'n Woordelike Verslag van die Verrigtinge, met die Uitspraak, in die Hooggeregshof, Kaapstad, November-Desember 1931
227pp., ownership signature on title pagepaperback, edges of covers flaking, Cape Town, 1931
Johannes du Plessis (1868–1935) was a South African theologian and Protestant missionary. Du Plessis helped lead an interracial coalition to push for reforms to empower black South Africans and lessen government discrimination in the early 1920. He was ordained by the Dutch Reformed Church of South Africa, although relations between him and the Church declined in his later life over his liberal and modernist theological views, culminating in an accusation of heresy and his dismissal as professor at the University of Stellenbosch. Du Plessis helped found the South African Institute of Race Relations in 1929.