|General administration of the Black Peoples Convention||
General administration of the Black Peoples Convention document that includes the Constitution and general administrative guidelines
|ANC guidelines on a Constitution|
|Guidelines for constitutional change in South Africa||
Document outlining the basic elements of constitutional change in South Africa, disclosed by Prime Minister P W Botha on 31st July, 1982. Includes diagram of Central Government structure.
|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.
|Self rule in the Transkei: a monstrous fraud||
The Bantu Authorities in Transkei have accepted a constitution, which the Unity Movement is unhappy about; to which this document ensures continued domination of the Transkei by the Republic of South Africa.
|Congress of Traditional Leaders of South Africa (COTRALESA) Constitution|
|Workers must discuss how guidelines add to Freedom Charter|
|ANC lines up a new constitution for South Africa|
|ANC guidelines on future South Africa - call to workers to discuss constitution|
|Notes of meeting of ANC Constitutional group||
Handwritten notes taken by Jack Simons at a meeting of the African National Congress Constitutional Group to discuss the current situation and the ANC's tasks. Kader Asmal, Pallo Jordan and Dullah Omar present.
|Comments on constitutional proposals||
Annotated notes by Jack Simons commenting on the proposals for the Constitution, prepared for the African National Congress Headquarters.
|Memorandum to the NEC by the Constitution Committee||
Memorandum to the African National Congress National Executive Committee by the Constitution Committee. Attached is a proposed text for a document on the Foundations of Government in a Democratic South Africa.
|Proposals for a National Front||
Memorandum from the African National Congress Constitutional Committee putting forward proposals for a National Front. Concerned with the question of how to ensure that the government of a liberated South Africa will carry out the will of the people.
|The "constitutional" fallacy|
|A.N.C. Secretary Duma Nokwe analyses fifty years of the Union of South Africa: Ex unitate vires|
|The reluctant republicans|
|Editorial: We've got to get rid of the Nats!|
|Central African Federation|
|Searchlight on the Liberal Party|
|Pastoral letter of the Southern African Catholic Bishops Conference : the municipal elections of October 26, 1988||
Letter of the President and members of the Southern African Catholic Bishops Conference regarding the municipal elections of October 26, 1988.