|"Only worker unity will safeguard S A`s future"|
|"Strive to build a strong working class movement"|
"Unity" - Edmund Mseleku
African Art Centre, 1989.
|"We must build a real worker movement"|
|"We should not allow the South African Government..."|
|"What is to be done?"|
|"You will see a Black president of SA...": nothing more important than Black unity|
|'Unity should be the watchword of the union movement'|
|'We are ready to go in' - FCWU|
|A brief general statement on the political situation in South Africa||
Statement by the ANC National Executive Committee on the current political situation in South Africa, as examined by the meeting of the ANC National Executive Committee in Zambia, August 27-31 in 1971. Calls for unity and united action for the seizure of power.
|A call for Unity||
A call for Unity by the Unity Movement of South Africa. Calls for all South African liberation movements to present a united front against oppression.
|A clarion call for unity|
|A united federation: An important key|
|Africa's path in history|
|African and Indian in Durban|
|Azikhwelwa, to all Form 3 Students||
Circular, issued by Soweto Students Representative Council, in English and Sotho, asks students to return to school to write their examination and calls for continued community support for national liberation
|Black communalism seen through labour perspectives||
A paper presented at the Mafeking Seminar discussing Black communalism as a way of life. The South African labour system is complex and based on separate development. A case is made for trade union unity based on Black Consciousness principles.
|Black Peoples Convention||
A flyer published in Zulu by the Black Peoples Convention urging unity and solidarity of its members. The flyer is accompanied by a handwritten draft in English and a translation from the Zulu version by the Control Interpreter, Magistrate's Office in Durban.
|Black unity: the crucial factor|