|Afro-Americans and the White radical left||
Growing criticism by Afro-Americans of the actions, truths, ideology and commitment of the White radical left.
A report on the American reality.
|A chink in the curtain||
Article about personal correspondence between a "Frontier" donor and reader.
|Inside South Africa||
An injection of black students into South Africa's student movement is needed, for black students would act through their vested interest in social change and not through their consciences alone.
|Fort Hare record||
The recent dismissal of Mr Curnick Ndamse from the staff of Fort Hare University College for "insubordination" spotlights once again the record of Fort Hare since its rape by the Verwoerd regime in 1960.
|The stories of two poets under the Portuguese colonial heel||
The stories of these two young poets, one humiliated by surrender and the other degraded by callous injustice, are buy no means the most cruel in the Portuguese authorities' record of repression of African Nationalists.
This month will see witch-hunting taken a stage further in South Africa with the publication by the Minister of Justice of the names of persons so far banned or named in terms of the Suppression of Communism Act.
|Editorial: The Liberty Tree|
|Poles of alienation|
|The state`s whole repressive machinery|
|Who was Matthew Goniwe?|
|Strikes and disputes: March 15 to April 30|
|Message to all comrades and compatriots in detention, prison and facing trials||
Press release by the United Democratic Front at its National Working Committee Conference with a message to all comrades and compatriots.
|Statement of the United Democratic Front National General Council||
Statement of the National General Council meeting held on the 5th to 7th April 1985 where more than 300 delegates attended the meeting in Azaadville.
Press statement where Valli Moosa welcomed the return of Rev Frank Chikane and how he has been a subject of detention without trial and assassination.
|The declaration of the state of emergency||
Statement issued in response to the declaration of the state of emergency
|The student movement in the struggle for democracy||
Speech by the guest speaker, Joe Phaahla, President of the Azanian Students' Organisation (AZASO), at the 59th Annual Congress of the National Union of South African Students, University of Cape Town, Cape Town, 28 November to 3 December 1981.
|Opening address at the 59th Annual Congress of the National Union of South African Students, University of Cape Town, 1981.||
Acting-president's opening address at the 59th Annual Congress of the National Union of South African Students, University of Cape Town, Cape Town from 28 November to 3 December 1981.