|New Age Vol.4 No.1558 Jan. 1958|
|New Age Vol.3 No.4957 Sep. 1957|
|Memorandum to Emma Mashinini from Sheena Duncan||
This is a memorandum to Emma Mashinini from Sheena Duncan regarding training programme for trainers in non-violent action conflict management, June 13, 1988.
|The spectre of Belson and Buchenwald|
|British Guiana - a prelude to massacre|
|Editorial: Violence breeds violence|
|Southern African Catholic Bishop Conference: letter form Margaret Kelly to all Archbishops/ Bishops||
This is the letter from Margaret Kelly to all Bishops and Archbishops of Justice and Peace Commission briefing them about non violence action and the defiance campagn in 10 August 1989.
|Letter from Emma Mashinini||
Letter from Emma Mashinini to Dear friends regarding a training programme for Standing for the Truth Campaign, March 20, 1989.
|Letter from Sipho Buthelezi, Secretary General of the Black Peoples Convention, to Brothers/Sisters||
Letter from Sipho Buthelezi, Secretary General of the Black Peoples Convention to Brothers/Sisters written as a reminder to Black South Africans to commemorate the Sharpeville massacre of the 21st March 1963 when 69 Blacks were shot dead and 200 were wounded.
|"No space for the masses": a response to Jay Naidoo|
|Workers shot, intimidated in Plascon strike|
|The struggle for peace in Natal|
|Violence and the `peace process` in Pitermaritzburg|
|Shootings at MAWU AGM|
|Emergency convocation of churches in South Africa||
This journal article is about the emergence convocation of churches in South Africa which was held in Johannesburg on 30-31 May, in order to outline a plan of effective non-violence campaign.
|Review since last Conference||
The letter from Desmond Tutu to SACC regarding the review of the conference about the death of Steve Biko. Also asking the authority to institute the judicial inquiry into Steve's death.
|Violence and the cross in South Africa today||
Journal article containing extracts of an address by Dr Manas Buthelezi at South African Leadership Conference held in July 20, 1979, about violence and the cross in South Africa. Note that the text is barely legible.
|Statement of General Secretary of South African Council of Churches, Bishop Desmond Tutu, October 11, 1979||
The statement of the General Secretary of the South African Council Of Churches made on October 11, 1979 regarding the serious allegations against SACC made by Louis le Grange, Minister of Police and Prisons.
|Transcript of interviews of the General Secretary of the South African Council of Churches, Bishop Desmond Tutu, Sunday Novermber 26, 1978||
Transcript of the interviews of the General Secretary of the South African Council of Churches, Bishop Desmond Tutu. The interview was broadcast by SABC-TV on Sunday November 26, 1978, the interviewer was Mr. C. Saunders.
|Approved text of statement on conscientious objection issued by the South African Catholic Bishops Conference, released on February 9, 1977.||
Journal article contains statements issued by the Southern African Catholic Bishops on current situations, question of human right, Christianity and wealth, economic rights and duties, and community buliding.