500 detained since July 20

One of the major reasons for the State President, PW Botha, declaring a State of Emergency in 36 magisterial districts was to justify the mass detentions of some 1 500 people since July 20.

Detentions - developments during 1988/9
Transformation of the United Democratic Front into a new broad Front

This article discusses the relevence of UDF, its future and the issue of UDF politics.

Editorial notes: Bram Fischer
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