I$FASV T and said he wa old 0.1 add r s y. WITS: The reason he left 'lts as he old 0.1. w h he w s so

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1 WITS: The reason he left 'lts as he old 0.1. w h he w s so disgusted with the hit pa e rna Li sm of s uden s. Tol o.lon i r s oc sion nd subs quen ly ago in Told 0.3 w 11 on fi r m in at BPe Semicon at Hammans raa 1. Told 0.1 h at ish. associated wi th the Afro- sj an soci y on th c mpu which pu h d a B. C. line. Publish d a newsle er < Tl e d " ho hola.. It d. A~i;1 t in which he has pub1 ished an a r t i,c e on B.C. nd a po m. Told o. 1 he was a member of JHB Central Branch of BPC tog til T with F ROU.A~VA1' lwi1's/ fro-as ian cc le I J wol' ;. TT 'U~. ol.10.1 c. first oecas ion, that he had reei ed poetry Eor he u l tut 1 L ue in Lenasia 0 which the 1 ding light 1:; I:BRAIII t 5 LOJr: (L C). The follow~ng recited p MATTERA, FAR UK 1ASVAT; ca s i on SEROTE; DO. nd 'EEL I PILL Y. D. tattera A. 0 G 128/17 Its untrue that he fir m. nto cont ac wi h 8pe t via H.Singh. The truth s as bove, as he told cc. o. 1 (The truth he came to 0.1 '5 flat in May, OT March 197 a at 12 /28 - nd. ntroduced himsel f. ino was pr sent. H said h had been atctive in BPe Jo' burg and referred to I$FASV T and said he wa old 0.1 add r s y iss Shameem eer, his cou in. s

2 - 2 - Told 0.1 h liv d i th hi unc l in p 1 Brie fi 1 Ro d. o. 1 point d ou... h r. ingh 1 n rby l d C I\ltl' 1l.Sin hl Mi 1 f 0 h ment th t h m t t 1 /1 - con rnin BAWU s un ru. Wc do no know nythin bout hi 11 Bol on H 11 c t Iv i t I u he di t ha h w. di n h n 0 1til pat h Bol on Il 11 rowd. 129/ di pu h h w J( in ny y i. h MAB 0 w th S c. nd in eh r,'0.1 did cons id r bl work to bl i h h boo th B U o Ef i.c e nd w 5 a 1. 0 r q n ly h r bu h d no offici 1 po i Ion. 130/13 m 0.1 t hi bo not t 8 U off' c 130/5 B: 8 U h d 1 th uild in. up 0 bargaining. po t r. hi 1 il r 0 h t which in f c BPC pur u n r 1 po 1 i ') imin 0 build up Bl Or n i.. ion on n ion 1 b i in ord r h r ain on n ion 1 a i.

3 ~ 3-130/28 : It i untrue that he h r bou BPe - from H. Singh nd. 0.1 h ( t s h r. e bov. ( 0.3 will pull ou BPC public. ion i 11 t r in that it is not r ci t o r g ni z t ion but r th T anti-raeis ). 131/30 : It is Uil ru 0 s y th t, h in m thod pr ding BC w rt. In r: l- et durin did not employ Th tin 5, br public t i ons. ur oup 1i ke unc ion purel )' ent rt inm n nd s b n tl r or h V I li\..ul- r group. Th poin i th T L not h 'ml!in m thod"... ~ whil i m I u m ho of ::.0111 m in h fu li 132/3 This i un ru Th r R u d y BPt: 0 try T ding \oil OT ti c Y BPe. It4. itn mp ï c s of "th re' n (I you s JA. J 'po try' of BPt: h will 10 ). p rr nd T 0 e r e Lnd p ndent or aniz. ion hieh u r t he r d a.c. i r bu h d fune t ion in t n Ui-:;. 132/20 o qui e rue.

