CONSTITUTIONS

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Searchlight on the Liberal Party
Segregation in the United States
Self rule in the Transkei: a monstrous fraud

The Bantu Authorities in Transkei have accepted a constitution, which the Unity Movement is unhappy about; to which this document ensures continued domination of the Transkei by the Republic of South Africa.

Swaziland's road to danger

The present constitution for Swaziland can be said to be a tragic parting gift from Britain.

The "constitutional" fallacy
The Black Sash National Conference presidential Address held at Cape Town, 1991

Opening Address by National President Mary Burton at the Black Sash National Conference held at Cape Town on 1 March 1991, discussing: Reconstruction, dismantling Apartheid, violence, making of a constitution, Bill of Rights, access to land.

The changing face of apartheid
The Congo (III): after independence
The Constitution in Flux: Natal's Present Position
The Constitutional Proposals and South African Stability
The Election of a government
The future of the Federation
The President's Council

Statement by the ANC Regional Command Headquarters on P W Botha's plan for a new constitution. Points out that the plan totally excludes the African majority.

The Proposed South African Constitution A (Westminster) Pig in a (Pretoria) Poke?
The reluctant republicans
The SAIC accepts new constitution
The Salisbury talks
TIC coments on the ANC's constitutional guidelines
Transkei self-government - To the Right of "Neo-Colonialism"

Opponents of the government's policy for the Transkei tend to divide into two camps.

United Democratic Front may cause a bigger stir later on

Article discussing: affidavits on police brutality, the PFP's attempt at a bill of Rights to the forming of the United Democratic Front and Dr Perez de Cuella's visit to South Africa

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