AFRICAN NATIONAL CONGRESS
The official policy of the African National Congress was one of non-violence.
|Dakar: Talking about culture|
|Dakar: ANC and Afrikaners in dialogue|
|Dakar delegation - the new Voortrekkers|
|Daai geld, daai geld, daai baie geld!||
Pamphlet produced by the African National Congress for the 1994 elections. Title translated into English reads, That Money, that money, that large amount of money!
Curnick Ndlovu , South African Congress of Trade Unions , African National Congress , National Regional Command of uMkhonto we Sizwe , South African Railways and Harbour Union,
|Cultural considerations for a democratic South African Constitution||
Paper produced by the ANC Department of Arts and Culture from an in-house seminar on Constitutional guidelines for a democratic South Africa, held in Lusaka, Zambia.
|Crossing the Rubicon - together|
|Consultative Meeting, 29 October 1979 to 30 October 1979, London||
Record of a secret meeting between the African National Congress and Inkatha in London, 29th to 30th October, 1979.
|Consultation in preparation for the meeting with law professors from white South Africa||
Notes regarding a meeting to discuss and work out an agenda for an African National Congress meeting with South African Law professors.
|Constitutional guideline for a democratic South Africa||
Draft of Constitutional guideline for a democratic South Africa from the African National Congress Constitutional Committee.
|Constituent Assembly and Interim Government||
Paper prepared by the African National Congress Department of Political Education, on defining a constitution, what kind of constitution the ANC would like to see in South Africa, how it could be achieved and defining and discussing an interim government.
|Congress of the people|
|Congress and the Africanists: (1) the Africanist case|
|Congress and the Africanists|