SPEECHES

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Closing address to the 58th Annual Congress of the National Union of South African Students, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, 29 November to 4 December 1980.

Closing address to the 58th Annual Congress of the National Union of South African Students, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, 29 November to 4 December 1980. Spoke on education within the framework of the conference theme: Exposing Total Strategy.

The Soweto Uprising and the Development of Liberatory Ideas

Lecture by Wycliffe M Tsotsi, Vice-President, Unity Movement of South Africa, on the Soweto Uprising and the history of the liberation struggle.

National President's report at the Black Sash National Conference

National President's Report at the Black Sash National Conference in East London 7 to 8 November 1961.

The National Situation

Ex tempore speech by I B Tabata at the National Conference of the Unity Movement in January, 1962.

Bantustans, Colouredstans and Indianstans

Speech delivered by L. Mqotsi at the African People's Democratic Union of South Africa Conference.

The Crime is apartheid, the penalty is isolation: Paper presented at the Black Sash National Conference in Johannesburg

The Crime is apartheid, the penalty is isolation: Paper presented at the National Black Sash National Conference in Johannesburg on 22 October 1963, discussing: Apartheid, South West Africa, African States and airspace, international sanctions, expulsion of SA from United Nations, reform.

Apartheid: a crisis of the Christian conscience

The Alfred and Winifred Hoernle Memorial Lecture, 1964, delivered by Denis Hurley under the auspices of the South African Institute of Race Relations examines the Christian ethic and the South African situation

South Africa in Crisis: paper presented at the Black Sash National Conference at Pietermaritzburg

South Africa in Crisis: paper presented at the Black Sash National Conference at Pietermaritzburg on 20 October 1964.

An address delivered to the United Nations Committee

Address delivered by I B Tabata to the United Nations Committee in Lusaka, Zambia. Covers the problem of the colonies and the Protectorates. Argues that these subjects cannot be adequately dealt with without addressing the problem of South Africa.

Our conception of the Liberatory Struggle in South Africa

Speech made by I B Tabata on the nature of the struggle for liberation in South Africa. Includes the Unity Movement's programme and principles.

The problem of unity

Speech by I B Tabata about unity among African States.

Extracts: Speech delivered my MR Mqotsi

Extracts of a speech delivered by Mr Mqotsi at a meeting of Head Unity Committee members, in Lusaka, Zambia, regarding charges against him by the Unity Movement.

Extracts from Mr Tabata's reply to Mr Mqotsi's allegations

Extracts from a reply by I B Tabata to allegations against the Unity Movement by Mr Mqotsi.

Address, Day of Affirmation, University of Cape Town, June 6th, 1966

Text of the address made by Senator Robert F Kennedy at the Day of Affirmation of Academic and Human Freedom, University of Cape Town, 6 June 1966.

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.

Address on the Sixth National Day of Affirmation and Human Freedom in the Great Hall, University of the Witwatersrand. Thursday, 6th June, 1968

Address by Dr Alan Paton on the Sixth National Day of Affirmation and Human Freedom in the Great Hall, University of the Witwatersrand. Thursday, 6th June, 1968.

Speech by I B Tabata

Speech made by I B Tabata at a meeting of the African Peoples' Democratic Union of South Africa about imperialism overseas and in South Africa.

Presidential address presented at the Black Sash National Conference

Presidential address presented at the Black Sash National Conference on 31 October 1960, discussing: Pass Laws, wages, state of emergency, Apartheid, human rights, unjust laws, race relations.

We shall win

An address, representing a joint statement by ANC, ZAPU, SWAPO, PAIGC, MPLA, to the Fifth Assembly of Heads of State and Government of the Organisation for African Unity (OAU) held in Algiers from 13 to 16 September 1968,

Strategies of operation

An address to Black school students encouraging them, as members of the South African Students Movement, to oppose apartheid policies.

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