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Providing for Revolution


Not quite banned

Editorial about the attempt by the South African Government to threaten the continued publication of The New African.

Hard work and vision

The opposition's road out of adversity.

Communist Come-Back?

This month will see witch-hunting taken a stage further in South Africa with the publication by the Minister of Justice of the names of persons so far banned or named in terms of the Suppression of Communism Act.

At the receiving end

Britain's South Africa policy.

Providing for Sabotage

The General Law Amendment Bill replaces one political paradox by another.

The New African: Volume 1, Number 4, April 1962
Thoughts on my crime


Diamonds are not forever
Rex vs Isaac Tabata

Charge against I B Tabata for contravening Proclamation 31 of 1939.

The Legacy of Influx Control
Misplaced Ideals? The Case of Unibo: A Reply to J F De V Graaff
The Hoexter Commission and the Independence of the Judiciary
The Quota Bill
The Responsibility of Judges in Applying Unjust Laws in South Africa
Democracy vs Secrecy
Constitutional Changes
The "Legalisation" of Abortion in South Africa
Editorial: Further Down The Slippery Slope
Published Without Comment


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