|Address to the 8th National Congress of SACP||
Address by Jay Naidoo, General Secretary of COSATU to the 8th National Congress of the South African Communist Party
|Address to the Nation by ANC President, 13 April 1993||
Transcript of Nelson Mandela's address to nation on Chris Hani's assassination (13 April 1993)
|Address to the National Conference of the Black Sash held at Cape Town, 1983||
Address to the National Conference of the Black Sash by Allan Boesak on the 10 March 1983, discussing: Apartheid, theology, total onslaught, police action, South African Council of Churches, Pass Laws, prisons, detentions.
|Address to the staff and students of the Lenin Party School||
Speech made by Jack Simons to the staff and students of the Lenin Party School at the closing ceremony of the 1981-1982 academic year and in celebration of the School's 20th anniversary. Covers the history of the school and Leninism. Possibly only the first page of the speech.
|Address to the workshop on fundraising Harare 26 to 27 May 1990 by T.T Nkobi, Treasurer General||
Address to the workshop on fundraising Harare 26 to 27 May 1990 by T.T Nkobi, Treasurer General regarding the urgent need for funds.
|Address, Day of Affirmation, University of Cape Town, June 6th, 1966||
Text of the address made by Senator Robert F Kennedy at the Day of Affirmation of Academic and Human Freedom, University of Cape Town, 6 June 1966.
|Adress delivered by J H Hofmeyr|
|An address by the General-Secretary of the South African Communist Party||
Address by Moses Mabhida to miliant partisans at Luanda on 26th July 1981 to mark the 60th anniversary of the SACP. Discusses the statement by the government that the country is engaged in a 'Total War'. Outlines the history of the SACP, the Party's programme and immediate objectives.
|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.
|An exercise in Crystal-gazing: Address given by professor H.L. Watts at the Black Sash National Annual Conference held at Pietermaritzburg||
South Africa, 2000 A.D. An exercise in Crystal-gazing: Address given by professor H.L.
|ANC International Solidarity Conference, Arusha, 1-4 December 1987: Message||
Message delivered by Teodata Hunguana, Minister of Information, People's Republic of Mozambique, at the African National Congress International Solidarity Conference in Arusha, 1-4 December 1987.
|Apartheid: a crisis of the Christian conscience||
The Alfred and Winifred Hoernle Memorial Lecture, 1964, delivered by Denis Hurley under the auspices of the South African Institute of Race Relations examines the Christian ethic and the South African situation
|At what cost to the generation of protest?||
Opening address given by George Bizos at the 58th NUSAS Congress in November 1980.
|Bantustans, Colouredstans and Indianstans||
Speech delivered by L. Mqotsi at the African People's Democratic Union of South Africa Conference.
|Beyond reform: the challenge of change - NUSAS July festival speeches||
Speeches presented at the NUSAS July festival held at the University of Cape Town which include speeches about State strategy regarding constitutional proposals, Bantustans, educational struggle, community organisation and worker organisation.
|Beyond the stereotype: the SACP in the past, present and future||
Speech made by Joe Slovo at the University of the Western Cape Conference to mark the 70th anniversary of the SACP. (incomplete)
|Black Consciousness Movement of South Africa: speech given to the assembly of the IUEF, held in Geneva, 22 November 1975||
The address outlines the role of the Black Conciousness Movement in the 1976 Soweto uprising and emphasises the need for action for liberation.
|Black Consciousness, Black Power||
A speech to Black students about Black Consciousness
|Black Consciousness: Its significance and role in the life of the Community||
Black conciousness implies the total involvement of all opressed people to recreate new value systems which will free Blacks from the bonds of self-imposed slavery accruing out of living in a racist society.
|Black Peoples Convention: National Congress Address by the President, Mr T S Farisani||
Black Peoples Convention: National Congress Address by the President, Mr T S Farisani. The address discusses issues such as social welfare, industry, trade and commerce in a future free Azania. Includes a poem on committment.