SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE
|Working at the outposts: Taking deepest exception to greenflies|
|Workers charge the Minister of Police|
|Will to mend dented image of police in townships|
|Uitenhage worker tells of what he saw on March 21|
|Turning heads on the beat|
|Transkripsie van bandopnames||
Transcription by the South African Police Security Branch of a tape made of a Black Peoples Convention Sharpeville commemoration meeting held on 19 March 1972
|Thousands strike in Richards Bay|
|The spectre of Belson and Buchenwald|
|The Langa lies|
|The funeral the police left alone|
|Telegram van H Leer||
Telegram, bearing the stamp of the Secretariate, State Security Council, Pretoria, about recent unrest incidents around South Africa, with numbers of unrest incidents reported in the various provinces. Some text has been blacked out.
|Teargas causes more than tears, rubber bullets are no toys|
|Strike at Foskor|
|Stop the violence or talks are off - ANC warns government|
|Statement by the General Secretary of South African Council of Churches, Desmond Tutu||
Statement by the General Secretary of South African Council of Churches, Desmond Tutu, of October 21, 1980, in response to the warning by the Minister of Police, Mr Le Grange, about certain action of Churches.
|Statement - re Alan Ketih Brooks|
|South African Church leaders confront the Sstate||
On Monday 29 February 1988, 125 clergy assembled at Cape Town's Anglican Cathedral and after a brief service set out on the short walk to Parliament to present a petition of protest.
Search warrant to search the United Democratic Front premises and to seize articles such as documents, minutes, correspondence, video-cassettes, related to the activities of the UDF, TIC, NIC,RMC, AYCO, SOYCO and FEDSAW with regard to the Commission of the offence of treason.
|Rely workers win damages from Minister|
|Protest, prayers and the police|