AFRICAN PEOPLES DEMOCRATIC UNION OF SOUTHERN AFRICA
|APDUSA Bulletin 9: The Kennedy visit, the truth||
This pamphlet discusses the visit by Senator Edward Kennedy to South Africa, and one question which stands out and that is, Why was he visiting South Africa?
|APDUSA Bulletin 6: A boot to lick!||
A cartoonists impression of a selected few candidates standing for election on August 22 and 28 1984.
|Boycott the racist referendum!||
African Peoples Democratic Union of South Africa (APDUSA), is pleading to the Coloured and Indian community to bocott the racist referendum demanded by certain organisations concerning the New Constitution, and they provide various reasons for the call of the boycott.
|APDUSA Bulletin 2: Aug. 22 elections and you||
APDUSA (African Peoples Democratic Union of South Africa) is calling for a boycott to the elections and is seen as the only method of rejecting the new constitution.
|APDUSA Bulletin 3: Dont help sellouts to get R40 000 a year||
This pamphlet analysis and illustrates the results of the elections held in 1981, in which the government offered the SAIC to the Indian people. The liberatory movement introduced the Dont Vote Campaign and about 90% of the people boycotted the elections.
|APDUSA Bulletin 4: Dont vote! its not a crime||
This pamphlet wishes to clear some fears and anxieties of those members with regards to the consequences of them not casting a vote or registration to vote. Some of the fears that face the members are that they will lose their homes, pension, and various grants.
|APDUSA Bulletin 5: War on sellouts!||
In this pamphlet APDUSA expresses their concerns over the results of the elections on August 22 and 28 1984 ; as well as what the consequences will be of those that choose to vote in the elections.
|APDUSA Bulletin 7: A who's who of sellouts!||
In this pamphlet APDUSA wishes to round off its dont vote campaign by naming and giving a short description of those candidates standing for the elections on August 22 and 28 1984.
|APDUSA Bulletin 8: APDUSA salutes the people||
With the elections of the tricameral parliament now over, APDUSA expresses its satisfaction with the results. These results reflect an overwhelming rejection of the new constitution and shows that members proved their unity and support to the movement.
|National Indian Council another trap||
At the outset, APDUSA mentions how it warned its people of the dangers of accepting the formation of police reserves and that this warning was warmly received and the formation was thus unsuccessful.
|Police reserves are traps||
This pamphlet discusses the formation of police reserves, and APDUSA examines the so-called reasons for the formation of the police reserves as been lies, and feels strongly that it is more of an attempt to deceive and split the unity of the oppressed.
|APDUSA Bulletin 1: Don't vote!||
This pamphlet aims to plead to those involved in the liberatory movement to consider carefully before taking the decision to vote or to boycott for their new candidates in the House of Representatives and in the House of Delegates.
|Where do we stand?: APDUSA and a nation free of race hatred and oppression||
APDUSA shows concern in how the Herrenvolk and the Broederbond, and particularly in the Western province, attempts to split-up the Non-Whites into various groups with their own policeman-chiefs.
|African People's Democratic Union of Southern Africa: Draft Constitution||
Draft Constitution of the African People's Democratic Union of Southern Africa.
|Youth and the building of the nation||
Opening address by I B Tabata, to the 1st Conference of the Society of Young Africa (SOYA) held on 20th December 1951. This is an important stage in which the Non-European Unity Movement (NEUM) has reached in their political development; it is here that SOYA is been formed.
|The philosophy tenets and traditions of NEUM||
A presidential address delivered at the 9th Conference of the Non-European Unity Movement (NEUM).It is noted that this conference has been convened at the most crucial moment in the history of the oppressed of South Africa.
|Apdusa Views October 1991|
|Apdusa Views March 1984|
|Birth of APDUSA Views|
|Elections under the new constitution|