SOUTH WEST AFRICAN PEOPLES ORGANISATION
|Women in the ANC and SWAPO: sexual abuse of young women in the ANC camps|
|A message from the Administrator-General of Namibia and the Special Representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations to all SWAPO personnel||
Circular from the Administrator-General of Namibia to SWAPO soldiers to lay down their weapons and return to Angola giving them an undertaking of safety if they return to Namibia peacefully.
|A Question of truthfulness|
|Chapter fourteen: Namibia|
|Discussions between the Honourable Prime Minister and the Secretary General of the United Nations during a working lunch at the Castle on 23 August 1983||
Report of discussions between the South African Prime Minister and the United Nations Secretary General about the independence of Namibia and the role of the United Nations
|Free to vote for SWAPO|
|Inligting gids vir SWAPO kiesers||
Booklet containing the information guide for voters of SWAPO general comments regarding the election procedure.
|Intelligence Report about SWAPO in Ovamboland|
|Korttermynstrategie vir Angola||
Memorandum from the Chief of the South African Defence Force to the Chairman, State Security Council, detailing guidelines for the formulation of a short term total national strategy regarding Angola, including an action plan.
|Letter from Chester A Crocker to Mr Minister||
Letter from Chester Crocker questioning the announcement by the Administrator-General in Namibia that SWAPO gueriillas returning to Angola will be thoroughly interrogated about their activities and knowledge of possible arms caches.
|Letter from P W Botha, State President of the Republic of South Africa to His Excellency Dr K D Kaunda, President of the Republic of Zambia||
Letter from the State President of South African to the President of Zambia, requesting that he assist in the transition process by pressurising SWAPO to withdraw all armed forces from Namibia
|Letter from P W Botha, State President of the Republic of South Africa, to His Excellency Mr Kenneth D Kaunda, President of the Republic of Zambia||
Letter from the President of South Africa to the President of Zambia informing him of the insurgence of troops from Angola into Namibia and the impact this will have on the peace process. Includes a letter from R F Botha to the Secretary-General of the United Nations.
|Letter from R F Botha, Minister of Foreign Affairs, South Africa, to His Excellency Mr Javier Perez de Cuellar, Secretary-General of the United Nations, New York||
A letter from the Minister of Foreign Affairs to the United Nataions Secretary-General to report the cross border insurgence by SWAPO from Angola into Namibia for the purpose of establishing bases, in contravention of signed Agreements.
|Letter from Zithulele N Cindi to the South West African Peoples Organisation (SWAPO)||
A letter of invitation from Zithulele N Cindi, Black Peoples Convention, to the South West African Peoples Organisation (SWAPO) to attend the 2nd Annual Congress of the Black Peoples Convention, as observers
|Lusaka Conference between MPC, Swapo and Administrator-General, 11-13 May 1984||
A report from the Lusaka Conference where discussions took place among the leaders of South West Africa for a negotiated settlement in the territory
|Message from Mr Carlos Aldana to Mr van Heerden||
Correspondence from Mr Aldana to Mr Neil van Heerden regarding the reported insurgence of SWAPO troops into Angola. Included is a letter from Mr Robin Renwick, British Embassy, Cape Town to Mr van Heerden
|Message from the Permanent Representative, New York, to D W Auret, Cape Town||
Following on from Cuban protest about the announcement by the Namibian Administrator-General that SWAPO guerillas returning to Angola would be interrogated, Mr van Heerden sent a mesaage to Mr Aldana that there would be no interrogations and SWAPO would have freedom of passage for an extended per
|Message of the Honourable R F Botha, Minister of Foreign Affairs, to the Governments of the United States, Angola and Zambia: 6 March 1984||
Message from Pik Botha, Minister of Foreign Affairs to the Governments of the United States, Angola and Zambia Iinforming them that due to the infilitration of a large number of SWAPO terrorists into Namibia, the South African forces will be remain in southern Angola until the Angolan authorities
|Message to Angolan Government from the South African Government, 3 April 1981||
Message from the South African Government to the Angolan Government, informing them of information indicating an increase of military activity by SWAPO in southern Angola and stating that the SA Government reserves the right to take appropriate action against SWAPO.
|MUM Congress supports SWAPO|