AFRICAN NATIONAL CONGRESS
|The current internal political situation: briefing notes||
African National Congress briefing notes on the South African political situation. Covers the political crisis within the ruling party, background to the present mass resistance, a brief review of current campaigns, and further proposals on a programme of mass action.
|The current situation inside SA||
Report from Natal on the current political situation in South Africa. Examines results of regime's repression. Demonstrates refusal of the people to submit to Inkatha or the Government.
|The Department of Economics and Planning||
ANC memorandum on the structure, purpose and tasks of the Department of Economics and Planning.
|The Economics Unit and the decision of the National Consultative Conference||
ANC memorandum on the setting up and purpose of the Economics Unit and its move to the Department of Economics and Planning.
|The Election of a government|
|The future of the United Democratic Front||
A circular about how the United Democratic Front was formed, its role, the relationship between the United Democratic Front and the African National Congress and other organisations and about the future of the United Democratic Front.
|The Great smear: communism and congress in South Africa|
|The Height of treason|
|The Kairos Document|
|The Killing fields of Southern Africa|
|The Lion and the cockerel|
|The Long View: His crime is loyalty, Contact vol 7, no.7|
|The making of the working class: Part 14 - Resistance during the 50`s and 60`s|
|The Mandela Document||
ANC booklet containing the full text of a document presented by Nelson Mandela to P W Botha in July 1989, stating his views on the armed struggle, relations with the South African Communist Party and majority rule.
|The military code of Umkhonto we Sizwe|
|The new situation on Southern Africa and the position of the oppressed majority in apartheid South Africa||
ANC National Executive Committee submission to the Organisation of African Unity for their strategy for the liberation of South Africa.
|The origin of African National Congress (ANC)|
|The PAC conference: 1959|
|The Pan Africanist Congress exists to subvert the South African liberation struggle||
African National Congress document produced by their provisional headquarters in Morogoro, Tanzania, regarding the subversion of the struggle by the Pan Africanist Congress.
|The President's Council||
Statement by the ANC Regional Command Headquarters on P W Botha's plan for a new constitution. Points out that the plan totally excludes the African majority.