|Education as an instrument for liberation.||
This Address to a fund-raising banquet for the South African Students Organization in Durban, June 1973, discusses the traditional role of education, looks at the teacher-student relationship and examines ways in which education can be used to initiate change.
|A call to conscience addressed to Catholics by their Bishops||
Address by Bishops to Catholics on social and interracial justice, moral courage and dignity in human relationships within the South African context of racial discrimination.
|Education for servitude||
Address delivered to the Joint Council of Europeans and Africans on the topic of Native Education.
Presidential Address delivered by Leo Sihlali at the 32nd Annual Conference of the Cape African Teachers' Association in Queenstown.
|The Reconstruction and Development Programme: women`s only hope|
|Do more about AIDS!`|
|Nusas festival focuses on education|
|A shot in the arm for apartheid education|
|Students launch blueprint|
|Mdantsane students not intimidated|
|A people's education|
|Educating to build democracy|
|Students oust principal|
|Etrasco in control in East Cape schools|
|Tight structures make SOSCO strong|
|Mass action planned in education|
|Trasco calls for joint campaigns|
|CEC in PE controls schools their way: the democratic way|
|Natal students moving towards tighter co-ordination|
|KwaZulu don't want Cosatu|