|Religion and oppression: the misuse of religion for social, political, and economic subjugation||
This is the procedings for the Symposium for General Secretories of National Christian Councils and Church Leaders from Eastern and Southern Africa,which took place in Edisesa, Harare, in 1-3 August 1989. The theme of the conference was religion and oppression.
|Report of the political action commitee to NUSAS Congress 1983||
Report by the Political Action Committee to the 60th Annual Congress of the National Union of South African Students, Durban, 29 Nov-3 Dec 1983. Discusses how activity has centred around the theme of educating for change.
|Report on my visit to South Africa||
When I left India, early in December there had been many cables sent from South Africa describing the treatment to which it was stated many of the Indians strikers were being subjected on the Natal Coal Miners........
|Resolutions adopted by the Programme for Social Change||
Resolutions adopted by the Programme for Social Change. These resolutions included the gospel and its implication, family life, politics, law and order, social action, and war and peace.
|Response of the South African Council of Churches to the WCC programme to combat racism||
Response of the South African Council of Churches to the WCC programme to combat racism (1969-1979).
|Restitution/Reparation: a commitment to justice and peace|
|Review of Allan Boesak: Die Vinger Van God. Preke Oor Geloof en die Politiek|
|Rhodesian liberals in dilemma: the road to union|
|Richard Turner and the politics of emancipation||
This is a modified version of the first Richard Turner Memorial Lecture delivered at the University of Natal, Pietermaritzburg, on 12th August, 1987.
|Room for Optimism|
Minutes of a meeting between a South African delegation and a United States delegation to discuss the situation in Mozambique and Angola - overview of proceeedings
|Salisbury and London|
|Samesprekings: Staatspresident met die Kabinet van die Oorgangsregering van Nasionale Eenheid (Orne) van SWA, 21 Mei 1986, Kabinetskamer, Tuynhuys, Kaapstad||
Report from a meeting held between representatives of the South African Government, including the State President, and representatives from South West Africa to discuss the process to achieve a negotiated settlement for the independence of Namibia
|Schemes for voluntary repatriation||
Newspaper article - The Indian Problem - VI
|Searchlight South Africa: a Marxist journal of South African Studies||
Searchlight South Africa: a Marxist journal of South African Studies was founded by Baruch Hirson from 1988-1993, and to a large extent written by him in collaboration with other exiles and comrades from the revolutionary socialist movement.
|Securing Rights for the Individual|
|Seizing the moment|
|Showdown in Kenya|
|Sir Kurma Reddi||
Three Indian Men - Agent in South Africa