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Security Forces 1
Sedition Act 1
Self-help 1
Sentencing 8
Separate Amenities 1
Separate Representation of Voters Act 2
September 11 1
Shared interest 1
Sharpeville Massacre
  • Confrontation in the township of Sharpeville, Gauteng Province. On 21 March 1960, sixty-nine unarmed anti-pass protesters were shot dead by police and over 180 were injured. The PAC organised demonstration attracted between 5,000 and 7,000 protesters. This day is now commemorated annually in South Africa as a public holiday: Human Rights Day.
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Sheild Ceremony 1
Signed Bill of Rights 1
Silicosis 1
Silverton Nine 0
Silverton Siege 0
Slave trade 1
Sobhuza v. Allister Miller and Others 0
Soccer 4
Soccer Unity talks 1
Social Cohesion 1
Social development 5
Social justice 1
Socialism 1
Solidarity 10
Solitary Confinement 3
Songs 1
South Africa Act 1
South Africa Race relations 1
South African General Elections, 1984 0
South African General Elections, 1989 0
South African Native Affairs Commission 1
South African Referendum, 1983 0
South African general elections 21
Soweto Uprising 2
Spanish Civil War 1
Special Olympics 1
Speeches 10
Spirituality 51
Sports 119
Sports dedicated to Mandela 45
Springfield Darbar's 85th anniversary 1
Squares named after Mandela 18
Squatters Law Act 1
State case 1
State of Emergency, 1960 2
State visits 26
State witnesses 1
Statement 216
Statement from the Dock 1
Statistics 1
Stay at home 1
Streets named after Mandela 135
Strikes 2
Struggle 64
Studies 1
Suppression of Communism Act, No. 44, 1950
  • Act passed 26 June 1950, in which the state banned the SACP and any activities it deemed communist, defining ‘communism’ in such broad terms that anyone protesting against apartheid would be in breach of the act.
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Suspension of talks with government 1
Sutherland 1
Swedish General Elections, 1982 0
Tax 1
Technology 9
Telecommunications 1
Terror 1
Terrorism 3
Terrorism Act 3
Testimony 1
The Brothers Karamazov 1
The Bulletin 1
The Depression 1
The Great Invasion 0
The Holocaust 0
The Naked Society 0
The Role of Police in the Violence 1
Third Force 1
Toast 73
Tomorrow's Sun 0
Tongaat Conference 0
Torture 2
Total Onslaught 1
Tourism 12
Townships 2
Trade Unions 6
Trade and Development 1
Trade and Investment 3
Trade union organisation: international 5
Trade union organisation: local 2
Trade union organisation: national 6
Trade union people: national 1
Traditional celebrations 2
Traditional leaders 2
Traditional music 3
Tragedy 1
Transformation 11
Transfrontier National Parks 1
Transition 65
Transport 1
Transvaal Law No. 4 of 1885 1
Travel 25
Treason Trial, 1956–1961

Use for: Treason Trial (State vs F Adams and Others)

  • The Treason Trial was the apartheid government’s attempt to quell the power of the Congress Alliance. In early morning raids on 5 December 1956, 156 individuals were arrested and charged with high treason. By the end of the trial in March 1961 all the accused either had the charges withdrawn or, in the case of the last twenty-eight accused including Mandela, were acquitted.
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Treatment 1
Treaty of Vereeniging 1
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