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Activists hide as UDF men held

Bags packed as unionists head back underground.

Two ‘necklace’ verdicts on the same day: Six to hang, three get life

Professor Edward Diener watched the film of the incident and said at a press conference later: "I did not like what I saw..."

Walter Sisulu in surprise call from jail

A message smuggled out of prison from African National Congress leader Walter Sisulu was read out at a June 16 commemoration service this week.

In the footsteps of PW: The Sharpeville Botha didn’t see

Most citizens would be honoured by a surprise visit to their homes by a head of state.

PW Botha: Take me to your leaders

After the ceremony, Botha and his cabinet ministers departed for a tour of Sharpeville where, in a sense, his troubles began 26 years ago.

Twenty-eight years later Sharpeville bleeds again

Sharpeville was sombre this week, with an air of heavy gloom pervading the dusty streets of the tiny Vaal Triangle township.

A Soweto rethink on boycott: Pay for services, but not rents

The Soweto Civic Association has decided that township residents should start paying service charges.

Winnie to help ‘streams of people’

Situated in Soweto's Industrial Park, the Mandela Family's Office has on its letterhead a photograph of Nelson Mandela.

Mbeki rally is planned

Govan Mbeki rally is tentatively planned for November 29.

Ama-Afrika leader on JMC committee

Ama-Afrika, headed by the Reverend Mzwandile Maqina has been involved in numerous violent clashes with resistance organisations

The ailing man who rose from bed to greet his friend

Simon Phakama Mkalipi may not be quoted - like Govan Mbeki, he is a listed communist.

Could Biko, too, have switched camps?

Some ex-colleagues who joined the Freedom Charter camp discuss whether Biko might not have joined them.

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