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Mafeking Diary: A Black Man's View of a White Man's War. By Sol T. Plaatje. Ohio University Press, July 1990.

Mhudi. By Sol T. Plaatje. Francolin Publishers.

I Write What I Like. By Steve Biko. Capital Books Inc, January 2001.

The Will to Die. Selected stories and reports by Can Themba. Edited by Donald Stuart and Roy Holland. Heinemann, June 1972.

Emperor Shaka the Great, a Zulu Epic, translated by Mazisi Kunene from the Zulu. Heinemann, June 1979.

Africa Undermined: Mining Companies and Underdevelopment of Africa. By G. Lanning with M. Mueller. Viking Press, January 1979.

Angola in the Frontline. By Jane Bergerol and Michael Wolfers. Published by Zed Press.

South Africa. By Leonard Thomson.

Apartheid Handbook: A Guide to South Africa's Everyday Racial Policies. By Roger Ormond. Penguin USA, 2nd Edition, June 1986.

The Mfecane Aftermath. Edited by Carolyn Hamilton. Witwatersrand University Press and University of Natal Press.

Long Walk to Freedom. By Nelson Mandela. Abacus.