|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.
|United Democratic Front Press Cuttings|
|United Democratic Front International Youth Year co-ordinating Committee: brief report to regions||
United Democratic Front International Youth Year co-ordinating Committee: brief report to regions.United Democratic Front delivered a blow to the racist Botha's regime grand reform plan, ie the tri-racial parliament and the black local Authorities act
|United Democratic Front comment on the proposed National Council Bill||
Press statement regarding United Democratic Front comment on the proposed National Council bill.
|Uhuru or Umtata?|
|U. D. I.|
|Two views on Capricorn I: towards a common citizenship|
|Two sides of a leaf|
Troika has built and soldsome forty houses in the Tongaat area. Former caneland near Fairbreeze has been transformed into a beautiful, modern township. More such townships are to follow.....
|Transkei self-government - To the Right of "Neo-Colonialism"||
Opponents of the government's policy for the Transkei tend to divide into two camps.
|Transformation of the United Democratic Front||
A brief contribution to the ongoing discussion on the transformation of the United Democratic Front.It focuses on a number of issues which represents what could become the broad orientation of the United Democratic Front.
|TRAC (Transvaal Rural Action Committee) Newsletter Number 23 August 1992|
|TRAC (Transvaal Rural Action Committee) Newsletter Number 21 April 1992|
|TRAC (Transvaal Rural Action Committee) Newsletter Number 12 February 1987|
|TRAC (Transvaal Rural Action Committee) Newsletter Number 10 April 1986|
|Towards a climax|
|Top level talks in Portugal: divide and rule won't work|
|To all residents of Soweto, hostels, Reef and Pretoria, we say: remember you are all Blacks||
The circular issued by the Soweto Students' Representative Council, in English, Zulu and a translation into Afrikaans, is an appeal to all residents of Soweto and surrounding areas to stop fighting amongst themselves and guard against the tactics of the government which cause division amongst Bl
|Those the Gods Wish to Destroy|
|This law is in danger|