|The Election of a government|
|The fraudulent elections of 6 May '87|
|The free, fair and festive election in Namibia: contrast and irony|
|The General Election|
|The general elections - what do they hold in store for black workers?|
|The hypocrisy of the English press|
|The Johannesburg Municipal elections|
|The Kenya question mark|
|The labour movement after the elections: taking stock|
|The Lesson of the Transkei|
|The Natal elections|
|The New African: Volume 1, Number 12, December 1962|
|The New African: Volume 4, Number 2, April 1965|
|The New Constitution - The Elections of 1984||
During August 1984 Coloureds and Indians who are registered voters will have the opportunity to elect men and women from amongst their own people to represent them in the new Parliament and Government of South Africa.
|The occupation of the British Consulate in Durban, the Anderson visit and the role of the United Democratic Front in the international struggle against apartheid||
Discussion paper by the United Democratic Front on its stand regarding the international struggle against apartheid, the British Consulate occupation and the Anderson visit.
|The people say no to House of Delegates|
|The position of the Democratic Movement on participation in institutions of minority rule in the oppressed communities||
Article outlining the position of the Democratic Movement on participation in institutions of minority rule in the oppressed communities.
|The Referendum and after|
|The role of Parliament and Parliamentary Opposition||
ANC paper that outlines the organisation's view of the apartheid era Tricameral Parliament.
|The S. W..A. / Namibia Election|