NATIONAL UNION OF SOUTH AFRICAN STUDENTS
|Communique as drawn up by the 1969 SASO Conference||
The communique discusses the need for contact and communication amongst non-white universities and colleges. It also discusses the relationship with other national student bodies like NUSAS.
|Correspondence from Maeder Osler to SRC Presidents|
|Correspondence from Maeder Osler to the Executive SRC Presidents|
|Correspondence from the General Secretary of NUSAS to Hugh Levin|
|Draft reply to commission of enquiry request for oral evidence||
Explanation of the Constitutional nature of the National Union of South African Students, National Student Assembly, the financing and administration of NUSAS, publications of NUSAS and the history of relations with international student bodies.
|Draft report for the Commission on the Improper Interference Bill||
Draft report by the National Union of South African Students for submission to the Commission on the Improper Interference Bill. States objects and structure of the National Union and its policy and activities.
|Editorial: Breytenbach and Nusas|
|End Conscription Committee report||
Report and addendum to the report of the End Conscription Committee to the 62nd Annual Congress of the National Union of South African Students, University of Natal, Pietermaritzburg, 2-7 Dec 1984. Discusses activities of the End Conscription Campaign on campuses, current issues and objectives.
Collection of right-wing statements and reports on student activities, issued by the Joint SA Universities Right-Wing students appended to the NUSAS President's report presented at 42nd Annual Congress of NUSAS.
|Facts 2: Covering The Wages Commissions: how they started||
Fact sheet giving information about the origin, purpose and activities of the Wages Commissions which had been established on the five campuses affiliated to the National Union of South African Students.
|Fifty seven years of NUSAS - Have we learned our lessons?||
Critical overview of history of the National Union of South African Students in which the speaker questions the success of some of the policies and activities of the Union over the years, as well as acknowledging the many successes.
|Final Schlebusch report on NUSAS||
General circular from the president of the National Union of South African Students, speculating on the final report of the Schlebusch Commission of Enquiry into the National Union and suggesting appropriate responses to some of the points likely to be raised in the report.
|Fort Hare crisis||
Appendix B to President's Report, presented at 45th Annual Congress of the National Union of South African Students, 1969. Includes fact-sheets on events at the University College of Fort Hare which led to the suspension of over 300 students.
|Head Office report to NUSAS Congress 1981||
Report from the head office of the National Union of South African Students, presented at its 59th Annual Congress, University of Cape Town, Cape Town from 28 November to 3 December 1981. Report refers to the 1981 theme of the National Union:
|Head Office Reports: Report of General Secretary to NSA - 56th NUSAS Congress 1978||
Report from the Head Office of the National Union of South African Students to the 56th Annual Congress of the National Union, University of Cape Town, November 1978.
|History of Black politics in South Africa: a personal perspective||
A paper presented at the April 1972 National Union of South African Students (NUSAS) seminar.
|Indian Opinion Vol.49 No.39 Sep 1951|
|Indoctrination for surbordination||
A paper presented at the April 1972 National Union of South African Students (NUSAS) seminar which covers some of the many aspects of indoctrination.
|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 Steve Biko||
Oral interview, in Durban, with Steve Biko, on the rise of Black Consciousness, the growing resistance of students by 1972 and the roles of organisations such as NUSAS and SASO.