Schoolboy Is Guilty Under Red Act
139 Held In Sustained … Crackdown
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The first article refers to an incident in which a 18-year old schoolboy, Clarence Hamilton, had written poems which according to magistrate Mr W. F. Krugel had intentionally incited violence. The second article refers to the actions of the security police who had detained at least 139 people under the Terrorism Act during the past 14 months. The article states that the detained black individuals formed part of the sustained crackdown on certain black organisations.