|Schools - action against the elections|
|Election days are reviewed|
|National Forum Workshop|
|The Congo (III): after independence|
|Political trends in Kenya|
|Southern Rhodesia elects|
|Algeria and De Gaulle|
|The Kenya question mark|
|Rider and horse in Northern Rhodesia|
|Minority rights in Kenya|
|Africa and the British electorate|
|The Referendum and after|
|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.
|The 1988 Municipal Elections||
Article on the 1988 municipal elections. It discusses the background information on what these elections will involve and why they are being held. Local Government in South Africa is also discussed.
|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 .
|An approach to the Democratic party||
This article argues that the Democratic Party is a significant force over which the MDM can gain access and influence and the Democratic Partys election strategy and its decision over participation in the coloured and Indian houses remains an explosive situation. Incomplete document.
|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.
An article stating the approach to the municipal elections which was determined by the state of the organisation, the mood of the masses and the strengths and weaknesses of the regime and the campaign against the municipal elections was not the only one facing the mass democratic movement.