UMKHONTO WE SIZWE

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"Now the enemy is afraid of the people"
"Our morale has never been higher"
"We are inspired ..."
"We shall mount the offensive"
1976 to the present
A can of worms in Lusaka: the imprisonment of Hubert Sipho Mbeje
A Literature of wolves
Address by Umkhonto We Sizwe Army Commander, Comrade Joe Modise at MK Military Seminar

Speech by Joe Modise at an Umkhonto we Sizwe Military Seminar, Lusaka, Zambia, 25-26 April 1990. Examines the history of the MK and looks at strategies for expansion.

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ANC National Conference, July 1991, Durban: Adopted resolution MK

Resolution regarding the Umkhonto we Sizwe at the African National Congress Conference in Durban, July 2-6, 1991. Resolves that it will remain in active struggle until the adoption of a democratic constitution.

Dawn

The official policy of the African National Congress was one of non-violence.

Dawn 1988

Dawn, a monthly journal by the Umkhonto we Sizwe, documented the guerilla attacks on strategic targets within the Republic.

Dawn Souvenir Issue - 25th anniversary of MK 1986

Dawn, a monthly journal by the Umkhonto we Sizwe, documented the guerilla attacks on strategic targets within the Republic.

Dawn Souvenir Issue 1986
Dawn Souvenir Issue December 1986

Dawn, a monthly journal by the Umkhonto we Sizwe, documented the guerilla attacks on strategic targets within the Republic. A souvenir issue to mark the 25th anniversary of MK.

Dawn Supplement to Volume 7 Number 9 September/October 1983

Dawn, a monthly journal by the Umkhonto we Sizwe, documented the guerilla attacks on strategic targets within the Republic.

Dawn Volume 1 Number 1 1988
Dawn Volume 10 No 1 1986

Dawn, a monthly journal by the Umkhonto we Sizwe, documented the guerilla attacks on strategic targets within the Republic.

Dawn Volume 10 No 2 1986

Dawn, a monthly journal by the Umkhonto we Sizwe, documented the guerilla attacks on strategic targets within the Republic.

Dawn Volume 10 No 3 1986

Dawn, a monthly journal by the Umkhonto we Sizwe, documented the guerilla attacks on strategic targets within the Republic.

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