|Obstacles to free and fair elections in Namibia||
UN Resolution 435, which provided for free and fair elections in Namibia, was implemented on 1 April 1989. A Special Representative of the UN Secretary General and a UN Transition Assistance Group (UNTAG) were responsible for the supervision and control of this process .
|October 26: is it free and fair?|
|On the White Elections||
Article by the United Democratic Front regarding the whites only elections.The Front calls on South Africans, especially white compatriots to reject the elections.
|Opening Address presented at the Black Sash National Conference held at Johannesburg, 1984||
Opening Address by National President Sheena Duncan at the Black Sash National Conference held at Johannesburg on 15 March 1984, discussing: Elections, Group Areas Act, Reform, Apartheid.
|Our position on the October municipal elections|
|Our view of the 'whites-only' election results|
|Overview of Hofmeyr's life|
|Pastoral letter of the Southern African Catholic Bishops Conference : the municipal elections of October 26, 1988||
Letter of the President and members of the Southern African Catholic Bishops Conference regarding the municipal elections of October 26, 1988.
|Perfect poll pulled off by a battered, patient people|
|PFP cannot be trusted|
|Pirates and prior votes|
|Political trends in Kenya|
|Poll watchers hail from near and far|
|Presidents tour of Natal Midlands|
|Quizzing the candidates|
|Racialism in non-racial elections!|
|Regse prentjie nie so duister nie?|
|Report of a meeting with Prof. Willem Kleynhans||
Handwritten report of a meeting between representatives of the African National Congress and Professor Willem Kleynhans of the University of South Africa to discuss the professor's concern about the ANC's lack of organisational skills for the process of elections and for becoming a fully fledged