|Slum conditions at Korsten, Port Elizabeth||
Papers relating to the clearance of slums in Korsten
|Six portraits of apartheid (I): the intellectual fraud|
|Separatism or separation: A discussion of separatism in America as compared|
|Separate, but equal?|
|Separate Representation of Voters Act, Act No 46 of 1951||
The Act was to make provision for the separate representation in Parliament and in the provincial council of the province of the Cape of Good Hope of Europeans and non-Europeans in that province, and to that end to amend the law relating to the registration of Europeans and non-Europeans as voter
|Separate development: the receiving end||
What are they hiding behind their backs.
|Representations on the Glenmore removals||
Report on the forced removals of Black families from Klipfontein and Kenton-on-Sea to Glenmore Township.
|Report on the Whittlesea Resettlement areas with special reference to Zweledinga||
Report by the Border Council of Churches on problems faced by Black families who were forcibly removed from their homes because of the policy of separate development and resettled at Whittlesea.
|Report of the Department of Coloured Affairs for the period 1st April 1955 - 31st December 1958||
Report by the South African Department of Coloured Affairs outlining activities and new developments relating to the Coloured population
|Promotion of Bantu Self-governing Act, Act No 46 of 1959||
The Act was to provide for the gradual development of self-governing Bantu national units and for direct consultation between the Government of the Union and the said national units in regard to matters affecting the interests of such national units; to amend the Native Administration Act, 1927,
|Power, patriotism, principle: Opening Address presented at the Black Sash National Conference held at Pietermaritzburg, 1969||
Power, patriotism, principle: Opening address by Jean Sinclair at presented at the Black Sash National Conference held at Pietermaritzburg on 21 October 1969, discussing: legislative power of regions, racial inequalities, separate development, bantu education, banning orders, detention powers of
|Pietermaritzburg: the first real study of a complicated tragedy|
|Photographs: showing families relocated into resettlement camps after forced removals||
Photographs showing resettlement camps and families living in these camps under deplorable conditions after forced removals
|Photograph: illustrating entertainment facilities for Black and Coloured people in the 1950's||
Photograph showing a dancing scene (of Coloured people) at a nightclub in District Six, Cape Town.
|Opening Address presented at the Black Sash National Conference held at Johannesburg, 1967||
Opening Address presented at the Black Sash National Conference held at Johannesburg, 1967 on 16 October 1967, mentioning: Vorster, migrant labour, Suppression of Communism Act, Education Act, Terrorism Act, separate development, families separated by pass laws.
|New public housing schemes in Zwelitsha, near King Williams Town||
Photograph showing a teacher, his wife and children outside their new house in Zwelitsha near King Williams Town.
|Natives Resettlement Board: Annual Report 1958/59||
Report of the Natives Resettlement Board for the year ended 31st March 1979, reporting on the forced removals of black people from Sophiatown, Martindale, Alexandra and being resettled in Meadowlands and Diepkloof.
|Moving ahead to the past: recent developments in urban African policy|
|Memorandum to the Minister of Plural Relations from the Congress of the Ciskei National Independence Party held at Ntabakandoda, Zwelitsha as from 13 - 15 April 1979||
Memorandum to the Minister of Plural Relations from the Congress of the Ciskei National Independence Party condemning the Development Trust and the Land Act, of 1936 and its method of application.