|Discussions between the South African and American delegations on matters concerning Southern Africa: Vienna 19 and 20 May 1977|
|Verbatim Minutes: Meeting 27, 28 and 29 April 1977, Cape Town||
Minutes of a meeting between representatives of the South African Government and Ambassadors and other representatives from Canada, United States of America, France, United Kingdom and Germany to discuss a negotiated settlement to achieve Namibian independence
|Verbatim Minutes: Meeting, Cape Town, 7th April 1977||
Minutes of an international meeting with the South African Prime Minister, Minister of Foreign Affairs and the Ambassadors of Canada, France, Federal Republic of Germany, United Kingdom and United States of America to discuss the independence of Namibia by way of an internationally acceptable set
|Memos for meetings of ComAfrica's Delegation||
Memoranda for meetings of ComAfrica's Delegation with National Executive members and comrade deputy president, Department of International Affairs, Department of Arts and Culture and the Department of Education.
|Korttermynstrategie vir Zimbabwe-Rhodesië||
Appendix D: Memorandum about the South African government's short term national strategy for Zimbabwe, including task lists
|Memorandum on BPC external affairs programme||
Memorandum from Thami Zani to Ranwedzi Harry Nengwekhulu following on the fifth congress of the BPC held on the 28-30 January 1977 in Durban where a commission was appointed to look into BPC foreign policy and the growing number of supporters of Black Consciousness who find themselves as refugees
|Military and socio-political situation in Mocambique and Angola||
Memorandum giving an overview of the political situation in Mozambique and Angola during 1972, with particular reference to terrorist activity.
|Mosambiek: Die huidige stand MBT moontlike onderhandelinge tussen RENAMO en FRELIMO||
Memorandum, written in Afrikaans, outling the situation in Mozambique with regard to FRELIMO and RENAMO
|Fifth Summit Conference of East and Central African States: Manifesto on Southern Africa||
The Lusaka Manifesto, with a letter from the Representative of the Republic of Zambia requesting the Manifesto be circulated as an official document of the United Nations Security Council
|Memorandum submitted by the delegation of the African National Congress of South Africa to the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Cuba||
Memorandum sent by the African National Congress to the Communist Party and Government of Cuba, requesting financial support for the struggle for liberation in South Africa
|Letter from Chester A Crocker to the Honourable R F Botha||
Letter from Chester Crocker to the South African Minister of Foreign Affairs, Pik Botha, on the continuing negotiations for the withdrawal of Cuban troops from Angola
|Letter from Chester A Crocker to Mr Minister||
Letter from Chester Crocker questioning the announcement by the Administrator-General in Namibia that SWAPO gueriillas returning to Angola will be thoroughly interrogated about their activities and knowledge of possible arms caches.
|Letter from P W Botha, State President of the Republic of South Africa to His Excellency Dr K D Kaunda, President of the Republic of Zambia||
Letter from the State President of South African to the President of Zambia, requesting that he assist in the transition process by pressurising SWAPO to withdraw all armed forces from Namibia
|Letter from the South African Embassy, Paris, to the Secretary for Foreign Affairs, Cape Town||
Letter, written in Afrikaans, from the South African Embassy in France to the Department of Foreign Affairs, South Africa, regarding President Samora Machel's request for increased Cuban troops in Mozambique.
|Letter from R F Botha, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Information, to the Honourable Alexander M Haig Jr, Secretary of State, Washington DC||
Letter from Pik Botha to Alexander Haig regarding the independence of Namibia in the context of international relations, stabilisation of the southern African region and the exclusion of Soviet forces.
|Letter from R F Botha, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Information, to the Honourable Alexander M Haig, Secretary of State, United States of America||
Letter from Pik Botha, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Information, to US Secretary of State, Alexander Haig, regarding the Ottawa Summit statement on terrorism. Includes prior correspondence.
|Letter from Alexander M Haig Jr to the Honourable R F Botha, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Information, South Africa||
Letter from US Secretary of State, Alexander Haig, to Pik Botha, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Information, regarding a schedule for the withdrawal of Cuban troops coordinated with transnational security arrangements in Namibia.
|Letter from R F Botha, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Information, to the Honourable Alexander M Haig Jr, Secretary of State, United States of America||
Letter from Pik Botha, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Information, to US Secretary of State, Alexander M Haig, regarding relations between South Africa and Zimbabwe.
|Letter from R F Botha to The Honourable Alexander H Haig Jr, Secretary of State, United States of America||
Letter from Pik Botha, Minister of Foreign Affairs, to Alexander M Haig, US Secretary of State, regarding Cuban withdrawal of troops from Angola.
|Letter from R F Botha, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Information, to Alexander M Haig||
Letter from Pik Botha, Minster of Foreign Affairs, to US Secretary of State, Alexander Haig regarding the meeting of Contact Group Foreign Ministers held in Luxembourg on 17 May 1982 in relation to Southern African policy. Includes prior correspondence.