|Models of work with cadres within the National Liberation Movement||
Paper by Sherry Mclean, presented at the ANC Seminar on Social Welfare, in Lusaka, Zambia, July 1988. Suggests ways in which social problems can be overcome, such as community work, group work, counselling, confidentiality and training.
|NUSAS - its background and history||
NUSAS - its background and history. Informal talk delivered at National Seminar of the National Union of South African Students, April 1973.
|Op soek na `n reenboogkoalisie (Article written in Afrikaans)|
|Organisation: OFS/Northern Cape seminar|
|Regional Director comments on the seminar on "A view of the economy beyond apartheid"|
|South Africa - towards a post-apartheid economy: a Consultative Seminar, Holiday Inn, Harare, 28 April - 1 May 1990||
Programme of seminar organised by the ANC Department of Economics and Planning, Congress of South African Trade Unions and the Economic Trends Group in Harare, 28 April to 1 May 1990. Includes list of participants and papers to be presented.
|Speech delivered by Popo Molefe at SAUJS National Seminar||
Speech delivered by Popo Molefe at SAUJS National Seminar, he speaks about the apartheid regime how it has survived for forty two years, the policy of the ANC and then he concludes by listing the main tasks facing the oganisation.
|Successful workers' seminar held|
|The contemporary Black Movement as it has developed from its forerunners||
The discussion revolves around the the gap in student activism between the fifties and the seventies and the widening gap between Black and White students with an increase in the rise of Black nationalism
|Where to now White students||
Paper presented at the April 1972 National Union of South African Students (NUSAS) seminar which discusses the background to NUSAS and analyses the dilemma facing students as individuals and as part of a student body.
|White students and change||
Paper presented at National Seminar of the National Union of South African Students, April 1973. Discusses how White students can participate in and promote process of change in South African society.