Statements

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Statement of the National Executive Committee of the National Executive Committee announcing the dissolution of the United Democratic Front

Statement of the National Executive Committee of the National Executive Committee announcing the dissolution of the United Democratic Front.

Statement of the South African Indian Congress to the Members of the United Nations

Statement of the South African Indian Congress to the Members of the United Nations

Statement of the United Democratic Front General Secretary to the AGM

Statement of the United Democratic Front General Secretary to the AGM of the South African Health Workers Congress held on the 1st of July in Durban.

Statement of the United Democratic Front General Secretary to the Annual General Meeting of the South African Health Workers Congress

Statement of the United Democratic Front General Secretary to the Annual General Meeting of the South African Health Workers Congress held on 1st July in Durban.

Statement of the United Democratic Front in response to President De Klerk's opening of parliament speech on February 1st 1991

Statement of the United Democratic Front in response to President De Klerk's opening of parliament speech on February 1st 1991

Statement of the United Democratic Front National General Council

Statement of the National General Council meeting held on the 5th to 7th April 1985 where more than 300 delegates attended the meeting in Azaadville.

Statement of the United Democratic Front on death of Victoria Myenge

Statement of the United Democratic Front on death of Victoria Myenge who was the member of the United Democratic Front and she was the victim of crime.

Statement on Alleged Indian Penetration

controversy has arisen in regard to the nature and the implications of the assurance given to the Minister of the Interior....

Statement on AZAPO: United Democratic Front conflict

Statement on AZAPO regarding United Democratic Front conflict.

Statement on Death of Johannes Ngalo

Statement on Death of Johannes Ngalo, issued by Detainees Support Committee, DPSC and United Democratic Front regarding the death of Johannes Bonakele Ngalo after few hours in police custody.

Statement on Israel's Invasion of Lebanon
Statement on Le Grange's Bill

Statement on Le Grange's Bill as the government loses control daily and its attemps to retain power become increasingly desperate.

Statement on the alleged question of the penetration to the Hon. The Minister of the Interior by The Natal Indian Congress with a copy of the Trading & Occupation of Land (Transvaal and Natal) Restriction Bill

To all men of Goodwill this carefully reasoned statement is unanswerable. Whenever in the history of South Africa....

Statement on the assasination of David Webster

Statement on the view of the assasination of Comrade Webster as part of the ongoing attempt to crush the freedom movement in the country.

Statement on week of National Mass Action against violence in Natal

Statement made after the war in natal that has cost the lives of over three thousand people, homeless people and misery and suffering brought to the millions of the people living there.

Statement presented to the Natal Indian Judicial Commission

Re: Falkirk Dispute.

Herewith copy of the resolution passed by the workers yesterday and copy of my letter to Mr. Fyfe. Both speak for themselves, will you please help to get the matter closed......

Statement released after discussions between the deputy minister of Planning

Statement released after discussions between the deputy minister of Planning Mr Andre Fourie and a United Democratic Front's delegation led by Mr P Molefi regarding buycott of rent and service charges.

Statement submitted by Natal Indian Association
Statement submitted by the Natal Indian Organisation to the Chairman and Members of the Judicial Commission appointed to enquire into the Durban Riots 1949

Statement submitted by the Natal Indian Organisation to the Chairman and Members of the Judicial Commission - 1949 Riots

STATEMENT SUBMITTED BY THE NATAL INDIAN ORGANISATION TO THf CHAIRMAN AI\lD MEMBFRS OF THE JUDICIAL COMMISSION APPOINTED TO ENQUIRE. INTO THE DURBAN RIOTS 19499TED T(1949)

The Indians of Durban are still bewildered and stunned by the convulsion of two weeks ago ”” one fierce burst of terror which lasted from Friday afternoon, January 14, to Saturday morning, January 15.

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