1. The Sharpeville Massacre: Its historic significance in the struggle against apartheid
  2. The nineteen days by an anonymous Cape Town correspondent 1960
  3. The commemoration of Sharpeville: An extract from a paper by Ali Hlongwane
  4. The child who was shot dead by soldiers at Nyanga by Ingrid Jonker
  5. The Sharpeville Massacre - A watershed in South Africa by Reverend Ambrose Reeves
  6. Speech by Oliver Tambo at meeting in London, 21 March 1980 | Speeches and Public Statements
  7. South Africa Sharpeville massacre 50 anniversary 21/3/10 | Audio and Video
  8. South Africa Remembers Sharpeville Massacre, 21 March 1960 | Audio and Video
  9. Sharpeville Massacre, 21 March 1960
  10. Sharpeville massacre was turning point in anti apartheid movement, 21 March 1960 | Audio and Video
  11. Sharpeville : March 21 1960 by FOSATU | Newspaper clippings
  12. Poster commemorating Sharpeville 5 | Poster
  13. Poster commemorating Sharpeville 4 | Poster
  14. Poster commemorating Sharpeville 3 | Poster
  15. Poster commemorating Sharpeville 2, 1985 | Poster
  16. Poster commemorating Sharpeville 1 | Poster
  17. Poem “Our Sharpeville” by Ingrid de Kok | Poem
  18. Poem “Massacre at Sharpeville” by Farouk Asvat | Poem
  19. Poem “A Poem of Vengeance” By Kumalo | Poem
  20. Poem “A Poem about Sharpeville” by Dennis Brutus | Poem
  21. Painting of the Sharpeville Massacre by Paddy Bouma
  22. Notes on the origins of the movement for Sanctions against South Africa by E.S. Reddy
  23. From Our Vault: Sharpeville, A Crime That Still Echoes by J Brooks Spector, 21 March 2013, South Africa
  24. Documents, and articles relating to the Sharpeville Massacre 1960
  25. Commission of Enquiry into the Occurrences at Sharpeville (and other places) on the 21st March, 1960, Volume 2, Johannesburg, 15 June 1960 | Report
  26. Commission of Enquiry into the Occurrences at Sharpeville (and other places) on the 21st March, 1960, Volume 1, Johannesburg, 15 June 1960 | Report
  27. Apartheid: Sharpeville Massacre, 21 March 1960 | Audio and Video
  28. A tragic turning-point: remembering Sharpeville fifty years on by Paul Maylam