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On a winter's day in 1976 more than 20 000 pupils from the African township complex of Soweto began a protest march against a Bantu Education Department regulation that Afrikaans be used as one of...
"To All Residents of Soweto, Hostels, Reef and Pretoria." Flyer in English and Zulu by Soweto Students' Representative Council, September 7, 1976 WE SAY: 1. REMEMBER YOU ARE ALL BLACKS: Whether...
"To Town!!! To Eloff!!! To That Exclusive White Paradise!!! From Monday!!!" Flyer by Soweto Students' Representative Council announcing demonstration on September 23,1976 This will be the new step...
"The System and You." Article in SASO Newsletter, March/April 1976 Because of the rampant increase in the number of students and other concerned individuals being arrested or being taken in for...
"Report of Fort Hare Local Committee to SASO annual General Students' Council, by Pumzile Majeke, July 1973 1. STUDENT ENROLMENT: The number of students enrolled at Fort Hare this year stands at...
Some of the old timers believe that Chief Gatsha Buthelezi will free the Black People. This famous "daddy" of the "Zulus" with his "tricks" manages to confuse so many black people. Content, they...
6. The 1976 Soweto Uprising. "To Be or Not to Be . . . ?" Article by Nthanyane Maaga, SASMNewsletter, April 1973 That is the question whether 'tis nobler for our teachers and principals to...
Letter from Stanley Gqajela to Monwabisi Yako, giving instructions for leaving South Africa, late 1975 (handwritten, in Xhosa with translation) Dibanisa naleyo uyifumene kuqala ndipose mistakenly...
Flyer by Black People's Convention supporting Durban strikers, January 9, 1973, in Zulu BAFOWETHU ABANSUNDU, I-BLACK PEOPLE'S CONVENTION INISEKELA NGOKUPHELELE EZINYATHELWENI ENIZITHATHILE...
" Regional Formation Schools." Report in SASO Newsletter, September 1970 The regional formation schools for the Natal and Transvaal regions were held on the 5-7th and 19-20th September respectively...
"Who Is Black?" Editorial by Steve Biko, SASO Newsletter, September 1970 There is something to be said about the question "who is black?" In his talk at the SASO Symposium on "Black is beautiful...
"Azikhwelwa on Monday." Flyer by Soweto Students' Representative Council calling for a stay-away from September 13, 1976 The people of South Africa are going into the third phase of their struggle...

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Today in history...When her underground cell was arrested and detained, Phyllis Naidoo escaped to Lesotho along a new route established by Omar Badsha, Richard (Rick) Turner and others. In Lesotho she joined the African National Congress (ANC) and was involved in providing for children who had left South Africa, assisting members of the South African Communist Party (SACP) and ANC to escape from South Africa, and supporting them in Lesotho. She returned to South Africa in 1990. This morning on the Talking Point we will look at the roles Indians played in South Africa's struggle for liberation... GUEST: Omar Badsha - Who is the Ceo and Founder of South African History

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