|Interview with Herby Govinden||
Oral interview with Herby Govinden, on his experiences as a student and lecturer at Fort Hare in the 1950s
|Interview with Ivy Matsepe-Casaburri||
Oral interview, conducted in Bloemfontein, with Ivy Matsepe-Casaburri, on her experiences as a student at Fort Hare in the late 1950s
|Duties as Minister of the Interior, Resettlement, Township Administration, Inkatha and KwaZulu politics||
Oral interview with Dr F T Mdlalose, KwaZulu Minister of the Interior at his offices in Ulundi.
|The church and the race problem||
Pamplet containing a series of articles published in the Rand Daily Mail, Johannesburg, based on interviews with churchmen on the role of the Church in South Africa
|An interview with the South African Communist Party|
|Mzwakhe on culture|
|Interview with Stanley Mabizela||
Oral interview, in Cape Town, South Africa, with Stanley Mabizela, president of the youth league at the University of Fort Hare in 1960.
|Interview with Ambrose Makiwane||
Oral interview, conducted at Cala, with Ambrose Makiwane. Makiwane entered Fort Hare in 1955, when he was age 34. His family lacked the means to send him earlier, and he had been expelled from Clarkebury after a student strike.
|Interview with Mr. Mbongwe||
Oral interview with Mr Mbongwe, Senior Clerk, at the Bantu Affairs office. The audio quality of this interview is extremely poor. There is no transcript for this interview.
|Interview with Julius Nyerere||
Oral interview with Julius K. Nyerere (1922-1999), the first president of Tanzania (known as Tanganyika until 1964).
|Interview with SASO leaders||
Oral interview took place in the SASO office when Gerhart visited to make an appointment for a formal interview with Steve Biko, which took place the following day. Gerhart was preparing her doctoral dissertation, which became her book, Ã¢â‚¬ËœBlack Power in South AfricaÃ¢â‚¬â„¢ (1978).
|Interview with Steve Biko||
Oral interview, in Durban, with Steve Biko, on the rise of Black Consciousness, the growing resistance of students by 1972 and the roles of organisations such as NUSAS and SASO.
|Interview with John Daniel||
Oral interview, conducted in Mbabane, with John Daniel, a student leader at the University of Natal who twice served as president of the National Union of South African Students (1966 and 1968).
|Interview with Tsietsi Mashinini||
Transcript from a radio interview, in New York City, with Tsietsi Mashinini, on the aftermath and reporting of the Soweto riots, international relations and the role of the USA in the struggle for freedom in South Africa
|Interview with Mr H Molooi||
Interview with Mr H Molooi at Chesterville in Durban, South Africa, in which he discusses his acquaintance with Mrs Ngcobo, and his experiences as a labourer at that time. Mrs Ngcobo was the only known, living daughter of Langalibalele Dube, until 1978, when she passed on.
|Interview with Mrs J Dube, wife of the late Dr John Dube||
|Typed transcript of interview with Mrs J Dube, wife of the late Dr John Dube||
|Handwritten transcript of interview with Mrs J Dube, wife of the late Dr John Dube||
Handwritten transcript of interview with Mrs J Dube at the Ohlanga Institute,Inanda in Durban, South Africa, which was established in 1901 by her late husband, Dr John Langalibalele Dube (1871-1946).
|Interview with Ntsizi Elijah Moremi||
Interview with Ntsizi Elijah Moremi who was a refugee in Kenya in the late 1970s. An adherent of the black consciousness movement, he became involved in efforts to create an external wing of the movement, the Black Consciousness Movement of Azania (BCMA) in 1979-80.
|A Soweto son comes home|