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Luthuli in Durban last week

Chief Luthuli was in Durban last week on a shopping expedition, Before leaving Stanger, where he is confined,he had to obtain permission from the police, and he was followed about by members of the Special Branch wherever he went. Here he is seen photographed with a friend.

Black People's Convention (BPC) and the South African Students' Organisation (SASO)

The lengthy trial of leaders from the Black People's Convention (BPC) and the South African Students' Organisation (SASO) ended on this date.

Black People's Convention (BPC) and the South African Students' Organisation (SASO)

The lengthy trial of leaders from the Black People's Convention (BPC) and the South African Students' Organisation (SASO) ended on this date.

This was South Africa's longest trial to date under the Terrorism Act

The lengthy trial of nine student leaders from the Black People's Convention (BPC) and the South African Students' Organisation (SASO) ended on this date.

Black People's Convention (BPC) and the South African Students' Organisation

The lengthy trial of nine student leaders from the Black People's Convention (BPC) and the South African Students' Organisation (SASO) ended on this date.

Black People's Convention (BPC) and the South African Students' Organisation

Mrs Pala Pillay denounces policeman for assaulting her daughter Vino Reddy

SASO/BPC trial

Black People's Convention (BPC) and the South African Students' Organisation

The lengthy trial of nine student leaders from the Black People's Convention (BPC) and the South African Students' Organisation (SASO)

SASO BPC Trial. Vino Reddy assaulted by policeman after sentence of accused 20 Dec 1974

SASO BPC Trial

SASO BPC Trial. Police monitor crowds after accused sentenced to prison on Robben Island

Curries Fountain Frelimo rally

Soon after the founding of SASO in 1969, students established branches at all ... to form the Black People's Convention (BPC), which was launched in Edendale, ... BPC launched the Black Allied Workers' Union soon after it was ...

Dom Pass

The Pass Laws Act of 1952 required black South Africans over the age of 16 to carry a pass book, known as a dompas, everywhere and at all times. The dompas ...

1949 Durban Riots

On 13 January 1949 an Indian store-keeper in central Durban assaulted an African youth. This incident resulted in a wave of violence, starting at the Indian market and soon spread throughout the suburbs of Durban and reached Pietermaritzburg by 19 January.

1949 Durban Riots

On 13 January 1949 an Indian store-keeper in central Durban assaulted an African youth. This incident resulted in a wave of violence, starting at the Indian market and soon spread throughout the suburbs of Durban and reached Pietermaritzburg by 19 January.

1949 Durban Riots

On 13 January 1949 an Indian store-keeper in central Durban assaulted an African youth. This incident resulted in a wave of violence, starting at the Indian market and soon spread throughout the suburbs of Durban and reached Pietermaritzburg by 19 January

1949 Durban Riots

On 13 January 1949 an Indian store-keeper in central Durban assaulted an African youth. This incident resulted in a wave of violence, starting at the Indian market and soon spread throughout the suburbs of Durban and reached Pietermaritzburg by 19 January.

1949 Durban Riots

On 13 January 1949 an Indian store-keeper in central Durban assaulted an African youth. This incident resulted in a wave of violence, starting at the Indian market and soon spread throughout the suburbs of Durban and reached Pietermaritzburg by 19 January.

1949 Durban Riots

On 13 January 1949 an Indian store-keeper in central Durban assaulted an African youth. This incident resulted in a wave of violence, starting at the Indian market and soon spread throughout the suburbs of Durban and reached Pietermaritzburg by 19 January.

1949 Durban Riots

On 13 January 1949 an Indian store-keeper in central Durban assaulted an African youth. This incident resulted in a wave of violence, starting at the Indian market and soon spread throughout the suburbs of Durban and reached Pietermaritzburg by 19 January.

1949 Durban Riots

On 13 January 1949 an Indian store-keeper in central Durban assaulted an African youth. This incident resulted in a wave of violence, starting at the Indian market and soon spread throughout the suburbs of Durban and reached Pietermaritzburg by 19 January.

1949 Durban Riots

On 13 January 1949 an Indian store-keeper in central Durban assaulted an African youth. This incident resulted in a wave of violence, starting at the Indian market and soon spread throughout the suburbs of Durban and reached Pietermaritzburg by 19 January.

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