4 /2i26 :~ 0 Art of BPC w re there instances 1 ti g to C rl tonville or Sha r pe vi 1J. 'ha t is he r ferring to? 133/3 : What "audience" is he r ferring to? ThL ;~ qu i t e untrue. and wc don't now wha he is talking about in the lines that follow... f i \I u, d. 133 / 3 : There 1S no speel lc urpo an ea l i.ng stro cll-s with the _tt~t~tl_- etc. on he rees d y And a of Camp s s Lon. We express what we feel and what BlAcK people feel. Everyone kno sws already abou the past tragety. (See the note on con lusions o experts). I

5 /10: In 1974 th re w r v ry ew p mphl of ny. One wond r th r or wh t p mph t s he saw. 135/25 Our feeling' th t if he a wi h B in Johanne burg he would know th ris. Chancier Hue, 2S Fo Str to sec i dd ed 136/6: Meetings w re not h ld t BA U o f f ic so far as we know (it is possible, how vcr). A meeting was held at the Y 1CA. Oec sion lly BPC members happened to meet inform lly t 0.1' s may H. Slngh' s. Overport branch/have had mee H. Singh's place. nd t 137/20: In fact the Constitution lays down th the National Exe. meets once every t 0 mon hs. 139/11: B that the witness w s t hat t i.m stud nt at the U B ~~ and was therefore ipso facto a member of SASOo 1 0/13 : In fact B W had met 0.3 and travelled. h hom from H roman kr 1 0 Durban.

6 /20 "ia s i The claim to be ignor nt of who ' i th subs e u n ev r n rr ct "I w no pr sent for 0.5 t to thi sp eh. 1 e nnot r ec Il h.0.6 said". ~ 143/30: "11 I l.. JUATUt:A=' v. W.Y1~'t" w " th dvi. r to th I tional c e utiv ". Ii \1,' s in f ac Ch 1 mall of th M pumula Branch nd h d earlier been in erim Presid nt in about (Se r r t tiona1 x c. 1972, 1 73 and 1974). R nothin to do with the ecutive in 1972, 1973 nd 197 II f, / 145/1 This meeting so. I t was arranged hi wi n ss. This m er ing was tarch. n th t (Coun 9). pceches. THABO s o. 2. To support Il on hat RC r r nged. Re ind ~~~ ~---- before. him of the SRC e at so line 2.

7 - 7 - B: ( ot for this witness) But, in fact; D v of Comp's ion 0 thin r d U B in 1971 no by S SO. n QV r by SO in /1 e hav no info rma LUll ij in t h kombi but ugg st th allowing 1. Miatula i quit c P bl 0 yin wh a ~ rr r j_ h.it..0 t I i JJ cr nky, loqa ious and is u u lly If ontr die ory and ncons t s r, H l vo had illu Ions of ar ndu and says "I will t 11 Vors r off m' n". 2. H m nopo Li s 11 di cu sion. 3. The very fac that he po 5 11 d ( if tru ) shows his full ha r din P op I in the van mu hay en st r n SAW, AM nd CO ST L. 4. H 1so c 11 him 1f h r s to him, n mely Bl ek a i n h ~, BI'lclc I: e r a t or. 5. t thc ympo ium h J{ j ellall a rh rc h Bf wa' pr nt (in p r (1)) h publi ~ly s a i h h 110 f r of gain o Ro ben I' 1 nc. H k d for ay s ith h ntla h 'Il Il rot er mandate' an 0" nmn off'

8 - 8-5 e th Daily ail of th folio ing morning s to what he id. 148/19 lh r sons h r wer no di cu sion was th t ev rybody kne off QlZ3in. (I t i 0 th natin that BPe i cl f re ruiting pr og r mm 0 be compl d in 3 years. Thi is nown h m mh r hip dri 11 u ed to s y to m m r::. e. g he hi ro ye T is coming near on wi th it. In th sen h u ed 0 t lk of ;~-~~~h wor n r o l ut ion. " h R po n 0 nybo y vn st he.. ccu ed n th t rm, 0. i)''';, Y th t is ph d progr mm, u no on h con r ry th t h u d to speak to o, bou ph es lm.. 0 n~ 0 :1 eer a Ln nr h ph ses ref rred to n Vol. of r nd P 1 Hi hl w ha th ph of confron ion n i j i i form would t rmin t w' th ion 1 tri e... ools Do nl'. tional con r H mm nskr aa l P r p referred 0 a proj c ed a ion 1 Tools Do n, his Id p Ick d up y 1 TUI ho h d m 1 a the e to S PO hi self.

