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Federalism In South Africa

A contingency model for constitutional development in South Africa is presented. Federalism is superior to unitarism in resolving South Africa's constitutional dilemma. However, neither federation nor confederation are considered appropriate.

Ethical Transformation: ANC Statement on the Moral Renewal of the Nation
Ernie Wentzel
Encounter with Brazil

EdThe General Assembly, in its resolution 2060 (XX) requested the Secretary-General to organize an international seminar on apartheid in 1966 under the programme of advisory services in the field of human rights.

Emergent themes in South African propoganda

Briefing notes to the Commonwealth Committee on South African propaganda and censorship regarding South African Government propaganda and necessary responses.

Election 94 Voter Workshop
Editorials: The Emergency
Editorial: Apartheid in crisis
Editorial note for Hofmeyr biography
Editorial comment: Death to the apartheid monster!
E-mail from Phyllis Naidoo to David Gonzalez

Its 7pm, and therefore its midday in Cuba. I follow you with my clock. Always 7 hours behind. Then why did I wake you up this morning probably around 5am. I know simply because I get up early and I am impatient for you to wake up to welcome the day.

Durban's beachfront "calamity"
Durban Workers Demonstrate

Workers Demonstrate

Dr John Philip
DR GM Naicker President of the SAIC

Dr GM Naicker played a key role in planning a mass civil disobedience movement. The initiative was taken by the ANC and the PAC which called on Africans to revolt against the carrying of passes.

Dr Bernard Friedman
Don`t call me madam
Don't Vote In SAIC Elections, Say Top Leaders / Staff Reporter, 1979

South African Indian Council

Documents of the ANC Conference "Peoples of the World United Against Apartheid for a Democratic South Africa": Arusha, Tanzania, 1-4 December 1987
Document 58. Address on Behalf of the Graduating Class at Fort Hare College, delivered at the "Completers' Social,,. by M. R. Sobukwe, October 21, 1949


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