|South Africa: Implications for The West, and Policy Options|
|South Africa and the World: Home Thoughts from Abroad|
|Statement of the National Executive Committee of the African National Congress||
Statement of the National Executive Committee of the African National Congress, reporting back on a meeting held in Lusaka, Zambia, in February 1990 regarding F W de Klerk's speech of 2nd February 1990.
|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.
|Paris sanctions conference hears African National Congress of South Africa||
ANC press release regarding a statement by Oliver R Tambo, ANC President, to the International Conference on sanctions against South Africa. States that sanctions should not be seen as a way of reforming apartheid, but rather as a weapon against the apartheid government.
|"... but this is a people robbed and plundered ..."|
Extract from a paper presented to the International YMCA Conference in Zimbabwe 1986
|Commission for Justice and Reconciliation: economic measures against apartheid and the challenge to the church||
Pamphlet of the Commission for Justice and Reconciliation regarding economic measures such as sanctions, trade embargoes and disinvestment against apartheid and the challenge to the church
Pamphlet about the comparison between responses made to calls for sanctions against Argentina and South Africa. Note that large sections of the text are barely legible
|New Age Vol.9 No.562 Nov. 1962|
|New Age Vol.8 No.6 Nov. 1961|
|New Age Vol.8 No.8 Dec. 1961|
|New Age Vol.7 No.5 Nov. 1960|
|New Age Vol.5 No.29 May. 1959|
|New Age Vol.3 No.3357 Jun. 1957|
|Korttermynstrategie vir Zimbabwe-Rhodesië||
Appendix D: Memorandum about the South African government's short term national strategy for Zimbabwe, including task lists
|The road to slavery|
|Letter from Moses Mabhida, General Secretary, SACP, to the Central Committee, Communist Party of the United States of America||
Letter from Moses Mabhida to the Communist Party of the United States of America rejecting the announcement that sanctions against South Africa are to be eased