AFRICAN NATIONAL CONGRESS
|Five Freedoms Forum - African National Congress Conference, July 1989: Report of the Commission on the role of Parliament and Parliamentary Opposition||
African National Congress - Five Freedoms Forum Conference, July 1989. Report of the Commission on the role of Parliament. Summary of a discussion on the role of parliament and parliamentary opposition. Input by Steve Tshwete and Helen Suzman. Also covers boycotts and alliances.
|Five Freedoms Forum - African National Congress Conference: Report of the Commission on the women's role in shaping the future||
Report of the Commission on the women's role in shaping the future, for the Five Freedoms Forum - ANC Conference in July 1989. Asks whether women's issues should be subordinate to the struggle for liberation and examines the role of women from the ANC's perspective.
|Five Freedoms Forum - African National Congress, July 1989: Report of the Commission on the role of extra-Parliamentary politics (B2)||
African National Congress - Five Freedoms Forum, Commission on the role of extra-Parliamentary politics, Conference report . Discusses strengths and weaknesses, relationship with Parliament and relationship with the mass democratic movement.
|Five Freedoms Forum - ANC Conference, June 29 to June 2: Commission B3 Local Government||
Report of the African National Congress and Five Freedoms Forum Conference in July 1989 on local government
|Flags fly high at rally to welcome back leaders|
|Flags fly over grave as tribute paid to ANC founder|
|For our country and people: report on recent ANC Youth Conference|
|Forward to a People's Government||
African National Congress response to P W Botha's announcement that he would summon a conference representative of all races to deliberate about matters affecting South Africa.
|Forward to the workers congress!|
|Foundations of government in a democratic South Africa||
Paper listing the objectives of a new constitution and its principles.
|From Slogans to Substance|
|From the Executive Director||
Article about the work of IDASA and the problems with their goals of democracy and non-racialism in South Africa
|Fund-raising: a revolutionary perspective||
Working Paper by Godfrey Motsepe prepared for the African Ntional Congress National Fund Raising Workshop held in March 1986 at the Solomon Mahlangu Freedom College in Tanzania. Examines the nature and scope of fundraising and suggests types of fundraising initiatives.
|Fusing the congresses?|
|Future foreign investment|
|General political situation East Rand Report||
Report from African National Congress East Rand underground and covers Westville Youth League, civics organisation and August 1984 elections.
|Government to blame|
|Handwritten transcript of interview with Mrs J Dube, wife of the late Dr John Dube||
Handwritten transcript of interview with Mrs J Dube at the Ohlanga Institute,Inanda in Durban, South Africa, which was established in 1901 by her late husband, Dr John Langalibalele Dube (1871-1946).
|Has the time come for arming the masses?||
Notes delivered by Joe Nhlanhla at a regional Youth seminar on the call to arm the masses. Asks whether this call is realistic or emotional.
|Heroes Day December 16, 1979||
African National Congress Umkhonto We Sizwe flyer in observance of Heroes Day.