AFRICAN NATIONAL CONGRESS

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South African and Western Initiatives

Notes on Southern African and Western initiatives. Covers United Kingdom interest in South Africa and the attitude of the UK towards the ANC, the views of the United States and the UK on negotiations, and a meeting between Pik Botha and Mrs Margaret Thatcher.

South African women unite for a non-sexist post-apartheid South Africa
Sparg sets out ANC policy on violence
Speech at the African National Congress welcome rally

Speech delivered by the General Secretary at the African National Congress welcome rally in Cape Town, when the ANC welcomes the changing situation within South Africa, the release of the leaders, the unbanning of the African National Congress and other organisations.

Speech by Comrade Walter Sisulu at the National Welcome Back Rally

Text of speech by Walter Sisulu made at the National Welcome Back Rally in Johannesburg, 29 October 1989.

State espionage and the ANC London office
State in a bid to link Alex 5 with "total onslaught"
State of organisation and the way forward

Paper by John Motshabi on the state of the African National Congress and the way forward. Covers military strategy, enemy infiltration, programme of action, democratic participation, negotiations and seizure of power, building a revolutionary army, cadre policy.

Statement

Statement by Alfred Nzo, Secretary General of the ANC National Executive Committee, on the current situation in South Africa.

Statement by Terror Lekota

Statement by the United Democratic Front announcing that Comrade Nelson Mandela visit to Qwaqwa has been unilaterally cancelled by Chief Minister Mopeli and his cabinet.

Statement by the African National Congress of South Africa on the invasion of Angola by South African troops

Statement by the ANC on the invasion of Angola by South Africa. Signed by Oliver Tambo.

Statement by the ANC (SA) on the situation in Czechoslavakia

A press release by the African National Congress on unity with Czechoslavakia in their negotiations with the USSR.

Statement by the President of the African National Congress of South Africa,on the occasion of the launching of the international year against apartheid

Statement by Oliver R Tambo, President of the ANC, on the occasion of the launching of the International Year Against Apartheid at the United Nations Organisation in New York in 1978.

Statement of a joint meeting of the National Executive Council and the RC of the ANC (SA) held in Luanda on 27th December 1978 to 1st January 1979

Statement of the African National Congress National Executive Committee on a visit to Vietnam to discuss the revolutionary experience of the Vietnam people and to draw on their experience for the South African struggle.

Statement of the African National Congress of South Africa on the occasion of the 26th Congress of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union

Edited statement of the African National Congress of South Africa on the occasion of the 26th Congress of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union.

Statement of the African National Congress of South Africa on the recent Black Labour Reforms Commissions in fascist South Africa

Statement of the African National Congress of South Africa on the recent Black Labour Reforms Commissions in Fascist South Africa, signed by Alfred Nzo, ANC Secretary General. Examines the Wiehahn and Riekert Commissions on labour legislation.

Statement of the African National Congress of South Africa to the Ad Hoc Committee on Human Rights

Statement of the ANC to the Ad Hoc Committee on Human Rights of the United Nations on how the imperialist powers opposed fundamental Human Rights resolutions regarding South Africa and other parts of Africa and requests action to be taken against member states who defy UN resolutions.

Statement of the African National Congress on the current situation in South Africa

Statement of the ANC on the current situation in South Africa. Reflects on the events of June 16th in Soweto.

Statement of the Deputy President of the African National Congress, Nelson Mandela, at the Opening of the ANC National Conference

Nelson Mandela's address to the opening of the African National Congress (ANC) National Conference, 2-7 July, 1991 in which he stated that the ANC must lead the process of democratic transformation and the Conference will enable ANC to formulate strategies to do this.

Statement of the National Executive Committee (NEC) of the African National Congress (ANC): Lusaka, Zambia, 16 February 1990

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