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Browsing ZK Matthews: B4 Political Articles and Statements by Title

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  • Matthews, Zacharia Keodirelang (2012-08-21)
    Inaugural speech by Z. K. Matthews on his acceptance of the Henry W. Luce Visiting Professorship of World Christianity for the academic year 1952-1953.
  • Matthews, Zacharia Keodirelang (2012-08-21)
    A history of The African National Congress.
  • Matthews, Zacharia Keodirelang (1951-10)
  • Matthews, Zacharia Keodirelang (2012-08-24)
    Prof. Z. K. Matthews discusses the race relations in South Africa. The Bantu aspirations needs to be addressed to ensure the success and prosperity of the whole country.
  • Matthews, Zacharia Keodirelang (1953-05-02)
    Perspectives from the black people in South Africa with regards to the political and racial questions during the early days of apartheid. Dated 2 May 1953.
  • Matthews, Zacharia Keodirelang (2012-08-21)
    A speech on the ongoing struggle in South Africa and the role of the church and ministers in that struggle.
  • Matthews, Zacharia Keodirelang (2012-08-22)
    A document commenting on the importance, nature and history of the African continent in response to literature belittling the significance and role of the continent and its people in the global arena.
  • Matthews, Zacharia Keodirelang (2012-08-22)
    An short overview of the Missionaries and Christianity in South Africa, and the role of the church in the struggle for freedom.
  • Matthews, Zacharia Keodirelang (2012-08-28)
    A discussion of the Tomlinson report. The report had little to say on the rights of Africans, but focussed on the preservation of European rights against the claims of the Africans for similar rights.
  • Matthews, Zacharia Keodirelang (2012-08-21)
    Review of book by E. H. Brookes: The Colour Problems of South Africa, 1940.
  • Matthews, Zacharia Keodirelang (2012-08-13)
    Crime and the African in South Africa. Political articles and statements, 1957 -1967.
  • Matthews, Zacharia Keodirelang (2012-08-23)
    Written during the period 1952-1953, this article covers the theory and practice of apartheid, constituting the political and racial crisis in South Africa.
  • Matthews, Zacharia Keodirelang (2012-08-23)
    Key address delivered at the Emancipation Day festivities at the Peoples Baptist Church in Boston, U.S.A. on January 1, 1953.
  • Matthews, Zacharia Keodirelang (2012-08-28)
    A discussion of the Emergency Regulations of 1960. These proclamations were framed in terms of the Public Safety Act No. 3 of 1953 which was passed to deal with the Campaign of Defence of Unjust Laws in 1952.
  • Matthews, Zacharia Keodirelang (2012-08-23)
    Speech delivered at a meeting of the India League of America to commemorate the birthday of Mahatma Gandhi. (1952-53)
  • Matthews, Zacharia Keodirelang (2012-06-04)
    A historical survey of the position of Non-Europeans in the political environment of South Africa during the latter half of the 19th century and the first half of the 20th century.
  • Unknown author (2012-08-23)
    This paper deals with the I. C. U. (The Industrial and Commercial Workers Union) and the leadership of Clements Kadalie. At the time the I.C.U. was the most successful workers union with a claimed membership of 100 000.
  • Unknown author (School of International Affairs, Columbia University., 1953)
    This entire issue (vol. 7, no. 2, 1953) of the 'Journal of International Affairs' is dedicated to articles on the increasing significance of Africa south of the Sahara to the contemporary international scene. Prof. ZK ...
  • Unknown author (2012-08-22)
    A memorandum for the commission on penal and prison reform, in which the treatment of Africans as opposed to Europeans is questioned. Includes comments and suggestions to improve the system and to simplify the laws.
  • Matthews, Zacharia Keodirelang (2012-09-03)
    A discussion of the multi-racial issues in South Africa. The political arrangements by the government did nothing to secure freedom and security for any of the groups in South Africa. Dated September 1957.

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