9 ~ 9-150/12: o.~ would likely to put that BA c nno deny th t 0.3 w s specificul1y in i ed 0 5 mi on. 152/10: Th a Lo na l Exec. did no mce t.. 5 the National Council which comprises Il. tion 1 nxee. in. A ational E 1t.5ingh was not on th. T was p r e s nt in his cpacity as 3~ional Council member (as Chairman of Overport Branch). 153/10 : OtheTs who went in 0 the tion council 1/ 1 eting was Y. Al 00; MAYATUL ; '15 rill.y; P HL T OT51; VBLA MVULA. B; 5IGAS ; BAFA. and T. Z 1. me s hese l ouns~l shoul not eveal these people may be picked up). OTE: Correct the impre sin tha t h~ w s kept ou as it w TC see.lng - simply he was not ntitled to go i n because he was not a Branch Ch irman-

10 o i d t lul. verlion f in TO C T ~ l\)o tr - ij t:'t: by ta ~ll'lut $ wh';'ch "i!cln 1 10 t il ise.u.l5 7. IU. v r 10 of 1 t c! J ct. t 1 11 eh, 1 ft t' 1) af r 1 or n ro tb i r t t s a n i r co \V J e. not t 'I" 1 the r s I.io I \ C'" t t SO. I 1 t rly ne would t 1 b en they _ t t it n tj clut. ens...,. vho w to r 0 " t job t y dl. 0 t T 1 lf t to i t r. his c nnot

11 10. - July t 1 72 : 1 so t lik ly th t t b t 1. A3 ti I l'.. d il'cul t nd s n 0 T of pol throu.h th po t by, 1 and 4. (Je could b 9nfuli r ce! Vi n'". 3 nc ;.2 threugh tt - pc ). rt 1nl, W 5 0 prep rod at t. Ji, - i~ tho the conference. 11. It_ly 25 eo KO id not 1 d n d.lni tr ion c 15,10. Th.r " 1 i COD US n it ith the o c b.r conf r c t H r al (wh r. h. did ot.tt n ). 13. Th. co i ion er. le., follow. :- (.) h. Gen 1'.1 Pl. r nil t on i on by cc d 0.4, 1 (b) T Ur. and Ptlitle i n 1 y 'VI I (c) I...

12 P se POUT' (c) T. Hcono.ic ev lop t 0 Is on w s led by la (w 0 W p ei lilt in Tra Union nd r ). ( ) 1 e uc o 1 io s 1 by o. _. () Th c~ un t y nrk r c 1. sion hy 14. Th Itn. r (ers to n int ru 1 nd ex: rn I co lsslon. J ouch cc 11 lon as ev r ppoint d. ~~ ~ ~ 6~. dj. ~ «c /I4~.s. t6.4t~ ~ L{t.utu.L ~J)., 1S. Tb.r w. no pi nnin cea ion 1 by. HULU. I in tbi vid nc I'P ar to r r to t Ha nsk aal I r there 5 sucn C eono.ic ee "e lppl e1ula h i cu.s le W no y. h. de PC 0 sl r 0 Ion 1.tr! f r i 0 t 1 /...,."._

