|Proposed joint statement on: call for national unity against apartheid and the emergency||
Statement regarding proposed joint statement on call for national unity against apartheid and the emergency as the state of emergency seeks to destroy the democratic organisations and thereby attempting to halt march to freedom
|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 rural organisations||
Statement by rural organisations as they attack Le Grange's law because it will be used to stop meeting of the youth, teargas, sjambok, kill people, detain people for no apparent reason, shoot people at random and strengthen apartheid.
|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.
|The declaration of the state of emergency||
Statement issued in response to the declaration of the state of emergency
|United Democratic Front statement on management committees||
Statement in preparations for the Management Committee elections as people are being flooded with pamphlets regarding the elections. Document incomplete.
|National Executive Committee statement for United Democratic Front news||
Statement from the National Executive Committee appreciating the achievements by the United Democratic Front since the launch, and thanking people for their response in boycotting the elections. First draft also included.
|United Democratic Front statement on Kinross mine disaster||
United Democratic Front statement on 177 mine workers who tragically lost their lives in a Kinross mine.
|United Democratic National Executive Committtee statement on Durban treason trial||
United Democratic National Executive Committtee statement on Durban treason trial.
|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.
|The abolishing of the Group Areas Act: A political milestone||
Statement regarding the abolishing of an Act that displaced approximately 630 000 people and reserved over 84% of the country's land for white people should be heralded as a major event.
|Why we organise||
Statement which explains why they organize and what does the term organisation means for them, methods of organisation and new conditions, new methods, same task and same approach.
|Press statement: Margaret Thatcher policy on South Africa||
Press statement regarding the Margaret Thatcher policy on South Africa.
|National statement on NZRFU decision to tour South Africa||
National statement on NZRFU decision to tour South Africa