|Psychology In Society|
|Review Of African Political Economy|
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|Being a writer does not mean you had to go to school|
|Women and sport: the long road ahead|
|The power of pictures|
Speak, published by Speak Collective, is a publication focussing on issues of interest mainly to women.
|SASPU National, 1980 - 1987||
SASPU National was one of two publications produced by the South African Students Press Union (SASPU), the other being SASPU Focus. A non-profit newspaper, about 25 000 copies of SASPU National were distributed mostly through organisations.
|Speak - the voice of the community||
Speak: the voice of the community, published by the Speak Community Newspaper Project, reflected the Transvaal communities' struggle against relocations, shack demolitions and evictions.
SASPU Focus was a feature-orientated publication aimed largely at raising student awareness: at its annual congress during December 1981 NUSAS adopted the theme 'Campus Action for Democracy' for 1982. This slogan called on students to understand, and act on, their university and their education.
The African National Congress began publication of Sechaba in 1967.
|Breaking Down the Barriers|
Rixaka, the cultural journal of the African National Congress, was launched to establish a platform allowing full expression of the cultural voice in the national liberation movement.
|A Mixed Bag|