LIBERATION

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Africa Faces Serious Challenges to its Non-Democratic Systems
Maputo Revisited
Negotiations: a strategic perspective

Statement by the African National Congress on negotiations as adopted by the National Executive Committee on 25 November 1992.

New Age Vol.4 No.2858 May. 1958
Baba Mandela
Release them they are not guilty

Liberation song (toi toi)

Even if it is difficult we will continue
Endure yourself it is close where we are going
Tambo we are the Umkhondo members we are from foreign countries coming home

Recorded at Howard College Theatre

Parliament do you see we are waiting for Malan

Recorded at Howard College Theatre

Liberation and the progressives
Songs of liberation
Review: the struggle for South Africa
The task of Black theological education in South Africa

Journal article outlining the task of Black theological education in South Africa. Note that the text is barely legible in some sections.

The Christian Institute

This article discuss the contributions of the Christian Institute to churches of South Africa over the past fifteen years by the Roman Catholic Archbishop. It also discusses the conversions, social evangelisation, goals and gospel and liberation of the Christian Institute.

The Black Peoples Convention

The article discusses the development of the South African Students Organisation (SASO) and The Black Peoples Convention and their contribution to the political struggle in South Africa.

National independence and social liberation
Soweto - not just another Sharpeville: end of detente?
A state born of our people's struggle
Economic blackmail - the victims of Pretoria

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