|"... but this is a people robbed and plundered ..."|
|"Act in unity and unite in action"|
|"Positive" action to help Blacks|
|"The tide is turning" - Dr Buthelezi|
|1982: Year of international mobilisation for sanctions against South Africa||
Address by the African National Congress to the United Nations General Assembly regarding sanctions against South Africa.
|500 000 jobs lost: the real cost of sanctions|
|A Tory looks at Federation|
|Africa and the British electorate|
|Africa wants an answer||
Are the communists trying to have it both ways?.
|African National Congress statement: International Conference of Trade Unions on sanctions and other actions against the apartheid regime in South Africa||
African National Congress statement on the International Conference of Trade Unions on Sanctions and other actions against the apartheid regime in South Africa.
|An alternative to sanctions: the path of peaceful change|
|Archbishop Desmond Tutu: his personal support for sanctions|
|Blacks are the losers as US companies pull out|
|Botha and the bosses will suffer, not us|
|Botha's new "weapon"||
President P W Botha has discovered a new weapon in his attempts to combat the increasing international pressure for economic sanctions against South Africa.
|Britain and the crisis in Rhodesia: military intervention the essential factor||
Sanctions cannot set Rhodesia on the road to democratic rule.
|British unions back economic sanctions|
|Call for sanctions against South Africa:Address to the International Conference against Sanctions, Paris, May 21, 1981||
Paper presented by Oliver Thambo at the International Conference of Sanctions against South Africa, held in Paris on May 21, 1981. It covers the purpose of sanctions, and an appeal by ANC.
|Call to Archbishop Tutu "Consult the Black masses..."|