Thumbnail Titlesort descending Description
United Democratic Front statement on the second round of talks about talks

Statement made after the United Democratic Front is deeply encouraged by the outcome of the latest round of talks about talks between the African National Congress and the government.

University Report: BBC African Service, no. 134, 1971
VAT - another government blunder
Verwoerd's South African "Commonwealth" solution

A moderate view.

Views on a constitution making body

Views on a constitution making body tabled by the South African Government at a Codesa Working Group 2.

Wage Board to investigate fish processing industry
We are proved right
Wecoming Delegates to the African Rennaisance Conference (KZN)
West Bank Reality
Western areas
What then shall we do? from our postbag.
Where do we go from here?
Why should we die, we black people, if we respect our government?
Why we organise

Statement which explains why they organize and what does the term organisation means for them, methods of organisation and new conditions, new methods, same task and same approach.

Windhoek diary
Wiseman Khuzwayo Report
Women talk votes and power
Work In Progress No 54 June/July 1988
Work In Progress No 67, June 1990
Workers resist controls on our union

Article about how the government and the bosses tried to prevent the workers from organising and how they tried to weaken any organisation the workers establish. Also about the democratic control of the Union by the workers and only by the workers.


544 records found.