|"Spare the rod"|
|Open schools: problems and possibilities|
|Dit was nog altyd so ... Die kinders is vriende met hul eie soort (Article written in Afrikaans)|
|From the African Scholars of Cape Town: Once we return to our desks - the cause is lost!||
Recommendations from the pupils of the Cape Town Bantu schools with regard to improving the Bantu education system
|Teachers and students unite||
The circular issued by the Soweto Students' Representative Council urges the community to stand in solidarity with teachers who have resigned, in protest, from their posts.
|Biography of Tseko Simon Nkoli||
Biography of Tseko Simon Nkoli. Simon was born in Soweto on Boxing day in 1959 but grew up on a farm in Heilbron in Orange Free State. He began high school in 1974 he joined the students Christain Movement which he also began playing tennis and sang in the junior choir.
|Return to school|
|Bantu education and the African teacher|
|The new order in Bantu education|
|Desegregation in the south|
|The Abyss of Bantu education|
|The grave of the mind|
|Symbols at Little Rock||
ON May 17, 1984, the United States Supreme Court handed down a unanimous ruling that racial segregation in public schools denies equal protection of the laws and so contravenes the Fourteenth Amendment to the Constitution.
|The effects of the current unrest on township children||
Article about how township children were jailed, shot and killed, some served long prison sentences, others lost valuable years of schooling, many were forced into the lowest paid unskilled jobs while others joined the ranks of the increasing numbers of unemployed youth in our country.
|Model C schools - the ongoing charade|