|Chapter sixteen: Namibia|
|What the United Nations is doing|
|1982: Year of international mobilisation for sanctions against South Africa||
Address by the African National Congress to the United Nations General Assembly regarding sanctions against South Africa.
|South Africa is main base of imperialism||
Speech delivered by I B Tabata to the Fourth Committee of the United Nations.
|Address on the Sixth National Day of Affirmation and Human Freedom in the Great Hall, University of the Witwatersrand. Thursday, 6th June, 1968||
Address by Dr Alan Paton on the Sixth National Day of Affirmation and Human Freedom in the Great Hall, University of the Witwatersrand. Thursday, 6th June, 1968.
|An address delivered to the United Nations Committee||
Address delivered by I B Tabata to the United Nations Committee in Lusaka, Zambia. Covers the problem of the colonies and the Protectorates. Argues that these subjects cannot be adequately dealt with without addressing the problem of South Africa.
|Lagos Declaration against apartheid||
The World Conference for action against apartheid, organised by the United Nations, in co-operation with the Organisation of African Unity and the Federal Government of Nigeria met in Nigeria and after discussion adopted a declaration against apartheid.
|The United Nations in Africa|
|Observer Delegation Report: Brazzaville Talks, 25-28 September 1988||
Report on talks held in Brazzaville with regard to negotiations for the elections, logistics and other preparations for Namibian independence as well as national reconciliation and economic development.
|Namibian independence talks: Meeting at the Mulungushi Conference Hall, Lusaka, 11-13 May 1984||
Report on Namibian independence talks, and implementation of UN Security Council 435, held in Lusaka in May 1984.
|Visit of His Excellency Javier Perez de Cuellar, Secretary-General of the United Nations, to South West Africa/Namibia: 25-26 August 1983||
Report on the visit of the Secreatry-General of the United Nations to South Africa to discuss the independence of Namibia/South West Africa.
|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
|Editorial: Doing Their Damnedest|
|Mr. Nehru and Goa|
|South West Africa|
|The Report of the U.N. Committee of Experts on South Africa|
|Statement by the President of the African National Congress of South Africa,on the occasion of the launching of the international year against apartheid||
Statement by Oliver R Tambo, President of the ANC, on the occasion of the launching of the International Year Against Apartheid at the United Nations Organisation in New York in 1978.
|Statement of the African National Congress of South Africa to the Ad Hoc Committee on Human Rights||
Statement of the ANC to the Ad Hoc Committee on Human Rights of the United Nations on how the imperialist powers opposed fundamental Human Rights resolutions regarding South Africa and other parts of Africa and requests action to be taken against member states who defy UN resolutions.
|New Age Vol.8 No.30 May. 1962|
|Verbatim Minutes: Meeting, Cape Town, 7th April 1977||
Minutes of an international meeting with the South African Prime Minister, Minister of Foreign Affairs and the Ambassadors of Canada, France, Federal Republic of Germany, United Kingdom and United States of America to discuss the independence of Namibia by way of an internationally acceptable set