|South African Students Organisations||
This is a letter from Barney Pityana about the historical background of the South African Students Organisation, structure, aims, the press, protests, and independence for the black universities.
|SASPU National, 1980 - 1987||
SASPU National was one of two publications produced by the South African Students Press Union (SASPU), the other being SASPU Focus. A non-profit newspaper, about 25 000 copies of SASPU National were distributed mostly through organisations.
SASPU Focus was a feature-orientated publication aimed largely at raising student awareness: at its annual congress during December 1981 NUSAS adopted the theme 'Campus Action for Democracy' for 1982. This slogan called on students to understand, and act on, their university and their education.
|Rural Community Development School for `Maritzburg|
|Resolutions on Ongoye University incident|
|Resolutions of the people at a mass meeting in Durban, Sunday 6th November|
|Regering se intimidasie-politiek vererger die Universiteite se dilemma (Article written in Afrikaans)|
|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.
|Presidential report of the Transvaal tour||
Report of a tour of Transvaal Black universities and colleges
|Politics and The South African Student|
|Poems 73; Supplement to Bolt April 1973|
|Out of the fellowship|
|Open minds in open Universities||
ON the 13th May, 1955, in the House of Assembly, the Minister of Education, Mr. Viljoen, said that "it had to be remembered that apartheid was the expressed policy of the Government, and it had announced time and again that it would carry out this policy in the universities.
|Ongoye University incident orchestrated|
|One For All|
|Nuwe geslag Afrikaanse rebelle|
|NUSAS Press Digest, Number 4, 1967||
NUSAS Press Digest, number 4, 1967. A compilation of press reports and editorial comments during July, August and September, 1967 on the banning order placed on Dr Raymond (Bill) Hoffenberg.
|NUSAS Press Digest, Number 1, 1969||
A compilation of press reports and comments on events at Fort Hare University College during 1968, and an historical background of the College from 1916 to 1948.
|Nusas Congress Speeches, 1981: A Call for democracy||
Speeches concerning NUSAS Congress held on 1981, addressing issues like,the students movement in the struggle for democracy, students initiatives in Universities, Students and the broader Community and democracy at work.