POLITICAL PARTIES

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Probing the mind of white SA
Prohibition of Political Interference Act, Act No 51 of 1968

The Act was to prohibit intereference by one population group in the politics of any other population group and the receipt by political parties of financial assistance from abroad

Proposed terms of Joint agreement - NIC and CBSIA

Since the year 1933 there has been a serious division of opinion in the Indian community.....

Quizzing the candidates
Reconstruction begins

Zambian elections.

Regional reports
Reject PFP
Review article: Sobukwe and the PAC
Rider and horse in Northern Rhodesia
Right and Left flex political muscle
Rural communities' message to World Trade Centre negotiators: No land, no rural vote
SACP: out of the black and into the red
SAIC - participation or boycott
Sellouts have no following

What is significant about this array of 'leaders' that De Klerk has assembled is that he (and Pik Botha) have carefully groomed the home-lands/Bantustan/tricameral collaborators...

Slabbert, IDASA and the DP
Smith's blank cheque

The overwhelming victory of the Rhodesian Front, led by strong-man Ian Smith, in the Colony's general elections on 7th May 1965, meant the end of the multi-racial opposition Rhodesian Party led by David Butler.

Some comments on one-party systems in Africa
Some Conclusions on the Natal Violence
South Africa Freedom Day
South Africa in Transition: The Five Freedoms Conference

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