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June 12th marked a historic moment in the history of Black students. The University of the Western Cape acting together with the Department of Coloured Affairs expelled students of the University of...
Author: South African Students Organisation
Publication date: 1973-06-00
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Pamphlet relating to the impact of the Group Areas Act on Indian families, including a photograph
Author: Gita Dyzenhaus
Publication date: 1982-02-00
Publisher: Black Sash
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This pamphlet discusses the visit by Senator Edward Kennedy to South Africa, and one question which stands out and that is, Why was he visiting South Africa? APDUSA also questions why they and some...
Author: African Peoples Democratic Union of South Africa
Publication date: 1985-01-00
Publisher: APDUSA, Pietermaritzburg
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This is the NUSAS pamphlet. It covers the government attack to the universities and NUSAS opposition to apartheid.
Publication date: 1987-08-26
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This pamphlet is written with the specific purpose of concentrating on the relationship between the African and Indian sections of the Non-Europeans, and how the Unity Movement sees the solution to...
Author: Working Committee Non-European Unity Movement
Publication date: 1952-08-00
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June 12th marked a historic moment in the history of Black students. The University of the Western Cape acting together with the Department of Coloured Affairs expelled students of the University of...
Author: South African Students Organisation
Publication date: 1973-06-00
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Pamphlet about the comparison between responses made to calls for sanctions against Argentina and South Africa. Note that large sections of the text are barely legible
Publication date: 1982-04-00
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This is a pamphlet containing the statement accepted for distribution by the SACC, April 6, 1985 regarding theological rationale and a call to prayer for the end to unjust rule. It is reproduced in...
Publication date: 1985-04-16
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An Emergency Convocation of Churches was decided upon to work on and develop effective non-violent actions to pressure the government to the negotiation table and for the church to refuse to...
Publication date: 1988-05-30
Publisher: South African Council of Churches
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With the official opening of the Sultan Technical College, the members of the College Council had taken a decision to prohibit the African students from attending classes and were refused admission...
Author: Society of Young Africa
Publication date: 1956-00-00
Publisher: SOYA, Durban
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Pamphlet, in Afrikaans, discussing the press publicity after announcing their stance in rejecting apartheid as it cannot be reconciled with the Word of God
Publication date: 1973-11-16
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Pamphlet on a Consultation of representatives of SACC member churches, held at the Koinonia Conference Centre, Johannesburg,10-12 May 1982 for a follow up to the consultation on racism held in...
Publication date: 1982-05-10
Publisher: South African Council of Churches
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Pamphlet issued by the National Executive Committee of the African National Congress. Call to the nation saying that change in South Africa is moving at a rapid pace and that intensified struggle is...
Author: African National Congress
Publication date: 1985-04-25
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This is a pamphlet about family and educational background of Nelson Mandela. It also consists of information about the ANCYL, the defiance campaign, the treason trial, Umkhonto we Sizwe, and the...
Publication date: 1988-07-18

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