|Letter from Fiona, Mike and Jeremy to Phyllis Naidoo.||
Letter from Fiona, Mike and Jeremy to Phyllis Naidoo.
|Letter from Paton to Sir Alexander Korda|
|Words, words, words||
Snippets on books and publishers.
|Books and the Arts||
An article about support in the US for the Smith regime in Rhodesia.
|The British decide||
To ask whether the average person in Britain is actively engaged with the problems of South Africa is like asking whether the average penal reformer could be engaged to a whore.
|A more timid scapegoat||
Jewish South Africans after Verwoerd's letter
|Some observations on propaganda|
|Communication and persuasion|
|A new tone for His Master`s Voice|
|Editorial: Trust the Bank|
|Resolution on publicity and information of the NEC meeting||
Resolutions of the ANC National Executive Committee on publicity information needs and tasks. Resolved that a massive propaganda and publicity campaign should be launched locally and internationally.
|The Black Sash Johannesburg Advice Office: Annual Report 1973||
The Black Sash Johannesburg Advice Office Annual Report Presented at National Conference on 15 October 1973, discussing: Urban Areas Act, Pass Laws, forced removals, Apartheid, separation of husbands and wives, housing, wages, legal assistance.
|Die University Christian Movement (UCM) van 28 Mei 1969 verwys||
Report signed by the South African Commissioner of Police in Pretoria and sent to the Secretary for Justice, also in Pretoria, about the University Christian Movement (UCM).
|The Black Sash National Conference 1971: Headquarters report||
Headquarter's Report for Black sash National Conference on 15 February 1971, discussing: Mailing List, Removals Campaign, Rule of Law, Plight of African Women, regional matters, finances and magazine.
|The Black Sash National Conference 1965: Headquarters Report||
The Black Sash National Conference: Headquarters Report on 18 October 1965, discussing: Advice Offices, raids, press support, Apartheid, magazine, publicity and propaganda.
|Army Propaganda "Total Strategy" Style|
|Freedom to Oppose Apartheid|