MASS DEMOCRATIC MOVEMENT
|United Democratic Front Newspaper Articles|
|Mass Democratic Movement defiance plea for restraint|
|Statement by Mass Democratic Movement on Winnie Mandela||
Statement made by the Mass Democratic Movement on Winnie Mandela at the press conference which was called after the culminating of community meetings in Soweto and throughout the country.
|Releases a victory for the people||
Statement by Congress of South African Trade Unions and the United Democratic Front on behalf of the Mass Democratic Movement regarding their release which is also a victory for the international solidarity movement.
|Assessment of the current political situation and the way forward||
Assessment of the current political situation and the way forward by the African National Congress Political Military Committee. Examines policies and trends of the ruling class, developments in mass struggles, the state of the Mass Democratic Movement, and the way forward.
|Problem areas within the Mass Democratic Movement||
Report from the African National Congress Political Military Committee on problems within the Mass Democratic Movement, such as factionalism, and conflicts in KTC and Pietermaritzburg.
|Political Action Committee report||
Report of the Political Action Committee to the 62nd Annual Congress of the National Union of South African Students, University of Natal, Pietermaritzburg, 2-7 Dec 1984. Discusses various aspects of the political role of the National Union.
|Faith in the struggle|
|Building the anti-apartheid coalition|
|Building unity in action - the workers' summit|
Phambili, published by the Phambili Collective in Johannesburg, was a short lived publication comprising 3 issues published during 1988 and 1989.
|Negotiating a path to power|
|Organise to defeat "Group Areas"|
|The tasks of the Democratic Movement in the State of Emergency|
|New mood in white community|
|Election results leave govt with limited options|
|Towards one nation|
|People were hurt, admits unlikely star Wessels|
|Involving whites in the demolition of apartheid|