|Nusas 1966 -1986: an introduction||
Introductory essay on the National Union of South African Students (NUSAS) covering the period 1966 to 1986.
|NUSAS Press Digest, Number 1, 1969||
A compilation of press reports and comments on events at Fort Hare University College during 1968, and an historical background of the College from 1916 to 1948.
|Only workers can directly challenge the capitalists||
Workers around the world understood that if they joined together in groups and demanded better conditions and more pay, the owners of the factories would have to listen to them.
|Organised Black Political Resistance 1912-1950|
|Passes and Africans|
|Political Censorship in South Africa: Aims and Consequences|
|Popularising the Past|
|Presidential address delivered at the Conference of the All African Convention meeting at Bloemfontein||
Presidential address delivered at the Conference of the All African Convention meeting in Bloemfontein. Summarises history of dispossession and military conquest in South Africa, political and economic enslavement, and presents strategies for the future.
|Prologomenon to the study of Black Theology||
This is a journal article about theology. It covers definition of theology, systematic theology, historical perspectives, and Black theology
|RELIGIOUS AWAKENING IN SOUTH AFRICA||
RELIGIOUS AWAKENING IN SOUTH AFRICA
|Retrieving the Pre-Colonial Past: the Hlubi chiefdom in Zululand-Natal|
|SACP reading list||
Paper containing reading list on the history of the SACP
|Shamba Bolongongo: African king of peace|
|Shepstone, Natal and the Roots of Segregation|
|Some Notes on Selby Msimang and the Founding of the ANC|
|Sound and Fury|
|South Africa Before Van Riebeeck|