|International Press Conference by the Honourable P W Botha, Prime Minister of the RSA on the talks between the Five Western Powers and the RSA Government regarding South West Africa||
Press Conference with P W Botha regarding the independence of Namibia. Includes a joint statement by the South African Government and the five Foreign Ministers
|Joint Communique of the African National Congress, Natal Indian Congress, the Transvaal Indian Congress and members of the Indian community of South Africa||
Joint Communique of the African National Congress, Natal Indian Congress, the Transvaal Indian Congress, and members of the Indian community of South Africa, on talks held in Lusaka.
|Joint Press Conference, Department of State, 14 May 1981 with Secretary of State Haig and Minister of Foreign Affairs Botha||
Press Conference in the United States, with US Secretary Haig and Minister of Foreign Affairs Botha, regarding the independence of Nambia.
|Joint Statement from the ANC, UDF and COSATU||
Joint statement published in an ERIP booklet entitled Negotiations: fighting with new weapons. Statement is the text of the official report of a meeting in Lusaka, Zambia, dealing with key issues facing the struggle.
Article regarding Kwa-Natal Indaba as it met to plan tactics and tie up crucial loose ends in the face of dicouraging government reaction to its proposals, in the latest setback, constitutional development minister Mr Chris Heunis has emphasised that he gave no assurance that a refendum would def
|KwaZulu-Natal joint Executive Authority, Bureau for information|
|Labour Party and coloured’s Press Cuttings|
|Letters to the Editor at the Daily News||
Letters to the Editor at the Daily News
|Mandela Scrapbook 1|
|Mandela's full reply to President Botha's offer||
Nelson Mandela's response to P W Botha's conditional offer of freedom made in Parliament. Published in the Rand Daily Mail, Monday, February 11, 1985.
|Map showing all the areas for various race groups in Durban||
Group Areas Map
|Moneytalk vol1 no4|
|Motion: We, members of the University of Cape Town||
The members of the University of Cape Town express concern at the direction in which South African society is heading and express solidarity with people suffering from the humiliation and oppression engendered by the social system.
In the words of Comrade President O,R. Tambo: "A country, a movement, a people,......
|N.I.C. - Natal Indian Congress newspaper cuttings in 1989||
N.I.C. - Natal Indian Congress newspaper cuttings in 1989
|NATAL INDIAN ASSOCIATION DEPUTATION||
Natal Indian Association Deputation
|Natal Indian Congress - 90 Proud Year’s 1894 to 1984 advertising supplement||
National Party News - 1980's
|National Party year of action|
|Nature and extent of the SADF's involvement in the Angolan conflict||
Press release issued by Defence Headquarters in Pretoria regarding South Africa's involvement in Angola. Included is a statement issued by the Chairman of the Apartheid Committee on 24 February 1977 in response to the press release.