|`WHAT DO THEY KNOW OF CRICKET WHO ONLY CRICKET KNOW?': Transformation in South African Cricket, 1990-2000||
This article charts developments in cricket during the past decade to explore issues related to social transformation and redress in post-apartheid South Africa.
|Transforming the state: health and health related sectors|
|Transforming social welfare: a radical approach|
|Transforming Itself: People's Power and Society in South Africa|
|Transforming health and welfare services - problems and prospects|
|Transformation of the United Democratic Front into a new broad Front||
This article discusses the relevence of UDF, its future and the issue of UDF politics.
|Transformation of the United Democratic Front||
A brief contribution to the ongoing discussion on the transformation of the United Democratic Front.It focuses on a number of issues which represents what could become the broad orientation of the United Democratic Front.
|These are the Last Days|
|The Transvaal Gandhii Centenary Council|
|The South African Reality||
Journal article containing a speech presented by Desmond Tutu, General Secretary of the South African Council of Churches, to students at the University of Natal.
|The sins of the church are the sins of the Whites||
Journal article. Note that the text is not clear.
|The onslaught against us report by Broederkring executive||
Report by Broederkring Executive on the discussions between the Broederkring and Black Churches in South Africa.
|The Long View: A Dubious Virgin - The Bantu Laws Amendment Bill, Contact vol 7, no. 4|
|Tasks of the ANC in the present period||
Memorandum listing the tasks of the African National Congress. Covers the nature of our society, the character of the struggle, the forces of transformation and the forms of struggle, the ANC and the masses and a mass programme of action. Prepared for a national ANC meeting.
|Statement of the Deputy President of the African National Congress, Nelson Mandela, at the Opening of the ANC National Conference||
Nelson Mandela's address to the opening of the African National Congress (ANC) National Conference, 2-7 July, 1991 in which he stated that the ANC must lead the process of democratic transformation and the Conference will enable ANC to formulate strategies to do this.
|State must be engaged in schools` battle|
|South Africa, 2000 A D: an exercise in crystal gazing|
|Security not an "impossible dream" if whites join majority|
|Schooled for success?|
|Revolution in South Africa: An interview with Gerard Chaliand conducted by Professor Hermann Giliomee||
Revolution in South Africa: An interview with Gerard Chaliand conducted by Professor Hermann Giliomee.