|The land shall be shared|
|The Freedom Charter as adopted at the Congress of the People on 26 June 1955|
|The people shall govern|
|The Cosatu Declaration|
|The church and the struggle for a democratic alternative||
Paper presented at the Diakonia workshop held on May 19, 1988, calling for the renewal and transformation of the Church as a site of struggle as part of the national democratic struggle.
|Health and the Freedom Charter|
|The Freedom Charter - for and against|
|Metal unions merge toward 1 union 1 industry|
|The Trial takes shape|
|The Trial takes shape (III)|
|The Same boat|
|South Africa's struggle for democracy|
|The Freedom Charter|
|Discussion Paper on the transformation of the United Democratic Front||
Discussion Paper on the transformation of the United Democratic Front and the future of UDF.
|Immediate prospect for SACP||
Article in Voice of Women , Number 3, 1983, on the immediate prospect for SACP. It discusses the Suppression of Communist Act of 1950, the Freedom Charter, Sharpeville 1966.
|ANC lines up a new constitution for South Africa||
South Africa declares that the elimanation of apartheid and the creation of a truly just and democratic South Africa requires a constitution based on various principles eg. state, franchise, national identity etc.
|Fourth anniversary of the United Democratic Front: four fighting years||
Article regarding United Democratic Front fourth anniversary. During this period UDF managed to draw together disparate and often unco-ordinated forces in the mass-based democratic movement into a mighty national anti-apartheid front.
|Should we participate in tri-cameralism? A position promoting the idea||
An article about whether or not to participate in a tri-cameralism, a writer starts off by saying that, entering parliament, is not a priniciple move, but rather a change of tactic and they remain committed to the realisation of the people's demands as stipulated in the Freedom Charter.
|Transformation of the United Democratic Front into a new broad Front||
This article discusses the relevence of UDF, its future and the issue of UDF politics.