AFRICAN NATIONAL CONGRESS
|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 search for political direction|
|Sisulu e Kathrada: comrades in arms|
|Read, young lion, read|
|What kind of ANC does the SACP want?|
|Looking for the Women's League? Leave a message...|
|Democracy for beginners: a guide to consultative conferences|
|ANC women: their strength in the struggle|
|Sparg sets out ANC policy on violence|
|Crossing the Rubicon - together|
|Statement of the National Executive Committee of the National Executive Committee announcing the dissolution of the United Democratic Front||
Statement of the National Executive Committee of the National Executive Committee announcing the dissolution of the United Democratic Front.
|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.
|United Democratic Front protests banning||
Press statement regarding the United Democratic Front protesting the banning and restricting of activities of their open and peaceful organisations.
|ANC, SACP unbanned|
|South African women unite for a non-sexist post-apartheid South Africa|
|Fighting out of darkness or moving gradually towards the light? presidential Address to the Black Sash National Conference held at Grahamstown, 1990||
Opening Address by National President Mary Burton at the Black Sash National Conference held at Grahamstown on 2 March 1990, discussing: Release of Mandela, FW De Klerk and reform, end of Apartheid, ANC, Bill of Rights, Constitution.
|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.
|June 16: South Africa's Youth Day||
Speakers notes for the 12th anniversary of June 16th, 1976. Examines the significance of the day, the enemy reaction, the responsibility of the youth, and the duty of the liberation alliance.
|Address at the opening of the ANC Conference at Arusha, 1 December 1987||
Address by Mwalimu Julius K. Nyerere of Chama Cha Mapinduzi, at the opening of the African National Congress (ANC) Conference in Arusha, 1 December 1987. Covers the struggle in South Africa, international support, abolition of the National Party, and the armed struggle.