MASSACRE

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Yesterday, today and tomorrow
Workers slam E Cape "opportunists"
Workers donate R2 400 to victims` families
Victory is within our grasp
Umtata father grieves
Uitenhage worker tells of what he saw on March 21
Two years after Sharpeville

March 21st 1962, second anniversary of Sharpeville.

To the reader
Threshold of a new South Africa
The River Line

Those who predicted in 1960 that Sharpeville and Langa heralded the entry of South Africa into a permanent state of emergency were wrong, but only just. Since then, the country has lived in a continuous state of anticipated emergency.

The Riots in Urban African Areas
The New African: Volume 1, Number 5, May 1962
The Langa lies
The commune of Bulhoek
The Botswana Massacre: Victims were very "soft" targets
The Boipatong massacre - before and after
The birth of the Black Consciousness Movement in South Africa

This article which was published in WSCF Journal, Volume 1 No 2, 1979, pages 26-31, traces the birth and development of the Black Consciousness Movement to the banning of all Black Consciousness Movement organisations in 1977.

Such Tragedies are Inevitable Outcome of Verwoerd's Crazy Vision
Stronger than ever in Uitenhage
Soweto - not just another Sharpeville: end of detente?

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