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South African Institute of Race Relations (SAIRR), Records

  • ZA HPRA AD3411
  • Fondo
  • 1920S-1980S

Collection of assorted material from the SAIRR Library that spans the period from 1920s to 1980s and includes organisational files such the personnel file of the 3rd director F.J. van Wyk, SAIRR programme files, correspondence, collections of newsletters, journals and pamphlets, press cuttings, photographs as well as some archival documents.

South African Institute of Race Relations (SAIRR)

South African Institute of Race Relations (SAIRR), Press Cuttings, Part A

  • ZA HPRA AD1912A
  • Fondo
  • 1928-1998

List of deferred references:

Acts SEE Legislation.

Afrikaner Weerstand Beweging SEE Rightwing groups.

Aggett, Neil SEE Detention deaths.

Alexandra Township SEE Urban Conditions: Transvaal Relocations.

African Invention SEE ANC.

Amenities (Racial Segregation) SEE also Petty Apartheid.

Anti- Semitism SEE Jewish community.

Apartheid SEE ASLO Amenities, Petty Apartheid, Bus, Beach Zoning.

Armed Struggle SEE ALSO Terrorism.

Bakubung Tribe SEE Removals: Transvaal.

Bantustan SEE Homelands.

Barberton Prison Farm SEE Prisons & Prisoners.

Basutoland SEE Lesotho.

Bathlaping Tribe SEE Removals Western Cape.

Beach Segregation SEE ALSO Apartheid.

Bechuanaland SEE Botswana.

Biko, Steve SEE Detention Deaths.

Bilingualism SEE White Unity.

Bills SEE Legislation.

Bus Boycotts SEE Boycotts.

Bureau of State Security SEE Police.

Cape SEE Urban Conditions.

Cato Manor SEE Urban Conditions.

Census Statistics SEE ALSO Population.

Church of the Province of SA SEE Anglican Church.

Churches (General) SEE ALSO Religion.

Cinderella Prison, Boksburg SEE Prisons.

Committees Drift SEE Removals.

Communism SEE SACP.

Conscientious Objectors SEE ALSO End Conscription Campaign.

Crime SEE ALSO Juvenile Delinquency.

Defence SEE ALSO SADF.

Delinquency SEE Juvenile Delinquency.

Democratic Party, SEE ALSO Progressive Federal Party.

Dimbaza SEE Removals.

Disinvestment SEE Sanctions.

District Six SEE Urban Conditions: Cape.

Drakensberg SEE Urban Conditions: Natal.

Durban Riots: SEE Urban Conditions: Natal.

Durban strikes SEE Strikes: Durban.

East London SEE Urban Conditions.

East Rand SEE Urban Conditions: Transvaal.

Education SEE ALSO Universities.

Emigration SEE Immigration.

End Conscription Campaign SEE ALSO Conscientious Objection.

Entertainment SEE Films.

Evaton SEE Urban Conditions, Vaal Triangle.

Exiles SEE ALSO Refugees.

Fagan Commission SEE Native Commission.

Farm Labour SEE ALSO Labour, Farm.

Farming SEE Agriculture.

Food SEE ALSO Agriculture.

Foreign Relations SEE International Relations.

Franchise SEE ALSO Vote.

Gangs SEE Crime and Juvenile Delinquency.

Health SEE Also Hospitals.

Hitsquads SEE ALSO Violence.

Hospitals SEE ALSO Health.

Housing SEE ALSO Urban Conditions.

Johannesburg SEE Urban Conditions : Transvaal.

Justice SEE ALSO Crime.

Khoi Khoi SEE Anthropology.

Korsten SEE Removal.

Kupugani SEE Feeding schemes.

Labour SEE ALSO Domestic Workers; Employment; Migrant Workers; Strikes; Trade Unions.

Law SEE Justice.

Limehill SEE Removals.

Malnutrition SEE Feeding.

Mamatola Tribe SEE Removals.

Manufacturing SEE Industries.

Media SEE ALSO SABC.

Mkhize, Saul SEE Police: Shootings.

Mombaris, Alex SEE Prisons: Escapes.

Multi-party conference SEE ALSO Negotiations.

Natal SEE Urban Conditions.

National Intelligence Service SEE Police.

