|Terrorism Act 1967, Act No 83 of 1967||
The Act was to prohibit terroristic activities and to amend the law relating to criminal procedure; and to provide for other incidental matters
|The "Fischer" trial|
|The nature of political trials|
|The Pietermaritzburg twelve|
|The State versus Nelson Mandela and others, 12th June 1964: Judges remarks in passing sentence||
The remarks of the Honourable Judge President Mr. Justice De Wet, in passing sentence in the matter of the State vs Nelson Mandela and others, held in the Supreme Court of South Africa, Pretoria. The trial became known as the Rivonia Treason Trial.
|The State versus Nelson Mandela and others: address in mitigation, 12th June 1964||
Hanson argues mitigation for the accused, Nelson Mandela and others, on the last day of the Rivonia Treason Trial, in the Supreme Court of South Africa, before the Honourable Judge President Mr. Justice De Wet, in the matter of the State vs Mandela and others, held in Pretoria, South Africa.
|The treason trial|
|The Trial begins|
|The Trial takes shape (III)|
|Treason for patriots|
|Unity Movement members charged under the Terrorism Act||
Statement by the Unity Movement on the political trials of members of the movement who had been arrested and charged.
|What does freedom mean, does it matter anyway? Opening Address to the Black Sash National Conference held at Durban, 1989||
Opening Address by National President Mary Burton at the Black Sash National Conference held at Durban on 2 March 1989, discussing: Liberation, press freedom, detentions, militarisation, detentions, capital punishment, political trials, legislation, labour and poverty.
|What I did was right|
|Witness jailed in first Ciskei terror trial|