UNITED DEMOCRATIC FRONT
|Resource document for all going to Namibia especially drivers||
Resource document for all going to namibia especially drivers regarding emergency telephone numbers, contact numbers in Namibia and route to Namibia
|SADF in the townships - player or referee?|
Search warrant to search the United Democratic Front premises and to seize articles such as documents, minutes, correspondence, video-cassettes, related to the activities of the UDF, TIC, NIC,RMC, AYCO, SOYCO and FEDSAW with regard to the Commission of the offence of treason.
|Sharpeville 21 March 1960||
Article regarding the Sharpeville 21 March 1960. 5 000 people gathered at the Sharpeville police station near Johannesburg to start the Pan Africanist Congress campaign as a result 69 people lay dead 180 were wounded.
|Should we enter Parliament?||
Article by the United Democratic Front asking wheter they should enter the Parliament, they also state reasons why they cannot enter.
|Should we participate in tri-cameralism? A position promoting the idea||
An article about whether or not to participate in a tri-cameralism, a writer starts off by saying that, entering parliament, is not a priniciple move, but rather a change of tactic and they remain committed to the realisation of the people's demands as stipulated in the Freedom Charter.
|Socialism under attack: the national democratic struggle|
|South African Youth Congress discussion paper towards restructuring the United Democratic Front, building of a formidable foundation for National unity||
South African Youth Congress discussion paper towards restructuring the United Democratic Front, building of a formidable foundation for National unity
|Speech at the African National Congress welcome rally||
Speech delivered by the General Secretary at the African National Congress welcome rally in Cape Town, when the ANC welcomes the changing situation within South Africa, the release of the leaders, the unbanning of the African National Congress and other organisations.
|Speech delivered by Comrade Mandla Dlamini||
Speech delivered by Comrade Mandla Dlamini from the United Democratic Front (Southern Transvaal) at Nelspruit Rally he felt it was a matter of great honour that they stood there to celebrate their heroic day of workers the 1st of May.
|Speech delivered by Popo Molefe at SAUJS National Seminar||
Speech delivered by Popo Molefe at SAUJS National Seminar, he speaks about the apartheid regime how it has survived for forty two years, the policy of the ANC and then he concludes by listing the main tasks facing the oganisation.
|Spotlight on the northern Cape|
|State of emergency||
Article by the United Democratic Front discussing the state of emergency.
|Statement by business leaders||
Statement by business leaders regarding the thought that the state had sufficient powers in the vast array of existing draconian security legislation to cope.
|Statement by community organisations||
Statement by community organisations as they think that government loses control daily and its attempts to retain power become increasingly desperate.
|Statement by education organisations on the Public Safety Bill and the Internal Security Bill||
Statement by education organisations on the Public Safety Bill and the Internal Security Bill
|Statement by Legal organisations on the Public Safety Bill and the Internal Security Bill||
Statement by Legal organisations on the Public Safety Bill and the Internal Security Bill
|Statement by Mass Democratic Movement on Winnie Mandela||
Statement made by the Mass Democratic Movement on Winnie Mandela at the press conference which was called after the culminating of community meetings in Soweto and throughout the country.
|Statement by Minister for Foreign Affairs, Mr Taro Nakayama||
Statement by Minister for Foreign Affairs, Mr Taro Nakayama regarding the election of the new State President in South Africa
|Statement by Mr D J Louis Nel, Deputy Minister of Information||
Statement by Mr D J Louis Nel, Deputy Minister of information regarding a certain press reports and editorial comment, to the effect that the government is asking parliament for additional powers for the police because it has no intention to resolve political and other grievances by reforms or ne