|Open letter from the National Executive Committee of the ANC to State President De Klerk and his Cabinet||
Open letter to State President De Klerk and his cabinet from the National Executive Committee of the ANC regarding violence in the country.
|Political trials begin||
Statement by the Unity Movement on political trials of members of the Unity Movement that had been arrested.
|Letter from Paul Pretorius, President, NUSAS, to Overseas National Unions and others||
General circular letter giving information about the attack by the South African Police on a group of students who were protesting on the steps of St George's Cathedral, Cape Town and the wave of student protests that followed from around the country.
|"We the SSRC condemn...," handwritten statement||
This handwritten statement of condemnation contains eight points including that of the detentions of BPA members and the violent actions of the police force.
|Role of riot police in the burnings and killings, Nyanga, Cape Town, Christmas 1976||
Circular from the Christian Institute of Southern Africa containing personal eye-witness accounts of the role of riot police in provoking violence in Cape Town over the Christmas period in 1976.
|Letter from Duncan Innes, President, NUSAS, to SRC Presidents and National Executive||
Circular letter from the President of the National Union of South African Students, Duncan Innes, reporting on a meeting between a delegation from NUSAS and the Minister of Police and the Interior.
|Verwoerd lets loose terror||
Circular by the All-African Convention and the Unity Movement regarding arrests of members of the All-African Convention and the Unity Movement.
|The Sekhukhuneland terror|
|The South African Police|
|Passes and police|
|Diary of a country priest|
|The South African Police II: laws and powers|
|Zeerust: a profile of reistance|
|Police put a clamp ban on statements by United Democratic Front and other bodies||
Pamphlet about police put a clamp ban on statement by United Democratic Front and other bodies as the government has barred the Sowetan and weekly mail from publishing any statement issued by the United Democratic Front and 12 other organisations promoting four major campaigns organised by the Un
|Police community relations: a mediator's perspective||
Article by a mediator following efforts by President F.W.de Klerk to curb the use of excessive force by police stating the difficulties faced by public officials in the United States of America who coped with similar issues during the civil rights protests of the 1960's and 1970's.
|Call to whites Repression: Has the State of emergency really ended?||
The official state of emergency ended on March 7 1986, as in that month more people died than at any other time during the state of Emergency
|The Inkatha-police scandal|
|Rubin Hare, affidavit re treatment by police following arrest on November 7, 1974, in Cape Town, International Universities Exchange Fund, The New Terrorists, 1976||
An affidavit, written on 13 February 1975, by Rubin William Hare regarding his treatment by police following his arrest on 7 November 1974 in Cape Town
|No mercy from Vorster|