SPEECHES

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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.

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, 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.

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.

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.

The problem of unity

Speech by I B Tabata about unity among African States.

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.

This is the students' credo

Abridged version of an address entitled "Our country, our responsibility" by the President of NUSAS, Mr Duncan Innes, at a student meeting at the University of Witwatersrand

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

An exercise in Crystal-gazing: Address given by professor H.L. Watts at the Black Sash National Annual Conference held at Pietermaritzburg

South Africa, 2000 A.D. An exercise in Crystal-gazing: Address given by professor H.L.

Strategies of operation

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

Twenty years of our lives: Opening Address presented at the Black Sash National Conference in Cape Town

Twenty years of our lives: Opening Address presented at the Black Sash National Conference in Cape Town on 10 March 1975.

Time for a Change: Opening Address presented at the Black Sash National Conference in Durban

Time for a Change: Opening Address by Jean Sinclair presented at the Black Sash National Conference in Durban on 15 October 1973, discussing: 25 years of Apartheid, Bantustans, migrant labour, Black consciousness, strikes, education, separate development, NUSAS.

Speech delivered at members' meeting

Transcript of a speech delivered by I B Tabata at a Unity Movement members' meeting. Highlights political and financial problems that have arisen within the movement.

Speech delivered on Graduation Day on behalf of the Graduands, April 1972

The former President of the SRC of the University of the North delivered the Address at the Graduation Ceremony of April 1972. The university authorities subsequently suspended Mr Tiro and mass protests by the university student body followed.

South Africa is main base of imperialism

Speech delivered by I B Tabata to the Fourth Committee of the United Nations.

Speech opening 47th Annual NUSAS Congress

Opening speech at the 47th Annual Congress of the National Union of South African Students, University of Natal, Durban, July 1971. He discusses the experience of being Black in South Africa and his hopes for a better South Africa.

Outward bounty and inward baaskap: Opening Address by Jean Sinclair presented at the Black Sash National Conference in Cape Town

Outward Bounty and Inward Baaskap Opening Address by Jean Sinclair presented at the Black Sash at National Conference in Cape Town on 15 February 1971 discussing: Apartheid, racial superiority and inferiority, international criticism, exit fom Commonwealth, relations with neighbouring countries,

A political review (a summary)

Speech delivered by I B Tabata to an Executive Meeting of the Unity Movement in Lusaka. Reviews the current position of the Unity Movement.

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.

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