|Lutuli Memorial Service|
|Mass Resistance in the Eastern Cape: Paper Presented at National Conference 1986||
Mass Resistance in the Eastern Cape: Paper Presented at National Conference on 15 March 1986 discussing State of Emergency, bannings of meetings and organisations, resistance, rent boycotts, police and army brutality and torture, consumer boycotts, reform.
|Memorandum delivered to De Klerk||
Memorandum delivered to President De Klerk by Rev Chikane, Rev Boesak and Archbishop Tutu outlining six points that they felt the South African Government should take to promote negotiation and to dismantle apartheid.
|Memorandum of the Central Executive on the Future Organisation of the Black Sash||
Memorandum of the Central Executive on the Future Organisation of the Black Sash on 10 June 1958, discussing: Written Policy, elections, government of South Africa, reform, creation of an executive, education and propaganda, ideological legislation.
|Message to the churches||
Letter of protest about the detention of Rev John Thorne on May 24, 1980, for no given reason or preferred charge.
|Mgwali leads resistance|
|Mineworkers rally to defend union|
|Mistimed Angolan quarrels||
The Mbari Conference of African writers in English was held at Makerere College, Uganda under the auspices of the Mbari Writers' Club of Ibadan, Nigeria and the Congress for Cultural Freedom, Paris, from 8 to 17 June 1962.
|MK Women`s Forum|
|MK women`s forum|
|MK women`s forum: We can no more endure the pain|
|Mogopa rebuilds: a story of resistance|
|Municipal Police in the Eastern Cape: Paper Presented at the Black Sash National Conference 1987||
Municipal Police in the Eastern Cape: Paper Presented at the Black Sash National Conference on 13 March 1987 discussing assaults by police, torture, human rights abuses, civil actions, forced removals, housing, State of Emergency, training and pay for police.
|Municipal workers march|
|NEW AGE 1954-1963||
New Age, newspaper and its' predecessors, The Guardian; Advance were founded by trade unionists, academics and and was known as a leftist publication. New Age was linked to the African National Congress and its' leadership.
|New Age Vol 9 No 7 November 1962|
|New Age Vol.1 No.1 Oct. 1954|
|New Age Vol.1 No.12 Jan. 1955|
|New Age Vol.1 No.2 Nov. 1954|