|Dawn Volume 3 Number 8 September 1979|
|Crossroads: From Confrontation to Co-Option|
|Crossroads victims laid to rest|
|Crossroads - Another View|
|Crimen case goes to court|
|Cornfields celebrates reprieval victory|
|Concentration camps in Rhodesia|
|Compensation - portrait of a resettlement site|
|Communication clears the way in Cathcart|
|Ciskei Manpower Development Programme||
Ciskei Manpower Development Programme aimed to create employment opportunities for Ciskeians
|Ciskei Commission: Report||
Report by Secreatry of the Interior, Mr Marais, on the 'allocation' of Xhosa speaking people to the Ciskei and the Transkei.
|Ciskei Commission: interviews||
Transcript of interviews of E.N. Belewa and Mr Tindleni , to the Ciskei Commission of Inquiry, regarding the negative impact of separate development with particular reference to the Transkei and Ciskei.
|Ciskei Commission: Ciskei Economic Report||
Ciskei economic report compiled by Mr Jacobs, Economic Adviser to the Ciskei.
|Chesterville: Paper Presented at the Black Sash National Conference 1987||
Chesterville: Paper Presented at the Black Sash National Conference on 14 March 1987 discussing housing, urbanisation, forced removals, poverty, protest, violence.
Cato Manor shacks being cleared, November 1960
|Catalogue of shame|
|Cape Provincial Administration to resettle farm dwellers||
Article relating to the re-settling of farm dwellers evicted from Wolseley Estate, Kei Road by the Cape Provincial Administration's community services office
|Black uprooting and relocation||
Resolution of the Twelfth National Conference of the South African Council of Churches, Hammaskraal, May 1980 regarding the negative socio-economic effects on Black people resulting from forced removals and resettlements