AFRICAN NATIONAL CONGRESS
|Organise and advance to people's power||
Internal ANC paper, declaring 1987 the year of Advance to People's Power, which involves mass action, underground political work, armed struggle and international isolation of the Apartheid regime.
|"Power-sharing" Apartheid style: a critical analysis of the Botha regime's current political strategy||
Paper on power-sharing and the apartheid government from the Centre for African Studies in Maputo, Mozambique. Argues that it is projecting a reformist image.
|Constitutional guideline for a democratic South Africa||
Draft of Constitutional guideline for a democratic South Africa from the African National Congress Constitutional Committee.
|Cultural considerations for a democratic South African Constitution||
Paper produced by the ANC Department of Arts and Culture from an in-house seminar on Constitutional guidelines for a democratic South Africa, held in Lusaka, Zambia.
|The role of business in South Africa's future||
African National Congress view on the role of business in South Africa's future. Presented to the ANC's Five Freedoms Forum.
|ANC Discussion Paper on the issue of negotiations||
ANC Discussion Paper on the issue of negotiations. Argues that negotiated resolution of the South African question is urgent.
|Position paper on the cultural and academic boycott||
ANC position paper on the cultural and academic boycott, adopted by the National Executive Committee in May, 1989 in Lusaka, Zambia.
|ANC lines up a new constitution for South Africa||
South Africa declares that the elimanation of apartheid and the creation of a truly just and democratic South Africa requires a constitution based on various principles eg. state, franchise, national identity etc.
|Politics and the armed struggle: the revolutionary army||
Paper delivered by Ronnie Kasrils on Umkhonto we Sizwe. Outlines the army's basic positions and the consequences and tasks which flow from them.
|State of organisation and the way forward||
Paper by John Motshabi on the state of the African National Congress and the way forward. Covers military strategy, enemy infiltration, programme of action, democratic participation, negotiations and seizure of power, building a revolutionary army, cadre policy.
|Politics and the army||
Paper delivered by Steve Tshwete to the African National Congress Department of Political Education Workshop in Lusaka, 23-28 February, 1988. Outlines the role of Umkhonto we Sizwe.
|Draft proposals for a new strategy of the ANC of South Africa April 1971||
Draft proposals for a new strategy for the African National Congress in South Africa.
|Submission on the question of foreign investment in South Africa||
This is the article about the submission on the question of foreign investment in South Africa submitted to Swedish Commission on November 30, 1977.
|Planning for peoples war discussion document||
Discussion document on planning for a peoples war. Covers the armed struggle, people's revolutionary violence, uprisings in the Bantustans, the enemy armed forces and arming the people.
|Sharpeville 21 March 1960||
Article regarding the Sharpeville 21 March 1960. 5 000 people gathered at the Sharpeville police station near Johannesburg to start the Pan Africanist Congress campaign as a result 69 people lay dead 180 were wounded.
|A reply to J G Matthews' article: Africans and Non-European Unity||
I B Tabata's reply to an article by J G Matthews, of the African National Congress Youth League, on Africans and Non-European Unity. Published in Inkundla Ya Bantu, 22 October 1949.
|United Democratic Front affiliates called upon to intensify campaign to unban the African National Congress||
United Democratic Front affiliates called upon to intensify campaign to unban the African National Congress.
|Racialism in non-racial elections!|
Unauthored paper reconsidering broad strategy and tactics within the African National Congress.
|Suggested tactics and strategy in the mobilisation and organisation of Africans for the Revolution||
Unauthored paper on mobilising and organising Africans for a revolution. Examines the African working class, churches and the Bantustans.