|Apartheid and the Medical School||
SOYA condemns the idea of the governments intention to transfer administrative control of the Medical School, Durban from the University of Natal to the Univdersity of South Africa, and further condemns the whole system of oppression in dividing the people by colour and now in education as well.
|Collaborators and falsifiers exposed||
With the official opening of the Sultan Technical College, the members of the College Council had taken a decision to prohibit the African students from attending classes and were refused admission to the College itself.
|The Alexandra bus boycott||
This pamphlet discusses the bus boycott by the people of Alexandra Township against a penny increase in fares.
|Youth and the building of the nation||
Opening address by I B Tabata, to the 1st Conference of the Society of Young Africa (SOYA) held on 20th December 1951. This is an important stage in which the Non-European Unity Movement (NEUM) has reached in their political development; it is here that SOYA is been formed.