• Cartoon : Protesters 

      Unknown author (19--)
      The cartoon caption states, "Are the protesters in Britain versatile enough to demonstrate against cricket as well as Rugby?"
    • Breakfast Quip 

      Unknown author (19--)
      The cartoon depicts a crowd walking onto a plane that is chartered. The caption states that "All we need now is to be hijacked".
    • National (Party) Unity 

      Berry (19--)
      The cartoon depicts the National Party as a spider on a web with a fly depicting the position of English speakers in the country. The image depicting "captive voter" has been shown as bounded and tangled prey on the web.
    • Cartoon : Christmas Scene 

      Herbert (19--)
      The cartoon relates to the political atmosphere around Christmas time in South Africa during racial tensions at the time.
    • Wanted for Christmas 

      Unknown author (19--)
    • Marks, Dickman Laat Roots In Die Mark Lewe 

      Mliebenberg, Johan. J; Groenewald, Jakkie (19--)
      The article was written with a focus on David Marks, Mike Dickman and the Elastic Head Band.
    • Smith Voortreflik 

      Hough, Barrie (19--)
      The article places a focus on David Marks with the mention of the Elastic Head Band.
    • Nightmare 

      Unknown author (19--)
      The first article reports on an incident in which pop fans were kidnapped by students and taken to Pretoria. The students burnt, cut and pulled their hair as well as punched, kicked and swore at them. The second article ...
    • Musician Not Idle : Judge 

      Pretoria Bureau; Harding, Ivy (19--)
      The first article refers to Mr Christopher Ndlovu who was declared as an "idle person" by the courts. The second article refers to John Kongos' new single album with his lyrics written by Pete Leroy.
    • It'll Take Some Doing … 

      Feldman, Peter (19--)
      The article serves as a review for a concert promoted by "The Company" which included musicians such as Mike Dickman, Kenny Henson and John Oakley-Smith for the purpose of performing their experimental sounds and music. ...
    • Upset Folk-Singers 

      Bray, Monica (19--)
      The article reflects on the public verbal attack by J. D. Vorster regarding folk music and the manner in which it was presented. The article reports the concerns of coffee-bar owners and patrons as well as singer Monica ...
    • Don't Ditch Coup Suspects 

      Forsyth, Frederick (19--)
      The article pertains to a tale involving a mysterious flight, suspected soldiers of fortune and a coup plot.
    • Cornelia 

      Unknown author (19--)
      The item consists of two ripped black and white newspaper photographs one of which depicting an image of Corneila.
    • He's Still Wrong 

      Walker, Richard (19--)
      The item consists of two articles that reflect the misleading political speech given by Pik Botha regarding the racial atmosphere in South Africa and the unequal opportunities which was presented to an American audience.
    • A Rousing Start To Folk Show 

      Coetzer, Owen (19--)
      The article serves as a review to the Folk'74 concert hosted at the Y-Club Theatre in which artists such as Shinnery Lynne Marshall, Scott Family, Isla Corrigal, Ian Lindsay, John Dennen, Jess Kiddle, Kichen's Wendy Coleman, ...
    • Folk Songs On Campus Must Not "Protest" 

      Coetzee, Theo (19--)
      The article pertains to folk music at the University of Pretoria which had not been banned by the student Council who stated that they would consider proposals to form a folk-singing society according to a student folk ...
    • The Ultimate Evil 

      Krige, Uys (19--)
      The article reflects on the notion of banning material, as seen in the American context, and includes the implications thereof.
    • The Sounds of Dylan 

      Unknown author (19--)
      The article reflects on the Elastic Head Band who were scheduled to appear at the Lyric Theatre performing songs written by Bob Dylan.
    • Manfred Mann's Been Upstaged : by Madness 

      Unknown author (19--)
      The item includes a focused article surrounded by other articles all appearing in hy-dm-news-apartheid-1982-1983-001. The featured article in this item pertains to Manfred and his international album ventures.
    • Composer David Marks 

      Unknown author (19--)
      The article refers to the 24-year-old David Marks who had become world famous following his successful song writing. The article also includes biographical information as well as musicians he had worked with such as Four ...