AFRICAN NATIONAL CONGRESS
|The Negotiations in the Middle East and South Africa|
|Women in the ANC and SWAPO: sexual abuse of young women in the ANC camps|
|"... Our women will deal with them"|
|"Mobilise and march forward to people`s power"|
|"Power-sharing" Apartheid style: a critical analysis of the Botha regime's current political strategy||
Paper on power-sharing and the apartheid government from the Centre for African Studies in Maputo, Mozambique. Argues that it is projecting a reformist image.
|"The ANC lives lustily in all our hearts.."|
|"The struggle will itensify"|
|"What is to be done?"|
|1982: Year of international mobilisation for sanctions against South Africa||
Address by the African National Congress to the United Nations General Assembly regarding sanctions against South Africa.
|1983, Volume 7 Dawn page 3 Article: Response to a Crisis||
RESPONSE TO A CRISISJAMES MAKHAYA, A combatant of MK, discuss the November white referendumThe history of the Nationalist Party is pock-marked with the continuous manoeuvres to consolidate their power and maintain white supremacy - the rule of the few over the black majority.Whenever their positi
|1983, Volume 7 Dawn pages 1 and 2 Article: Editorial comment - Victory is Calling||
Editorial CommentVICTORY IS CALLINGThis December 16, 1983, marks the twentyaecond Anniversary of the founding of Umkhonto we Sizwe: Though the past twenty-two years of armed struggle have indeed been an uphill struggle, our People's Army has always emerged victorious.
|1983, Volume 7 Dawn pages 4 and 5 Article: The great illusion||
THE GREAT ILLUSIONFirst of all 22 percent of the whites did not even bother to vote which is approximately 700,000 voters, i.e. about half the votes cast in favour of the 'new constitution' (1,300,000).
|20 reasons for hope in SA|
|A better life for all||
ANC pamphlet issued by the Department of Information and Publicity for the 1994 elections.
|A born leader|
|A brief account of what happened during the criminal South Africa invasion against Lesotho||
Statement by the African National Congress on the Matola Raid in Lesotho, a South African Government attack where over 40 people were murdered.
|A brief general statement on the political situation in South Africa||
Statement by the ANC National Executive Committee on the current political situation in South Africa, as examined by the meeting of the ANC National Executive Committee in Zambia, August 27-31 in 1971. Calls for unity and united action for the seizure of power.
|A brief outline of matters discussed by the National Executive Sub-committee for June 26 with the African Liberation Committee||
Report on a meeting between the ANC National Executive Committee and the African Liberation Committee held in Dar Es Salaam regarding the organisation of a campaign to commemorate June 26th.
|A can of worms in Lusaka: the imprisonment of Hubert Sipho Mbeje|
|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.