|All in conference calls for action||
All African peoples conference held in Pietermaritzburg
The papers of J.H.Hofmeyr comprise 67 boxes spanning the years 1891—1950, with the preponderance between 1913 and 1948.
|Inventory of the Hofmeyr Papers||
Inventory of the Hofmeyr papers
General correspondence and other papers re academic and political career (arranged chronologically) 6 boxes. 1915-1948
Diary 1947 Aug. 22 1948 Nov. 26. Records of
|Hofmeyr Papers 1935 to 1948 - General Correspondence||
Hofmeyr Papers 1935 to 1948 Box A1/Aa
|Transvaal Schools Speech Contest||
R.A.M Salojee - Address
|Speeches and sundry essays|
|Letter from Alan Paton to G J Smale|
|World in development||
Extracts from a speech at the closing of the Cultural Congress of Havana.
|Mr Oppenheimer and "Them"||
The 1962 Davie Memorial Lecture.
|Rhodesia: a new stage in the struggle in Southern Rhodesia||
Extract from a transcript of a speech delivered by I B Tabata at Africa Unity House, London about Rhodesia and imperialism.
|An Address at the Graduation Ceremony, University of Natal Pietermaritzburg, 1987|
|Fairbairn Memorial Address|
|Brief Remarks on Zulu Literature|
|The University, The Church and the Political Conscience|
|Albert John Luthuli College|
|Black Christians Must Liberate Whites|
|Statement of the United Democratic Front in response to President De Klerk's opening of parliament speech on February 1st 1991||
Statement of the United Democratic Front in response to President De Klerk's opening of parliament speech on February 1st 1991
|Law and order or terror and disorganization: presidential Address presented at the Black Sash National Conference held at Johannesburg, 1988||
Opening Address by National President Mary Burton at National Conference held at Johannesburg on 10 March 1988, discussing: Indigenous history, Rule of Law, People's Justice, End Conscription Campaign, restrictions on political parties and trade unions, Bill of Rights.
|Your days are over: the promises of God confronts the State||
Sermon delivered by Allan Boesak about Elijah's journey into the wilderness. It was delivered at the St George's Cathedral at Cape Town in March 13, 1988.
|You will bite the dust!||
Speech delivered by Archbishop Tutu at St Geoge's Cathedral in Cape Town at an inter-faith service convened to replace a banned protest rally to have taken place on the 13th March 1988, at the University of the Western Cape.