|Answers to Mr Paton's questions|
|ANC/UCT Position Paper proposals||
Report of a meeting between the ANC and the University of Cape Town on the education crisis. Includes handwritten notes on a consultative meeting between the ANC, the University of Cape Town and the University of the Western Cape.
|ANC National Conference, July 1991: Notes for commission on violence||
Notes for Commission on Violence for the African National Congress National Conference in Durban, July 1991. Examines the State strategy, unity and diversity in the ruling class, conditions for violence and its forms, strengths and weaknesses of the state.
|Amendment to the Trespass Act No. 6 of 1959 and the Illegal Squatting Act No.52 of 1951||
Suggested amendments to the Trespass Act No. 6 of 1959 and the Illegal Squatting Act No. 52 of 1951
|African National Congress (SA) International Conference, Arusha, Tanzania, 1 - 4 December 1987||
Report back notes from an ANC conference with the theme, Peoples of the World Against Apartheid for a Democratic South Africa, in Arusha to ANC members in Dar es Salaam.
|African middle class elite||
A research project conducted under the auspices of the Institute for Social and Economic Research, Rhodes University and dealing with the black townships of Grahamstown. Handwritten.
|A wealth of literary prizes: An exhibit of African and diaspora writers|
|A possible negotiating concept||
Confidential note on a possible negotiating concept. No author but possibly a memorandum submitted to the National Working Committee of the ANC by the Commonwealth Eminent Persons Group.
|A Note on the Indo-European Situation||
A Note on the Indo-European Situation
|A comment on the F W de Klerk address to Parliament on 2 February 1990||
Penuell Maduna's comments on F W de Klerk's address to Parliament when he announced the unbanning of the African National Congress and the South African Communist Party, amongst other organisations.
|A comment on four speeches by Mangosuthu G. Buthelezi||
Unauthored comments on character and political stance of Mangosuthu G. Buthelezi from speeches by him.