|Letter from Peter Brown to Neil Alcock|
|Interview with Reggie Hadebe, conducted by J Seekings|
|Notes on Buthelezi|
|Notes on Mangosuthu Gatsha Buthelezi|
|Students' Views on Contemporary Perceptions of Zulu History||
In contemporary south Africa the question of the role of the Zulu is the subject of tremendous interest and controversy internationally and nationally. This interest is reflected in a large number of academic works, many of which have the Zulu organization, Inkatha, as their theme.....
|Interview with Eric Matshatsha, conducted by Ruth Lundie|
|A Savage War of Peace||
Between July and September 1990 nearly 800 people lost their lives in clashes between resident, Inkatha and the security forces.
|Black United Front|
|Hostel war: organise - or die|
|Is it too late to participate?|
|Winning away Inkatha's base|
|Inkatha and COSATU: drawing the battle lines|
|How many of Inkatha's members see Mandela as their leader. Not all. but...|
|Review article: Sobukwe and the PAC|
|The National Cultural Liberation Movement|
|Consultative Meeting, 29 October 1979 to 30 October 1979, London||
Record of a secret meeting between the African National Congress and Inkatha in London, 29th to 30th October, 1979.
|South Africa Report||
Handwritten report from an underground operative on discussions with the South African Institute of Race Relations, Unions and detainees about protests, stay-aways, strikes and marches. Also covers the Black Consciousness Movement, Buthelezi, and detentions.
|Facts about the current situation in South Africa and what is to be done||
African National Congress report on the current situation in South Africa and how to respond. Examines the South African regime, the Black Consciousness Movement, the African National Congress struggle, role of youth, students and teachers, the ANC and newly banned organisations and Inkatha.
|The current situation inside SA||
Report from Natal on the current political situation in South Africa. Examines results of regime's repression. Demonstrates refusal of the people to submit to Inkatha or the Government.