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Fighting Talk

Fighting Talk was initially a publication of the Springbok Legion of ex-servicemen and women, until in February 1954 when the "Fighting Talk Committee", in Johannesburg, took over the responsibility for publishing.

Forward from April 14: Lessons of the "stay-away"
Forward with the people's paper
Fragmentation of the Black resistance
Frank Talk

Frank Talk, first published in March 1984, as the official publication of the Natal Region of AZAPO, the Azanian Peoples Organisation, was later published by an Editorial Collective, structured as an independent body corporate, but committed to a theoretical vision of a Black Consciousness ideolo

From Protest to Action
From the beginning life is hard in Southern Africa
Inkatha and KwaZulu: blocking the grand apartheid plan - a history of the struggle
Inside Afro-America

We hear less of BaAfro-America and world struggle.

Inside Afro-America

Black liberation for what?

Interacting factors in South Africa's urban crisis
International solidarity and action will bring our struggle to victory
Interview: Hassim on APDUSA
Interview: Ruth Mompati
Introduction to the National Security Management System: Paper Presented at National Conference 1987

Introduction to the National Security Management System: Paper Presented at National Conference on 13 March 1987 discussing State Security Council, Information scandal, propaganda, militarisation, structure of National Security management.

Introduction:This is a record of some of the main events...

An illustrated record of some of the main events that NUSUS initiated, or was involved in, during 1981

Join the struggle, its ours' - Cissie Gool
June 16 Memorial service: a theological rationale and a call to prayer for the end to unjust rule

Pamphlet for the 10 year commemorative June 16 Memorial Service. This pamphlet consists of songs including Nkosi sikekela i-Africa, prayers and sermons.

Land: 'Trekpass' says: Pack Up and Go
Letter from Bernhard Dorothee and Margaret to Phyllis Naidoo

Only two days after I wrote the enclosed letter.


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