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'Stay-At-Home'

Leaflet issued by the National Action Council calling for a
nationwide stay-at-home on 29, 30, 31 May 1961

Stay at Home

PEOPLE OF SOUTH AFRICA!

THE PROTEST GOES ON

ARRESTS CANNOT STOP US

We have made our demands known to the Government. We want a National
Convention to make a constitution for a democratic South Africa.

VOTES TO ALL

DECENT WAGES FOR ALL END PASS LAWS

END MINORITY WHITE DOMINATION

VERWOERD REPLIES NO!

He mobilises the army, starts police raids, arrests our leaders and
arrests thousands for passes and taxes, bans our meetings. He tries to frighten
the country with wild tales of violence.

OUR ANSWER TO VERWOERD:

We are not going to be frightened by Verwoerd. WE STAND FIRM BY OUR
DECISION TO STAY AT HOME ON MONDAY, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY.

No one who loves freedom should go to work on those three days.

LET US STAND TOGETHER, UNITED AND DISCIPLINED. DO NOT BE INTIMIDATED BY
POLICE AGENTS AND PROVOCATEURS.

DOWN WITH VERWOERD'S MINORITY REPUBLIC

FORWARD TO FREEDOM IN OUR LIFETIME

A W U P A T H W A *

Issued by National Action Council

* Awupatha: we shall not be dominated