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Subjects term Scope note Archival description count People and Organisations count
Zionism 1 0
Zimbabwe General Election, 1980 0 0
Youth training 1 0
Youth 143 0
Young Adults 4 0
Xenophobia 23 0
World War 2 3 0
World War 1 2 0
World statesman 1 0
World Peace 3 0
World Cup 0 0
World Aids Day 3 0
Workmen's Compensation Act 0 0
Workers 1 0
Worker rights 1 0
Women's organisation: national 1 0
Women's organisation: local 2 0
Women’s March, 1956 0 0
Women Legal Practitioners Act 1 0
Women 17 0
Wine 1 0
Williams and Adendorff v. Johannesburg Municipality 1 0
White Supremacy 0 0
White fears 1 0
White Boy Running 1 0
Wedding 1 0
Wealth 1 0
Water 2 0
War 3 0
Wages Act 1 0
Voters' Representation Act 0 0
Voter education 1 0
Voortrekkers
  • White, mainly Dutch-speaking, farmers, tradesmen and squatters who in the 1830s migrated inland and into Natal from from the British-ruled Cape colony, and established the white republics of the Transvaal and Orange Free State. Voortrekkers translates to pioneers.
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Volkstaat 0 0
Virodene 0 0
Violence 76 0
Violation 2 0
Veterans 5 0
Verdicts 2 0
Various 1 0
Van Boom v. Visser 1 0
Values 0 0
Valued contribution 1 0
Vaccine 1 0
Urdu 0 0
Urban Bantu Councils
  • The Urban Bantu Councils were part of the apartheid system. They were established outside the bantustans in areas where Africans were denied rights beyond election to the councils. They were assigned limited administrative duties but deprived of sustainable income as ‘African’ areas had little taxable economic activity. Boycott of council elections sustained over many years and hostility from communities rendered them ineffective.
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Unlawful Organisations Bill 1 0
Unlawful Organisations Act 0 0
Unknown awards 1 0
University studies 2 0
Universities named after Mandela 56 0
Universities 2 0
Unity 8 0
United States of Africa 0 0
United States General Elections 1980 0 0
United Kingdom Labour Leadership Election 1980 0 0
Unions 2 0
Union of South Africa Act (1910) 0 0
Unemployment 0 0
Underground years 1 0
Underground 3 0
UN Special Session for Children, 2002 1 0
Umxhaxha 1 0
Umsila wenkomo 1 0
Umsebenzi 1 0
Umqa wekhaphetshu 1 0
Umphokoqo 1 0
Umnqusho 1 0
Umleqwa 1 0
Umkhuphu 1 0
Umkhonto We Sizwe 7 0
Umhluzi 1 0
Umfino 1 0
Umbhako 1 0
Umabatha 1 0
Ulusu 1 0
Uganda General Elections, 1980 0 0
Tyranny 1 0
Tuberculosis 2 0
Tswana 0 0
Tshakalaka 1 0
Truth and Reconciliation Commission 2 0
Trust Feeds Massacre 0 0
Trotskyists 1 0
Tributes from Civil Society and Business (2) 21 0
Tributes from business 48 0
Tributes 199 0
Trials 46 0
Trial of the 22 1 0
Trespass Act 1 0
Trek4Mandela 8 0
Treaty of Vereeniging 1 0
Treaty of Amiens (1803) 1 0
Treatment 1 0
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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Travel 25 0
Transvaal Law No. 4 of 1885 1 0
Transvaal Asiatic Ordinance (1906) 1 0
Transport 1 0
Transition 65 0
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