|In search of Mr Verligte|
|Independent Namibia: Some Early Observations|
|Inside South Africa||
An injection of black students into South Africa's student movement is needed, for black students would act through their vested interest in social change and not through their consciences alone.
|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 Joe Slovo by Keith Coleman||
An interview with Joe Slovo by Keith Coleman on economic policies. July 1, 1990.
|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 Julius Nyerere||
Oral interview with Julius K. Nyerere (1922-1999), the first president of Tanzania (known as Tanganyika until 1964).
|Interview with Mtutuzeli Tom. Mercedes Benz shopsteward, vice-chair of COSATU's Eastern Cape region|
|Interview: Cyril Ramaphosa|
|Is F.W. de Klerk a man of integrity?|
|Joe Slovo - theoretician or anti-China hack|
|Keeper of the keys||
This is an interview with Desmond Tutu held in October 1989 about leadership and vision of peace.
|Keeper of the umbilical cord|
|Leaders and followers||
Implications of the strain on democratic institutions imposed by vigorous development politics in Africa.
|Leadership and the Wanji||
The Wanji are a Bantu-speaking tribe of about 20,000 population inhabiting two small scoop-shaped basins on the northern edge of the Elton Plateau. This plateau is a part of the Poroto Mountains, which lie to the north of Lake Malawi in Tanzania.
|Leadership and unity in Rhodesian Black trade unions|
|Let the character assassins reveal themselves|
|Letter from Alan Paton to Sir Keith|