Youth and the National Liberation Struggle

Molefe, T. (1976) 'This is what lead to the ’76 riots...', The World, 16 June
Throughout the 1960's black students campaigned for the right to affiliate to the National Union of South African more
In aftermath of the June 16 Uprising, the government cracked down on student activists and organisations alike. On 19 more
(1976) 'Student form new body', The World, 3 August.
In the first eight weeks of the Revolt in Soweto, there were two periods of intense confrontation with the police. The more
The school students in Cape Town reacted to the news they heard of events in Soweto. A teacher at one of the Coloured more
(1976) 'moves over teachers and language coming', New Govt, 27 April
Chaos in the African Schools. The reorganisation of the African schools in the wake of the changes governing secondary more
Hector Peterson was not the first person to be killed in the 1976 Soweto uprising, a new book sensationally claims. more
World Reporter. (1976) 'ANC-PAC enlist exiled students', The World, 30 December
TOMORROW we will commemorate June 16 1976 - the day that saw the start of the Soweto uprising. For almost three decades more
Abantu (or 'Bantu' as it was used by colonists) is the Zulu word for people. It is the plural of the word ' more
Nxumalo, C. (1976) 'Language strike continues', The World, 15 June
The Black People’s Convention (BPC) was an umbrella organisation of the Black Consciousness Movement (BCM). BCM more
(1976) 'Botha defends language', The World, 18 June
BROTHERS AND SISTERS: Vorster and his assassins have learnt nothing since Sharpeville. Once again he has called out his more
The South African Students Movement (SASM) an organisation of mainly high school students was formed to represent more
(1976) 'Inquiry must be held into Soweto riot', The World, 17 June.
DOCUMENT 37. "Black Power--Students Forced to Leave Meeting." Article in Dome (University of Natal), March 27, 1969 more


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