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Title

SASPU National Volume 7 Number 2 April/May 1986

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Publisher SASPU

Date 1986-04-00
Resource type Journal issues
Language English
Keywords
Coverage SOUTH AFRICA

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Extent 24 page(s)
Description
Articles Apartheid loses control as civil war continues
UDF president dies in detention
Nchabeleng combatant and patriot
Sabata's death shatters Mandela
Transvaal UDF condemns repression against its people
Mass action planned in education
UWO and Women's Front form Cape Town's UWCO
Turfloop mourns student
Nusas to report back to students
A nationwide demand: UDF says "unban ANC"
Lebowa: a call to organise every person
Youth, workers are working together
Renegades' reign of terror is challenged
Villages are uniting
'Isolating' SAP violence
All-out war in Seshego
Middleburg remembers March 21
Kwathema stays away
Stuyco organising the community
Tension in Ikageng
"Like a war..."
Border UDF plans its year
Bop police wage war in Winterveld
Tribute to 7 'heroes' at funeral
Alexandra is busy re-organising itself
Haggi workers fight and win
Solidarity with US workers
A Freestate foothold for SAAWU
Employers' force breaks sit-in
No freedom in this meat Enterprise
NUM goes underground
Mine turmoil
Workers rallies launch two new Cosatu regions
Vaal residents force OVBD rent concession
Street committees behind successful stayaway
Viljoenskroen residents ask for answers
Release Mpetha
Editorial
Full state funeral for exiled Mabhida
Who's winning the power battle - the rulers or the ruled?
A people's education
Educating to build democracy
Students oust principal
Etrasco in control in East Cape schools
Mdantsane students not intimidated
Tight structures make SOSCO strong
Trasco calls for joint campaigns
CEC in PE controls schools their way: the democratic way
Natal students moving towards tighter co-ordination
KwaZulu don't want Cosatu
Community unity in Sibongile
Consumer ban lifted as leaders take note of community demands
Stronger than ever in Uitenhage
Planning their own future in Langa
The economic crisis continues
Death comes in gangs
'Vilgilante violence illegitimate'
The war is not going to stop MPLA's progress
Unita are the losers in a 20 year war
Welcoming Savimbi with an open purse - Angolan rebel movement leader returns from US tour
Detention is a lasting trauma
Mandela - the man no prison can silence
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