|Interview with Mercy Ngceshu, conducted by Wiseman Dlamini - English translation|
|Interview with Sakhayedwa Zephaniah Mweli, conducted by Sipho Mtetwa and Bafana Khumalo: Zulu version|
|Interview with Sakhayedwa Zephaniah Mweli, conducted by Sipho Mtetwa and Bafana Khumalo: Critique of the Interview|
|Interview with Sakhayedwa Zephaniah Mweli, conducted by Sipho Mtetwa and Bafana Khumalo|
|An Appeal to the People of South Afric|
|YMCA: South Africa|
|Farewell to South Africa, photograph taken at Cape Town, 1914||
Black and white print 2.8 x 19.6cm
|Honorable G K Gokhale, member of the Legisslative Council of India, in Durban, 1912. Visited South Africaat request of Gandhi. Gandhi 4th from left and Gokhale 5th from left, front row.||
Black and white print 25.8 x 19.3cm
|Interview with Mrs Monica Thumbadoo, conducted by Rogers Govender, Critical Comment|
|Interview with Mrs Monica Thumbadoo, conducted by Rogers Govender|
|Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to Luli||
The word COMRADE from my Catholic Background, the state and the media in South Africa meant communism and all the horrors that these conjured collectively in the South African psyche.
|Economic sanctions against South Africa their need and feasibility||
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Economic sanctions against South Africa their need and feasibility
|University Report: BBC African Service, no. 167, 1971|
|Zulu boy and jinricksha, SOuth Africa||
Zulu boy and jinricksha, South Africa
|Arts and Africa: BBC African Service, no. 450|
|Letter from G J van Zyl to Alan Paton|
|MEMORANDUM PRESENTED BY THE CENTRAL DURBAN PROPERTY PROTECTION COMMITTEE||
ENQUIRY UNDER THE GROUP AREAS ACT NO.77 OF 1957,AS AMENDED,IN REGARD TO AN AREA IN THE CITY OF DURBAN. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE GROUP AREAS BOARD WILL ENQUIRE INTO THE DESIRABILITY OR OTHERWISE OF Proclaiming IN TERMS OF SECTION 20 OF THE.....
|An Explanation of the Group Areas Act, 1950||
OBJECT OF THE ACT
|SUMMARY OF THE GROUP AREAS ACT, 1950||
The Group Areas Act is largely based on the principles of the existing legislation, but goes beyond those principles in some respects. Firstly, it extends the principle of exclusive racial areas so as to provide for exclusively European areas.
|DISABILITIES OF THE NON-WHITE PEOPLES IN THE UNION OF SOUTH AFRICA||
The non-White peoples in the Union of South Africa suffer :numerous disabilities, social, economic and political, which reduce them to conditions of virtual servitude.