|Inkululeko means freedom||
The New African was banned in South Africa in June 1965.
Editorial about the outlook for the second half of the 'sixties in Africa.
|The New African: Volume 4, Number 10, December 1965|
|New roles for the dance||
It is completely out of line with African tradition to take dance which has served a social or religious function and place it on a modern stage as it stands or shortened. Modern theatre needs dance works specifically created for it.
|A tale of two cities and the story of a community||
This article previously appeared in the magazine of the architectural faculty of the University of the Witwatersrand. The subject formed part of a small exhibition at the Institute of Contemporary Arts, London.
|Third force Socialism||
Africa in its time of awakening and reconstruction is regarded with uncertain speculation by interested parties who, engaged in a cold war, are anxious to see whether Africa's emergence means a gain in their contest for ultimate power or the reverse.
|Trade and sympathy||
The Canadians against apartheid.
Jazz music and musicians.
|Cages in Windhoek: whose move?||
The struggle for freedom in Windhoek, South West Africa.
|Malawi will make independence work||
Nyasaland became Malawi on 6 July 1964. On that day Dr Banda put into operation the revised Five Year plan based on that of the late Dunduza K Chisiza.
|Cultural loneliness or fulfillment in non-racial Kenya||
Every community that is shut out of the life of another and segregated develops in time a cultural self reliance.
|Lumumba: the sycophant outshone by the meteor|
|Myths over men||
The writer obscured by the prophet.
|Amancio Guedes: architect of Lourenco Marques||
A look at the architecture of Amancio Guedes.
|Chief Kaiser Matanzima||
Leadership in the Transkei.
|Njikelana on SAAWU|
|Nation and ethnicity|
|Reprieves: The Huhudi and Leandra reprieves|
|TRAC (Transvaal Rural Action Committee) Newsletter Number 6 April 1985|