STATE OF EMERGENCY
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|Memorandum delivered to De Klerk||
Memorandum delivered to President De Klerk by Rev Chikane, Rev Boesak and Archbishop Tutu outlining six points that they felt the South African Government should take to promote negotiation and to dismantle apartheid.
|Putting the screws on|
|Isizwe the nation: Journal of the United Democratic Front Volume 1 Number 1, 1985||
Journal of the United Democratic Front discussing: tasks of the UDF in the state of emergency, convention alliance, on discipline, unemployment and UDF and the international struggle.
|2 Emergencies 1960 and 1986|
|The tasks of the Democratic Movement in the State of Emergency|
|Grassroots Volume 6 Number 11 December 1985||
A non-profit community newsletter.
|SANS calls for lifting State of Emergency|
|Stop assaults and detentions|
|Boycott - FOSATU and other unions put their muscle behind a country-wide consumer boycott||
FOSATU together with the Food and Canning Workers Union, the Commercial Catering and Allied Workers Union, the General Workers Union, the Cape Town Municipal Workers Association and the National Union of Mineworkers have decided to put their weight behind a national consumer boycott in protest at
|Over 1 500 detained since July 20||
One of the major reasons for the State President, PW Botha, declaring a State of Emergency in 36 magisterial districts was to justify the mass detentions of some 1 500 people since July 20.
|Mass detentions, now a curfew||
Using the special powers granted to it by the declaration of a State of Emergency, the South African Police has declared a curfew in a number of Eastern Cape townships.
|Descom Bulletin No 9, November 1985|