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Salient. Victoria University Student Newspaper. Volume 33 No. 14. 1970

Reporting To Police

Reporting To Police

The pages devoted to these gangs carry headlines such as "Detectives, gangs, terrorist fighters and Communist haters! Here is great news!"—and offers membership of yet another organisation, the C.V.C. in the Transvall. The "Wind-Falcons" ask for members, who should include the address of their nearest police station, and in an editorial members of gangs are asked to report to the nearest police station when on holiday.

On an earlier page, one of the editors of "Patrys" comments on a member's letter "I am glad you told me that one can shoot more accurately at a tin when one thinks of it as a Communist."

South African embassies throughout the world are currently distributing a booklet entitled "Progress through Separate Development," carrying a foreword by Mr Vorster in which he says "I believe in the policy of separate development as the only practical solution ... to do justice to every population group as well as every individual. It is so intended" It is Mr Vorster's regime which is responsible for the "Patrys" Detective Club.

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