|South African Church leaders confront the Sstate||
On Monday 29 February 1988, 125 clergy assembled at Cape Town's Anglican Cathedral and after a brief service set out on the short walk to Parliament to present a petition of protest.
|Southern Africa: the big question-mark for the OAU||
This challenging statement on the question of territorial and organizational unity in Southern Africa is long overdue for public debate.
|Soweto Student Representative Council: Black people let us unite||
Circular calling for unity amongst the Black people in their struggle for national liberation
|Stand by our leaders!|
|Standing for the truth: the mission of the Church||
Policy document issued by Standing for the Truth Committe about Christians and the defiance campaign against apartheid.
|Statement of the National Executive Committee of the African National Congress on the occasion of the 70th Anniversary of the formation of the African National Congress||
Statement of the National Executive Committee of the African National Congress on the occasion ofthe 70th Anniversary of the formation of the African National Congress. Looks back over seven decades of struggle by the ANC for liberation of South Africa.
|Straight talk ... a growing terror web|
|Straight talk ... no turning back|
|Straight talk ... There`s a pattern here|
|Strive for world communist unity: A state by the Central Committee of the South African Communist Party|
|The Brazzaville twelve|
|The Cape Town Meat Strike|
|The Great Debate: Unity, Diversity and Race in South Africa|
|The importance of workers' organisations|
|The New African: Volume 4, Number 8, October 1965|
|The New African: Volume 5, Number 2, March 1966|
|The open wound of Black disunity|
|The people will triumph!|
|The problem of unity||
Speech by I B Tabata about unity among African States.