|Letter from Desmond Tutu to P W Botha A letter to Pretoria||
Open letter from Archbishop Desmond Tutu to PW Botha, excerpted as "A letter to Pretoria" in a briefing paper by the Amercian Committee on Africa, 1989.
|Message to the churches||
Letter of protest about the detention of Rev John Thorne on May 24, 1980, for no given reason or preferred charge.
|Debate: working class culture and popular struggle|
|Review: the struggle for South Africa|
|Open letter to Archbishop Hurley, President of the Catholic Bishops Conference||
Journal article containing an open letter to Archbishop Hurley, President of the Catholic Bishops Conference from five priests with response from Father Buti Tlhagle June 26, 1984.
|Non violence news||
This is a journal article about the review of the cases of Charles Yeats and Mark Viveiros.
|The root of the matter: Black liberals?||
An article calling for a united Black front to bring about political change in South Africa
|3 years of united action|
|Soweto student speaks out: interview with Nkosazana Dlamini||
Nkosozana Dlamini, vice-president of SASO, and member of the ANC, was in her fifth year of medical school when the June 16th uprising began. She was torn between finishing her medical training to become a doctor or continue abroad with political activity against the apartheid government.
|Soweto - era of mass struggles begin|
|Women in focus|
|Fighting for peace|
|We cannot be silenced|
|Theatre born out of struggle|
|Join the struggle, its ours' - Cissie Gool|
|Passing on the message|
|Forward with the people's paper|
|Worker and student militancy|
|Municipal workers march|
|Don`t Vote: as elections creep nearer FOSATU goes door to door urging people not to vote||
Thousands of homes in the Eastern Cape have been visited by FOSATU organisers and shop stewards as the federation steps up its campaign to urge so-called coloured and Indian workers to not vote on August 22 and 28