|Understanding Moratorium, South African Council of Churches Task Force, March 1976||
An interim report by the South African Council of Churches Task Force, in regarding to MORATORIUM(Withdrawing overseas Missionary personnel and funds from churches in Africa), to enable them to establish their own identity,integrity, identity and accept responsibility for their mission.
|Transcript of interviews of the General Secretary of the South African Council of Churches, Bishop Desmond Tutu, Sunday Novermber 26, 1978||
Transcript of the interviews of the General Secretary of the South African Council of Churches, Bishop Desmond Tutu. The interview was broadcast by SABC-TV on Sunday November 26, 1978, the interviewer was Mr. C. Saunders.
|The Fund-Raising Act|
|The crying need for funds: a guide to fund raising committees||
Circular entitled "The crying need for funds: a guide to fund raising committees" during the early exile years.
|Soweto Students Representative Councils major priorities and other projects||
Contains a list of resources required for the functioning of the Soweto Students Representative Council.
|Minutes of a conference held at 4 Eden Road, Glendinningvale, Port Elizabeth||
Women's Defence of the Constitution League minutes of a conference held at 4 Eden Road, Glendinningvale, Port Elizabeth, on 29 and 30 November, 1955.
|Letter from Zithulele Nyangana Cindi, Secretary-General of the Black Peoples Convention, to Comrades||
Fund raising letter from Zithulele Nyangana Cindi, Secretary-General of the Black Peoples Convention, to "Comrades"
|Letter from Neville Curtis, President-elect, NUSAS, to National Executive, SRC Presidents and Local Chairmen||
General circular letter from the President-elect of NUSAS with details of finances and fundraising plans for National Union of South African Students.
|IDASA representatives in the USA|
|Fund-raising: a revolutionary perspective||
Working Paper by Godfrey Motsepe prepared for the African Ntional Congress National Fund Raising Workshop held in March 1986 at the Solomon Mahlangu Freedom College in Tanzania. Examines the nature and scope of fundraising and suggests types of fundraising initiatives.
|From the Executive Director|
|From the Executive Director||
Article about the work of IDASA and the problems with their goals of democracy and non-racialism in South Africa
|FOSATU denied overseas assistance|
|Final Schlebusch report on NUSAS||
General circular from the president of the National Union of South African Students, speculating on the final report of the Schlebusch Commission of Enquiry into the National Union and suggesting appropriate responses to some of the points likely to be raised in the report.
|Defence and Aid, London||
The bridge between generosity and courage.
|Black Peoples Convention: Terrorism Trial - a rededication and committment in the struggle, by way of financial support for bail money||
An appeal for donations towards the costs of a court appeal and bail for Nkotsoeu P. Motsau
|Ban on funds - FOSATU stands firm|
|Letter from Basil Lenkoe, SASM, to NUSAS General Secretary||
A handwritten letter from Basil Lenkoe, SASM, to NUSAS General Secretary, written 25 March 25 l974, requesting funds. Proposals for projects, statement of objectives of SASM, and a budget are included.