|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|
|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|