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Mayibuye Volume 4 Number 1 February 1993

Mayibuye, journal of the African National Congress

ANC Today

* Letter from the President: The AU determined to accelerate African renewal
* Irish peace process: Best wishes to the Irish people: Build the Peace!

ANC Today - Volume 6, No. 18. 12 -18 May 2006

Letter from the President: An African prayer for peace

Rule of law: Democratic institutions on a firm footing

What the media says: The difference between appearance and reality

Towards Robben Island

From Protest to Challenge. A Documentary History of South African Politics in South Africa, 1882-1964. Volume 3, Challenge and Violence, 1953-1964, pp. 673-684, by Thomas Karis and Gail M. Gerhart, Hoover Institution Press, 1977.

Statement at a Press Conference in Dar Es Salaam on the sentences in the Rivonia Trial / OR Tambo.

Nelson Mandela, Walter Sisulu, Govan Mbeki, Ahmed Kathrada, Raymond Mhlaba, Andrew Mlangeni, Denis Goldberg and Elias Motsoaledi were today sentenced to life imprisonment in the Rivonia trial which since last year, has been the focal point of world attention.

 

Speech by AM Katharada at meeting of People's Defence Committee Held After Arrests of Leaders On Charges of High Treason, December,1956

They say our leaders are in for Treason; like Mr. Harmel I am not a lawyer, I do not know what Treason is. I came here this morning together with you to send a message to our leaders, that the people of South Africa are still with them.

Rivonia: Telling It As It Was

This month, Nelson Mandela celebrates his 70th birthday. July 1988 also marks the 25th anniversary of the Rivonia arrests.

On The Rivonia Trial: Statement by Chief Luthuli on the sentencing of Nelson Mandela and 6 others to life imprisoment.

Sentences of life imprisonment have been pronounced on Nelson Mandela, Walter Sisulu, Ahmed Kathrada,
Govan Mbeki, Dennis Goldberg, Raymond Mhlaba, Elias Motsoaledi and Andrew Mlangeni in the "Rivonia
trial" in Pretoria.

Nelson Mandela's Testimony At the Treason Trial, 1956-1960

In response to the growing unity and strength of the Congress Movement as a united front following the adoption of the Freedom Charter, the government arrested 156 political leaders in a mass police swoop on 5 December 1956 and charged them with high treason, a grave charge carrying the death pen

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