|Civil Rights News Letter, Vol. XX No.3 Issued 13 April 1973|
|Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to Ursulla||
I am not sure if you have read anything on the torture in our country. You should have read about Joseph Mdluli’s and Steves death. That is one aspect of detention.
|Civil Rights News Letter, Vol. XIX No.9 Issued 20 November 1972|
|Biographies - P-S : Death Penalty and Executions|
|Writers and Human Rights abuses in Africa|
|Breaking of men||
An anonymous South African is inspired by reading Ruth First's book "117 days" to describe his own experience of solitary confinement and interrogation, which led to his turning state evidence in a sabotage trial.
|The breaking of men||
Solitary confinement and torture.
|Editorial: The Question|
|Hogan alleges heavy handed action by SP|
|Cosas leader detained...poisoned...now missing|
|Detention is a lasting trauma|
|An open letter to Nelson Mandela from ex-ANC detainees|
|The Case of Samuel Mngqibisa (Elty Mhlekazi)|
|Welverdiend spells death: a story of overkill|
|Torture and the health worker: the nature of culpability (2)|
|Detention and Evidence|
|Health professionals and human rights in South Africa||
Report on the impact of apartheid on health, health related problems of detentions, especially the detention of children, and the reaction of health professionals, and on violations and limitations of professional intergrity and human rights related to health care
|The Torture of Dean Farisani|
|Stop the torture!|