AFRICAN NATIONAL CONGRESS
|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 role of Parliament and Parliamentary Opposition||
ANC paper that outlines the organisation's view of the apartheid era Tricameral Parliament.
|The socio-political and economic crisis in the apartheid system||
ANC paper on the socio-political and economic crisis in the apartheid system, prepared for the regional and national preparatory committees. Covers the enemy's strategy for survival, the total strategy and its application, and how to out-manoeuvre the enemy.
Article looking at the question of negotiation and the approach of the democratic movement.
|ANC befriends sellouts|
|The skeletons in the ANC election closet|
|Mandela's moment of truth at CODESA||
CODESA (Convention for a Democratic South Africa - even the name belies its function) has come to pass; and for the oppressed the only truthful statement made throughout those two days was, unbelievably, that from Nelson Mandela.
|African National Congress' betrayal of a nation|
|A great step forward|
|A J Lutuli: a great African passes|
|Editorial notes: Arthur Letele|
|Wreckers of the Fight against Apartheid: 1:The myth of PAC militancy|
|A speech to the Presidential Committee Meeting of the World Council of Peace by the representative of the African National Congress, Vienna, 27 September 1963|
|Editorial notes: Hitting back|
|Organise, organise, organise|
|Editorial: Freedom marches nearer!|
Amandla-Matla, a newsletter published and distributed underground by the African National Congress, supported and incited revolution against the South African Government.