Out of the Fire to Find New Fetters: The Violence of Poverty in a Shack Settlement: Paper Presented at National Conference on 3 March 1991 discussing informal settlements, Group Areas Act, poverty, housing, employment, availability of water, living conditions in shacks, education.
Violence Now: Haphazard or Orchestrated?: Paper Presented at National Conference on 2 March 1991 discussing state repression, Apartheid, homelands, tribalism, detention and torture, deaths in police custody, harassment and police action, hostels, hit squads and vigilantism, case studies and affidavits.
Natal Violence: Why the War Continues: Paper Presented at National Conference on 2 March 1991 discussing violence in Natal, homelands, Inkatha, vigilantism, lack of prosecution for violence, death statistics, case studies and affidavits, newspaper reports.
Black Local Government and the Crisis in Khayelitsha: Paper Presented at National Conference on 2 March 1991 discussing forced removals, school boycotts, education, police violence in Khayalitsha, marches, protests, unrest, black local authorities.
Report of the Black Sash Advice Office. Includes reports on Advice Office structures and training, social grants and pensions, rural training programme, Khayelitsha Advice Office, labour related problems
People's Courts in Port Elizabeth: Paper Presented at National Conference on 2 March 1991 discussing unemployment, wages, crime, lack of police response to crime, kangaroo courts, community response to crime.