|APDUSA Bulletin 3: Dont help sellouts to get R40 000 a year||
This pamphlet analysis and illustrates the results of the elections held in 1981, in which the government offered the SAIC to the Indian people. The liberatory movement introduced the Dont Vote Campaign and about 90% of the people boycotted the elections.
|APDUSA Bulletin 5: War on sellouts!||
In this pamphlet APDUSA expresses their concerns over the results of the elections on August 22 and 28 1984 ; as well as what the consequences will be of those that choose to vote in the elections.
|APDUSA Bulletin 6: A boot to lick!||
A cartoonists impression of a selected few candidates standing for election on August 22 and 28 1984.
|APDUSA Bulletin 7: A who's who of sellouts!||
In this pamphlet APDUSA wishes to round off its dont vote campaign by naming and giving a short description of those candidates standing for the elections on August 22 and 28 1984.
|APDUSA Bulletin 8: APDUSA salutes the people||
With the elections of the tricameral parliament now over, APDUSA expresses its satisfaction with the results. These results reflect an overwhelming rejection of the new constitution and shows that members proved their unity and support to the movement.
|April 1994 Elections.||
April 1994 Elections.
Ogwini Comp, School
|Ballot box or Pandora`s box?|
|Beware of Kriel's "new" NP||
Pamphlet about safety issues and violence published by the ANC for the 1994 elections.
|Beware the hot flushes of delusion|
|Brazil: a Workers` Party||
One of the main reasons for the fact that only four percent of Brazil's population voted for the Workers' Party was that the party was a new organisation and many people were not sure whether it would succeed.
|Campaign battles begin|
|Cape of great gloom|
|CC Resolution on Elections||
Resolutions of the Central Committee of the South African Communist Party on elections, on Angola, and on negotiations. Supports a single ANC electoral list and commits to ensure an ANC elections victory.
|Chapter eighteen: Namibia|
|Civil Rights News Letter, September 1961|
|Clearing a path through voter confusion|