|Health care and repression|
|How they beat the ban|
|Immorality Act, Act No 23 of 1957||
The Act was to consolidate and amend the laws relating to brothels and unlawful carnal intercouse and other acts in relation thereto
A report on the American reality.
|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.
|Kwathema stays away|
|Lebowa: a call to organise every person|
|Lecturer expelled from South Africa|
|Mailed fist or ham fist?|
|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.
|Middleburg remembers March 21|
|N.Transvaal UDF condemns repression against its people|
|Natives (Abolition of Passes and Co-ordination of Documents) Act, Act No 67 of 1952||
The Act was to repeal the laws relating to carrying passes by natives; to provide for the issue of reference books to natives; to amend the Native Administration Act,1927, the Native Service Contract Act, 1932, and the Natives (Urban Areas) Consolidation Act, 1945, and to provide for incidental m
|No time for relief|
|Notes on Theory No 3: The State|
|NUSAS resumÃƒÂ© 1981||
Record of some of the main events that the National Union of South African Students initiated or was involved in during 1981, in particular, political events and continuing state repression.
|October 26: is it free and fair?|
|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.
|Organise, organise, organise|