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    • Letter from J. G. Matthews to Prof. Z. K. Matthews

    • African National Congress; South African Indian Congress; Franchise Action Council; Communism; Volunteers; Mandela; Njongwe; A. A. C.; Frieda Matthews; Walter Sisulu
    • Bakwe Matthews writes to his father, Prof. Z. K. Matthews, updating him with news on his mother, Frieda Matthews, and about the political situation in South Africa. Dated 5 August 1952.
    • Letter from J. G. Matthews to Prof. Z. K. Matthews

    • National Action Committee; U. P. Torch Commando; Democratic Party; Defiance of unjust laws; Yusuf Cachalia; W. Sisulu; Political prisoners; Defiance campaign; Political review; Nelson Mandela
    • Bakwe Matthews writes to his father, Prof. Z. K. Matthews, giving him a weekly review of the political situation in South Africa. Dated ca. 28 June 1952.
    • Letter to W. M. Sisulu.

    • Trial; Apartheid policy of the Union Government; United Nations; Discrimination; Liberian delegate; African National Congress; Joint Action Council; U.N. Ad Hoc Committee; Trygvie Lie; Riots; Loss of lives; National Resistance Fund
    • Letter to W. M. Sisulu, 16 November 1952.
    • Treason Trials Defence Fund : press summary no. 16.

    • Principle of non-violence; S.A. Peace Council; S.A. Congress of Trade Unions; South Africa at the crossroads; Women's Federation; 1949 Programme of Action; Freedom Charter; Nelson Mandela; Defiance Campaign; Fighting Talk; Western Areas Removal...
    • The sixteenth issue of a regular bulletin giving a factual resume of the proceedings of the Treason Trial. Period covered 31 August - 18 September 1959.
    • Letter to Prof. Z. K. Matthews.

    • Resignation from Fort Hare; Letter of sympathy; Scholarships for Africans; London; Christian Action; Financial assistance; John Knox Matthews
    • Letter to Prof. Matthews discussing the difficulties after the resignation from the University of Fort Hare and the financial burden of John Knox Matthews' studies in London. Dated 12 November 1959. (Signature unreadable).
    • Letter from Q. Whyte to Z. K. Matthews.

    • University Apartheid; South African Institute of Race Relations; Edgar Brookes; Leo Marquard; Student protest
    • Correspondence between Quintin Whyte, the Director of the South African Institute of Race Relations, and Prof. Z. K. Matthews on university apartheid and united student protest action. Dated 16 October 1956.
    • Letter from Janet Durall to Sandy Grant.

    • Church World Service;James MacCracken;Jan S.F. van Hoogstraten;Kgatleng Projects;Work for food projects;Ecumenical Program for Emergency Action in Africa;EPEAA;Cooperative marketing and cattle improvement project
    • Letter from Janet Durall, secretary to Jan S. F. van Hoogstraten to Mr. Sandy Grant regarding the Kgatleng projects.
    • Unskilled labour for mining : 1901 - 1907.

    • The South African War of 1895 to 1901; Gold mining; Native labour; Labour policy of the Chamber of Mines; South African Customs Conference of 1903; Problem of poor whites; Mining industry; Unskilled African labour; White labour policy; Post-Union...
    • Lecture notes by Prof. Z. K. Matthews about unskilled labour for mining from 1901 to 1907.
    • Adultery.

    • Bantu adultery; Proof of adultery; Native law; Tribal customs; Admission of adultery; Proof of marriage or valid union; Lobola; Christian and customary wives; Divorced women; Claim for damages; Responsibility of the father of the wife; Bar to...
    • Fort Hare lecture notes by Prof. Z. K. Matthews regarding adultery and native law.
    • ""Fight on"" call at Fort Hare.

    • Fort Hare University College; Prof. Z. K. Matthews; Liberal Party; Mr. J. M. Majola; Prof. Nyembezl
    • Newspaper article published in the Daily News about the final assebly at Fort Hare University College, Prof. Z. K. Matthews' resignation and the assistance of the Liberal Party to Fort Hare staff who have suffered as a consequence of the...
    • Treason trial : Maisels asks for clarity.

    • Treason trial; Apartheid; Israel Aaron Maisels QC; Federation of South African Women; National Action Council; Congress of the People; Justice F.L. Rumpff
    • Mr. Maisels (leader of the defence team) argues that the Crown had created an overly complicated indictment with the way it was formulated. Article in Pretoria News, 13 August 1958.

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