|Statement by the Archbishop of Cape Town, the Most Rev Bill Burnett||
Journal article containing a statement by the Archbishop of Cape Town, regarding the Church of the Province Synod's resolution that if members of the Security Force hold office in their Church they are expected to consider their witness before God.
|Religious Society of Friends writes letter to Cabinet Ministers: forced removals of Africans||
A letter from Religious Society of Friends, also known as Quakers, to the members of the Cabinet about forced removals of Africans.
Journal article containing a report back about the meeting of the All African Conference of Churches (AACC) in Nairobi.
|An open letter to Desmond Tutu||
Journal article containing a letter of support written by Allan Boesak to Desmond Tutu after the South African Government withdrew Bishop Tutu's passport and accused him of supporting subversive elements and encouraging a revolutionary climate in the country.
|A sign of hope||
Journal article about the test of Christianity in South Africa and the close association between White politics and many Christian Churches which is eroding the integrity of the Christian religion.
|Progressive theological education||
Journal article containing a reconstructed address by Frank Chikane, a Minister of the African Methodist Episcopal Chruch, to the Koinonia Conference of Theological Education at the University of the Western Cape in September 1984.
|Keeper of the keys||
This is an interview with Desmond Tutu held in October 1989 about leadership and vision of peace.
|At the apocalypse: the South African Church claims its hope - an interview||
Interview with Allan Boesak about the role of South African churches, in particular the Dutch Reformed Church, in the struggle for democracy
|Through the cross: the South African church's painful path to victory||
Interview with Frank Chikane as General Secretary of the South African Council of Churches
|The church and the struggle for a democratic alternative||
Paper presented at the Diakonia workshop held on May 19, 1988, calling for the renewal and transformation of the Church as a site of struggle as part of the national democratic struggle.
|Standing for the truth campaign||
Circular on non-violence campaign about public transport system.
|We will not be silenced||
Circular publicising a conference to be held in Cape Town on 2 May 1988, regarding the resistance of church organisations to state repression.