|Angola's new president|
|Apdusa Views January 1987|
|Apdusa Views October 1991|
|B.P.C. Leadership Training||
Memorandum by the Black Peoples Convention supporting and promoting leadership training
|Black Peoples Convention: National Congress Address by the President, Mr T S Farisani||
Black Peoples Convention: National Congress Address by the President, Mr T S Farisani. The address discusses issues such as social welfare, industry, trade and commerce in a future free Azania. Includes a poem on committment.
|Case history in suicide|
|Central Committee statement: "We pledge to fulfil his last wish to carry on the struggle for freedom"|
|Chief Buthelezi and his political achievements|
|Chief Kaiser Matanzima||
Leadership in the Transkei.
|Chief Owen Sithole's son installed|
|Christmas statement by leaders of the Black People's Convention in indefinite detention.||
Through the external representative of the Black People's Convention, Mr Ranwedzi Nengwekhulu the statement was received from the BPC president , Mr Kenneth Rachidi and other members of the BPC held in Modder B prison.
|Circular from Zithulele Cindi, Secretary-General of the Black Peoples Convention, to Comrades||
Circular from Zithulele Cindi, Secretary-General of the Black Peoples Convention, to Comrades, "On behalf of the National Executive Committee", correcting allegations printed in the press, and describing arrests and detentions of BPC leaders.
|Civil Rights News Letter, Vol. XVI No. 4 Issued 8 May 1969|
|Civil Rights News Letter, Vol. XXV No.7 Issued 16 August 1978|
|Collective Leadership in the Soviet Union||
Article by Michael Harmel in "New Age" - 'Collective Leadership in the Soviet Union'. Discusses Stalin's role in the Soviet Union
|Comment: What it means to be a leader now|
|Communists in National Liberation Movements: a talk dedicated to the life and work of Ruth First||
Typescript of a speech delivered by Jack Simons on Communists in National Liberation Movements.
|Community Action and Development||
For effective programs that make the Black communities aware of the problems that bedevil it, SASO developed well planned educational programmes to train Black leaders. The aim was to create a just and healthy community which would be able to realise its full potential.