Negotiations SEE ALSO Multi-Party.

Newclare SEE Urban Conditions Transvaal.

Orange Free State SEE Urban Conditions.

Penal Reform SEE ALSO Prisons.

Petty Apartheid SEE ALSO Amenities; Apartheid.

POQO SEE Pan African Congress.

Port Elizabeth SEE Urban Conditions.

Pretoria SEE Urban Conditions.

Reconstruction and Development (RDP) SEE ALSO ANC 1995.

Removals SEE ALSO Urban Conditions.

Reserves SEE Homelands.

Resettlements SEE Relocations.

Rhodesia SEE Zimbabwe.

Rivonia Treason Trial SEE Political Trials.

Robben Island SEE Prisons & Prisoners.

Sanctions SEE ALSO Economics (Boycotts).

Schools SEE Education.

Security Police SEE Police.

Separate Development SEE Apartheid.

Sharpeville SEE Violence, 1960.

Slums SEE Housing.

Sophiatown SEE Urban Conditions (Western Areas).

South African Broadcasting (SABC) SEE ALSO Media.

South African Defence Force SEE ALSO Defence.

South African Police SEE Police.

Soweto SEE Urban Conditions.

Spies SEE Police.

Squatters SEE ALSO Housing Relocations.

Stinkwater SEE Relocations.

Strachan, Harold SEE Prisons.

Strikes SEE ALSO Labour.

Traders SEE Black Businessmen.

Trade Unions SEE ALSO Labour.

Transvaal SEE Urban Conditions.

Unemployment SEE Employment.

Urban Conditions SEE ALSO Housing; Provinces; Removals.

Wages SEE ALSO Labour.

Williamson, Craig SEE Police.

Witchdoctor SEE Herbalist.

Witchcraft SEE Tribal customs.

South African Institute of Race Relations (SAIRR)

South African Institute of Race Relations (SAIRR)

  • ZA HPRA AD1715
  • Fondo
  • 1892-1974

This collection comprises an assortment of Rheinhallt Jones and SAIRR papers, and complements and supplements other records of the Institute housed at Wits.

Again the emphasis is on 'Native Affairs' and 'race relations' in the broadest sense, primarily from the mid 1930's to 1950's. Section 5 - 'Administration of Africans' is particularly rich in this respect.

South African Institute of Race Relations (SAIRR)

The State vs Sathasivan Cooper and 8 Others, Trial records

  • ZA HPRA AD1719
  • Fondo
  • 1975-1976

In 1974 SASO/BPC members were arrested for staging Viva Frelimo rallies at Curries Fountain and at Turfloop University, and charged. They were Saths Cooper, Muntu Myeza, Strini Moodley, Patrick ‘Terror’ Lekota, Nchaupe Mokoape, Pandelani Nefolovhodwe, Nkwenkwe Nkomo, Kaborone Sedibe and Zithulele Cindi. Their trial, officially known as 'State vs Cooper and Eight Others', dragged on for 16 months, after which the accused were found guilty and sentenced to five and six-year terms on Robben Island.

Steve Biko appeared as one of the defence witnesses in the trial in May 1976, and his testimony is included in the court records. The records also include 'The Definition of Black Consciousness'.

South African Institute of Race Relations (SAIRR)

Bureau of Literacy and Literature, Records

  • ZA HPRA AD1432
  • Fondo
  • 1945 - 1970

In April 1946 a five-year project was initiated, which aimed at developing materials and techniques for literacy classes for African adults, particularly on the gold mines, using methods developed by Frank Laubach in the Philippines in the 1930s. It was started by the South African Institute of Race Relations, and conducted through a special committee whose members included specialists form government departments, and with finance provided by the Department of Education, The Bantu Welfare Trust, private donors, and the Institute.

The years 1952 1964 were a pre-Bureau period in which work continued, and on the 1 April 1964, the Bureau of Literacy and Literature became an independent voluntary organisation, and was registered as a `non-profit making company'.

The teaching methods were based on Dr Frank Laubach's phonetic alphabet, which he developed in the 1930s in the Phillippines, and which were applicable in different languages, by using the sound of a syllable in association with a familiar picture. He would later be called "apostle of mass literacy".

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