VIOLENCE

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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
Cillie Commission
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.

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