|Non-racial democracy: the policies of the Liberal Party of South Africa|
|Northern Rhodesia's time for change|
|Nusas Congress Speeches, 1981: A Call for democracy||
Speeches concerning NUSAS Congress held on 1981, addressing issues like,the students movement in the struggle for democracy, students initiatives in Universities, Students and the broader Community and democracy at work.
|NUSAS resumÃƒÂ© 1981||
Record of some of the main events that the National Union of South African Students initiated or was involved in during 1981, in particular, political events and continuing state repression.
|Onderhandeling en demokrasie in Suid-Afrika (Article written in Afrikaans)|
|Only One Way|
|Organisation & Strategies of the Major Resistance Movements in the Negotiation Era||
Transition to democracy : policy perspectives 1991
|Out of the strike|
|People's Education is a Democratic Education|
|Policies and politics in the Gold Coast|
|Praat politiek (article written in Afrikaans)|
|Presidential Address to the Black Sash National Conference held at Cape Town, 1994||
Opening Address by National President Jenny De Tolly at the Black Sash National Conference held at Cape Town on 29 July 1994, discussing: Multi-party Negotiations, new government structure, local government, democracy, constitution, ANC majority, RDP.
|Presidential Address to the Black Sash National Conference held at Natal Midlands, 1993||
Opening address by National President Jenny De Tolly at National Conference held at Natal Midlands on 30 March 1993, discussing: negotiations, democracy, violence, economic crime and corruption, ethics.
|Probing the mind of white SA|
|PUBLIC LAUNCH OF THE LEGAL SOUTH AFRICAN COMMUNIST PARTY|
|Pushing democracy a la United Nations|
|Rajiv Gandhi calls for single parliament in SA|
Speech delivered by Joe Slovo the General Secretary of the South African Communist Party (SACP) at the Rally in Lentegeur Stadium, Mitchell's Plain.
|Reform, resistance and the end of apartheid: 1976 - 1994/The negotiations process/Apartheid in Decline|