AFRICAN NATIONAL CONGRESS
|Heroes of our revolution - Johannes Nkosi 1905-30|
|Fight from where you are|
|Congress of the people|
|Heroes of our revolution|
|Editorial comment: method in the butchery|
|What I have known of him on the island: a 70th Birthday tribute to Nelson Mandela|
|A born leader|
|Address to members of Umkhonto we Sizwe|
|Interview with Comrade Mzwai Piliso on non-aligned summit in Havana|
|The ANC SACP alliance|
|A trail of courage and determination: Part 4|
|For our country and people: report on recent ANC Youth Conference|
|The military code of Umkhonto we Sizwe|
|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).
|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.
The official policy of the African National Congress was one of non-violence.