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Emilia Potenza Collection

  • ZA SAHA AL2956
  • collection
  • 1977 - 1991

The collection documents Emilia Potenza's active role in NEUSA and includes correspondence, reports, newsletters, pamphlets, speeches, journals, minutes of meetings, press releases, articles and newspaper clippings. Postcards and stickers have been placed in the Ephemera Collection (AL2540) and the posters in the Poster Collection (AL2446).

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Lucia Raadschelders Collection

  • ZA SAHA AL2948
  • collection
  • 1971 - 1994

This collection consists of books, audio/video tapes, photographs, long player records and T-shirts, all related to various solidarity movements for which Lucia Raadschelders worked.

The collection summarises the activities in which Raadschelders was involved during the years that she spent as an anti-apartheid activist, in Holland and in the Southern Africa Sub-region. These concern in particular, the things that she witnessed.

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Stan Winer Collection

  • ZA SAHA AL2947
  • collection
  • 1981 - 2000

The collection includes a manuscript written by Winer dealing with south African covert operations. This work proposes that the human rights records of the former South African regime should not be judged in isolation of the Cold War, and the Western Society of nations, of which South Africa was a part. Newspaper clippings relating to South African state-sponsored death squads , train violence, and other covert actions perpetrated by the South African government compliment the collection. Another series worth noting is the documentation relating to civil litigation by Stan Winer and others in the British High Court, concerning the defamatory book "Inside BOSS" (Penguin: London, 1981) by Gordon Winter, a self-styled defector from the bureau of State Security. This series includes primary and photocopied documents dealing with "Inside BOSS", together with photographs from the Dutch edition and a comprehensive collection of newspaper clippings concerning the case.

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Jean Du Plessis Collection

  • ZA SAHA AL2946
  • collection
  • 1981 -1982

This three-item collection includes one copy of 'Feel Free', a report of an enquiry of a commission into 'Feel Free', as well as correspondence expressing dismay and surprise at the banning of this publication.

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Morice Smithers Collection

  • ZA SAHA AL2939
  • collection
  • 1979 - 1991

The collection of posters that Morice Smithers donated for the publication of "Images of Defiance: South African Resistance Posters of the 1980s" can be found in AL2446. Ephemera donated by Smithers (t-shirts, stickers and badges) can be found in AL2540.

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Dawie Bosch Collection

  • ZA SAHA AL2934
  • collection
  • 1983-1998

Compiled by Dawie Bosch, a lawyer, this collection consists of three discrete archives groups. These groups document the process of formulating the Extension of Security of Tenure Act (ESTA) and the legal battle for restitution of expropriated land by the Makuleke community. A collection of newspaper clippings and pamphlets, published in the wake of the announcement of the Tricameral Parliament forms the third group.

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1981 Detainees Oral History Project

  • ZA SAHA AL2933
  • collection
  • 2002-2003

The South African History Archive (SAHA) and Historical Papers were approached by thirty seven people, who were imprisoned on 22 September 1981 and detained for anything from fourteen days to just under one year, to document and preserve their stories. The interviewees are: Cedric de Beer, Hannchen Koornhof, Maurice Smithers, Prema Naidoo, Norman Manoim, Caroline Cullinan, Emma Mashinini, Merle Favis, Pravin Gordhan, Audrey Coleman, Gavin Anderson, Barbara Klugman, Cedric Maysom, Kathy Satchwell, Alan Fine, Monty Narsoo and Joanne Yawitch. A number of the detainees (Rob Adam, Barbara Hogan, Alan Fine, Hannchen Koornhof, Prema Naidoo and Shireesh Nanabhai) went on trial and, in the case of Hogan and Adam, were jailed until the release of political prisoners in 1990. Neil Aggett died while in detention. Whilst other people were detained during this period, the detainees listed here were picked for their links to one another.

South African History Archive

Sally Sealey TRC Collection

  • ZA SAHA AL2924
  • collection
  • 1960 - 1994

Sally Sealey came to South Africa in the late 1960s, and got involved in student politics in the early 1980s. During her stay, she came into contact with the residents of Thokoza and adjacent townships. This area was the epicenter of violence in Gauteng, with a recorded 3500 murders in the first three and half years of the 1990s. She worked very closely with Self-Defence Units (SDUs) in the area. So she could speak as a good authority on matters of human rights violations especially in the Thokoza area, having been involved in the daily life of the people there.

With the formation of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC), she became a member attached to the Johannesburg Regional Office's Investigative Unit. Specifically she adopted a defendants' position, helping some of the suspects to apply for amnesty. She was the main external link in applying for amnesty for suspects who had formerly been members of the SDUs unit in the East Rand. She encouraged and helped the suspects to fill in Amnesty applications.

As a result of her experience, this collection includes unique records regarding the processes and information generated during the proceedings of the TRC.

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Chemical and Biological Warfare (CBW) Project Collection

  • ZA SAHA AL2922
  • collection
  • 1968-2002

Chandre Gould was the project's sole researcher. This collection comprises a complete set of the research records generated or acquired by her. The set in the form of photocopies, was donated to SAHA by the Centre for Conflict Resolution (CCR) through Chandre Gould in February 2002. CCR organisational records related to the project are not part of the collection. CCR intends to publish a selection of the Project Coast material on the website of the International Security Network (Zurich).

Gould is a freelance researcher, and was contracted to the CCR at the time of the donation. She was an investigator with the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) from 1996 to 1999, with responsibility for the Commission's CBW investigation. Much of her TRC documentation was copied and brought into the project with TRC permission (see A1).

Project Coast documentation is numbered CBW1 - CBW144(gaps in these numbers do not reflect gaps in the documentation,rather problems with the original numbering system) Many of the Project Coast documents are in Afrikaans - Gould had these translated into English, and the translations are included with the documents.

The Wouter Basson trial was monitored by Marlene Burger. She contributed substantially to the collection of materials on the trial.

For more background information on the apartheid state's CBW programme Researchers are referred to two books published by Gould - South Africa's Apartheid Chemical and Biological Warfare Programme(with Peter Folb), and Secrets and Lies (with Marlene Burger).

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Jean De La Harpe Collection

  • ZA SAHA AL2921
  • collection
  • 1983 - 1994

The collection includes publications, pamphlets, posters, flyers, booklets, tapes, videocassettes, and proposals for voter education.

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