UMKHONTO WE SIZWE
|Politics and the army||
Paper delivered by Steve Tshwete to the African National Congress Department of Political Education Workshop in Lusaka, 23-28 February, 1988. Outlines the role of Umkhonto we Sizwe.
|Report on recruitment||
Incomplete report from a Cape Town underground unit of the African National Congress on recruitment. Includes paragraph on work among women and American aid in Africa.
|Richard "Barney" Molokoane|
|Rule of security defence and code of conduct: Introduction - let us defend our ANC and our people||
Memorandum, possibly compliled by Joe Slovo, about the rule of security defence and code of conduct for ANC. Note that the document is barely legible.
|Sawing electric pylons|
|Security: a hot debate in mid-winter|
|Statement of the National Executive Committee of the African National Congress||
Statement by the National Executive Committee of the ANC on the situation in South Africa and the conduct of armed struggle in South Africa in the past six months. Concern expressed over the spate of attacks on civilians.
|Statement of the National Executive Committee of the ANC on some questions of the unity of the patriotic forces of South Africa||
ANC National Executive Committee statement on some questions of the unity of the patriotic forces of South Africa. Published with false cover (Pen Pals Wanted).
|Statement on the expulsion from the ANC of South Africa||
Statement on the expulsion from the ANC (SA) of T Bonga, A M Makiwane, G M Mbele, A K Mqota, P Ngakane, T X Makiwane, O K Setlhapelo. Includes list of resolutions.
|Strategies of Repression in the State of Emergency||
Article by the United Democratic Front on the State of Emergency and the counter-revolutionary forces in the townships.
|The adventurer episode|
|The ANC Conference: from Kabwe to Johannesburg|
|The demand of the time|
|The first known explosion|
|The happiest moment in my life|
|The Killing fields of Southern Africa|
|The least dramatic contribution|
|The longest three minutes in my life|
|The making of a saint||
An obituary for Reverend Mandla Msibi who was popularly known as Blackman
|The military code of Umkhonto we Sizwe|