NATIONAL UNION OF SOUTH AFRICAN STUDENTS
|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.
|Working paper on the International Student Movement||
Working paper on the international student movement. Part of appendices for the International Department, presented at the 44th Annual Congress of the National Union of South African Students, 30 Jun to 9 July, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg.
|The Majefe Affair||
Appendix A to the President's Report at the 45th Annual Congress of the National Union of South African Students, University of Cape Town, 6th-14th July, 1969.
|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.
|Action against students and intimidation of students||
Appendix C to the President's Report at the 45th Annual Congress of the National Union of South African Students, University of Cape Town, 6th-14th July, 1969.
Report consisting of three NUSAS Commission reports. The first one is called Commission of NUSAS reconstruction, followed by Commission of SASO publications, and an article entitled Race and Economics in South Africa.
|The Institute Vindicated?|
|Editorial: Breytenbach and Nusas|
|NUSAS 61st Congress, 28 November - 1 December, Wits, 1983||
Programme for the 61st Annual Congress of the National Union of South African Students, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, 28 November to 1 December 1983. Includes brief biographical information about the congress speakers.
|NUSAS 1984 Congress||
Programme for the 62nd Annual Congress of the National Union of South African Students, University of Natal, Pietermaritzburg, 2-7 December 1984. Includes short articles on forced removals in Natal, on an alternative history of Pietermaritzburg and a tribute to Beyers NaudÃƒÂ©
|NUSAS 1986 Congress Programme||
Programme of the 64th NUSAS Congress held in Pietermaritzburg,1986
|NUSAS Press Digest, Number 4, 1967||
NUSAS Press Digest, number 4, 1967. A compilation of press reports and editorial comments during July, August and September, 1967 on the banning order placed on Dr Raymond (Bill) Hoffenberg.
|NUSAS Press Release No. 4, 1967||
NUSAS press bulletin on the 1967 National Day of Affirmation of Academic and Human Freedom in South Africa.
|NUSAS Press Release No. 5, 1967||
Press release by the NUSAS President and Vice-President of the National Union of South African Students stating the opposition of the Union to the Terrorism Bill that had been tabled in the South African Houses of Parliament.
|NUSAS Press Release: Behind the scenes activity in the last three months...||
Press release issued by the NUSAS Chairperson, Neville Curtis, listing achievements and detailing future plans ahead of the 46th Annual Congress in June/July 1970
|NUSAS Press Release||
NUSAS Press release regarding developments and plans for the National Union of South African Students and a confirmation of a special congress to complete the reassessment of the Union.
|Statement made by Senator O P F Horwood in Senate on June 4, 1971||
Statement made by Senator Owen Horwood in Senate, 4 June 1971, suggesting that university authorities should act strongly to stop the activities of the National Union of South African Students and that, if this didn't happen, university subsidies should be cut.
|NUSAS Press Bulletin||
Press statements issued by Paul Pretorius, President of the National Union of South African Students, and Geoff Budlender on behalf of the Students Representative Council at the University of Cape Town, about the planned
Statement calling on the public to support a petition of the Students Representative Council of the University of Cape Town, asking the United Party to explain its stand on the banning of eight persons, seven of whom were office bearers of the National Union of South African Students.