|Azikwelwa E Thembisa||
Circular urges parents to unite with students in stayaways planned to oppose state oppression
|Arts and Africa: BBC African Service, no. 450|
|And now we have no land: An update on the struggle of the Mogopa people|
|Alexandra: Paper Presented at National Conference 1986||
Alexandra: Paper Presented at National Conference on 14 March 1986 discussing housing conditions, violence, protests, police violence, State of Emergency, occupation of township by troops, use of lethal force by government.
|African unity's hardest test||
The Arab-African clash in the Sudan.
|Address to the National Conference of the Black Sash held at Cape Town, 1983||
Address to the National Conference of the Black Sash by Allan Boesak on the 10 March 1983, discussing: Apartheid, theology, total onslaught, police action, South African Council of Churches, Pass Laws, prisons, detentions.
|Address to members of Umkhonto we Sizwe|
|A theological rationale and a call to prayer for the end to unjust rule||
This is a pamphlet containing the statement accepted for distribution by the SACC, April 6, 1985 regarding theological rationale and a call to prayer for the end to unjust rule. It is reproduced in Journal of Theology for South Africa, September 1985.
|A proud history of struggle by mineworkers against the Chamber|
|3 years of united action|
|1987, the year of the Krimpvark, the cougar of the rooibok? presidential Address to the Black Sash National Conference held at Cape Town, 1987||
Opening Address by National President Mary Burton at National Conference held at Cape Town on 12 March 1987, discussing: State of Emergency, detentions, conditions of prisons, pass laws, restoration of South African citizenship, education.
|"Women are a formidable force"|
|"Use your space"|
|"I have seen the rays of our new South Africa rising"|
|The root of the matter: Black liberals?||
An article calling for a united Black front to bring about political change in South Africa
|A History of the African People of South Africa: From the Early Iron Age to the 1970s|