Statements

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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

Press statement

Press statement where Valli Moosa welcomed the return of Rev Frank Chikane and how he has been a subject of detention without trial and assassination.

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.

Five years of the United Democratic Front

Public statement for the United Democratic Front from 20 August 1983 to 20 August 1988 regarding its achievements over the five years.

United Democratic Front protests banning

Press statement regarding the United Democratic Front protesting the banning and restricting of activities of their open and peaceful organisations.

Message to the people in Bophuthatswana and other Bantustans from the United Democratic Front

Press statement calling on all the people who are trapped inside bantustans to unite and participate actively to end the circus shows staged by the bantustan chiefs and their armed gangs.

United Democratic Front challenges PW Botha on opening of parliament

United Democratic Front challenges PW Botha on opening of parliament

United Democratic Front condemns South African Government intervention in Angola.

Press statement about South African Government intervention in Angola.

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

The United Deocratic Front and repression-January 1985 to April 1986

Statement on the United Democratic Front and repression during the period January 1985-April 1986.

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 by trade union organisations

Statement by trade union organisations as they warns the government that if it passes Le Grange's Bill it will be declaring war on Congress of South African Trade Union and all democratic organisations

Legalized Lawlessness : The public safety amendment bill

Statement regarding the abolition of pass laws in attempt to find a peaceful solution to the country's problems.

Press statement on the release of the Sharpeville Six

Press statement regarding the release of the Sharpeville Six as they calls on State President to exercise his presidential pregotative to save the lives of the Sharpeville Six who are now facing the death sentence appeal.

Press statement on Bisca Marshall plan

Press statement regarding response on Bisca Marshall Plan as they do not believe that the plan is motivated by a genuine concern for the plight of black people in South Africa.

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.

Why Management Committees should be totally rejected

Statement on why Management Committees should be totally rejected, Management committees are footless as government created bodies who have the final say in vital issues.

Call for peace

Statement calling for peace as the past years was characterised by the most brutal violence unleashed agaisnt people as all peace-loving South Africans are still deeply touched by the carnage that gripped the country.

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.

United Democratic Front/African National Congress/COSATU press statement

Press statement issued by the United Democratic Front, African National Congress and Congress of South African Trade Unions regarding the township's violence which started on July 22 1990.

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