Youth and the National Liberation Struggle Collection

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The diary of Maria Tholo - Introducing by Carol Hermer The diary of Maria Tholo - August 11 - 15 by Carol Hermer The diary of Maria Tholo - August 16 - 24 by Carol Hermer The diary of Maria...
Author: Carol Hermer
Archive Type: Online book
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It is generally recognised that mass popular struggles during the 1970s and 1980s played a pivotal role in eroding apartheid and creating the conditions for the transition to democracy in South...
Archive Type: Book chapter
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Nxumalo, C. (1976) 'New school joins strike', The World, 28 April, p. 4
Archive Type: Newspaper clippings
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Bokala, W. (1976) 'Seventh school join strike', The World
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(1976) 'Inquiry must be held into Soweto riot', The World, 17 June.
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(1976) 'Botha defends language', The World, 18 June
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Bokala, W. (1976) 'Anti-Afrikaans pupils go on strike in soweto', The World,18 May
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Ndlovu, D. (1976) 'Kids told - get back to school', The World, 2 August
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(1976) 'Riot - Kruger speaks', The World, 17 June
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(1976) 'Need for cool heads over language row', The World, 15 June
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Nxumalo, C & Bokala, W.(1976) 'UBC in new school row', The World, 17 June
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(1976) 'School sackings wil not lead to withdrawals', The World, 11 February
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Mutloatse, M. (1976) 'Leaders lash ‘stupid’ education system', The World, 23 May.
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(1976) 'World car rushes shot school riot victim to clinic', The World, 17 June
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(1976) Meetings on schools language issues', The World, 5 March
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(1976) 'Language row may be ending - at long last', Weekend World, 16 March
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(1976) 'The schoolboard are toothless', The World, 28 April, p. 4
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'School strike - Botha quizzed', The World. 3 June 1976
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(1976) 'Parents stand firm in launguage row', The World, 8 March, p. 4
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Burg, J. (1976) 'Thow ideology out', The World, 26 May, p. 5
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(1976) 'Kids keep up strike big march planned', The World, 19 May, p. 4
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Bokala, W. (1976) 'Strik school in dreadlock', The World, 20 May
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Molefe, T. (1976) 'This is what lead to the ’76 riots...', The World, 16 June
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(1976) 'Student form new body', The World, 3 August.
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(1976) 'moves over teachers and language coming', New Govt, 27 April
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Nxumalo, C. (1976) 'Language strike continues', The World, 15 June
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(1976) 'Asking too much of our kids', The World, 25 February
Archive Type: Newspaper clippings

From the book: Book 5: People, Places and Apartheid commissioned by The Department of Education By 10:30 on 16 June 1976, thousands of students had gathered in Orlando West to begin a protest...
Author: Phil Bonner
Archive Type: Book chapter

TOMORROW we will commemorate June 16 1976 - the day that saw the start of the Soweto uprising. For almost three decades now, on this day we have remembered the struggle that shaped the generation "1...
Archive Type: Speeches and Public Statements

"Memorandum to the Minister of Bantu Administration and Development and Bantu Education by Soweto Black Community Leaders," written by M. T. Moerane, June 29, 1976 (abridged) .... In actual fact...
Archive Type: Speeches and Public Statements

BROTHERS AND SISTERS: Vorster and his assassins have learnt nothing since Sharpeville. Once again he has called out his murderers to shoot down in cold blood innocent people in the name of preserving...
Archive Type: Pamphlet

DOCUMENT 37. "Black Power--Students Forced to Leave Meeting." Article in Dome (University of Natal), March 27, 1969 Four students of UND [University of Natal-Durban] walked out of a student...
Archive Type: Articles

The landscape of Black political activity in the 1960s was a very different one from that of the previous decade. The apartheid government had shattered the Black resistance movements, in particular...
Archive Type: Articles

  'UNITE! MOBILISE! FIGHT ON! BETWEEN THE ANVIL OF UNITED MASS ACTION AND THE HAMMER OF THE ARMED STRUGGLE WE SHALL CRUSH APARTHEID!' This message was Mandela's call after the...
Archive Type: Speeches and Public Statements

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