13 p thl11kinj. (5 th note of 0.3 in this r I'd. The Ist wor r. to..lye U ions...tl of tbe PC '.1.lp ft 1 or ix tion 5 p rt lack 0 lou ness nd bl ek nt. rt i!..~rt of tu 1 ~~~ nd cv. jj t s).13:1y,f vitne ses coulj be calle to s y th t t er tt ne uestion n und.rly! g d. ~re to cr i p~e th cono.y.. (~~ljjt:':'1.7)l-'-ll4m ~ ~ ~~ ~4., 11 l, >Jy. v ~, rt 1tt!' f'>i'c IS/J 1'. u,.st ian. th t th r port of the In.r tional Int.r i eo..! ion w 'owitn Or aniz ions working it) in fis.,... t t t e nrc w uld hav. noth n to f Y t ( SS) he re.olution.oved by las BUKU n -Ch. Tbl ro' out 0 the prelo c IUgvLtt of ~ej:a J1d tbe obj.c ion to tb r pr s n Th IC ;\"01' h th SAle.. a Gov.rna nt er tiv body Jl 1 0 tt ek d B.C. as b ln rae is t ~~~~. r : d ~~ V AlIC~f-,.,.. "MB. 1 Ther lf no qu atiou of the r 1 Plannin and Or n lation Co Ifti 0 r f Trin t th B 1 ard st..ri h VOl' r in any' y it t d. eh ft lp ct could I... ~

14 ould. t or tic 111 b t t by CODO le vel (I..h o \Jl an Xl" rt Jn r e Union I. h 1 t eo Iii w.r n r nt 0 su tt rl. t Unut ti i I r rei.c J's r v 'ltd II' vi 1. t gori 1 t h I co ils on id in n y on fr n r. '1- '- u Su, tlo ~h u1d be rctcruu. 4 withl tbr y r w pu p y. 0.1 o t. It W lort of worklui alol T r r re to cc frodt tio h tov r t \ t t r olved that tbere Ihoul b. no con r nt t h. lo.y.r. ( tbe.por 0 th. 1 nn ft 0 i. ion. 2, para raph (c». no que tion 0 t.re ft r b rkiu.uii It cl auto. QIl t j tio al stri e. This h n v r b n y conf r nc. nd I n v r p r. ln ny 2 ae the General Pi nnlna Co li s dra u byecu. d 0.4. he us of the ord P It utir ly 1 P ra r at 5 ucb. Th r por itl 1 tho h t r r~ as n..r in Dd.d- o Y oily I...

15 p.1)' 40 ot r to y e r 10 t 1 nc ) (S e n ), ~ A oro s vitn $1 o the co nc c. lie 0 te t Ey in t r....~.1 bo t t I s y r e br, Jrive too 1 c i fill c n.r c t!f. 1- ( t 'nt r t to ot t t th co v nt OD id not consid r 1 1f.uf i i ntly r.. T n 0 'th. Bl e popul ti n t th t t ~ r No " (in ufflcl n~ r eh r r le ted h nc t cl 10 no,i' to t ke ny v ry i port nt eell 0 uc n u tio t.rn r.l t S ~ th e lutton of 'I XI n IT. YA., --. Th itn Je de.cr tion 0 h t 1 cont 1 t by er.s nd "situ t.on" In 0 the Pl in' Co 1.s10n r.~or Strik 5 ~',tj;.~ T lt s., n t rt lel at in b. oron t ion r c -l li I...'..

16 Til tri n w nót ol\' w C~ a w', It re".~ber J th ro d out t t Ch... t hla i t o h eo id r t r n ic c ro te by thi, r. (s ot 0 If r y Sin 1 ) i r rd to th orth boycot ut.. ver rrl h. o ~f-f "\) ~ ~ ~ ~. (~) ~ e.jr,ï S. (It i It that th r Il hl' t r re on h via thr it I; i) his coun ct on to D. DU; (1i) bil t t to bur o s. 's h UI ; d (iii) ~v) bi. tt p to throw.tr 1 bo IUa ëctt utwi:1q (?) 2 T rt in 1.un t for t Ti s PC co f.re ce. re ~,A-- in o r oss I 0. til -11$ ntn..~ S, ) rt 21. I...

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