|Civil Rights News Letter, August 1962|
|Arts and Africa: BBC African Service, no. 195|
|In the Supreme Court of South Africa||
The chargesheet presented in the Supreme Court of South Africa (Transvaal Provincial Division) against 13 accused of terrorism action
|Presidential Address presented at the Black Sash National Conference at Johannesburg, 1977||
Opening Address by the Black Sash National President Sheena Duncan at National Conference held at Johannesburg on 14 March 1977, discussing: Majority Rule, free enterprise, racial equality, communist threat, Judeo-Christian government, terrorism, segregation.
|Portuguese territories and Rhodesia-first defence line against terrorism|
|Editorial: Prosecution and Terrorism|
|Terrorists, Guerrillas, Freedom Fighters - and Other Things That go Bump in the Night|
|Editorial: Urban Terror|
|Terrorists, Guerillas, Freedom Fighters - And Other Things That go Bump in the Night|
|Terrorists, Guerillas, Freedom Fighters - and Other Things that go Bump in the Night|
|The just struggle|
|New Age Vol.8 No.22 Mar. 1962|
|The trial of SASO/BPC detainees||
The trial of 12 SASO and BPC leaders detained since September 1974. The charge sheet consisted of 81 pages. The 12 are accused of participating in terrorist activities in terms of various sections of the Terrorism Act (No 83 of 1967) and General Law Amendment Act (No 56 of 1955)
|Military and socio-political situation in Mocambique and Angola||
Memorandum giving an overview of the political situation in Mozambique and Angola during 1972, with particular reference to terrorist activity.
|Letter from R F Botha, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Information, to the Honourable Alexander M Haig, Secretary of State, United States of America||
Letter from Pik Botha, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Information, to US Secretary of State, Alexander Haig, regarding the Ottawa Summit statement on terrorism. Includes prior correspondence.
|Letter from the South African Consulate-General, Lorenco Marques, to the Secretary for Foreign Affairs, Pretoria||
Letter from the South African Consulate-General in Mozambique to the Secretary for Foreign Affairs in South Africa outlining a briefing of the military situation in Mozambique, with statistics of casualities sustained during military action
|Terrorism Act 1967, Act No 83 of 1967||
The Act was to prohibit terroristic activities and to amend the law relating to criminal procedure; and to provide for other incidental matters