|Albert Lutuli's Interview with Drum, Johannesburg, January 19551|
|POLITICAL DETENTION REMEMBERED|
|Racism in South Africa|
Apartheid established, 1948-1960
New factories, new workers*
|Apartheid established 1948-1960|
|MEMORANDUM ON THE PASS LAWS AND THE ISSUING OF REFERENCE BOOKS TO AFRICAN WOMEN SUBMITTED BY THE FEDERATION OF SOUTH AFRICAN WOMEN TO THE NO EUROPEAN COMMITTEE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF JOHANNESBURG|
|Apartheid Group Areas Act||
Transition - 1990-1994
The Pass Laws Act of 1952 required black South Africans over the age of 16 to carry a pass book, known as a dompas, everywhere and at all times. The dompas ...
|Pass to Indians||
In South Africa, pass laws were a form of internal passport system designed to segregate the ...
|Transvaal Asiatic Registration Certificate||
Under the act, every Asian man, woman or child of eight years or upwards, entitled to reside in the Transvaal, was required to register his or her name with the ...
|Civil Rights League Newsletter Vol 33 No.4 December 1986|
|Civil Rights News Letter, Vol. XXIV No.3 Issued 4 April 1977|
|Civil Rights News Letter, Vol. XIII No. 9 Issued 8 November 1966|
|NEW AGE 1954-1963||
New Age, newspaper and its' predecessors, The Guardian; Advance were founded by trade unionists, academics and and was known as a leftist publication. New Age was linked to the African National Congress and its' leadership.
|Black Sash / Sash||
Sash, originally published as Black Sash, is a detailed record of the activities of the Black Sash organisation: the petitions, protests, marches, vigils, press releases and Conference papers which reflect the modus operandi of their desire to bring about change in the legislation which was, in t
|1987, the year of the Krimpvark, the cougar of the rooibok? presidential Address to the Black Sash National Conference held at Cape Town, 1987||
Opening Address by National President Mary Burton at National Conference held at Cape Town on 12 March 1987, discussing: State of Emergency, detentions, conditions of prisons, pass laws, restoration of South African citizenship, education.
|Twenty years of our lives: Opening Address presented at the Black Sash National Conference in Cape Town||
Twenty years of our lives: Opening Address presented at the Black Sash National Conference in Cape Town on 10 March 1975.
|Some Notes on the British Connection|
|A Hundred Years in Opposition|