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    • Valdezia Bulletin. Vol. IV, no. 30

    • Northern Transvaal District Association; Teachers, Black -- South Africa -- Limpopo; School children -- South Africa -- Limpopo -- Social life and customs ; Teacher-student relationships -- South Africa -- Limpopo; Effective teaching -- South...
    • The Valdezia Bulletin, vol. IV, no. 30. Articles about inter alia Mr. T. Kuhne's address to teachers at a branch meeting and the Northern Transvaal District Associations. Parts of the publication not in English.
    • Political comment : And so go ""men of moderation"".

    • Prof. Z. K. Matthews;National Union of South African Students;Native education;Fort Hare;Lovedale Theological School;Union Government;T. B. Davie Memorial Lecture;Rhodes University;Passport issues;Treason Trial;Royal Commission on African Education...
    • Stanley Uys comments on the political conditions in South Africa in the 1950's and 60's. He comments on the manner in which Prof. Z. K. Matthews is treated by the police and Special Branch detectives. Dated 1961.
    • Letter from Prof. Z. K. Matthews to M. B. Kossew.

    • African Horizon insurance company; Directorships; African National Congress; Vogel; ANC New Brighton branch; ANC circulars; Port Elizabeth
    • Prof. Matthews reports on issues experienced at the Port Elizabeth branch of the African Horizon Insurance Co., involving dismissals, propaganda and some concerns by the ANC. Dated 21 July 1958.
    • South Africa: who provoked the riots?

    • Apartheid; Malan government; State of emergency laws; Nationalists; Defiance campaign; Special political branch of the Criminal Investigation Department; Police killings; Riots; C. R. Swart; Police violence; African National Congress; East London;...
    • Commentary on the riots following a campaign of passive resistance to apartheid laws in 1952 and the so-called 'emergency' and 'whipping-post' laws introduced there-after by Justice Minister C. R. Swart.

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