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  • Unknown author (1958-08-15)
    Newspaper article about the 91 accused treason trialists having been told to base their defence on the evidence given at the preparatory examination in the light of the summary given at the indictment.
  • Unknown author (1949-10-24)
    Article published in the Eastern Province Herald about an African view on Native policy, with reference to an article by Prof. Z. K. Matthews published in Race Relations.
  • Unknown author (1960-10-06)
    Professor Z. K. Matthews, the last witness to be called by the defence, gives evidence at the treason trial. (Daily Dispatch, 6 October 1960.)
  • Unknown author (1949-07-16)
    Article published in the Inkundla Ya Bantu about the elections of the African National Congress (Cape) during which Prof. Z. K. Matthews was elected as president in the place of Rev. James A. Calata.
  • Nomnganga, N. (1949-11-12)
    Article by N. Nomganga, published in the Inkundla Ya Bantu, in response to a letter in the Inkundla of 29 October 1949 by J. G. Matthews about the Native Representative Council and the African National Congress.
  • Unknown author (1959-11-25)
    The sentences and convictions of 108 Native women for "a breach of peace" in the Tugela Ferry Magistrate's Court on October 28 have been set aside by Mr. Justice Caney and Mr. Justice Fannin in the Supreme court, Maritzburg.
  • Unknown author (1958)
    Report on the Treason Trail and Mr. Pirow's argument that the Crown relied only on proof of conspiracy. (Dated 29 September 1958?)
  • Unknown author (1961)
    Prof. Matthews addresses an informal multi-racial gathering and urges them to keep fighting for the right to be full citizens of South Africa. He mentions his new position in Ghana as African secretary of the World Council ...
  • Unknown author (1957-03-06)
    Article published in Indian Views about racial discrimination in the respect of the conditions of prison cells and food and bedding, with reference to the experiences of the treason trial prisoners.
  • Ross, Albion (1953-01-28)
    Article by A. Ross, published in the New York Times, about recent legislation drafted by the Nationalist Party, empowering Prime Minister D. F. Malan to rule dictatorially by suspending existing law.
  • Unknown author (1953-02-03)
    Article published in the New York Times about recently drafted legislation barring any protests being branded as "whipping post law".
  • Unknown (1958-08-13)
    Mr. I. A. Maisels attacks the Crown's arguments in the main charge in the Treason Trial.
  • Unknown author (1947-05-09)
    Newspaper clipping from the Cape Argus. Article about the Native Representative Council's response to Native policy proposals made by Prime Minister Smuts.
  • Unknown author (1937-04-06)
    Newspaper clippings from the Daily Dispatch newspaper. Articles about Natives in urban areas, an alleged murder of a storekeeper and Natal Natives' response to Native Bills.
  • Unknown author (1935-01)
    Report on the official installation of Albert John Luthuli, as Chief of the Abasema Kolweni community.
  • Unknown author (1959)
    A newspaper clipping on the resumption of the Treason Trial after the indictment against 61 accused was quashed by the special court on April 20, 1959.
  • Matthews, Joseph Gaobakwe (1949-10-29)
    Article by J. G. Matthews, published in the Inkundla Ya Bantu, about the reluctance of NRC members to resign and the criticism by renegade agents of the African National Congress.
  • Unknown author (1958-08-21)
    Mr. Oswald Pirow, Q. C., (leader of the Crown team of counsel) applies to amend the indictment. He outlines the view of what course the Court could take in considering the application by the defence for the charges to be ...
  • Unknown author (1960)
    Professor Matthews, former vice-principal of Fort Hare, and the last witness to be called by the defence, continued his evidence at the treason trial under cross-examination by Mr G. Hoexter, for the Crown. Dated 6 October 1960(?)
  • Unknown author (1948-04-28)
    The article comments on Prof. Matthews' remarks in condemnation of the boycott of South African products. Dated 28 April 1948.

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