1. Wosa on the 1997 Conference for Socialism | Audio and Video
  2. Tributes pour in for Neville Alexander
  3. Tribute to Neville Alexander
  4. Three Essays on Namibian History by Neville Alexander | Book chapter
  5. The Potential Role of Translation as Social Practice for the Intellectualisation of African Languages
  6. The Impact of hedgemony of English on access to and quality of education with special reference to South Africa
  7. The African Renaissance and the Use of African Languages in Tertiary Education | Book chapter
  8. Sow the Wind - Contemporary Speeches by Neville Alexander | Book chapter
  9. South Africa: An unfinished Revolution? | Speeches and Public Statements
  10. Some are more Equal than Others by Neville Alexander | Book chapter
  11. Robben Island Prison Dossier 1964 - 1974 by Neville Alexander | Book chapter
  12. Review of Neville Alexander’s Book: “One Azania One Nation” by I.B.Tabata, 14 March 1980 | Book Review
  13. Reminiscences of the Arrest of Fikile Bam & Marcus Solomon in 1963 by Roseinnes Phahle, August 2019 | Article
  14. Remembering Neville Alexander by Khadija Patel
  15. Racial Identity | Speeches and Public Statements
  16. One Azania One Nation by Neville Alexander | Book chapter
  17. Neville Alexander: The Spirit of Freedom: South African Leaders on Religion and Politics by Charles Villa-Vicencio | Book chapter
  18. Neville Alexander interviewed by Rupert Taylor and Adam Habib,25 April 1998, Cape Town
  19. Neville Alexander and South Africa’s New Left, c. 1957–1964 by Allison Drew | Article
  20. Media report: Neville Alexander
  21. Language Policy and National Unity in South Africa by Neville Alexander | Book chapter
  22. Isibophezelo Senhlangano Yamakhomanisi (The Communist Manifesto translated into Zulu by Brian Ramadiro ) | Official Document - Policy documents
  23. Interview with Neville Alexander on public broadcasting service of the United States, in a series of interviews about Nelson Mandela | Interviews
  24. How an Ethiopian slave became a South African teacher by Sandra Rowoldt Shell
  25. Evolving African Approaches to the Management of Linguistic Diversity
  26. English Unassailable but Unattainable | Book chapter
  27. Education and the Struggle for the National Liberation of South Africa by Neville Alexander | Book chapter
  28. Afrikaans as a Language of Reconciliation, Restitution and Nation Building
  29. African History and the Struggle to Decolonise Africa, (Evening Post), 1980 | Article
  30. 100 Years of the African National Congress by Neville Alexander | Article