|Call for national crusade to end violence|
|Call for peace||
Statement calling for peace as the past years was characterised by the most brutal violence unleashed agaisnt people as all peace-loving South Africans are still deeply touched by the carnage that gripped the country.
|Call for restraint after bombing|
|Canadians pledge support|
|Chesterville: Paper Presented at the Black Sash National Conference 1987||
Chesterville: Paper Presented at the Black Sash National Conference on 14 March 1987 discussing housing, urbanisation, forced removals, poverty, protest, violence.
|Chief Minister speaks to the Press|
|Christian tradition backs a "just war", says Hurley|
|Civil Rights League Newsletter Vol 32 No.6 March 1986|
|Civil Rights League Newsletter, Vol 40 No.2 May 1993|
|Civil War in the Border Bantustan: Paper presented at National Conference 1984||
Civil war in the border bantustan: Paper presented at National Conference on 16 March 1984 discussing the new constitution, self-government, homelands, violence and protest, bus boycotts, opposition to Ciskei government.
|Combination of forms of struggle|
|Comment: Malcom X||
Violent and non-violent struggle.
|Comment: Must South Africa bleed to death before the leaders act?|
|Comment: White lives tip the balance once again|
|Complex issues underline Ciskei violence|
|Constructive Involvement in South Africa|
|Cosatu CEC Resolution on the Natal situation|
|COSATU/UDF meet Inkatha to stop violence|
|Court Monitoring Report for Black Sash National Conference 1987||
Court Monitoring Report Presented at the Black Sash National Conference on 14 March 1987 discussing pass courts, influx control, migrant labour, violence, case statistics, legal defence, human rights, court conditions.